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The Central Record, Thursday, May 2, 1 9 1 8. AND WHEN THE SUN COMES OUT AGAIN PREPARE TO BATTLE CORN STALK BEETLE EVERY NSTINCT IELLS US WAR MUST GO UN ViWIii sJWawv- Mnnv ftrnWnre fn QnM.tinrn Clnlite, i iiiun; wi wmwi u in wwutiiwi II WtUibd f Reported Injury to Crop. -KIPLING Damage Was Quite Severe Wherever V XMSiSm.'. Soil Wat Sueh'as to Suitaln Grub Control Measures (lecom mended by Cntomologlits. (Prrpnre.1 tiy the t'nUel Rtatea rvr-nrt-mnl of Agriculture I.nt yrtir n rum n-t, ili'crl'nil lijr entomologist nf tlio t'nllnl Stole ill" pnrtinrnt "f n.riniltiin n the mitcli licniltil rum itnlk Ihm'IIo, ipjinriil In ninny pnrl if tin1 Smith, Mnnjr mm ii- nf T'n. (iinrcln, I.miMnnn, .' na nml Aliilmm.i rrmrtiil in. r In tliclr rorn dy IhN lieetlo, tli ituu,us liolns qnltp p'tirnit ninl n- vrri vthprrirr tlio mil wni meli ns to iitnln tlic criili. Tlx- liti'tli" viirtM ximK'uhnt In . nminlliiK In tli rntoiniilnslatu, hut uninlly mentirf nlxmt one half Inch In I.Tictli. It l n Mut, linnMiellril m'ntiin, Jt Mnrk In mlor. It I thmiKlit tn ho illstrllmtiil only In tlu Fnntlirrn Ftntr. Tlio ilnmnco I' done wholly hy tlio mlult nml nmlt In li'irliiK Into the nuliT wni I of llio Htnlki lintmillntcly belmv the Kiirfnrp nf tho cnimul, tmilltie n Inriii- rosscM nivn Ine. ninl ilif trnjlna tho tender cnmlns point, nr "heart." iiNn which Iho hw tie frtiK The ilamiiBo l ilimo only during xiiriiiir nml curly Himnirr, Field oWrvntlotn shmv Hint outbreak, for rcnorn a yet lnierfectly under stood, ilii not iirroinrlly recur In sue colvo yenr. A summary nf mnlnil miHuuro reeotnniewloil hy thf fntniniil'iclti n ml di'xrrllxil In il. lull In tlio Imlli'tln may lo oiitlltml n follow: 1, nimlnntp nil old itnre or wnte land, orclBlly low, midst nroa, nml ilrn I n mcli lu! tliornurhly. 'i 1'naturi In" In wnMe or paeturn lands that cannot ho conveniently ilrultieil nml frapp"!- 3. I'lnrit rorn early, wiy, about April CO, for tldewnter Virginia, nml earlier for more wmtherly loenlltli-i. I. (llro liberal application nf horn ynnl innniiro nr coiiiiiierclnl ferllllier whenever practicable. S. lZmploy rhllilmi or ilienp lalMir In collect nml iletroy Iho biTtles wlieu ii Held flrt miow Injury. H IM not nllow mm to follow sod If poHlhi In mold It, T. Plow mh In ml In Into summer mid early full In order tn ih'Mrny tho pupne of Iho rniiuh-hondril rorn-itulk lui'llo. TREAT CHICKENS FOR WORMS Maitaehuietta Poultry Ralier Reconv menda Remedy to the Agrlcul. tural Department (ITeparnl lr lh I'nlle.1 Htalea Prpurt. nient of Agriculture A romwly for wnmn In rlilrkcm thnl n Mn.K'hii'M'ttH Miultry rut'or foiitnl vrry nuiTr'nful, nirnnllnic to hli loltiT to tlio Tnllitl SlnlM ilrpnrt iiirnt of iiBrlciillurf, folln: '(Ito Iho rhlrkoii' mi fiKxl nr untor for 21 hoiirn In-fore tri'ntlns; Ihon fi-iil tin-in half Iho iKiinl nmntmt ot frroiiml f.-itl, In Mhlrh liu- horn mix! llm-ly rhopM-l tohnrro ali-mi tnUnl for two huun In nil tho wntor tlu-j will nlnnrti. Ono Imiind of tohnrro ali-mii (nrlshnl hrfnrr annklnc) uf flrlrnt for 1fX hlnN. T hour- nflrr tho rhlrkrn hno rntrn tho iniHllontixl hinnh, clo tho nnr-fourlh nf the nmil rnllon nf crniiml fori! itiUii) with wnti-r In whlrli Ilpvnni anlt lm hri-n illsnlixl, ultiB 11 nunron nf Kp aom anlt for 101 hlrili. "Tn rnlurr Iho rlmnroa of fitrthof Infonlntlon nil innniiri mul nni illrt ahoiihl ho romnM-il from tho rlilrkon ynnl. lyul lh pon-i ntul ront hor mijhly arnhloil nml rh-nnnl with hot wntrr." GREAT CARE FOR LIVE STOCK Anlmalj Represent Comlderable Capi tal