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-2. The Central Record, Thursday, February 8, 1917. IE )! INSECTS IN STORED QRAIN. rnfl'on lilsulphlilp used nt I hi! ,cf rate of live tti right miiiIs to 1.CKK1 -ul' fut tit "piK-n Ii reo iiinineliiliil by the tlliln rt,"Tl" incllt Million fur I lie ili'MNICtlnll iif nil InvTlf In nlonil Rrnln. I In- cm lii Win miiiiiM lx mr iu and tin- li'inTnliiri' nlmw "o n grii'i. Ilurlnp ruirki or cotton S- minle Kitnriitcl wllli the 1 1 1 1 1 ) I I .J ttmy be thru! lilt" lln tniln, nr tin1 iN.ilcrl.il may Ih m mi r I Into a short Hcll'iiinf l( k iitncicvil nt t oni' oii'l hiiiI rfnriitiil iiLmi,' the I i .i. it- side. Tin" mrl'im lilnilpliMi' limy ii In) In- .iiniMil otcr thn grain j with n pump UimiikIi ii Kimill I i . iipenln:; In the Mile of I Ik Mil. The fiiriiinhni of ii en, wlilcli Is , ir hi-nlrr limn nlr nti'l i-ltlrs down h tlirinsll (In- grnlli. klllt nil the wii-vlli within tlilit l hours. WINTERING IDLE HORSES. Frtding Should Bt Light, nd Thty 1 Should Nat 0 Confined to Dtrn. At tliU lime of the )cnr irnrllinlly nil tin' liciny wotk on most furinn Inn Urn llnlilicil mill the 1hipi-s urn more r hi!)', m Heller Cnnulm;. Since lillc lincci Khi' tin ictlirii In In l,iir performed lln feiilliu: sliouM 1k iih ivoiiinnlcnl n niIIiIp. uii.1 pruper .lire nlmillil lx Iskrn of tlic iiiilmnl In lonler llmt llicy inny be In lit, Iw-t ii- Mlir (iiiiillllon for wink In Hie curly pi inc. lnr-c iliotilil not l'i' c-nnfliii-il In l ln Imrn during the winter on n llhenil supply of grain. It I far litter to nmsh Iheui throiisli tln'colil mtit It-". Tlii-y should ! Klien the run of the nnl or lei tlmlm: the ilny i in stimuli ! irnrhlnl with ii pintnliil nlinl, one tlmt N UiorotiElily ilry mill will I'M tuleil With Ixilillnc While linllire ili h r part iiiul pn-liN-ii tl.e horse with I Si In m y .nut uf Imlr during tin I ni l .ii'.nth. the liiil I nrii'unrv 111 rli r to ntTonl ihe inri-.iiiiry shelter sinU prutci il"ii agaliit rains nml cM aw mil Winter ivlli.li collie tiioMI'. r in 'tic nnrtti nml niirthwct. nml l'i In. I slnitilil l- IIiihIihI nml i'iiii -irktcil a to sl the pro'icr pnitii il.in from ihl ipiarter III the fii'ililu' of I. lie hur-i'i the lileli prlccil fciiN liiiul l he nvnliliil In onlcr l.cc tlieiii In iri-r conilltlon nt the uw- cot It hill Ihi-ii follllil tlmt .-Tie Imrsot tin iry in-1 on n winter fcil coiiiMIiii: -if nil the liny, on I trau. coniitnlk-i or i-ori;liuiu they will . iiliiilliie. vii Hut little irrnln U nece -iry. Iilii-ni'Ki nlit permit", of n more lhoroiii;h iiiiistlcntliui of Ihe (ml, thn tiiiurliij! proper illci-ll"ii Tnnii lt to clk-ht wii-ki U-foie Ihe "tpiins wot It I tiiriol the hure .tinu'.if l-e put nt Hk'ht wink nml tnrtci 1.11 n tiiiill cruln rnll'in In onlcr Unit ihcy inuy he In proper lotiillllon fur tin work n-iiulrvil of them The cruln in Ilyn limy then N- cruilimlly lncri-niil V. n 1 1 1 the ri-Ktitnr iillnnnme Iiiii l-crn r i-uihcil for the worUIni; n'Unnii. Jf fironlnir coltt require mmlilcrnlile Mlclii. They ulinillil l-e m fill n to icciir' proper ile(cli'piiiciit nml nt n ,5 1 iiilnliiiuin iii-I lioiiuli fccil, Mich ti rlmn tnlxcil liny, nlfnlfn orclncr. uiu ' r.,t nlntit Ultti m fiililiirn tt tit-tin -1 vl ont nml mm 9 ill Knifo For Poultry Killing. The i-oimmiii Lnlvci iimiI for Lllllns Imiillry nre very often ton hronil or too tons to lili-iil ntiil l-riiln the fowN pro crly. An Men I knife In uniiiU with n mi r rim- Mnile. It N of Iho hcut .led nml the Miulc anil linmlle lire prefer nhly In one pli-oe. The nminuin) IliK Iruwlm; nlion-i a hoiiieninile knife hlch aniwcrn II'm comlltlou nml - . ."iiwawt1, nhlcli can he niuile hy Ihe nlil of nil emery wheel or RrlniNtoue nml o,l i-tone. Tnklin; un cldit Inch tint Ilic, the l;.in lie It llrnt urouml olT. The hhule i Mm -cd fiom the Hinull elul of the tile. Ih'Iii innilit Inn Inche-i loitir hy om iimitcr Inch utile, uml oneelKlith inch thick lit the hack. The cum In intikc the IkiIiiI kUih- Ii mil the liiuk iIiimii ivtiril. As 111)-.