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The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Men 13, 1919. 1 SEED TREATMENT 2 OF IMPORTANCE A. Rare Bird Productive Power of Corn PlanW l Influenced by Attention i Given to Kernel. nut u-nntTTiiri cnrncuTm: asv --i; JX56t'-!$9f1B I t ULU LtriCTII Or ROLL ,d8K, ? W MUTILATION MOST HARMFUL 4- THE 1919 BUIOK SIX Is cxtrnordlnnry and uxcellanc quality. Easy riding und made of that durable material for which the Buick is famous. Wecan deliver you the five passenger on order and.will be pleas ed to demonstrate. Price $1495.00 F. O. B. Factory Give us a trial and be convinced. Paint Lick Garage C ompany PAINT LICK, KENTUCKY. Think It Ovr. Upon the lil Hint every grnln of wheat will produce n Gcruuiti mnth 'iiiAllrlnn bn II u red Hint tin third yinr pmzeny nf n "Ingle grain Mould feed :n mm. PIKIng Safi Wily wrote i Utter to Mnta Ctami ami when li finished lir ;etl hl fn jIht fur n dusk. ' ". ,i.t the lllllc Minn- In way of exphmiiiloti "nf eour.e Sintii (Tail Inn tn m hi hell tr it matin' 1(.-".J ta off nnd trlk mi Chrl.thm tve." Flrtt Secretary cf Navy. Tin- hrt n'tri'tiiry nf the niivy was lU-iiJntiitii .Slmlilirt of Mn r It, tut. ap pointed III ITI's, ill lli' limi' of Adams' udiiiliilstrntloii; In' hIm, . nod through ih inliuliililnillc.ii ft J. tTirini. To Remove Oretsc. Tin- following method, ilrwhltol In I'opulur Silence -Mmitldy. ha !!) mhstllutcd fur the imp of gnottno ami "titer llijlit oil: It.HI Hi.' uirl In cnu tie soda lye; one pound fit n "gallon of .vter; then brush while the nrtldc nr lt.it. Caustic Mtda I n common. In! a hitter tlinn ordinary soda, since It uiw tn fnt or crrav tn dlsssilva More quickly. Step Mlghtr Up. If all our nitlutiH nu. I motive in dally life roitl.l lie iietunt.d liy 11 suit c.Mie4ou nml nll-r-Tnillni: Idtsi of fltllnc nurseltcs nu we co along Mop ly t. p for figurative ltt r of r.mm niin.Utli.n no to our nMllty in enprthly hold tin- next trcnih iihcnd, how miro Irvwoiil.) our fin- of slnikno, dila tor lne end Incompetence ho routed. Auttrallan Pearls. Pearls that come from tin- ront of Au.tnilln are of many kiwi. and rot ors Those under tin grain an sold liy ll mince, ubove Hint hy tin- grain. ioJh- ha n deal to ilo with the mine. Tlio while i-tirli pi inoMly to Knrope nml tin. yellow one to indln. In Aus tralia an oumo of good white .onrl will fitch up to Hi", but nonietlmi null only u firth of Hint niuount. Tin? jrilow pcnrN imiy ! rnll on an nv.TtiCf of iiluitit Imlf (tic tiilut of Hit wliltp oni. Repentant Patsy. M'ntilr ami Iter lllllo iloj. l'msy, ' r ploying In llto Kite tivli. Mltinlo'a i tua wan r.iklni; KitppiT nml k.'i ..titil out PiiUy. rziiilt? Iitr tn .1 .! mi rcc on tin- f rolily mtiiM'cI fl.Hir. Sin put Ttity oit on tho (torrli nml f.nti.l Mlnnlo In it rorni'r. In a f.w ni.Hni'nti I'litny rrrntrhnl on the .nr nml tii-gnti Imrklnc Mlnnlu fnl.l to Iht luotlirr: "Mnmmii, run I'ntKy limn- In no? llo'ti mirrj. lion"! you Innr him "iHilozlilncl" Thlnnc Evtned-Up. RM.' unlit liotno froi.i klmlfrgnr ti'ii with i llttli' in Ichl'.ir fir I win Ci" In ptil'lli" hIiihiI. Ii call lirr ! Iil ivnlhmrt So Hip oltirr ilny ltl I hit; hrolhir nhl to Ik'I.Mn: "(Hi, Hob, i..V i.hi hiu to In- your Mvi'i lhnirt." , lt"l llolililt- tint tin1 prorKilon tlittr: I lr lunil'i hither limn mint, hut I livr fii-t nln't." I Want a Man t t t t ' I desire the assistance of at least one man in