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The Central Record, Thursday, May 2. 1918.
miiiMmtiiiNuiiiuumtfimiirmiiiifiHHimwBiM A Business Should be as Big as Its Job publ If bigness is of benefit to the ic it should be commended. The size of 'a business depends upon the needs which that business is called upon to serve. A business should be as big as it job. You do not drive tacks with a pile driver or piles with a tack-hammer. Swift & Company's growth has been the natural and inevitable result of na tional and international nee!. Large-scale production and distribution are necessary to convert the live stock of the West into meat and by-products, and to distribute them over long distances to the consuming centers of the East and abroad. Only an organization like that of Swift & Company, with its many packing plants, hun dreds of distributing houses, and thousands of refrigerator cars, would have been able to handle the varying seasonal supplies of live stock and meet the present war emergency by supplyingr'w'ithout interruption: First The U. S. soldiers and the Allies in Europe by shipping as much as 800 car loads of meat products in a single week! Second The cantonments In the United States. Third The retailers upon Hvhom the American public depends for its daily supply of meat. But manypeople ask Do producers and consumers pay too much for the complex service rendered? Everyone, we believe, concedes the effi ciency of the Swift & Company organ'zation in performing a big job in a big way at a minimum of expense. Swift & Company's total profit In 1917 was less than 4 cents on each dollar of sales of meat and by-products. Elimination of this profit would have had practically no effect on live stock and meat prices. Do you believe that this service can be rendered for less by any other conceivable method of organization or operation? 3 Thtss qaistlona snd others art tnswered fully nd frankly In ths Swift & Compsny 1918 Yaar Book aint fit on rtqutit. Addrtu Swlt & Companj-, U. S. Yards, Chicago Swift & Company, U.S. A. OUR BOYS "OVER THERE" EN JOY TOASTED CIGARETTES. Through the patriotism of the citi zens of this country thousands of emcke kits are being distributed to AmcricansoldiersinFrance, Author Itics agree that men In the trenches need cigarettes almost as much as food and munitions. Doctors, nurses, and commanding officers all join in the demand which has awakened in this country a great movement to keep our boys supplied with smokes. Millions of the famous LUCKY STRIKE Cigarettes are "going over" all the time. There's something about the idea of the tooled ciga rette that appeals to the men who epend their time in cold, wet trenches and billets. Then, too, the real Kentucky Hurley tobacco of the LUCXY STRIKE ciga. rette gives them the solid satisfaction of a pipe, with a lot less trouble. MT. HEBRON Mr, Spencer Scott Unb!e to bo out. Mr. J. II. Deane had a nice calf to dio the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Vanderpool ar. very happy over the arrival of a flr.o baby girl on the 23rd. i.Irs. Joseph Duncan and children veero the guests of her sister, Mrs. llussell Vanderpool, Friday. Flour in sacks; kiln dried corn meal In sacks, Hudson, Huirhcs nnil Farnau. Mt. Hebron Sunday School adopt ed "Wilson time" Sunday, let every body observe "Go to Sunday School Day" next Sunday, and be on time, Messrs Tom Hicks and Henry Montgomery and families were at Scotts Fork; Sunday for services, and the guests of Mn. Mary A. Sanders. Mr. Wm. Onstott sold n bunch of calves to Mr. Cobb of Boyle, for October delvery at 8 1-2 cents per pound. He also bought of Mr. Wm. Barker of Jessamine a calf, price 125.. and a cow from other parties price $45, Mrs. Harrison Deane entertained it a birthday dinner Friday, in Sonor of her father M,r. B. A. Duncan. Messrs Joe and Jesse Duncan and families of Buena Vista and Bryantsville, Messrs Ike and everett Duncan and families of Poor Ridge were present. PAINT LICK Mrs. Ann Moberly is quite ill at this writing. Mrs. Thos. Logsdon was in Rich mond, Saturday. f Stephen Todd leaves Wednesday ?.r Pert Thomas. Mines Emma urn! Ora Estridgc were lit home over Sunday Miss Elizabeth Beazley spent the week-end with the home folks. Sec us for tested seed corn. Hudson, Hushes and Farnau. Mr. Stephen Todd has returnee home after spending a few month? in Mexico. iss Ilsttio Williams wns the guest of Miss Willie Williams tl i past week. Mirs Geneva' Murphy wai th guest of Mirs Itn Sanders the firs' of the week. Mr. and Mrs Stephin Carrier cf Lancaster, were guuts of Mr. anu Mrs. Harry McWhertsr, Sunday Miss Reynolds of Lancaster, has taken charge ef th c office of Bailey and Mors at this place in the Burnam warehouse. Mr. John L. Coldiron is erecting a brick building adjoining the drug stcre. Mr. Coldiron !s one of our most enterprising