-, me of cum I hlin-l. Illi knife usually keeps n hharp eil-e. CnollKli ioiikIiiicss N left on the hull-He to prevent the knife sllpplni; In Ihe haiiil ot the killer. IN entile lenu'th I l u ml tlini'-ipi.'irtcr to mm-ii liiche - American Agriculturist. Oatt Not a Hog Feed. llniM f c I ii ration eoiinlstlui: of oat Hinl tiitiktiKe imiile slouer liuiiis- nml le iillrcil inure feci per pnimil of caln I linn those u'Mn cmii iiu-l t.-inktiiii- In fii-ilini: tests nt the lililo cs'riinenl fltUIon. The use of onls Is prolltuhlt' only when Ihe cialu Is inneli lower In ptiiv than ci i.n. One lot fisl iilo puis of corn to one t'l tunkiife j; i il one uml tlinv fiitirlhs luiiiii Is a it.-y iiiul lite l"M Ki!iiils of fdil for iik) pinnnH of kiiIii, while iinother lot liil 0.1I1 nml tankage iu the Mine priinrtlon pilm-il only a imiiml uplts-e ilally uml riipilrcil TiTl Imiiiis of fccil for I'H) ihiiiiiiU pi In. I'epri'M-ututlve lings of Hie two lotn ilresM-il NJt nml 7H.1 -r ci-nt, resieo tlvely, wlilcli nloiii'. If t'-ii- irn fcil lii)g were wurlh $10 t UK) poiiiuN of live nclk'ht, woiilil kIw the outs fol hoy a lulue of only $.MS In i'ouiiiirlsou. Tim Hrk from the corn fisl hn con talinsl a larp-r iiiiioiint ot fat than that fro-n the oats feil Inc. Ilccnuae of Iho course, tlhrouH natum nt 011 Is, tinlinal hutjlianilracii oilvlw m i;u luttt tlio fi-cilliiR ot thin uraln to luci I'K-rpt In mnall quanUlles and tln-n only wbfii oati are cheap. GROWERS TOBACCO WAREHOUSE GO. J. MORGAN GENTRY, Owner and Proprietor. Mondays Sale 71,650 pounds, Average $2120 Highest Average of the Season For This Amount. Another Record Was Made When One Basket from Land Poe, of Fayette County Brought $51.00 l.tinil Ac l'i- Iluirinnn A: Slinll, lluirinnn it tmry . Siuiren & Dickson llientt Ailtitns. . . . Avi ans ri.ir. .:mti 'um 2510 21.711 21ir. 29in 2c.r. IlilTner & llolmnn. . . Wilmott & Carter .... O. II. West W. M. Ilatcmnn Swope & Mnys I.hs Avr 11.15 $22. C." . .. 2095 22.07 . .. 1700 22.45 0570 2H.01 . . 27H5 20.50 Levi & Stone .... (entry & llarker .. Karl Slirmiahire (jomlwin & Simpson It. G. Goodwin I.hs Avr . . 3U50 $20.20 ...2720 20.CO . 1620 20.00 ...1545 21.95 ... 1755 22.42 GEORGE PARKER. J. MORGAN GENTRY. B. P. ANDERSON Kin Folks And Friends! nusi KT.''v': . -? 2-vr;r.,K-si3' I'.'-i-a -1 -W.kt - O --IV.V 7 t , xf IjTA -1- W m ss mum. ',. w Sma4 MX.-'?? J 'A - 'Slid aWMk I have ten fingers and ten toes. I can count that much, but I just can't count all my good friends down South here they are far too many. And I'm mighty proud of them. The men who make me, say you can tell real quality by the com pany one keeps. Blood will tell. A good name and good breeding count most of all. And that same, I reckon, applies to cigarettes, too. More and more gentlemen of the South are smok ing me, SOVEREIGN, every day, because they know I come m good old Virginia and Carolina stock the finest, grandest stock in all the world. Quality is the thing, friend you can't deny it. And I stand for Quality. You Folks of the South KNOW good blood! You Folks of the South KNOW good tobacco! .That's why I am so loved among you all down here. So I am proud to say JJ I am guaranteed by '''J- -Buy me. If you dont H'w sac return me to your dealer and gel your money back. I have sard il. A Southern gentleman is known the world over for keeping his word, and I have given you mine. Sovereign Cigarettes FOB THE GENTLEMAN OF THE SOUTH "JCiMup o fjffi&m' CLC& 125 ACRE BLUE- GRASS FARM. N'o, It 125 Here farm nil in uras. 1() acres nceil plowing for corn, tolmccn or hemp; has i room ilwi-llintr, ilamly stock harn.well watered nml under new fence. This farm is situnted in walking ills tHnce of graded school unit churches. I .it us rhow you this one nt $n0. Call on or Address THE THOMAS REAL ESTATE AGENCY. Lancaster, Ky. FOR SALE AND RENT Properly