this commu nityall or part of his time on a financial proposition of great merit. I am willing to arrange un usual remuneration for this work and-tran give cordial support and co-operation to the man who un dertakes it. Liberal advertising through the Press. If interested, I wish you would give this matter a thor ough and complete investigation. Call on or address T. T. Beeler 201 Starkt Bldg. Louisville, Ky. "Garden Suss". Tlio national war enrilrn commis sion repurta tltnt $525,000,000 worth of fooil ni prn.luci'.l on back yanl lots lat year Thin mi'iinn a re.luction in tlic cost of fao.1 which the families cultivation tlii'Hi' K'T'lvn woulil othcreUe have I purchased. Not only that, but the W'Hctnblci raisc.l in these Hardens! came to the tabic fresher and of bet-1 ter quality than voRctnhlOT purchned hnVi done. 1 Many people who made jtanlcna 1 nt a market or store could pojsihly , last ymr bemuse the government re quested It found plmsure enoutth in the unrden work an. I profit enough in ! the result to encourage them in kecpini; tip the garden habit. We welcome the lluck-yurd Garden ; as a permanent national Institution, j Britons Rendy To j Fly To U. S. Great llritian's largest airship isj waiting to fly. Kverything wiu ready to Inuncli her at Shelby, York-hii'J bu ul io-t at the moment the shed gates were to , open adverse w-jalhcr roiHrta werel icjil by wircleks end It w.H dciulej to poMpone the trial Whether or not the iurship will at tempt a trjiiatlatitie flight ii for the Air .Ministry tn decide, but experts ray she is capable of the flight. Al though she weighs thirty turn, sue has a lifting capacity of an additional thirty tons. Spceil of possibly eight mile an hour is expected and, in that event, New York could be reached i t less than two days. Main Features Of World League Plan. Kach member nation given three representatives, but only one vote. An executive council, consisting of nine representatives, olio each from the United State. Great Itntian, Kroner, Italy and Japan and four from nations to be selected. Executive council to meet at lemt once n car. I'resldcnt Wilson to summon the first league meeting. .Membership in league limited to self-governing nations. Reduction of armament to require ments of seTf-protection. Abrogation of secret treaties. establishment of an international court of justice for arbitration of in ternational ilili'ercnccs. War forbld.Un, even in tlio event of arbitration failing after submis sion, until after three months follow ing the rendering of the council's de cision. War forbidden against any nation complying with council' de cision. Arbitration disputes to bo decided by council within aix months. Trade blockade against nation de fying council. Permanent labor bureau. I'erman cut military and naval commission. Territorial guarantees by the lea gue. Kreedoin of the seal and guaran teed "equitable treatment" for com uierce. Kliiabethtown New. HORSES. ARE HICII You cannot afrurd to take a chance on your horso getting well of colic without a medicine, and the remedy o give him is KAUUIS' COLIC I1K.M KDY, a specific for horse colic, cuy to use, wen a seven year old child can give it. W, A. Dickerson. Shipping, Cracking and Creaking That Take Place In Shelters and Planter Reduce Productive ness of Plants. PnT'icI by M I'nltrit Btntcs l)!wt ment of Aurlcultme.) Conclnshp ildcnec has been oln tallied fiiuii arirnl line of work con (hi. toil by Hie Culled Ktnten depart in lit nf Agriculture to prmu that the productive pnwir of n corn plant I ttilluHK'cd by the treatment rceilveil by the kernel from whlih tin- plant grew from the time It ripened until I wo plimtiil. It hit het'ti common l.i. I. .Ik'e that Injury In M'cil corn ip"! I r. iluci' II gerinliiablllty. Thew luvi'Mlg: "nn. linn' exti'iideil t.i . nil gerti.. ' illy mid ileti rinineil Iho i f fi'i'l of wed treatment nim rodilc li'lty luilepi'iiil"lit of gi rinliial. 