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The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Feb 20 I 9 19.
THE SHALLOT The Minltflt Is n variety nf small nnlnn Hint Is frequently .I n tiled In early spring for Hk small bulbs, nr "fliliM," whlcli nro used In tlm satno manner n onions. The leaves are utilized for (liivorlni;. Another nnlnnllkn plant In tho rlilri. the small round, liolluw leave of Mlilch are used for flavoring soups. These leaves mny lie cut freily, is they nro noon replaced ly others. FARM BUREAU MAKES WAR ON HOG PLAGUE Cholera How Apparently Under Control in Missouri County. Firmer! Get Prompt Co-operation In Any Move for Qood of Farming I Practical Valut ef Farm Du. rtau la Demonstrated. (I'rr'"l by Iha l'nlll Ststn rwport mvnt of Agriculture ) A wedl-mcant effort In ll'l" tn give rip elcmonslnitlons In lii'C rliolirn .iicclnntlnn In Duukln mtuity, Mo., ulliil utterly. , Hut In MIS O.T0O lings on 421 farms in that county were vaccinated be tween April 8 nnil September 20, and cholera li now apparently unilcr con irol there". In 1017 the farmer of Dunlin coun ty had no centrnl organization of Hogt Kept Under Unhealthfut Con. ditlont. their own tlirongli which n campaign against liotc cholera could bo con. ducted. In IMS they had n fur in bureau, with active committees tn e'very com mnnUy In the county which accounts for the difference. Now they enn get prompt co-operation In nny mine for the Rood of farming. Hoc rlinlirn linil lone lievn Inking toll of the hiigs of Pmikln rounty, mid In April, 11)17. the county burenu decld"! to Inaugurate n general enidlentlon campaign. Dich ccinnmiilty romiultlee was notified that the county ncent nnd n vi'terlnnrlnn of the United States department of ugrl rulturo would visit the community on a certain dnle. pnnil to vaccinate hogs, riirmeni were urge-el to get their hogs Into pens beforehand, n neces sary preliminary, an hogs nro ordi narily nllnwed to run nt lareie In that region. Tlio response to the npnl of Hie local committee-man wni prompt nnd general, Hogs wife offered for vac clnnllon In every community In the county. In n kliort time Ti) onlmnls, on Xf farms, hud been given the slinultnnceiut trentment, nnd the ills eiiso was apparently checked. A few uiiks later, however, other outbreak occurred nnd the work wb resumed, 1.2ID hoc, on 74 farm, being vuccl nati'd. Now, although hog iliotem linn not been Mumped out altogether. It Is apparently uiujor control mid Its vir tual erndlnttlnn seems nisured, almo tlm fanner of the region have been convinced by uctunl ehsnonslrntlon of the value of vaccination. Tho campaign has shown, also, the practical value of tin- form bureau or ganization. Without the uld of the farmers' own organization, the county agent urnl the federal veterinarian would have been almost imwerloss to accomplish much In meeting the emer gency. MAKE FARMHOUSE CHEERFUL An Investment That Drlnaa Profitable Returns Wholeiome Relaxation la Needed. (Prepared by the Unit! States Depart ment of Agriculture ) Arnrt from the esthetic vnlnn tn bo derlveil from It, be.'iutlfjlng the farm dwelling, modernizing lis equipment, Is good business. It Is nn Investment that brings profitable returns. The farmer and his family need wholesome relaxation Just as much as nny person 'constantly employed. Tho homo Iinuhl bo tho plnco In which to ob tain It. An nttracllve- dwelling with mi Invit ing approach acts as n magnet on tho tired toller. Tho sight of flowers and -n well-kept lawn la n relief from the 'rnh clods of tho plowed field, the Tightness of tho blossoms il change from tho sameness In tho color of growing crops. A cheery Interior nt once dispels euro and bright rooms Induce rest. Bvcry dollar Judiciously spent on labor-saving devices nnd for ninltiiry conveniences Is an Investment, mid labor-saving contrivances n necessity hi these days of enlightenment. Tluv save wear uud tear on tho human nu jchlaa and prolong, life. . : mm Having sold our farm, four and one-Jialf miles from Lancas ter, on the Crab Orchard pike, we will on i tic AT TEN O'CLOCK sell to the highest and best bidder, the following personal prop erty, to-wit: One Jack 5 years old, this is one of the Best Jacks in the State, is 15 3-4 hands high, Black with While points, and is a great breeder. One Jack 4 years old, Black with White Points, 15 hands high. One Jackt 3 years old, Black with White Points, 15 hands high. These Jacks are in fine shape and ready for the One Percheon Stallion; this horse is a great breeder, and Sure. One Saddle Stallion, Walking Pat, better known as the old Todd Horse. One pair Percheon mares in foal to Jack; One Percheon filly coming 2 years old; One pair 5 year old mare mules, good workers; Three 3-year old mare mules, broke to