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The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Feb 20, 1919.
DARTING, PIERCING SCIATIC PAINS IS SAVING ICE IN COOLING MILK FEDERAL RESERVE DOARD FINDS READJUSTMENT COMING AFTER ADNORMAL WAR CONDITIONS J ' Washington. Deflnlto cvldcncM of the beginning nf financial recupera tion following abnormal wf condi tions are ml forth by tlio Federal Itr-sorro Hoard In a rovlow of thn lYbruary rctervo bulletin. These rTldennw arot Increase of bank bal ances at financial centers, a tendency toward lower rates for money, lessen ing nf thn amount of paper lield by fYderal Iteoerrn and Member Hanks, Inflow of gold coin and gold ccrtlfl rate at bank. Indicating greater confidence. In the financial situation, and lessened demand tor monojr, and decline In the volume of Federal Un serve notes outstanding, demonstrat ing tho elasticity of tho Federal lie serve system. Tho board deptoretl evldcno a of the rrlaintlon of wartime economies, saying that tho Industries of the United Htates and other countries would soon need quantities of npltaL and that It behooved Americana to cnntlnuo to bn thrifty and pile up re scries of credit. "The return of actlvo ptoductloa and consumption Is being retarded." the. board observed, "by high cipensca of production.' Giro way beforo tho pene trating effects of Sloan's Liniment TOBACCO - - - TO THE - - - tsWl W IF& AS. ! ELR MILLWQRKER TELLS THE 1919 VERSION OF mm i SI n SH IE U U u L c? i STANFORD STREET "THINK OF ME CUPPINO COU PONS," ME SAYS. "IT DOESN'T SEEM REAL." v - fib I wtj orratl ujiiu vpArA the waters, for thou PIIBit lint, it many dajs." Millions of Amrrl-' ana can today testl-, ly to the truth of this promise. They have learned that the principle Is operative now aa well as then. Millions who never hail a savings account havo been Induced by patriot ism to savo their pennies and their dollars. As a result they now own government securities ami Mdong to tha coupon cllpplnc class. A start toward financial Independence liaa al most miraculously cnm from pome thine that nil their lives tliey kav oecn throwing away. They have lenrned tho possibilities of thrift and better citizens. A topical experience was told the other day by a day laborer In a Youncstown manufacturing plant. Here Is his story practically In bis own words: "Up to two years ago I didn't ka and Jl never hoped to have n rent saved. With 11 Ife and two kids and a little home to keep up on 13 a day It didn't look poaslble. "That's what I told myself vhen they began talking about Liberty Ilonds and Thrift Stamps I am patriotic. 1 wanted tn help win tho war, IkiI It seemed Impos sible to atrstch our wages bvyoi.it thn food nnd rlothoa and coal. The missus agreed with mo but we kept thinking about It and talking about It and finally wo be gan to II cur". Well, It's n long story and I can't remember It all. It Just aomcd to happen. First I rut out the (Sunday ctgnr and later the old pipe. Mother gave up a feather she wanted, forgot the movies and cut down on the food trtinmln'r. The kids went barefoot a little lunger. "We plunged and bought a First Liberty Imn ltond and paid for It, 12 n rtk We didn't miss a week. I'll neer forget the fam ily Jubilee, when I brought home that beautiful JSO bond. The youngsters Jumped up nnd down and Ma and I wrrc some proud. "That was tho beginning. Ths four of us hnd got the bug- Ws haven't missed an Issue. Wo now own J 150 worth of those bonds and are paying on our fourth one, "Think, of mo clipping coupons It don't seem real. Of course, we havo been In a terrible war, bat U It has taught many people how to save as It haa us. It bos done a wonderful thing. We're going to keep right on and I hopo there'll be more bonds and stamps. W port of need something to force us to savo even now ami the thought that we are