'It). OLtaln Good Stand. A giHid stand may be nliiidii.il by tlio thick plmitlng of poor rieil, ln.f ' llli nn optimum uliinil of I'lunl- icnui 'njur.il wed kUili i.liinl ore li"-i piu Jmlhe than Iho sumo iimnher fie i) iinlnjnr. il mm.1. 'IIicm' reMllts futl.AV ulien Hit- sitiI Is Injiire.l by lmrn.nl i iillii r niii'lltlons n well n v I II injunil by miijortlnn to inel-im-". freesliig and thawing. Jlei hnliiiiil miitllntloii of kernel similar tn the tlilpplhjr, cnirklng, and britillng lhat In Mime extent take plait' In tdifllwE nml planter rediKe the pri.ilueiveni' of (he phttit that grow from uch leriK'N. Reduce Power of Seed. The point of vnluo Unit ha been c tnMls'ieil I tltnt. lndpM'iiiUiit of he redity nti'l liidntH'inlent of gernilmibll- Hy, anj Injury to dormant 'sed eorn riltui' th power of uteb M'ed to product' i ft.iod crop. Sid corn of 111.) per itiiI germlnalloii, lalMirioii"ly m cunil from Injured seetl by Inilltldiinl rar-giTiPlnnllnn lets. 1 Ii". prii'ue- t-AA-.c -i1?. .-I- - -- V'1 A-i " rrr'. (!) I1 BRYANTSVILLE, ll naskit cf Seed Corn. live than seetl that matured well nml wan to eared fur a to make Individual ear Icstliu iinnectary. Tests under the name environmental condition of widely dlslnilhir varie ties have brought out the value In liiiig-M'a-ii dltrlct of making plant-liu-s at different period und using at least two varieties of different wii sou.il requirements In order better to meet (lie exigencies of tlio seavm and tn Insure u crop. FEED POXES AND HAY RACKS Faulty Construction Cause of Animal Hot Getting Feed Intended i for Them. (I'rtpateil by tl. t'nlle.1 Fwtis Depart ment of ARrliullure) In ninny Instance animals do not get the feed actually Intended for them, due to Improper jind faulty construc tion of boxer and liny rack. Jinny fu.l boxes are m tdiallow mid small that much foci I. wasted a the mil n.nls eat from tlieni. In ordtr tn pre vent this w lisle the feed boxes should be repaired. They should bo at least 14 Incite wide und 24 Inches lluig mid l'J to 11 In' lies deep. It I often nd vlsnblo tn food tlm conccnlrates with sllago to prevent waste. Ilny racks should bo constructed to prevent animals from tossing or pulp lug hny under their feet. All liny rucks should hnve n tight bottom to pmint the los of leaves and finer pnrlliles of hay. The leave of bay, cspcdully of Hie legume, contain most of tlio protein and lire, therefore, that part of the roughau'u which the am. mat need. A few Iioum work In rc pairing boxes and bay racks, and nt a very small tost, will result In savli.g Kiimclrnt feetl tn maintain tlm anlmiiU I In u Katlsfactury rondltlon. AT SERVICE OF ALL FARMERS United State Depsrtment of Agrlcut turo Give Assistance Costing Nothing. (Prepared by Hi United States Pepart ment of Acrlculiurc.) Tlio Untied Plates depurtment of nirrleiiliiim U at tlio service of every farmer. Not eery farmer, however. take uihnntngo uj thut service, -rue department's udvlci costs the fanner n,.ii.ini imt Hie nsslslnnce given may save Idm u great ileal both lu time nil money. (!) (ii I BECKER and BALLARD. I PHONE 27. !'