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The Central Record, Thursday. June 21, 1917.
r i 'V II I ll i ! I 1 D 1 NEW CASH STORE I have bought the H.D. Lee stock of goods located in the Record building one door from the square. We have closed our cnndy kitchen on Lexington St. urn! merged It with our New Store. We thank you for pnst business nnd cordially Invite you to coll on us at our new location where we nre able to serve you better. Yours for business, COY S. SANDERS I DCZDIZZD 31 IE i Nnnnally's Candies. Meal Served Any Honr . mm mm mrW W mf WW ar- m NUNNALLY'S Candies Special Ice Cream for this week. Peach, Tutti Fruitti, Caro mel, Chocolate and Vanilla. Wx. O. KING, Proprietor. Ice Cream I'arlor. Telephone No 202. 3C 3C C 3C FARMERS ATTENTION We are now in the market to buy your old com. See us before you sell. We will pay you the best market price. Walker, Lee & Hicks. i M383iS3 CX)M2it WffliM OMQiSM1 CONCRETE WORK i Let Me Figure With You On Your Foundations, Pavements, Gutters, Silos, Retaining Walls, etc. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. PRICES REASONABLE J. N. TRIMBLE Contractor. Telephone 192. WM&M LANCASTER, Ky. POULTRY AND EGGS RATION FOR LAYING HENS. J Cxptrimtnlt Provo That Whsat Is J4o Essential to Egg Production. Willi wheat so high, poultryineti will bp Interested to lenru Hint on the t'nlt rd States department of agriculture experiment farm excellent egg laying results were secured with n whentle ration. Thirty Leghorn pullet to which ttil rntlnn linn lieen fed for one nml onc-linlf yenr produced nil aer ngo of 147.3 eggs jier hen for the pullet yenr. This compare favorably with PRC yields secured on other ration containing wheat nml therefore inori expensive. This pen. moreover, during the first sixteen weeks of Its second 30 The open rait used In the hen yard to water tlio fowls Is n foolish and bungling method. Chicken, nre frequently drowned by ratlins Into the bucket. Use a fountain that feeds from the lottom. yenr has nveraceil 28.5 eggs per hen. 17.5 eggs per hen being produced In March. The same ubcatlcss ration ha been fed since last November to n len of Unit Orpington pullets, which have laid fifty-three eggs per hen In twen ty weeks nnd hold the highest egg rec ord of any of the large feeding iens of pullets nt the farm this year. Two other pens, however, nre less than one egg per hen behtnd this pen. Tho ration used wn ns follows: Scratch mixture, two pounds of crack ed corn and one pound of oats; dry mash, three pound of comment and one pound of beef scrap. Tho scrap mixture was fed sparing ly so that the hens ate about equal parts of this mixture and of the dry mash. The total grain consumption of feed for the year wn fifty-two pounds, of which twenty-six pound was scratch mixture. Throughout the J ear It took -1.(1 pounds of feed to product) a dozen eggs. This scratch mixture, with wheat S2.57, cracked corn $1.3.1 nnd rats 70 cents per bushel. 1 19 cents per 100 pounds cheaper ,than tho regular mix ture of equal parts cracked corn, wheat nnd oats. Another mash, which Is alight ly cheaper than this one, I made of 1 per cent each bran nnd mid dlings, "0 per cent beef scrap and CO per cent cornmeal. If tho wheat Is omitted from tho ra tion It Is very essential to feed n con siderable proportion of beef s-crap In tho mash, but with present price beef scrap Is ono of tho cheapest iwiltry feeds, considering Its high protein content. These experiments, the specialists say, prove that wheat Is not essential In an egg laying ration and that excel lent results ein bo secured by using corn nnd oat. ns a scratch mixture provided this Is foil with a good mash containing 25 per cent beef scrap. Tobacco and Hemp will not grow to maturity IF HAIL should get in its work. Your years work may be lost from a single black cloud and in five minutes. We stand ready to protect you and the charge is very small. Kemper & Woods AGENTS. Paint Lick, Kentucky. GUNNS CHAPEL. Mr. John Milton llurton is very ill. Tom Dailey continues ill of Mrs. dropsy, Mrs. A'lec Maleur has Smnllpox. Mr. nnd Mrs. Tallou Madison Saturday. been ill with May were HEN RAISED CHICKS. Mother Should Care For tho Brood as Long as She Will Do So. When chicks are raised In the nat ural way with hens fewer mistakes arc liable to be made In llio care of the chicks. Still, early In the season, when there Is much bad weather, too much must not bo left to the Inn. because she cannot supply nil the cure that