helping Undo Bam helps push." c. Liberty Loan Levity I" Bald the Yank to his brother, the Gobi We've put Hun where he no more can rob And pillage and kill I wonder now will fhe folks at horns Finish ths Job." Tha HMktaaU a! ntlCS rCOUlf Sell Bon and call upon your loyaRy as dM m problem ofwrmng ths war. We Pay che Highest Market Price and Un- g load the Same Day. g i NO COMMISSION CHARGED. k Warehouse Phone 34 I . Residence 245. So !i tlioso rheumatic twinges and the loin-aches of lumbago, the nerve Inflammation of neuritis, the wry neck, the joint wrench, the ligament sprain, the muscle strain, and the throbbing bruise. The case, of applying, the nuicknesa o relief, the positive results, the clean liness, and the economy of Eloan'j Liniment make it universally preferred. GUNN'S CIIAPCL. ir I.ko Hurt u r.uite ill. M;. iier I'uft-rd Si.'.ips.a has been .11. ' Mls Inez I.und visited Miss Allelic MtCullcy. Mia Bessie. Tenter Is nt homo from the Danville Hospital. Sirs. J. H. Sparks wns n recent vis .'or of Mrs. llermnn Doolin. Messrs II. M. Kurtz nnd Sidney Smith erc in HarrodsburR, recently. Mrs. Marion Simixon of Decatur, Illinois was n recent visitor here and jit Nina. Miss lva Hollon was n jrucst of Mrs Hubert I.onc; of Lancaster Wcdnes uay nicl't. Mrs. Keltic Eait was here from Snturday until Monday with .Miss Lennn Hollon. Mrs. Mike Ray of Buckeje lias been ill at the home of her daughter, Mi- Cordelia Davis. Messrs John Lnnd, HukIi N'e; and Misses lva Hollon, Hernice Tenter nnd I.enna Hollon, were in Danville. Wednesday. , Mrs. Uobert Wliittnkcr of Scotts Fork, h.-u been with her brother, J. W. Dailey nnd family wiio have been II with influenrn. llessrs Jolin nnd Tom Matt Chan- kr have bold their farm to Mr. Mor ris Murphy. They have purchased tl.c farm of Mr. II. II. Hall. Mr. nnd Mrs. Hobart Teatcr and little son, John W., who have been nil Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Teatcr nnd Mrs. Loie N'oel, have recovered from their Illness and nre now nt tVir heme. ZS6 Hereford, Annus and Shorthon Sttcrs for Sale. Wrllit (00 to t.USO Itw. Cboire quality ir intcreH! write our wania. HARRY I. DALL, Fairfield, Iowa rj BLIC SALS 25,1919 p HAVING SOLD OUR FARM, WE WILL ON Tuesday, February AT 10 U'CLUUIS., A. M., AT OUR PLACE IN POLLY'S BEND, 4 MILES NORTH EAST OF BUENA VISTA, IN GARRARD COUNTY, SELL AT PLJBLIC AUCTION, ALL OUR PERSONALTY. Live Stock, Peed and Farming Implements 1 Extra good team, of 6 year old horse mulce, 1 team of 15 hand 6 year old mules, 49 head of Choice Shoats, average 125 pounds, 7 Good Brood Sows, due to farrow in March or April, 49 Head of Extra Good Black Faced Ewes, three tofour year-i old, "vvith lambs at side, f 2 Pure Bred South Down Bucks, 2 Jersey Milk Cows, will be fresh soon, 1 Good Short Horn Cow, Be Fresh in Spring, x 1 Extra good Short Horn Cow and Calf, Two 700 pound Steers; 2 Nine-Months old Heifer Calves, One Yearling Steer, 50 Barrels of Good Picked Corn; Several Tons of Hay and Oats; 1 two-Horse Brown ii -i i Krt,s.,rt Ot-iwl -ml .nlAn WTn tvr 1 4tir-i li riven itMinri line nrif lmnn ncnrl litif liffln good as new; 2 No. 13 Steel Beam Vulcan Plows; 1 Riding Cultivator; 1 Tobacco Cultivator; 1 Good Disc Harrow; 1 Double Shovel Plow; 1 set of Wagon Harness, good as now; 1 Set of Plow Gear; 1 Primrose Cream Separator, 191S model; 1 Cream Can; Lot of Hoes, Double and Single Trees and Other tools found on a Farm. TERMS MADE KNOWN UN DAY Uf iALfc.. C. and W. Slakeman. A. T. SCOTT, Auctioneer, Lancaster, Ky. (POLLY'S BEND) BUENA VISTA, KY. P. O. Insulation and Proper Size of Tanks Arc Important Factors in Reducing Costs. INSULATED TANKS FAVORED Ahcut E0 Per Cent of Dairy Farms Producing Markst Milk Use So.no Sort of Coding Tank Con crcts Favored by Many. (l'rt;icd by Die l'nlteI (Mates !rrt mint ot Agriculture ) lly npplylng scientific tests