.) I KENTUCKY. Ifi Make A "Grass" Bed.: Kor the past two yenrs gardens! have been gcVcn n great deal of at tention.. Now that everybody in town and in the country has learned I the very great value nnd pleasure a garden can give, gardens are sure to continue in full bloom. And right now is when the garden fever get a firm hold on people. 1'xtra enrly spring vegetables en the farm are a Very great luxury. Asparagus is an old standby nnd is ready for the table before most of the other vegetables have gotten a good start. The farmer who has failed to set out an asparagus bed should do it this spring. He can get full directions by sendirg to the Col lege of Agriculture at Lexington for Cittular No. OS, "Asparagus". Washington Was Busy Man. Washington was always busy Even as a farmer nt Mt. Vernon, hi was always on the job, rain or thine. That his rainy days were spent in perfecting his farm tools can be learned from sonic short extract1, from his dairy in March 1700. He wrote: 'Titled a two Eyed Plow in stead of a Duck Bill Plow". Evi dently this new plow was not a cc.n pletc success because u few days later he again wrote: "Spent the greater part of the day in making a new plo ,v of my own invention". If the Kather of our Country hr lived in the 20tli Century, he woul I have been one of our most succcsif' ' farmers and would most certainly 'have used much modern farm ma- Shakespearean Drldet. None nt the wedding of Shnke- penre are conventloiiul and nn thneglit of the ilSpl- v wedding that women are ml.l to l.. idsturl.ed tlwe brides who nil M'om s till) Incklug In the re serve attrlh.iud tn wotr.cn. The .ShaLeM'uireuu bl'ile does n.'it have to be coaxed tn naaie the day. Juliet, I'ortla nnd tH;.i fortnll their lover In lucMlonlru the ceremony, the latter twn hurr)ln their brldesiooms to church with a btite that Is almost un seemly; ami i have the testimony of Othello that HeMlomntm did the most nf the i-otirtlng. chincry. Retaining Youtlfulness. man who believe. thnt cnvlron Jlves thousands of lives said to ntly, "Oh, yes, t very man Is in i d by his environment. 1 nl rsfoclate with men who are full of oulhuiu'm, determined ecd, nnd who feel that there difficulty that I too great for i to surmount. It keeps me .votilh . prolong my life. Whenever ' ' i their presence I feel n tremcn m unit of cntliulnni. a wonder rot for living." Kern Howard CROSS OUT ; With a mm 1 1 Western Electric & Washer and Wringer Ti- .. , II J UU VVVT1. 41. -- vC llil-'.- the greatest bulwar in your weekly iicuschola'wcfk your ...... I IITl. it uiiavvci www it Aii, c ifi...i.i..r ,'.st?-. ii ll , . SAJic answer of . vsry Isourswlfc vh.3e vailh'in; is dor.s tht ol'(j-fasl;icnev.l clctheb de strcvips washboartland-tub jBuUuse a Western Ekctrfc r. S Washer and Wringer and you crosscut, eliminate, washing troubles. a cost of alibut threecents n.wcci for current , 1 i i ff? At your ciotnes arc wasnea Dy ciecincicv nnu watrita cleaner-better easier than ever 'before. Wc can't tfllf vou all about the tnacical marhins lie re butif you call on us we'll show you onc operttte it and arrange, if you will, for a derojnstra tiojr in your home. Cross out your wpshiai; trilbies. Wash Electrically. LetUs Tell You Hipwl B1STIN BROTHERS, LANCASTER.