Is needed. Many early hen hatched ehliks lire lust through failure to give them sullalilo quarters where they will have leuty of room und can tnko inlvan to of tho sunshine. Small chicks are far better off Indoors when tho weath er is not pleasant, Later on In the season or when the thick tire of some size running outside will o linlgorat Ing, but It Is best to wml; on the safe aide nt nil times nnd take no chance. of chilling the chicks. Sometimes the chicks from two hatches nre given to one hen for rals- nnd thlii works nicely in warm weather, but do not try It until after the 1st of May, because In cool woath- r cue hen cannot cover more than fif teen chlckr right, nnd quite early In tho eeasun ten chicks aru all u hen cnu look after. Let tho mother hen enro for early chicks Just us long ns blio will do ho. nnd until tho chicks nro well feathered lniTO soma mean of protecting them on cool nights. Tho proper ventilation ot their Iiouso or coop, however, must always bo watched carefully. Chicks must bo made to cxcrclso free ly at all times, nnd, except when there a good range, a portion of the feed should bo given In a Utter. Worms In Poultry. Thcro aro eouio forty species of poul try worms. If yours, have undcrtuken to feed any ot this lot try doses ot turpentine and olive oil, half and half. It this docs not effect a euro try pure turpentine, ono to three tcaspoontuls. Mr. E. II. Chandler purchased a horse from Mr. John Land. Miss Jessie II. Hay is in Lancaster n guest of Miss Marie Italian). i Miss I.ida Mae Kay has been her a guest of Miss Jessie li. II a V. Mls Marie has ley of Lexington has been the guest of relatives here. Miss Sallie Lnn Naylor of Mt. Hebron ii here the guest of Miss Inez Land. A daughter urnved nt the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe De Hoe, June 1'Jth. Miss Alice Jones of Artumua is here organizing a music class for the sum mer. Mrs. T. M. Stevens of Stearns is ex pected Friday for a visit to Miss Zulu Calico. Miss Stella May has returned to her home at Wilmore after n visit with rel atives here. Mr. und Mrs. 1). Fathergill nr.d child ren and Mrs. Heinz visited near Lex ington Sunday. A series of meetings will begin at the Methodist Churcli here on Saturday evening at 7:15. Mr. und Mrs. Wulton nnd Miss Maude Walton of Murksburry were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Dailey. Mr. und Mrs. I'owell Dailey, Miss Hert Dailey, Mr. and Mrs. John Wesley Dailey und children were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Dailey Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. James Land, Mr. und Mrs. Irvine Simpson, Mr. Coy Price und daughter llattie II. were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hunter Davis Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John Land und Misses Pauline Hoss and Lenna I lotion motor ed lo Richmond Wednesday. They weru'guests of Mr. Jerry lliggina and the Misses lliggina on Richmond pike at u six oclo:k dinner Wednesday eve ning. Mr. und Mrs John Land, Miss Lenna Hallon and Muster James It. Price ac companied Miss I'uuline Iioss to her home at Mays Lick in Mason county, Friday und were guests of Mrs. T. 11. Iioss und Misses I'auline and Elizabeth Hoss until Sunday. Miss Ku tli L. Itay, who is a success ful teacher in Illinois will go to liowiing (Inen for u Summer course afterwhich ah will return here for a visit to her parents Mr. und Mrs. Mike Hay und her rister Mrs. Curdeha Davis before returning to her work in Illinois. A number of young folks were enter tained by Miss Lemtu Hallon in honor of her guest Miss I'uuline Hoss of Muys Lick, on Thursday evening. Among the guests were Miss Mayme Crutchfield of Nicholusville; Miss Mar tha Wellington Curtis of Mt. Hebron, und Mr. Frank Conn of Muysville. Iced Icmonude nnd ctke were served by Miss es Itoss und Hullon. ,n r Mm W i tI rcctgl ftrhJck'clltc. OHJ In ebeclcrUM tact JTwicethgweighl avsixweeKS. To grow quicMy,your chicks inuit luc tomctliing beiiJci grain. Purina Chicken Chowder nj;.p!ix the elements in which grsm li dciicirM makes Imnt. blood. ' (cithcri, i.crre i,txi lean meat. When fed as directed, witli lYri-.i Chick Feed. we Guarantee DOUBLE DEVELOPMENT OK MONEY BACK For Sale by All Dealers. STANFORD for OneDrop eurknPul4ryRmr A few drops la tho jTIiuvi drinking water cures AI'F.S k inarrorentswhiui ultrruoct. coolers and other cmcK dUeawa. Una W-ccnt bolll" make IS vallons ot Aiodlclno. , , At drug, irl.ta cir l mall oojtuald. Valu abloioullrr buok two on roquoaU HtUM KMII M.. UUafM ft. Sold by R. E. McRoberts. Miss Blanche VanDeveer Is lieu the zummcr. .Mrs. W. It. Itice, of liuisville is the guest of Mrs. Susan U. Yeager. Mrs. Alice ValfArsdale. of Louisville, are here with relatives and friend.. Lee 1'erkins is at Enufialhe, Florida with In sister, Mrs. Crover C. Hose. Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Y. Carson have returned to this city after their bridal trip. Miss Marie Kincaid of Louisville, is the guest of Miss Anne Davis Mclioh erts. Miss Margaret Shanks is visiting her uunt, Mrs. II. Kirbv Hourne, at New Caitle. Mrs, Hussell I'. Ilrnwii of Liberty, hull been the guest of Dr. and Mrs. K. J. Ilrown. Mrs. Wen. Luckey ami sons, of Kirk wood Mo, are the guests of J. C. Hxil- ey u.id family. Mrs. (Iorg 1'. Deborde is the guest of Misses Sallie and llettie Dellorde ut Crab Orchard. Clintor Coleman left this week lor the University f Virginia, to take u summer course. Misses llettie nnd Kiln Wurreu have returned homo from Couneil Mull", lu for the summer. Mesdames C. E. Tuto ami S. S. Em- bry lire visiting relatives und friends in ivansas iity, oiu Miss Jennie Newland has returned lifter u visit to her sister, Mi. Alfred huds at Anchoruge. Miss Murthu MrClury, who has been teaching ut Wilkinsburg, I'a., is at home for the summer, Mr. and Mrs. F. T. lluike of Junction City. Iiuvu been the guests of her sis ter, llrs. A. T. Truylor. Misses Sallie llurdette and Katie Lynn Wood are at the Richmond Nor mal for a summer course. Mr. and Mrs Logan McCall and Miss Sarah llunu spsnt Sunday ut Marut burg with relatives und friends. Mrs. It. A. Anbury, ot Chattanooga, Tenn., is tho guest of her sisters, Miss es Jennie and Chat lo tie Warren. Col. S. T. Harris has returned homo after spending several weeks ut Mar tinsville und French Lick Springs. Mrs. L. Heeler, ot Louisville, has Joined her husband here, who is phar macy clerk at the Lincoln Pharmacy. Mrs. (Jeorge I'. Maury and little daughter, Eleanor, of Mineral Wells, Texas, are guests of tier parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Mnnefee. Mrs, (Jrover C. Hose joireil her hus band nt Eau tiallie, Florida this week, after standing several we. ks here with her mother, Mrs llelle 1'erkins. Mrs. U E Carpenter and little son. Jack Carpenter, have returned to their home nt Philadelphia, I'a., nfler n Vl.it tnber parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Menefee. Lincoln county at usunl did her part in the diurnal of the Liberty llonds. The npportionmer.t for this county was gllHl.liOO ami she took $101, Too. Much credit is due the two local bank in their work in disposing of these bonds. Hev. Howard J. Ilrazelton, new pas tor of the Christian church was given a most cordial welcome here Sunday evening, when all the minister anil their members came to the Christian churrli ami participated in a welcome service. Hev. Ilrazelton L indeed a very plea. ant aker und Is being given a cordial welcome. His family will arrive later. Mrs. Maggie M. Dunn dim. at her home in the West End Sunday morning at an early, houe aftor a long illness. She wa SI years old ami will be great ly mls.ed in the community in which she lived. Funeral services were Con ducted at her late home Monday after noon by Hev. A. II. llaugh followed by interment in the llu jtonvillu cemetery. Mr. Stewart Carson of this city, an Miss Johnnie Azbell of Kichmond, were married ut her home on Friday eve ning in the presence of a few friends. They left immediately ufter the cere mony for a short trip and returned to this city Monday night to make their future home. The bride is n very charming young lady' of Richmond and hus many friends here where she has often visited. Mr. Carson i the oldest sou of Mr. nml Mrs, W, A. Curson and is a promising young business man. Why Suffer? Mrs. J. A. Cox, of Al dcrcon, Y. Va., writes: ly d. ujiter . . . t ' Icrcdt. fi-'y. S! jc ti'.d not turn i;i bed . . . Ihc iloct'fspve !icrup,:ttd v.o brou,"!it Iter h-'mc to Cie. S'io l:;U full ",-r d to truth, at ... t me. Hav i. i; ltr;rd of Csrdui, we KCtitforhcr." WOiliU ia's Tonic "In a few days, flic be gan to Improve," Mrs. Cox continues, ''and lud no trouble at . . . Cardul cured her, and w c sine Its praises everywhere." We receive many thou sands ol similar letters every year, telling ol Iho nood Cardul lias done for women who sulfer from complaints so common to incur sex. ii anouiu ao you coou, too. Cardul Try E-77