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The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Mch 13, 1919.
WfcK HIS JOB WAS TO MARE BETTER AMERICANS He was never above employing popular means to that end. When ho was told his life story would mnke a bully photoplay, with plenty of punch and thrills galore "k FILM FOLKS WILL ENJOY" he said: "Go ahead, but no faking!" (He never could stand a fakir.) One of his last acts was to approve the finished production. If it Makes You See Red- white and blue more clearly than before, his purpose will have been achieved. Romans Opera House Thursday, March 20 Matinee 2:30 Night 7:30. Can Yeu Beat It? To prevent mNu of mtomohlles i device liss heen Invented Hint print within n locked hox n record of the tlmo nml iliirntlon of every stop made liy n c;tr to which it Is attached nml the distance and fpeeil hetwecn stops. Honey In Africa. Quantities of honey nre found In the African forests ny the imthcs in hol low trees. The lmnoy Is generally nt the summit of the trre, nml the men Watch for AlrquakeJ. . An KiizlKli nstronninir of pioral nence has advanced tlie Itasiry that there nre nlrquafcos, cntlre'y Indepcnd ent of eurlh.'junfcej. that nre en used hy the e-tplo-lou of meteors In he atmosphere. Life of a Fl.'e. nnifli-ncy exiierts have hern study ing files and find that the life of one of these tools, on the average. Is 2ri, POO strokes. To employ a file for more knock dnun the tree ...Id smoke the I '!'"" ll1,1no"1 I"'r'!,' nf ."f1""' hees out of their lodging with burning grass. The honey Is then quickly col lected and taken to ramp. It Is claimed, more than doubles the cost ef the work. I'opulnr Mechanic Magazine. Commerce and Art United. The period of Antwerp's great rls! to commercial properlty was nlso that , of the city's chief artistic production.. The mimes of Qncntln .Matsys and of Kuhens nre specially connected with , tlii ilty. for Ilubr ns was esseutlnllj tin Antwerp man, nlthoii;li he wns not, J like Tenters nml elder, und Van Dyke, n native of the place. Froos at Watp Eater. The common green frog 1ms he?. discovered to poess an Insatiate greed for wnsps. Tills extraordinary appetite does not seein to tie In the bast checked by nn occasional Ming. The protecting color of the frog, which sits motlon!es upon leaves, no doubt iVIndeg the most wary of Insists Into n s.-rso of security. Nynrk KwnlbK Journal. NEW GARAGE We arc ready now to do your work if you need anything in the Garage line. Wc have with us Mr. C. E. Shrader, of Louisville, who is an expert mechanic with many years' experience. If you have a big machine he is the man you want, having two years' experience with the Pierce-Arrow Company. We have a Complete Line of HICHELIN TIRES AND TUBES the best to be had. Come take a look at the AUBURN BEAUTY SIX The Car of Quality and Beauty. We shall appreciate a portion of your business and guarantee each and every one a square deal. CHRISMAN BROS. East Main St. Phone 38 Danville, Ky. SELF-FEEDER SAVES LABOR 8upply of Craln or Other Feed Kept Constantly Available Device Gaining Favor. (Prepared by th I'iitlnt Btttra Depart' ment of Agriculture ) With the Ingredients of n good ra tion constantly before them, placed so that they may eat at will, hogs will make gains more rapidly nml more economically than when fed by Intnl. The self-feeder Is growing III popular!' Iv It I ttlnttite ti .little, lie m.iiilis of which n supply of grain or other feed is kept consinnuy nwuinnio to ine hogs, n order that they mny always satisfy the craving of tliclr appetites Plus Getting Their Dinner at Self Feeder. with respect to the kind and amount of feed. "The Self-Feeder for Hogs" (Farmers' ltulletln IhkI) explains the ndvnntnces of the self-feeder und gles bill of materials necessary for Its con struction. The growing scarcity of farm labor Is making it necessary to adopt sys tems of farming which will eliminate a part of the work required at rush seasons. Such a system Is carefully described In "A I'om-ltelt Kiirmlng Sjstem Which Saves Ilnrve-t Labor by Hogging Down Crops" (Tanners' Ilulletin 014). FEEDING SHEEP IN WINTER Oil Meal Should Form Liberal Part of Grain Ration Where Coarse Feed It Given. Where sheep are fed largely on coarse rough feed during the win ter season, with little or no clover or nlfnlf.i hny, or no silage or roots, oil meal should always form u liberal part of the grain ration. Its laxative nnd toning qualities will counteract the constipating effect of the dry, coarse feeds, which Is the cause of most of tho trouble which comes to flock owners In the winter months. PIGS RELISH LINSEED MEAL Sometimes Used as Supplement to Corn In Feeding Is Cheap Car rier of Protein. I.lnsood meal Is sometimes used ns a supplement to corn In hog feeding, and when tnnknge or skimmllk enu not be obtained at n reasonable price this feed may become the cheapest currier of protein. Do You Want ft 6ar? BEFORE YOU BUY, BE SURE TO GIVE THE Dodge Car THE ONCE OVER. We can demonstrate one for you any day. Every "DODGE" owner is a well pleased owner KiNNAIRD BROS., Agents. 