and Should Receive Proper Feed and Shelter. Ilnlslni: llvpntork niiulrra n hlshor order nf Inli-lllsniro ml crcnlor rnr t till u Krnnllli; rropH. Alllllinla llllKt hnvo rnro nml ntti-ntlnn. Thoy n-pro-arnt roti'lili-rntilo rnpltnl nml for t lit" rriivni It l hlshly iloilrnhU1 Hint tlu-y he finl nml aholti-roil. That Ii ntio ri-nwm why nioii who rnlo llvo atnek nro Bi-nornlly -ry nlort nml prourr alvr. HANDPICKING OF BEAN SEED Not Long Nor Laborious Job aa They Are Larger Than Wheat or Djr. ley Keepa Crop Pure. Tlio linniliilcklnir nf Iho lu-nns It not a lone nor n lulwrlom Joli n tho honu Hinurli lnwrthnn Iho hurley nr whent Kriiln. Tlioao who luivo trlnl It Ueclnro most i-nthtn-lnatlrnlly In fnvor nf till rnrcful tiu-lhoil nf lionn ai-lecllnn. Af ter tho henna linvo niico heon hand picked It la relntlvely enay to keep the seed pure. SYSTEM FOR POULTRY FARM Arrange Building So That One Can Readily Qo From One to Another Without Trouble. The poultry fnrm alinuhl he nrranceo eo thut the work run he done Hyu'em atlrnlly. I'laro the bulldliiEi ho tfiat one ran readily k from uno to the other. Many atepa are saved by bar ing u plare for everything and every tblag la It place. I WTIIln al rk Pi U Sandstone Land Wednesday, May 15th, '18 on the premises at 10 o'clock a. m. Rain or Shine. arr..rapp 107 Acres Subdivided INTO SMALLER OR BABY FARMS. This is the Henry Teater farm situated on Wolf Trail coun ty road near the Buckeye and Kentucky River turnpike on Lan caster R. F. D. No. 3, and adjoins the lands of Mose Ray "and Powell Daily. Good neighborhood and close to churches and school. T. i- I I I i n o . iLTnov AMP 1 1,1L e ..III..... I 1 M -J 1 . 1 I . 1 1-1 . 1 I .- i litis iuuu is an annusiunii aitu 111 a "in" aiaic tion of) the county. FAMOUS for the production of the finest TOBACCO and other crops. Buildings consists of small frame dwelling and two barns that will house 10 acres of tobacco. NOW IS THE TIME. Your patriotic duty is to buy PRODUCTIVE land and thus help both the Allies and yourself "Over The Top." Make your strokes count the most for the unprecedented era of rural prosperity knocks at your door. The man with the Hoe is, and will continue to be, the man with the "Doe." Terms made known on day of sale. THE D. A. THOMAS REALTY AGENCY. Lancaster, Kentucky. OF 7 l - ui cuiuvaiiuii auu is uuuu as uic uesi laiiu.tu utat sec Plea of English Writer to His Own People Is Applicable to All Americans POET PAYS HIS OWN TOLL THE LIFE OF HIS ONLY SON Without an Allied Victory, He Declares, Earth Becomes Hell Without Hope (Rudyard KFpMng knows war. Ha knowi world polltlrt nd rlUna. Ha knows Germany, And ha haa paid hit toll tha Ufa of hla only aon to tisfsat her. Because of these things wriat he haa to say tarries a meesage to us over here. Of America, too, It Is true that "Nothing else under Heaven matters today except that the war shall go on to that end." There Is no way of carrying It on unless we let America have the money to uie for It. Kipling glvea some straight, sound, reasons why the people of this country must buy Liberty Bonds. Editor.) By RUDYARD KIPLING, (In a Speech at Folkiton..) From time to time tbe representa tives of tbe Allies meet together and lay down what tbe war-alms of tbe Al lies are. From time to time our statesmen repeat tbem. They all agree we are fighting for freedom and liberty, for tbe right ot small States to exist, and for nations to decide for themselves how they are to be gov erned. All this we understand and perfectly believe. That Is the large view of the situation. What Is the personal