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The Central RfcorH. Thursday, February 8, 1917.
farmer's column! M frfloir III hmtinitH foi me esehe )f n of otirnimcf iil.ctltir.inl l ! anlr of stofi, nam auA tiich Ihltis" on t.rm the Utrarr rmilmt sflunl to s.lvsr tlr No nMIr will be screr-tnl otrr lour liw.. .u.l will twenty In "o lne. of th .coin, free of efin'tf Wanted :w ha'e good clover May. (!. A. Swint'liroml. Kor Sale-Ten UW U shoot. 2.1. It. II. Ward. Kor Sa!e:-18 slnmts. weight about 75 pounds. Bright Herring. For Sale-14 well-broken. G-year-old work mules. S. Morgan. Kor Sale-13 well-broken, 4 year-old work mules. J. (X Morgan. Kor Sale; One pair good horses, eith. er single or double, will null cheap if old at once. K. II. Uronaugh, 2.1.3t. Crab Orchard Ky. Mr. John Cress, of Preachersvllle, has lortj extra lint- sheep for snle, also u choice lot of stock hjg. H. B. Cox bought a nice pair of mare mules of G. A. Swinebrua l for whicn he paid WOO. Kor Sale:-Jersey cow with first calf, fresh anil promising milker. Mrs. Ida Tinsley. Kor Sa!e:-Twenty-tWe two yenr old mules. Will sell one or by the pair. W. S. Carrier. II. C. Sutton bought year old mules of (5. for $400. a pair of five A. Swim-broad W. H. Hurtnn bought 11! mules nl Richmond lait Monday, from various parties, for which lie pjid an average of ilOT. He repirts a s.usil crowd lint trade good in the mule line. FOR SALE: Ky. Red Berkshire Roars, White Rock Roosters, While Upland Ooblers and tour hemp brakes- J. 0. Ilurnsidi-. I'hnne 37S-K. KELLY TOBACCO SEED. Beware of Imitations. Other seed is being sold under their names. The genuine improved "Standing Up" Bur ley Tobaccs Seed raised by B. L. Kelly and Sons, can be procured only from tile, raiser and is not genuine unless put ud in packages bearing a fac-simile of their signature. Application is now pending in the U. S. Patent Ollice for the registration of their signature as a trade mark and all infringements will be prosecuted. Seed picked from best selected pods, produced by champion Burley tobacco growers ot Kentucky lor the past 3 rear. Price f 1. per ounce. Send all mail ' B. L. KELLY & SONS. R. F. D. No. 1, Lancaster, Ky Stearns. The Ultimate Car. America's first Knight Motor Car. The Car For Luxury. Pride and Service. If interested, write or plume Ed. C. Benckendoi f WUMORE, KY. According to Growth. Freddie was told by his father to Mini out the prices of seats for the circus. Freddie mkhi returned, breathless fioiu haste, and iinnouncfd: "Tweiitydlvo cents for children, uuil llfty cetiis lor overgrown people." Peculiar Tribal Cuctoms. Iu the Kasteru Ai'ihlpelupi main doctors In certain tribe" went' fiunile dress, and the woumii doctors In other tribes nrrnj themseltes us meli. There are villages, ugaln, where both u male arid u female doctor may be found, mid In other places woiiian doctors lire for bidden to marry, und form Hiucthln Iu the ualuro of n sisterhood. POSTED The undersigned hereby g've warn ing to all persona not to trespass upon our lands tor any puriose whatever as we will prosecute all olfenders to ful Int extent of 0- law. Hunters and. Klshermen especially take notice. Kd & N U Price It. L. Klkin II. C. Arnold. J. C. Itigsb Mrs. K. L. Frazee .liilm 'I'stuin. K U Arnol 1. T U. Sla-iu. Wo will itdd otht't names for lijcent ciihh. DAIRY AND CREAMERY PURE BRED COW BEST. Under Similar Conditions Sha It Mora Profitable Than the Grade. 1 contend that the pure bred cow on the nverngo "III do anything that the grade cow on the nvcrnge will do-and something more, wrltei It. I'.. 