busir.es men. If you have any knitted articles for the Red Crcs3 please turn them In at Ledforl's HulL If you nee- any yarn, let us know and v.e will supply ycu. The I'uit office officials and mam bers of the B. V. P. U., wcra guests at a six o'clock dinner, Monday, of Mr. and Mrs. U. M. Burgess, In honor of Mr. W. P. Rcgers Jr., oni of our Rural Carriers, wh haves for Fort Thomas, Wednesday to gc Into training. The guests spent a most delightful evening as Mr and Mrs. Burgess are known fat their hospitality, QTJNNSJSHAPEIi. Mr. S. S. Sebastian was In Madi son on business Mondny. Miss Orn Fester spent Tues.'ay with Mrs. S. S. Sebastian. Mrs. Ilobart Tenter spent We.', n.silny with Mrs. I.ole Noel. ..Ka Cclestia Hnll visited M.s Mary Stella Whittnkcr Sunday. Mr. Itichnnl Hall and family were r.vcnt guests cf Mr. Oeo. Hnll. Mr. and Mrs. Powell Dailey were gjrsts Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Lit ml. Mr. James Land purchased njow and six pigs of Mrs. V. B. liny for STfi.OO. Roman, the youngest son of Mr and Mrs. Floyd Humphrey, cont fl ues very ill. Mr nnd Mrs K. II. Chandler cf Lancaster are visiting friends nn relatives here. Miss IJjrnice Tenter spent severs', inys of the pn:t .week Willi Mr. Hughcy Moberly. Mr. nnd Mrs. Ollic Hogir and children of Lancaster spent Sunday with Mr. Loic Bogie. .Miss Adn Sebastian spent the pn3t week with her sister. Mrs. Sieve A- ec cf Madison. Miss Thclma Simpson nnd Mr. James Simpson were here with rel atives nnd friends last week. Mr nnd Mr3. John Dailey tm. ch'iren spent Sunday with Mr Da'liy's parents, in Madiun. Mesdnmcs I'rcntis Walker, . I) l!n;- an 1 J. M. Anion were guest of Mrs. II. M. Kurtz. Sntur.'. Mr. nnd Mrs. Hugliey Muberly am little daughter, spent the weekcm with Mr. nnd Mrs. Harvey Teater. Mr and Mrs. Willie Masters and children nnd Mrs. Maggie Whittaker were guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. II. H. Hall. Mr. and Mrs. Walker llurfe. Mr. nnd Mrs. Hiram Uinil werr guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. C. C. Cro.v Sunday. Mrs. I'rentlss Walker nnd at tractive children have been here tht guests of her parent. Mr. and Mrs W. B. Ray. Mr. nnd Mrs. Allen Teater, Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Davis, Mr. anil Mrs. Dock Simpson, nnd Mr. Elbert Tea ter were in Richmond, Tuesday. Mr. Louis McCulley sold n sow with 7 pigs to Mr. Oeo. Hall, for $40., and n sow nnd 7 pigs to Mr. Richard Hall at the same price. Car of Lime in barrels just received. Hudson, Hunhs nnd Farnau. Rev. I). F. Sebastian. Mr. and Mm Frank I.and, Miss Inez I.and nnd Mr Howard Land, were guests of Mr. and Mrs.. John Land and Miss Lcnna Hollon, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Dock Simpson and Master Chester Handy spent the week-end in Jessamine. They were accompanied to High Bridge, Satur day by Mr. and Mrs. James Gayhart. Miss Iva Hollon was stricken with appendicitis Tuesdny. She was taken to Danville and operated on by Dr. Jackson, Tuesday night. She stood the operation very nicely nd ic recovering rapidly. Rev. N, ft. Young will fill his reg ular appointments here Saturday night and Sunday. The Sunday School will begin ut !:30 instead of o'clock. Even1 one In the com munity is cordially Invited. News has been received here of the marriage of Miss Minnie Marie Easlcv and Mr. Wm. Gnttcn of Lexington. The bride is the dnugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. James Knsley, and Is both attractive and accom plishcd, and has often visited rclti t.vcs in this vicinity. Mr, t ntten is n young business man of Lexing ton. Every one is cordially Invited to attend Sunday Schooi next Sunday at Gun's Chapel and at Buckeye, Sunday has been set apart as special "Go to Sunday School Day If you do not attend you may be the cause of Kentucky not reaching her goal of 1,000,000 in the Sunday School, on' that day. Don't just send the children but go yourself and take them. IiHiorusta Added to Ot.r Already Wom'jrit'l Li ie of Popular Priced X w aij 8 i Jr El Jp G i Tosct(ti!ck relief take v- Pr. Kin-i New Discovery. Um.1 50 years. Checks the cold, btops tlie cough try IX. r-. XI JT CSoldbyalldruits for Coudhs gCoIcIe The Evils of Cocslipalion Leaving wa.te material in the body poiionj the system anil blood ami makes you liable to sick headaches, biliousness, ncrvonsi.ess and muddy skin. Try Dr. King's New Life Pills. Prompt relief. . At all druegU's. We can sav without eonttidictionthnt our Spring showing' is the I1KST I5ALANCFD STOCK OF ANY WALL PAPER IIOUSK IN THK COUNTRY. YoAre of experience and an exact knowledge of the trend of popular taste en ables ns to cater to your needs with nlniost scientific precision. A corps of efficient workmen rentier our services most desirable and lenitive pomible doubt na to Kood anil satisfactory results. .May we say nrnin Select Early; Be First; Avoid Disappointment: We Carry a Full Line of Window Glass, AUTO WIND SHIhLDS. A LA HASTING. URL'SIliiS, FLOOR WAX, FLOOR POLISHING HRUSHKS. SAND PAPKR. ARTIST IIRUSIIFS and TURK PAINTS, WAGON AND IMPLK.MF.NT PAINT. AUTO AND CAR RIAGE PAINTS. VAL-SPARR VARNISH, the vnrnish that you can pour boil ins water on and WILL NOT HURT Till: VARNISH. WAX IT, the best fur nittne polish that is mnde. Lowe Bros. High Standard Cutside Paints to OUR ENTIRE PAINT LINE IS Call and seo v hat nil we have BEING CLOSED ; utt at you did not '.. OUT AT COST. uv that we carried'. COOMER & HAVE. DANVILLE. KENTUCKY. 