aspect of tho case for you and me? We are fighting for our lives, the lives of every man, woman, and child here and everywhere else. We are fighting that we may not be herded Into actual slavery such as tbe Ger mans have established by force of their arms In largo parts of Europe. We are fighting against eighteen hours a day forced labor under the lash or at the point of the bayonet, with a dog's death and a dog's burial at the end of It. We are fighting that men, women, and children may not be tortured, burned, and mutilated In tbe public streets, as has happened In this town and In hundreds of others. And we will go on fighting till the race who have done these things are In no position to continue or repeat their offense. No Half-way House Twsen Victory and Defeat, If for any reason whatever we fall short of victory and there Is no half way bouse between victory and de- Every relatlonv ewy yndeijtandlng, very decency upon which clrUlzatlon has been, eo anxiously buflt up will, re -will be washjj ottt, because It" will hive been proved tihable (o en dure. . --tarcssr it? wh,a Idea of democracy which at bottom Is what the Hun fight against will be dismissed from man' minds, because It will have been shown Incapable of maintaining Itself against the Hun. It will die; and It will die discredited, together with every belief and practice that I based en It. The Hun Ideal, the Hun's root-notions of life, will take Its place throughout 'the world. Under that dis pensation man will become once more the natural prey, body and goods, ot his better-armed neighbor. Women will be the mere Instrument for con tinuing the breed, tbe vessel of man's lust and man's cruelty; and labor will become a thing to be knocked on tbe head If It dares to ,lve trouble, and worked to death If It does not. And from this order of life there will be no appeal, no possi bility of any escape. This Is what the Hun means when he says he Intends to Impose German KULTUR which la the German religion upon the world. This is precisely what the world haa banded itself together to resist. It will take every ounce In us; It will try us out to the naked soul. Our trial will not be made less by the earnest advice and suggestions that we should accept some sort of compromise, which means defeat, put forward by Hun agents and confed erates among us. Tbey are busy In that direction already. Or Earth Becomes A Hell Without Hope. Dut be sure of this: Nothing nothing we may have to endure now will weigh one featherweight com pared with what we shall most cer tainly have to suffer It for any cause we fall of victory. The war must go on. Tbe more we have suffered In this war, the more clearly do we see this necessity. Our hearts, our reason, every Instinct in us that lifts us above the mere brute, show us that the war must go on. Otherwise earth becomes a hell without bone. The men. the shlDs. the munitions must go forward to the war, and behind them must come the money, without which nothing can move. Where our hearts are there must our treasure be also. There has been a great deal ot money spent In England lately, several millions a day for the last twelve hundred days. That means that many people have had the chance of earning more money than they could have earned In peace times. Our security for our loan Is not enly the whole of the British Em pire, but also the whole of civilisa tion, which haa poolsd its re sources In men, money, and mate rial to carry on this war ts vic tory. Nothing else under Heaven matters today except that tha war hall ge en te that end.