8 LANCASTER, KY. Net a Dad Old Cuctom. Until recent jonrs there wns a most respectable old Inr, In Warwickshire, Kngland, the proprietor of which was nccustomcd lo Imltc all bis patrons to aceoinpcny him nml his wife Sunday morning to n ci.urili directly opposite the Inn. On returning from sen Ice each customer was exacted to par take of refreshments offciod by the hospitable landlord free of charge. Fore it r of the Caucaius. The forests of the C'niicnsti In litis sin nre estimated at 12.tMi.ftil acres, chiefly Jn the I'lark sea territory, which Is nt the rati- of nearly tenty acres to mrli Inbnbltnnt. The forests of wi stern Slbirla bne been scarcely explored, but they nre statist lo be iim.lMi.iM) ncres In extent, more than half being In an absolute state of na ture. Hocky Mountain llemld. Wlideir of the Ancient.. It l my custom nery nlitht to run all otcr the words and actions of hn pnt day; for why tlmuM I fenr I be sight of ray errors when 1 can ndmon lh and forrlve myself) I wns n little too hot In such a dispute; my opinion might ns wriymic be -n spa nil. for It gUNe offilsi. and d!I no good ut all. The thing wn true, but truths nre not to be sk..i ii at n I nii,s. -Sene-u, IMMMMMt t LIVE STOCK NOTES'! MIIMIMMMMMMMIM. Pork hogs Is n pretty fnlr business to follow now, provided you rnlso your feeds and every attention that wo enn give tn mnke the best of bogs will pay us well In the future. Ornw Into the sheep business not go Into It. Iteglnneru should start on a rather small ecnlo nnd Increase the j size or the hocks as experience is gained. Itye pasture will be n disappoint ment If you depend upon It as a solo ration but stock should have grain nnd other roughage. lleef feeders found long ago that In order to secure profitable and consist ent gains all their cattle should be dehorned. Alfalfa hay Is rich In protein, n muscle-forming nutriment whkh Idle horses nre not so much In need of. Cnttlo Hint nre fed sllnge do not shrink In transit any more than do those receiving dry roughage ulone. I Knch cnlf needs n scpnrnte pall, for calves like nil other animals differ In their speed of eating. , When breaking tho colt, seo that all parts of the harness nre strong und fit well. Why some farmers continue to breed to the scrub stallions Is a mys tery. Avoid clvlne spoiled feed to th horses. PUBLIC SALE 287 Acres of fine Blue Grass Land for Jessamine County, at 10 o'clock a. m. on TUESDAY, APRIL 1st, 19 We will sell without reserve or by-bid in three tracts then as a whole the farm known as the Jes samine county infirmary, located five miles south east of Nicholasville, Ky., on the Chrisman Mill pike, known to be one of the best pikes in the county. In good neighborhood, with public school within 10 yards of the farm; two churches within 1 1-2 miles; good railroad station two miles from farm on the L and N. TRACT NO. l.-Contains 1(50 acres, all in cultivation, tho improvements consist of brick residence with eight rooms, two tenant houses with two rooms each. Two good stock barns, splendid never failing springs in the yard and all out-buildings. This tract is well watered by springs. TRACT NO. 2-,-Contains 86 acres, all of which is in Blue grass. Has not been plowed for twenty-five years; every acre will bring good hemp or tobacco. Tho improvements on this tract consists of a new three-room house and a new 6-acre to bacco barn. This tract is watered by jtwo never failing springs. TRACT NO. 3.-Contains 41 acres, all in Blue Grass with good water and no improvements. These three tracts will be offered separate and then as a whole, the best bid realized will be accepted. The entire farm is under good fence. TERMS Ten per cent cash on day of sale, remainder of one-third Jan uary 1, 1920, at which time deed will be made and full possession given. The re mainder in 1, 2, 3, and 4 years, equal installments, bearing interest at the rate of 6 per cent per annum from date of deed, to be paid annually. T. S. BARR, Wilmore, Ky, J. R. WILLIAMS, Nicholasville, Ky., Committee. or G. W. LYNE, Auctioneer, Nicholasville, Ky. SMITH and ROBINSON, Real Estate Agents, Nicholasville, Ky. JESSAMINE REALTY CO., Nicholasville, Ky.