3CPS:ooa3S(06sop3tce530oo8t3C5eeo3000)oooso toasnesistr a M a v erst "HOGGING" CORN AND BEANS. A few suggestions which will en- ble you to improve you to improve our land, mnke more pork from nn acre and keep your hogt in better health. Due to the scarcity of labor many farmers of this county arc Manning to "hog down" a field of corn this year. This is an excellent idea and farmers know from practical experience that it is both a profit able practice and one that will sai labor. In other words, the farmer sits around anil lets the hogs jlo the work. Corn fed alone to hogs is not n balanced ration, i. v. they are not make as quick or as cheap cm'iis a when they have some protein or muscle and bone building property n their food. Clover has this com pound, so have soy beans. Kvery farmer knows that corn ami clover are the ideal feeds for hogs, but they are probably not awaro. that corn and soy beans are just about as good. Kvery farmer in Garrard County who it planning to plant ccrn tc hog down, should also plant soy beans at the same time. This method is very simple and no man ran afford to leae off beans from the corn which he is planting to hog down. I have talked to farmers from all over Kentucky, nnd some from Indiana, nnd every one who has followed it is enthusiastic. The general opinion is that one will make .i"t as tuch enrn ner m re as if he didn't hae the brans nnd in addition will have the beans extra and will have improved his land. DRILLING CORN AND HEANS. S-ecral meinour ma be employ ed as convenient. " First: -(ict a bean attachment for your planter, thus both corn ami benns may be adjusted exactly ns desired; in average place corn around 18 inches and n bean f in ches apart ill the row. Second: Drill the corn as usual, then after field is done. Immediate-1 ly retrace the same tracts, using beass in the planter boxes and drill shallow. Ordinarily it requires a bushel of beans to plant acres in rows with corn. Third: If planter has fertilizer attachment, then thoroughly mix 12 pounds of beans with the fer tilizer intended for nn acre and drill the mixture ns fertilizer. If you are not going to use fertilizer dirt may be used. Fourth: Thoroughly mix the corn and benns and drill very thick in rows, being very careful to keep well mixed. It is not likely that the distribution will be uniform nor very satisfactory except for con venience on a smnll scale. Fifth: After you have planted your corn you may take a jobber and Job ill beans. This is too slow howeer, and would not advise it except on a small scale. However would advise every farmer to mako his replanting beuns instead of corn for replanted corn seldom does any good and beans will da well Also any fanner sh thinking of planting n rn im will not come up ery well shou' ' mix beans with it so that he ." get a gcud stand of something VARIF.TfCS TO USE. He sure and plant a wiriet) . f soy which will mature ved in ().. country The ll.iberlitndt. Lexing ton or Mikado are all good urirties for hogging. The Lexington can be bought from local teed men. TIME TO INTRODUCE MR. UEAN TO MISS HOC. Shonts may be turned into the field when heans are still green an J the corn drnting Heans should In pulled up and fed to the hogs sev eral days before turning them Into the field so that they may become accustomed to them. ' The variety of food seems to keep the digestion regulated and appetites dependably. They thrive so that the owner ra.i readily see the Improving lustrr l'i hair and double curl in tail. Plant some soys with your corn for the two grow well together nnd thrive ns companions. King and Queen of tho Field. For further information address W. II. 110(1 KltS. County Agent, V. S. Department, of Agriculture. Importsnt Scientific Discovery, Alixililti pnif that the crnvltntloiinl atlrartli'ii l-twivn iiin-x nf matter rnrles wltli rlinm;rs In their electrical Imtrnllal due to electrical chnnges iin lliem uu i.titiilnml by Dr. Krsn ii K. Xlplier In ii jenrof cxivrlliient In llii' tnlHinitnry nf Wai-tiliiKtnn uul vi-r.ll-. St. IjiuIk. Sow Soy Beans 9 With 9 e 9 Corn, ' We have a fine lot of Lexington and Pekin" Soy Beans, New Crop. Sow beans with corn and get a good stand. HUDSON, HUGHES & FAilH All Lancaster, Kentucky.