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Tho C9ntral Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Mch 31, 1919.
FOLLOW DEFINITE SYSTEM IN LOCATING TROUBLE WITH GAS ENGINE OF ANY KIND You Just Try NR For That 'Indigestion Get your organs of di gestion, assimilation nnd elimination working in harmony nnd wnlch your trouble disappear. NR doea it or money baclc. One Day's Test Prove NR Best Thf? jtcniiieh nntjr paitljr (Vtr tit" foot! w rut. Tilt jPHc- i Ihi.M.mI in tho ln(rtlnes tthir.' tin foixl It nlxeU witu bllo frcra tlio liver. It rmift t Ii rrr ns!W pri nn-I i oS- mw'i httfr you (t o, hco h'T ' A-y your tutilh Imnfti irlll Ih in i ! rf'Riilar nj clwlc work. !-- !''ir roatt taneim rltDM Uj ftu'l ttr rttX"l, -414-11" np luio THu nj. Hf Imi" rrlrntlMiy joar il v il ttlct Hnt Imr your on Ito riili i tvi, thr-i tlio Homn llvr nM 1n must work II s 1 ! !c I ' " l Eji l "Vou little rascal tJ.im! atone tie wr. didn't yo? I III lill lB El S Kept grandma wait!-! Oh wcU, it's all tight. Because filaj 19V J CALUMET 1 KB BAKING POWDER Is always titihU It'a worth wattlnfor. Always wri Kf M come. Never shii- woik. Never fails. Never 1 1 1'lll IfllBi tM WMtrt minutes or materials and I know it's pure and 1 1 111 1 1 1 fllll lP ftii wholesome, as Calumet contains only such injrred'ents 1 1 1'l 11IJIII1 C (H as havr been approved ofiiciAlIy by the U. b. Food j 1 1 I III JMll lB &B Vw n uhtnyvu buy it)ou mi ukn you ust it LLli 1 1 filt M HIGHEST , H Iti a Lifetime Dusleejs. The content of tin- v blow's cruse hail quite a reputation In their (lay. Iiilt probably nothing oSe ever lasted as lone as the settlement of n large etate In the hand nf n competent ex ecutor. Ohio Stnte Journal. The Lucky Horsethoe. The superstitious ipo of horseshoes as emblems of good luck originated In England In the seventeenth crnlury. They were nt llrst deemed n protection against witches nnd evil spirits, and vfere nailed on doors nf houses with the curve uppermost. The custom of nailing horseshoe to ships nnd oilier sailing crnft Is Mill In vogue. Why Diamond Is Prlied. ("if practical uses the diamond Is not l "e destitute It Is, for Instance, the b it of all abrasives but these prac t il uses have iilmost or quite noth ing to do with Its popular esteem. 'J bat rests first on the iioor claims es- t ibl'slied by cost and scarcity, and. i ennd, on the survival In human be In.s of the ancient and snMige delight In hanging about and fastening to the I dy hits of stone and metal that are . l.ilghtly colored or shiny. I DC 1' " " Have Tour Tires Retrsaded We use the Dry-Cure Vulcanizing process of retreading not half soleand can rebuild a tire at less than half price. 3500 MILES GUARANTEED Also sectional repairs on Blowouts. Any make of tire. Phone 798. The Danville Buick Go L. B. CONN. Proprietor. WalBHt Street. Daavllle, Kentucky. n ii irit For Outdoor Chess Game. Chessmen, which range from two to three and one-half feet In h-Ight. made of aluminum, collapsible, nnd pailied In a special trunk, have been Ulven to the library of the University of Wisconsin. ,A Milwaukee mnu. now ile.nl. designed them for use In public contests, on large Indoor or outdoor chess boards, with a view to Increasing popular Interest In the game. Taboo. When anything Is forbidden, or Its exclusion Is ordered, Kngllsli-speiiking people sometimes say It Is "taboo." The wonl M derlw-d from a custom . once common In Polynesia and New j Zealand. It signifies something set li'part or prohibited because of Its be ing cither sacred or accursed. Tie sjetem originated In a superstitious ilrend of the Invisible twvers of evil. Fidelity In Small Things, fidelity lr. sm!!l thlnn Is nt thn bae of every great achievement. We In.. .1.1. f . A . 