1 1 11 1 c Lit ti son tn the Ilural New Yorker. The nvcrnge production of the dairy cows of the United State Is approxi mately 1 iHiunds of fnt per annum. On the coutrnry, the average produc tion of ll.llKi puro hrol cows tested to Jan. 1, 1010, Is -tr.0 pounds fat. Which pulled down the average the grade cow or the pure bred? The answer Is obvious. The simple fact that It is possible to quote accurate figure In giving the Sophie's Adora, the cow here lec tured, went on test at one day owr four yearn of agt, and In the fnt toning 33 dai prmluml U,S5i2 pounds of milk containing vs.o iKJunds of butter fat. which amount to 1.041.7 pounds of butter, flsured oa the f per cent ha? Ik, Thin rec ord makes her world's champion four-year-old Jersey. Sophie's Ado ra Is owned and was bri.-d ut Low ell, Mass. production of pure bred cows Is ill tlnctly a recommendation. The iihote figures are taken from the list of tested cows Issued by the Jersey, fiucriiscy. Ayrshire ami llolstein associations. Certainly conditions of feed and care affect production. It is equally certain that the farmer and not the row Is le sensible for thee condition, iiiul It Is my contention that under similar eon Ultlons the pure bred cow will produce more profltably and reproduce more uniform quality iu her calies; than will the grade. l'robably nil of us from personal ob servation agree that the pure bred sire Is desirable ut the head of the herd. Have we analyzed tho reasons why? He Is simply reproducing tho quulttles of his pure bred forbears In building up the producing ublllty of the herd. Would a grude bull do the same? Would he Impart the same uniformity 1 to his get? Not In one c:ie out ot fifty. So dairyman ever got rich In n day. . The dairy business demands patience. No dairyman can afford to neglect the building up of his future herd. It Is his responsibility to breed better oows wltli every generation. The grade cow I Is a handicap In breeding. .So many conOlctlng lines back of her prevent prepotency, and she falls to breed "true to type." Her daughters are Just as likely to be Inferior as to be superior to ber. On the other hand, pure bred 1 stock carefully selected and Judiciously bred afford a foundation for Improving quality with every generation. Car of Dairy Bulla. Judicious management Is quite as im portant as careful feeding In keeping bulls in satisfactory breeding condition. llierclse Is a prime essential. If young bulls are placed In paddocks they will usually take sulIVIent exercise, but this Is seldom true of nu old bull. A better way to Insure Kiitllclent exercls,. Is to lead lii in a mile or two or even farther every day. This exercise will do mole to keep lillll healthful, vigor ous, qiileU and sure than any other method that can be emplo.ttsl unless he Is accustomed to using a treadmill. Ill this event nn hour's exorcise on the lull! dully will keep him In good form. Any bull that has been cniefully ftsl. not permitted to become overfut, but yet in thrifty, rigorous londltlon. khould breed until he Is llfteen or six teen years old If ho has always recoited Millleient excico with legul.lllty. KluibaH'M Dairy runner. Humoring Cows. Thr money making iluityiiiaii lenins , to know cnwN-thoir lll.es nnd dislikes, their needs and what Is hurtful to thein. A cow that gives it large yield Is always notional innl has many petty tvhluw uboiit the way sho tvtintH her ' feisl arranged and tho mariricr In which she wants her milker lo treat i her. An Increase In yield Is often se emed by humoring these whims. 