work; One pair Per cheon Geldings, (5 years old, the best team in the county; One six year old Mare in foal; One yearling Saddle filly, by Blue Chester and dam by Preston; One sorrel gelding, 5 years old and a good one; 2 good Work side; One registered Jersey heifer; One Jersey cow and a splendid milker; Two Studebaker good as new; Two sets of ters and numerous other things. One saddle and bridle, good as new; Two turning plows; One Disc harrow; One section Harrow; Some Double shovels, hoes, and other things too numerous to mention. One Grist Mill, with G horse-power gasoline Engine, good as new; One pair of horse clippers; Two steel oil tanks, one 50 gallon and one 30 gallon. Three Stands of Bees; Some em pty gums; Some Household and Kitchen Furniture and about 100 Chickens. TERMS EASY Oiile W. T. KING, Aucdoneer. HRADSIIAW MILL. Mr. nnd Mrs. Ilurton Sanders were in Klcliuiuml, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Ilurton Sunders were In I'nlnt I.lck, Monday, on business. Mr. mul Mrs. S. N. Sanders were in Itichniond Momtuy to attend tho buii.il of Mr. Slo Asblll. Mr. nnd Mrs. It. A. Uronddtis nnd family, were uucsts of Mr. and Mrs. Ilurton Sanders Thursday. Mrs. Jesse Knst nnd littlo daughter r'lorn H. and Mnrtha, were visitors of Mrs. Ilnscom I'rewitt Thursday. Chester Anion Broaddua and ltoy C. Long were with their Krnndinother Mrs. Susan Urouddus, Wednesday night, v Mr. l'lovd Snvder and littlo son. iiurliin, wus with Mr, nnd Mrs. Bur ton Sunders und Mrs. Roberts, Wed nesday night. Mr. Klilah linker of Ninn who has been in, ill health, was a visitor of his ron, Curl, Saturday. Kvcry ono was Hind to sco him out again. Luther Wilson Pruitt, little son of Mr. imd Mrs. C. C. Twltt, who has sday, Season. Mares, both in foal to Jack. One registered Jersey Cow with calf by Farming Implements. wagons, good as new; wagon harness, one with AND MADE KNOWN ON DAY OF SALE. and had u bnd caso of measles, is now sutlering with bronchial pneumonln. MARKSBUKY Mrs. I vie Pointer is ill with flu, Mrs. Knnny Pollard who has been sick, is reported lettejr, Mr. Joshun Sutton lias been quite sick but is reported better, Mrs. Courtney Hobcrts who has pneumonia, wns reported not so well. Mr. nnd Mrs. Morelaml entertained licv, and Mrs. J. W. Malum nt n six o'clock dinner for her parents, Pr. and Mrs. II. A. Dnwei. Kcv. J. W. Mahan went Sunday to preach at n little church near Snlvisu. It is thought that tic will be called to this church in connection with his church at Snlvisn, whero he lias been unanimously culled for one-half time. Mr. W. D, Marksbury was culled to Lexington week before last to see his son, Mr. W. I. Marksbury, who was ill at tho Rood Samaritan Hospital. His case baffled the attending physicians who gave the family little hope of his recovery. .Mch two good buggies and harness; two hay Frames, Leather tugs; some extra collars, bridles, hal M ard A large crowd was in evidence at the sale of Ash Arnold which he held for Mr j. Georgia A, Arnold, Inst Thursday. Kverything sold well nnd the farming implements brought high values. Sheep with lambs J 24 per bend, 1 sow nnd 0 pigs, $00j 2 mule colts $75 ench, Corn in crib $8.83 a barrel; Drood marcs $25 nnd $35. 1 work mule $175: brood suws $35.. $40. Milk rowi $110 $125.50. 40 shouts $& per head. J'AINT LICK C. S. Kllii wns in Uitoiifa Friday and Saturday. Miss Ora Kstridgc closed her school at Kirksville, Friday. Mr. J. L. Coldiron wits in Lexing ton on business Monday. Mrs. John White is visiting her daughter, Mrs. II. G. Woods. Misses Mnry Mae und Klizabctli Walker spent the week end at home. Friends were glad to see Miss Stella McWhortcr back in Paint Lick this week. Les Shepherd shipped t yearling AIL 4 Two yearling Heifers. eJofffirSOn. calf to Irvine recently for which he received tlo. The little daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. II. W. Kstrldgo has been real sick but is some better. Friends of Mrs. Harry McWIiorter are glad to know she is up after nn nttnek of the llu. Friends of .Miss Fanny Klild are ghd to welcome her hack to her old position at the bank. Mr. Felix Kstridgc who has been ill at his sisters Mrs. Vina McWIiorter, is reported to have pneumonia. Fred Hull and daughter, Miss I'm mn, spent Saturday night nnd Sunday with his parents near Stanford. Miss Myrtle Coldiron nnd Mr, Jus. Ingram were married at tho Baptist parsonage edneselay afternoon. Mrs. Arnold who has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. Ilurdette Ramsey, for several months returned to her home at Anderson, Indiana. Rev. C. S. Kills has accepted n mil to the Kirksville Baptist Church and will preach there two Sunday's and two at Mt Tabor each month. illllllllllllllllillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllli I THE PEMBERTONS Dy SARAH B. INOHAM iftlllllllllllllllllllmillllllllllilllllltlllllr 6 tiopynsni, yju, t,y ul8 ant jure rnn liptr Syndicate Ileth was aroued from her rending1 by n henry chugging sound. outlde Looking out she saw n young man 1 darting hero and there about n large tourlns car. Kvhlently something bad gone wrong with the machine. Pulling out bis watch he ezclalme.1 tn himself. "Only ten minutes to cth Aunt Sue on that train. I've got to make It mipiiIiow. All I I know what I'll tin. Perhaps I can borrow that horse I see III there." I'eth wns nil alone nnd grew quite excited when she saw the young man running Inwnnl the back door, for al ready kIic had thought that lie was rather nice. She nnsnered the hur ried knock, nnd tho young man snld. "Il.ciic me, mnilnin, but could I bor row your hore and carriage that I see out there? My machine has broken down, and I'm tn meet my aunt nt tho Hallon In eight minutes. I really must be there. I'd tnfco good enre of your property nnd return It very soon If" Ileth wns p'tnled. Should she let her prlrc hore go Inlo tho hands of n trnnger, nnd what would her parents say If he did? Seeing that she henltnted, the young mnn drew n curd from n euie, passed It to Ik r and snld, "You know my ma i bine Is yours until your outfit Is re liiinid tn job. You really would oblige me so liimh If you would let me take It." Were ln-r eye deeelvlnx her. or was It really trite Unit she had known this )ouug In., 11 before? While n nuug prl, nod whn visiting an aunt In New Yolk, she had met nt a party n toy by ills inline, nnd perhaps It was the same one. Ten minute seemed like hours now, for the jounc maid wns quite anxious for the return of the stranger. No under they hadn't recognized each other, for It had been six )ears since they had met. The Incoming train gave Its UMinl shrill loot and Ittth pictured Aunt Sue alighting from 117 with the assistance of her nephew. Ah I they were coming down tho road now. lllack Ileauty was pnincing along at high speed, knowing that her mistress was waiting fur her. "Well, we're baik safe and sound, and 1 surely appreciate the loan of your outfit. I see you ure guarding my car I mean yours, ha, ha. 'This Is my aunt. Miss " "Peinberton." Interrupted llth. "Pembertonl Did you say Fetnber ton? "Why, say, are you the Ituth Van berton that visited the Smiths In New York abemt six jears agol" "I think I can answer for that per son, Mr. Primrose." and now she dls plaje'd two delightful dimples. Hands were shaken nnd a rapid con UTMitlnn commenced. "You see we arrhed Monday from New York, and we nro stajlng nt the Durns cottage for the summer. It's sure Jolly to'tlnd an old friend close by. Now I think If you will trust me again I'll drive Aunt Sue home nnd then we can re sume our talk." Litter In the evening when Mr. and Mrs. Pembe-rton returned they were very much surprised to find their daughter entertaining n young man on the piazza, but when Ileth told them her story nnd after they we're lntro cluo.il he was made most welcome, and this ni'le-ome was n lasting one, for the following jour he bcrnine a son-in-law to Mr. Pe.iiberton, CANCER HAS VARIOUS ORIGIN Peculiar Customs, It Has Deen Proved, Are Frequently Cause of Terrl. rlble Disease. In parts of China where tho head I shaved by public barbers the razors used lire often dull nnd full of nicks, and the Irritation of (his scraping often causes cancer. Chinese men suf fer from enncer of the pharynx and esophagus due to their habit of eat ing very hot rice", which Is thrown Into the mouth forcibly with chop Mick". Chinese women eat nfter their lords and masters, when the rice Is cold, and they never have this kind of can cer. In India much enncer Is caused by tho chewing of betel nuts. In Kurdistan, India, the natives wear baskets filled with hot coals across their abdomens tn protect them from the cold, nnd morn than SO tier cent of all the enncer In that region forms In the nbdmuen nnd groin, w htle In other countries such cancers are very rare. Major W. J. Majo, war department lec tures. Use Time Properly. lluppy Is the man who early learns the Importance of using and not abus ing his time, for hours ami years lost eurly la life are moro costly than If lost In later life, when tho mind has passed Its formative stage and habits have becomo fixed. Tlnlo Is the qulntescence of democracy. To every human being, king or commoner, em peror or serf, It deals out with even band 24 hours a day, neither more nor less. Time Is the chisel given each one of us to carve our moumument. It. C. Forbes. Pointer for Charity Setkers. Don't write begglug letters. They're too easily thrown Into tho waste bas ket. If your charily Is worthy call In person and dare them to throw you lato the waste basket. Exchange.