1 "imi iwitiri ims, uuii jt-( un (nan needs more to be kept In mind, partic ularly In the troubled eras nf history nil In the crises of Individual life. Charles Wagner. " t ir Gas Engine Used to Pump Water This Is a Homemade Outfit, Mower Wheels Being Used. PrfrarM by In. United Ftntu Derart tnent vf Agriculture.) r.'erjone who operates a gas en gine of any kind should learn first to stop and reason as to the probable cause of nny trouble wblrli develops. In most cases where nil engine stops, loses xier, or Indulges In some other Irregularity, some Indication of the caue will be apparent to anyone fa mjllar with the outfit If he studies the. problem Intelligently. Such study will enable one to nvohl tinkering with parts that are working properly. Kvcn should the cause of trouble not be ap parent nfler n little reasoning, no nt tempt should be made to locale It by a general cbnuge of adjustment or tinkering done In a hnplunnrd way, ns this method will add to the trouble. Fellow a Definite System. Not only will Mil go far toward In suring success In locating the trouble, but It will. In nearly cwry case, save time, for unless the trouble Is n very unusual one It will be limited In one going over. Practically all experienced oiwrators. In hunting for the source of trouble with gas engines, follow, whether conscious or not, n more or less uniform sylcm of tests. .lust what order these tests should take will depend upon the particular make and type of engine; the tests which can be made more quickly and easily should, of course, be made first. Prom the points mentioned In the following GOOD SORGHUM SEED RRFATI Y IN nFMANI) I UntniLI 111 Ws-lnnill I Some Extra Money Can Be Real-' ized by Farmers. Important to Keep Varieties to Bo Used for Sirup Production From Mixing With Other Use Cart In 8torlng 8eed Head. IPrepared by the United States Depart ment of Airlculture.) Rood. nure. viable seed of sorgo ,.. ...... r, i,. h Tr-s.iv In demand the last two years and n little extra money can he realized by ' , .. .... farmers In the sorghum belt If "they lll save the seed from their fod.ler and sirup sorghum varieties, eSpe- dally If they have pure strains of , Mich standard varieties n blink am- ber, red amber, orange, sumnc, honey, ' ourl gooseneck. In uddltlon to the demand for seed of these varieties for fishier and sirup production there Is u limited demand by sirup producer for the seisl of such varieties lis Colruan, Ited X, Cul ler, and McLean. The average farm- ?r. however, who Is growing the sor- gos primarily for forage purixises had best confine himself to kome one of, the first-nuiiied varieties. The Importune keeping the va rieties to be used for tlrup produc tion from mixing with other vurletles Is strongly emphasized. The sweet varieties from which seed for tuttiro wanting Is to he gathered should not be grown near nny other sirup or fod der variety. V.eu then the seed heads tliouhl bo cnrerully seiecteu with a view to trueuess of type or variety. With fodder varieties one can go Into n Held of shocked fishier and gather the seed In paying quantities by cutting with n knife the heads from the bundles or from the Individual stalks. It the fodder bus not been iouiiiI. The heads enn he thrown lu nlles at tho bnso of the shock, after he practice followed In husking corn from the Miock, hut this eulalls con siderable waste and It Is better to lake n team nnd wagon Into the field and throw the heads directly Into the wagon box. If the field has been prop erly rogued and has rljiened uniformly It Is more economical for two men to work together and by means of a chopping block attached to the wagon Imjx aeparale the heads from an en tire bundle at one stroke. The gathered heads should not be stacked In the field, but nauiea imo the farmyard and plied In long, nar row rlcka in an open sued, care musi be used In storing the heads. Unless they are thoroughly dry when sain- red Urge quantities thrown together statement It Is