Listed In This Column. No. 5. Is n suhurhan tract of 133 ncres situated on main pike with build ing site for dwelling right nt the city limits-citv water and lights installed, most of this farm in grass. This farm will produce the variety of crops usual to the best lands in this county. This tract has one large splendidly construct ed stock barn, one S acre newly con structed tobacco barrr. Farm well fenced and watered. This tract has RENT Cottages on it, always tented, that produce a rental equal to the aver age income on a $5000 investment. Trice $20,700. $5,700 cash and balance i in equnl payments due in 2, !1 anil 4 taia. liuy this tor a home and live ; convenient and accessible to the advan i tages of one of the best small cities ! anywhere. No. C. Is a tract of 70 acres; has all the improvements of tract No. 5 and is priced at $12,2.7) and is worth the mon ey. Terms $1250 cash and balance in ( equal payments maturing in 2, U and II years. No. 8. Is one of the most attractive, substantial, and convenient suburban . homes in the city a two story dwelling I of ten rooms, including balls and pan tries, all requirements in out buildings, lights and water: has several acres suitable for building lots. We will trade this handsome city dwelling and ncrage in on a good farm. If you wish to retire from the farm you should know about this one. No. U. Is a bargain, 170 acres 3 mil es from Lancaster, right on turnpike, has two dwellings and two good barns. This farm will produce hemp and to bacco, about one half in grass, price $100 per acre. 10. Is a two story dwelling, situated in the city limits, large size lot, in good locality. The dwelling. is newly built, in splendid condition and attractive; all the city conveniences, water, lights, sidewalks. The owner leaving city and will take $2500. No. 11. City l'ropcrty Dwelling, 7 rooms and cellar, situated on beautiful Richmond street, large lot and has all conveniences including garage and barn. No. 12. Five room dwelling, modern, good barn, large lot fronting on Lex ington St., cheap at $2500. No. 13. Building Lots Under this No. we oiler you attractive single and double building lots, splendid location, over .TOO feet deep, $450 to $900, capable of water and light connections. The Thomas Real Estate Ageny. D. A. Thomas. Mgr. Office Record Illdg. Lancaster, Ky Time for Silence. The mother uf little .luck remarked tlmt she must write to grnudiua. Jack offered to do this for her. So mother snlil lu would Ho ilmvn uml take u nap. Noticing how quiet Jack was, i.lu asked lit til If he bad tlnlxheil Ms let ter. Ills reply wiw, sli. mother, you will wake yourself up." HUNTERS TAKE NOTICE. This Agreement Witnesseth; That in order to protect tho game on our lands for a period of three years we bind ourselves not to hunt thereon, nor permit anybody else to do so, and we further agree to prosecute with dili goucu all persons who violate the game laws of Kentucky or trespass upon our lands for the purpose of hunting. And we further agree to act as Deputy (Iiiine Wardens for the purpose of ear ning out this agreement. Except each uf us have the right to kill rabbits un uur .'arms or permit it to be done by another under our biijH rviniuii, or the nupervisio'i uf some responsible and reliable person selec'i-d by US. This November 15th, UM5. R. L. Eikin, J. K. Robinson, Inn M. I'arni, W. II. llrown, W. It. llurton, Alex Walker, lljM-lilen llros.. T. A. Klkin, J. II. Daltun, F. M. Tinder. John II. Smith, Logun Hubble, .1. N. Ross, (!. M. Drslion. Fisher Herring, II. II. Cox, Hughes llros, J. W, Sweeney. Withers llros, W. M. Mali mi, William, Marcus and Jim White. II. F. Wilmot, J. D. l'ope. Frid J. Conn, Mrs. David Chenault, J. V. F.lmore, W. R. Cook, T. C. Rankin, Huffman llros, Sam Cotton, Wm. G, Anderson. T. M. Arnold. Jr. W. 11. Moss R. K. Henry. J no. M. White, A. D. llradshaw, Uright Herring. It. L. llarker. Scott Huffman Win. and Lizzie Onstott.