to vnrl otis methods of cooIIiik milk dairy ii ciulisti of Hie United States depart uitnt of iigilculturo Intro found Mho rilntlvo effcctlvenrM nnd economy of methods In inot common nw. IIo tween tlio host nnd relatively poor con str'H'ion nnd locution of mllk-ioollng t:ink, each D feet Ions. 1!',S feet wide, nnd Inchon dep, tho fedi rnl lnc tliitnrs found u dlffereiuu In Ice usl of nhoiit 1C0 pounds of Ice In n nine hour day. At the inoderntc rost nf 15 cents n hundredweight for leo, the ex tra expense of the Inefficient method v.i'iild be nhoiit $72 ilurlnK n hot- wtathrr period of 150 dnya. All tests envo result.', strikingly In f.nor of Insulated tanks s comrpirj-d with solid walls of wood, concrete, or pietiil. In iidd'thm, Imlldlng the proii er siv of tank nnd IihvIdk It Indoors wcr.- found to lie Important factors In roollns milk quickly nnd economically, l'rom the eNpcrlments, It appears t tut t n inilk-eooliiiB tank which hold three or four nil! his of witter for ch Rnl- Ion of milk results In n more rfllclont Uio of Ice than n tank of larser size. Cooling Tanks Largely Used. The Ituportimro of thee Mtidlcs to practical ilalrymen Is made cldent by the knowledte thnt about 80 per cent of dairy fnrins pnnhnint; mill: use some sort of coolln? tnnk. Not only nui-t the milk he cooled low enough to Lcep It bweet nnd marketable, but the reduction In temperature mtit b. secured ns quickly ns possible, so that tho milk may bo shipped promptly. In Its InveIpitlon of these problem", the department found a combination meth od most practical. ISy this method the nllk Is first pre-cooled by means of i E'irface cooler: then tlio cans of mill. sue pat In n tank of Ice water. Whcr th water pn&dnff through the snrfnci cooler lias n tcmpernturo of 55 de S,rtes r, n tcn-pnllon can of milk cat be properly chHled In about 20 rain utcs, or nbout one-third of tho tlmu necestnry without pre-coollng. Concrete Tank Favored. The coollns tnnk which tho experi ments Indicate t be best suited to the needs of n dairy farm producing mar ket milk Is made of concrete with a tlftht-flttlnc cover and all wnlls 8 or 10 I 1 ;f a Good Type of Farm Ice House. Inches thick Including n 'J Inch layer of Insulating niHterlul. The tank Is located In it lullk house and Is built partly under ground to rfduce the la bor of lifting tho enns In and out. Tlio amo piping which supplies (he tank with water may also conveniently sup ply the surface cooler which Is Install ed In the same building. When the quantity of milk produced varies much from seusoii to season. It Is bcetto construct n tnnk of two parts, making the larger part nbout twice the size of the smullcr. Either rnrt or both together may bo used no cording to the amount of milk. . Value of Inculatlon. In Its studies of milk In railroad transit tho depnrtment's Investigators found that Insulated cans or tho use of felt Jackets gave satisfactory results both lu summer and winter. The bene Hclal results were especially notlce ablo when trips were of considerable length or Involved transfer of rnllk at Junction points where tho cans were no ehellered. In summer tbo temper-1 uture of chilled milk In Insulated or J Jacketed cans rose very slowly and In winter tho same protection prevented i the milk from freezing. A felt Jacket one-half Inch thick was found to bo almost as effective ns ono an Inch thick In experiments made' under typical milk-shipping condlthsix. Milk cooled to between -10 and 43 de grees r. on the farm, even In very hot woather, through the use of felt Jack ets or Insulated cans arrived at tha market with but n relatively small rise In temperature. Detailed Information on the con struction of milk-cooling tanks ami methods of shipping milk at low tem peratures may be secured by applica tion to tho dairy division of tho United States department of agriculture