belle nl that nny oper ator who does not already employ such n system can readily devise one which Mill be best suited to bis par ticular engine. Starting Troubles. Always bear In mind that for n pis engine to run It Is nenxsary to buve a compressed mixture of vaporlied fuel (geiiernlly gasoline or Kerosene) ni.il nlr In pnqier pnqiortlons, which Is exploded by a hot spark uhllo the mixture Is under compression. The park should occur slightly before full compression, except III starting, whin It should occur Just after full com preson has mssed. When nn engine refuses to smrt. the trouble will, with a very few ex ceptions, be due to some Interruption of the supply of the proper mixture of gas nnd air, or to a failure of the electrical sstcm which furnishes the spark to fire the compressed mixture. It seldom hapiH'ns that Inith systems are at fault nt the same time, so the llrst thing to do Is to find out whether one of these systems has ceased to work properly. The Ignition system, on the whole. Is more often the cause of trouble than Is the fuel system, ami It Is ustinlly advlsable to test this first unless, on account of the construction of the par ticular engine In question. It Is easier to mske tests for troubles with the mixture supply. In n crib or Mn are likely to heat and thus seriously Impair their germinal lag The piles of heads sh .1 be examln.il at least every two weeks, and If any signs of heat develop they should be furiosi with forks to fori- "' iamage. where an in sneu is nni nvatiniiie ror ine protcc I Hon of the ricked heads they may be , idled III the open and coverd nllh h tarpaulin or with bundles of fodder until they can be thrashed. Allowing sew) designed to tie used for planting purposes to be wet by every rain and snow which conies Is Inexcusable een where wet crlods are infrequent and the total amount of moisture likely to be small. Seed Intended to be Used for fe.MIng imr- will not be Injure! to nny con- sldcrable extent by u small amount "-'"iTe. but wet seed especially during ii season when f reeling temper- 7' , " . '. A . Vv.. , It ..III 1... ..1. ,l Ilttlo tnjury to ' ' ' ,IU1, FARM BUREAU IDEA SPREADS Canada and Australia Ask Information on Plan of Work lo Increasing In Scope. . (Trrrar! Lr tho United Stairs Depart mtnt of Agriculture.) Inquiries hnve been received by the Pulled Slates department of agricul ture from Canada and Australia for full particulars regarding the organ ization nnd operation of farm bureaus lu the Pulled States, Indicating that Interest In the plan of work Is no longer confined to our own country, but that other countries are eager lo ndopt n similar type of organization. The f 11 nn bureau Is not only an or ganlzatlon In nld the work of the county agent, but Is becoming the olllclal ugency. or Institution, eduen tlounl In iharacter, for co-operating with the stnte and nation In meeting agricultural needs, and lu planning. administering and directing all phases rf extension work In agriculture and home economics lu the country. LAW OF FOOD CONSERVATION To Turn Inedible Feeds Into Edible Foods Is Great Aim Dairy Cow Is Efficient. (Prepared by the United States Depart' ment of Agriculture.) One great law of food conservation Is to turn Inedlbje feed Into edible foods In the cheapest possible wan ner. The dairy cow will utilize coarse material. Inedible by humans, such as grass, corn-stalks, and hay, and will turn them lutu iiiitk, wnicu is suit able for huuuiu food. Other farm ani mals are converters of coarse rough' aae luto edible food, but are not etodent the dairy cow. p ' r r r r , j- ftom l. it .ei, Hl.uus.K4 unJ eoiiMlja tluv If vou iirrt rma r.f t!'