4- 4 4- -1- 1 DAIRY NOTES. Successful dairy expansion In volves the Intelligent systematic grading or building up of a herd, both by kolectlon and breeding. Thero aro few cowh which will I ihn tn Iklnirirocess if they hute tho milking process ir ti ty nute iiothlug t'Uo to attract their at- not stand more quietly itiiniig tentlou. Urery cow In tho herd should bo halter broken, lleglu while they are calves. A chill outside or tusldu la of. 4- tea fatal for a fresh cow. Look out for tho March winds. 4 Keep the cows Iu outVf them. 4 4.s 4- 4-4- 1917 -ANNOUNCEMENT- 1917 j " - OF - SWMMJAD THE REAL ESTATE MAN. Successors to Hughes & Swincbroad OF - LANCASTER, - - - .KENTUCKY. Headquarters for Real Estate IN "THE LAND EXPERIENCE AND EFFICIENCY COUNT IN ALL BUSINESS. Our records for the past eight years show sales of more thanJ13,5C0 acrts of land, besides s large amount of town and city property and stocks of mer c'inndise, amounting to more than $l,XiO,000.(X) ami this business wn'done to the entire satisfaction of more than 600 clients and customers and they are my references for "fatr dealing," Krom my experience in the business I know how, when, where and what t.i advertise. To the one who has property to sell farm lands, city property, dwellings I its or bu.iness property, merchandise or any real cstte"proxisition, I solicit your business, believing I can handle it to your entire satisfaction. List vour farm or other property with me now. I now have on hand a I hi il list of parties who are going to buy something somewhere and your pro erty may be just what I am looking for. To the one who wants to invest, 1 and know that when ou close a deal fir your money. I have on hand for rale at alt times Citv Property not in the advertised list, as my list of properly is constantly chancing, by sal"", expirations renewal, listing new properties iird lnm f my het properties are not adwrtixed at the reipiest of the owners. if you are :i non-iesident of Gurrunl County, write me and I will tell cu all about our County, its fertile soil, its products, market facilities good roads, schools nnd churches, nfI.niicn.ter and its business, its people and its growth. The following is just a few of the properties I have on nam! for sale now. KAKMS. A farm of 2i7 ecres nearly level land, highly Improved, on pike. A farm of lfi'J acr-s, partly rolling land, good improvements, on pike Willi about 100 acres of cliir and grazing lund thro-Aii in, A farm of i!l)l acres on two pikes, can be divided in set era! farms. ,o improvements but n number of building sites, Fine location. Land lies well. A 'ertilo farm of 1M1 acre, with and is on pike. A small faun of 'Si acres, with oi pike, close- to school and churches, or be added, making 'Xi acres. Possession A farm of llT. acres, close to town, large tobacco bam and linehuildirg ' s le nil pike for dwelling. A farm of US acres, partly rolling, tine lanU, splendid improvements right ' on pike. I A farm of lis acres. -1 miles from town, on pike, lard partly rolling, splendid improvements. A farm of 110 acres of tine land well improved. iei pike accessible to mar j ket of three county seats, land lies well. A small furm of IS acres, one.fourth mile from pike, with good iinprov- ,,,, t ..... i.Knti.'iTV. UI iliuifcti l. .... ! New imsiurn dwelling of S rooms, I nprovements, furnace heated, electric 'and 4 acres of land. A dwelling of ti rooms and out buildings and 4 acres of land. Another new modern dwelling of 10 rooms with all modern coiiteuiencei A number of other dwellings and building lots. Kor further par'iculars and prices inquire of SWINEBROAD, THE REAL ESTATE MAN. Lancaster, Kentucky. Fill In Picture " hi 4s V . ! ? 3 ,-,3 i. II? 'lit .. .04, " 7V..70 T2 if 7a -iJ-JUi JiJJ- J'. Sis lTAfHAT iort ot " ,lc'"re Ull,T K,art VUT P"10" at ,Irnw a lln yy 2 , 4 (tCi unl u of ,h) umb,rl tluv hren lked tl)(Ht,,t.r anJ II u.m to surprised and pleased with the lesu" of your art work. 1 picture always carries u trunk when It iti.ir anu, aininae lo say, part ot in picture plays lilllUrtls all over the world. Now this Is all you are to be told about It. (Jet busy with jour pencil and find out what tha puula Is. Wo will gladly print tho namea of all children who will take the pains to trace out the above picture. You will find It Interesting and they will appear in every issue of the Record from this dute. Who will lie the first lo aend lilt or her name? OF NOW" solicit your patronage us I know valurs tluough me ou will get "value received" a Large Number of 1'urriis. Dwellings splendid improvement. I.im! lies well room house, good urchin!, well located, 10 acres with large liarn adjoining can at once. z halls, cellar, liatli room., mod. rn lights, water works, small modern brn Puzzle No. 1 line to you your art work. This travels abou1 likes to piirli that trunk PLANTING FRUIT TREES. Car Should B Taken Not lo Sat th Roots Too Dtp In 8oll, The beginner In tree planting usually els his trees too deep rather than too dinllow In the relalliely heavy soils of Missouri. J. C. Whilteii of the depart ment of hoitlciillure of the I'nltcrslty af Missouri .is. "Wiling It era should bo selis-tod for planting, mid they should be n-t lit the .ittno depth at which they stood In the niirserj," Mr. Whilteii said. "Trees turn to the nnrthe.it and glow crooked because of the warm south and suiith west winds during the growing mioii. The tree should Is- set Willi tin heat lor title to the KiiittliMest to atold this. The rools should b' trltuti'ed so as not to be cramped mid aur r.i-".cd wounds taken off. reach trees slne.ild be pruned most seterely nfter planting of any of the orchard fruits. Tiltn all branches off, leaving a single it hip; then shorten the whip to n heluht of about tno and one-half fis-l f'lirrrj trees sliniiM he less xctcrcl) trimmed If well liiiiticlitsl the center of the tree iliotiM Iv cut out. The Japanese plum tree should be shaped like the i-;n'Ii, Other pluui, apple and (H-ar trees, hav ing only ti Much- hip, should I e treat est likewise Older tree may be tieat iil like the cherry, with the exception that all brunches may be shortened to one-half or one third of their natural length." WAY TO CONTROL THE OX WARBLE PEST lujlir.t by the ot warble amounting to minimis of dollars annually could Is- rishiivd to almost unthiit' if s.uek men would pracli'S' rfTivt w practlcill uietlii.ls of control, aeoribnu to (1. .. I'eiili. profesuir of eiilo..iol In the K.ilisas Arileultiiral eollese The pic4nv of the u warble Is ill". Iis-lisl hy in.frslnt: (tn, linnd liter the back of tile iiiilin.it. The warble mat W ili-sirojed by putting kerosene, tur peiitlne or mercurial ointment In or on the opening throui:h the skin dlrist l liter" the grill. s This treatlllellt Tti Abcnlen.Anaus t,rre1 uf ml tlv lute tti isipuUr tth ffsirrs and nutrlier. Wll.ll maturrd and rattrlifsl tllcy idmH furm altiwst m. vtas w) mmetricsl and not tunchv er vttchy As Iks f riruducrr. Ih.y aro tiard to iual. Tho utl .huwn I. mi Atxrdrtn. Annus should Is- giteu nlieu the grubs a) pcar oa the backs of cattle, liecausp If the grubs become tough ls-fore Ising Willed they aru likely tu cause sores. If the oH-nlng through the sklu Is very small It should ls enlarged with u Miioolh, isilutisl ktlek, A machinist's oil rati having a alendcr nozile furnish es an excellent method of appljlug the medicine. This treatment limy l s im plied rapidly by running the cattle through a chute, with one man sta tioned on each side prntliled with an j oil can llllisl with the medicine. ( The rattle should be examined