. manr it. J . for tun lo t r m win r muut fit rvltlio-t nut.' rlrif nftrrv. i.I, ( ymj rro t- i,at'1, inx lu. j fpi:i, hcal tic?, rn ti! ti nir-e. laJ Irrnth. ar. urn i rv ui, l-r'nu -try niel f t-1 your lir iltli nllprluc aay tbt aJJco nn.l gri it Utx if Nature Mmedy (Nit TtttIH) rlclit tintuy nti.l stitrt tfiLlnc It. (Jlvo It a trial fur a ivirk or two R. E. McROBERTS, UUCKKYE Mr. W II. fiiilley nnd family were cucsta Tliursilay of Mr. nnd Mrs. Writ. Smith. Mr, Harmon .Ilaney of Uinrastcr is viiltinc Mr. nnd Mrs. Illrum liny nnd family. Krances, the little itaUK'itrr of Mr. ntnl Mrs. Kemp Walker Is ill with pneumonia. Mr. nnd Mrs. Jesse Mill nnd cliil drcn visited her parents Mr. nnd Mrs. K. Ilonie recently. Messrs Smillle Hill and Hush Noel were iruests I'riday niht of Mr. and Mrs. Tnlbott Jenkins. Mrs. Dan Poolin iis.hrrc last week ith her parents, Mr, ami Mrs. Har rison liny who are ill. Mr. J. 1'. I'rnthcr was in Mudion last week the truest of his daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar llrndrrn. Mr, and Mrs. I.ee I'endletoii, and children were truest Sunday of her parents, Mr and Mrs Oronrnn I.ockrr. .Mr. and Mn. S. .V. Morford and on, Walter, were irucsts Sunday of their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Drumfield. Misses Anna Mae Whittaker nnd Kmma Smith, Messrs lleber Whitta ker and Iluford Smith were week-end Kuests of Miss Dnrliara Cullcy. BRADSHAW MILL. Mr. John M. Sanders is with his brother, S. .N Sanders. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Dakcr's child is very ill with pneumonia. Master Delbcrt I'rewitt was with his brother, Karl I'rewitt Thursday. .Mr. and Mrs. Ilrrt Moberley are re- JoicInK over the arrival of a baby girl. Mnster Delbcrt I'rewitt spent Sat unlay night with James U. Sanders. Mrs. Jesse Kast Is Improving nfter SMALL FARM FOR SALE. I will sell privately a small farm of 36 acres located 3 1-2 miles from Lan caster, on road from Gilberts Creek Sta tion to White Oak School house, one-half mile from railroad Station and one-half mile from good school. This is a very productive piece of land, and Will grow Hemp, Tobacco or anything you want, all this farm is in a good state of cultivation except four acres, which is in timber. For particulars see or write, MRS. W. D. GOOCH, Stanford, Ky., R. F. D. No. 4. J1 t try II 14 1 You i " ' t" tiu v.atvr for NiturVa nmc. (Nil T-tltt t on'r t'a n b t, rnougli i list lwfnty-r Uy. I. t lutri on4 It yuu t 5c .r cMlr iJit af.Motu r VlYm nil., in Ihivp- m n hmI vi-v xtar. n ftltntt Kit TuMct ara lfikn r ni t lopu M?ry liy th.a'a th ti t .rmf nf Ita mtiu Ntnrf nrmtdy l tli lt Anl aftt thtnpt you can tak- for hillou) hw. .oitRtlnntlou, lntlgrtlnn nrl lmltir rompUlnti. It ) mM, ur nittrrj anJ irruinmrntlnl y jour tlruigtst. Lancaster, Kentucky. an illness of measles. Mr. nnd Mrs. Willie Long spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Kast. Mr. and Mrs. IMd A tree anil fam ily were guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. I. W. Warmoth. Mr. nnd Mrs. Daniel Kast were the guests of Mr, and Mrs. Jesse Kast I'riday afternoon. t Mrs. S. N. Panders and daughter, Nancy, wire visitors of Mrs. (Irani Sanders Friday evening. Misses Mary Hardin and Mabel I'rewitt of Ilcren College, spent last week end with their parent. Mr. nnd Mrs. Cnmiron I'rewitt nnd little dnughtrr I'uth Cameron, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Karl I'rewitt, Sunday News has been received here of the death of Mr. and Mrs. Fount Cook's baby girl, (Iracie Viola, her death be ing caused from mcailei. INOCKSiuT PALS THE FIRST ROUND Comforting relief from p-Ia makes Sloan's tho World's Liniment Tbl famous reliever of rheumxtio ache, soreness, MiOneat, painful sprains, neuralgic pains, ami most other caternal twinges that humanity uSera from, enjos Its great sale because it practically never fail to bring speedy, comforting relief. Always ready for use, It takes little to jVMiraUiriMetiirHiMsgand produce results. Clean, refreshing. Atalldruf stores. A Urge bottle mean economy. H