from fifteen to twenty days later, mid any , Kill lis that escape the first ticatmcnt j should be (.queered out and rusli.il. It Is important that any urubs squeezed out hhoulil Is destroy, si, else ithe.t will transform Into adult (l.i-s. The ox warble Is one of the worst i ill-lilies of tattle, especially hi the grazing sis lions. It Is sometimes called Isiltl.t and heellly and Is nl-o nfteii spoken of as ii grub. , Iu general np ar.Hii e and sle the j nil Hit fly. like ninny other IsdHles. re M'luhlcs the common hoiie.tbee. It Is ' b.ilf ill) Inch long, pluck and entered ittlth elowish white and reddish, brown and Mack halts. In the spring from the taller part of March lo tho Ut of May the tiles up 1 pear aUnit the cattle, laying their eggs ll-in the tegs, fspiH-l.illy In the region I Just nl.ove the hoof. It Is flolil this i ti.tl.it of placing tho eggs near the heels : that they get the name of heellly III tho ttcot and southwest, j In UHo It was estlmalisl that OI per I tent of the cuttle In Kansas wete In tel led with warbleo. Thoiiuuual llnaii I I lal loss on da ma cis I hides nloue Is now lostlinnlcd for tho I'lilted t-lales at fium "'.". U' i to $"il.isal,iHiii. Corn Experiment Lesson. Ill experlnients with eoru ut the reiiusylviiula state tollego iurlug the last few jisiis heiity seisl gave a liltle belter Held ccriuluilllnii mid u lit t It belter yield Hum light seed. Seisl from ears which germlnatid quickly gave n tdlghtly IK-Iter Held germination. Sets) selected on the stalk genutiiiilcil Ixdler than sevd selected ut husking time In an outdoor test, for tho single year for which tho iccord was kept. Seed se lecltsl at husking In three years' trials, for konio unaccountable reason, guvu tho belter Held germination. The yields were about alike. Rtnsw tho Lttltr. Htraw, hay, ulfulfa, chaff, leaves and cut corn stover all make good Utters. Shavings uud haw dust aru not beat be cause they tend to pack ami also hold dampness. Itegardless of tho kind of Utter used, it should bo renewed fre quently and never allowed to become badly contaminated wlta dropping). j CARDS. i Or. Wm. D. Pryor, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. Ollice at Itainey s Livery Stable. Lnncnsler. Kentucky J.EiDWARDS,H.D Phone 391-M BUCKEYE, KY. Honaker Fine Cut Flowers. John M. McRobertt. H. .1. PATRICK. Paint Lick. Kuntuck John Jl. Casey, I). V. M. I Veterinary Surgeon. , CJrtttliniit t'tiiciiiiiiiti Vilfriiiiiry ' College. IDANMI.I.L KKNTUCKY. .J. A. Beazlev FUNERAL DIRECTOR ttlllce Over National Hank Kesulence I'lmne 3 Ollice l' one 27 LANCASTI'lt. KV. Ladies Coats. Mens and Boys Suits to close out at cost. G. C. COX. Manse,Ky I'Ikiiii Ofllre Hours ' H 10 12 m wince itours j ,M.7(oop ml M. K. Denny and W. A. Wheele Docttrt Of DraitJ briery. UlSe. smiinti SHMlmui.1 Hurl A ipd. .tin, nrtiliare Hturv. LANCASTKIt. - KENTUCKY. TREES Fruitand Shade Trees Shrubs. Graoe Vines, Rhubarb. Asoaraus, Roses, Phlox. Peonies Kverytliiim fur On lmrtl. I nun mui Ciinli-n, Writtj for free ('titii!ni.'iii'. Nn Agts H.F.Hillenmeyer &. Sons. l.fnu:iiii, Kt'titiiiky. i-u nut; BOOKKEEPING 'f. Builneti.Phonography TYPEWRITING and TELEGRAPHY 7SMITH 3USINESS COLlEQE lla 1'rnlilsnli.ii iiri of l nrftnr In mr ftlilll nl t ftnklu l-(iiiia. cImi 14 rr '(u 41 Inn - IdmiUlLHl H U. NtMITII. I.riincn. ftiv. JOHN WHITE & CO, LOUISVILLE, KV. Libtral' assortment aid lull value paid Ut rime rawrUilO Hlats and Oast aklsa Jofforsop Schoof Law. I ,1 - , 11 .yjv 'I ' er. ... .Mii,'( ' t ; i yTs' Ill HIGHEST PRICES PAID R.mlM.x. M.ll.d am D.f Skipni.al U Rsctir.4 No CoBBiiiioB to Pay WrU. It Prlc U.t toi SUatta T.t. M. Sabel & Sons lK.nw.U4 IdOluM MM LOUISVILLE. KY.