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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 4 January 1917

f i 66 n Next to a pretty girl there is nothing nicer or sweets cr than honey We have some especially nice strained honey. We also have buckwheat and pancake flour. Buckwheat and clover honey renowned for its fineness of flavor and sweetness. W. H. BMfNDl " EVERYTHING JGOOD TO EAT" 1. (. R. R. LOCAL TIME CARD. KOUT1I BOUND. NO. 132 Louiaville Express 12.2" pm 03 Cincinnati Express t.43 Pm 04 Louisville Limited 3.55 am (36 Central City accommodation 6.57 pm SOUTHBOUND. HO. 135 Paducah and Cairo accom 5.20 am 121 Fulton accommodation 13.07 pm 101 New Orleans special 3.42 pm 103 N.O. spec 1-22 am Stops to discharge revenue passengers from Louisville and parts beyond. Feb. 20, 1916 W. G. Crawford, Agt. A BROTHER TO CHRIST. Musing, and bitterly, when dusk had come, On one who read me wrong and did me worse, I planned his full discomforture, and smiled. Then, prompted by the spirit men call chance, I read a volume of old Mission days, When first the intrepid friars, a-thirst for souls, Up...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 4 January 1917

V TTU IT? .1. Souffle O.ncici C'i C2 Recommended S Gcn:'Ji:"3 T::.-.t V.'iil Ccp prcciatccl Crcztr. "iidjpa. i V.. VLii i Son nil OmHcI. riT r' t;ii!cs;n;nru!s jl' linijr. lltivo !;i!'hs;!.i::!'i:'s of pov h ml snu'tir. tlvo y:i:s ;!;rr;' v. liiU's )f o;r;c-, (.uciuarit'i- i' :i jihii f ( renin, mo iinl onc-lui'.r la'ilosni'unl'uls .f hul ti jj.r.'itiMl Kmiuiu r: ti.l. Work llio su.unr umI luittcr lo a ctviuti, add the yolks j vi' r-px-., cm- at a iin: :.ni I u-:i I up vi.u;- ):.i:--ly ualil (pi!'."? S i : . 1 1 1 and nv;ii!. . The first or srcoiid cron of fi-.ih will Vd! lin ::. m and ;i!wni ;a. t-i spoon- TO INSURE GOOD FEAR TREES Top-Working Is Recommended on Most Desirable Varieties Grafts Should Be Evenly Distributed. : v.i l.r;:!'h j.- v-:"y7i!ii.Ii.'ii! not !.; sit !: !: I'.-o laws . 1:0 1 it!. 'j I'or ; il' iiiit; show thy quality, some of which may he lindi-siralile. Sonic; varieties arc prrdisitosed to cracking, some to soft ening of the core, while others are knotty, and ...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 11 January 1917

9 IK JOB PRINTING : : OF QUALITY PROMPTLY DONE. PRICES AS REASONABLE AS IS CONSIST- : ENT WITH GOOD WORK- I : MANSHIP. : THE RECORD j : MUHLENBERG'S OLDEST AND MOST : SUBSTANTIAL N EVVSPAPER IS UN- ? I PARALLELED AS AN ADVER- I I TISING MEDIUM." 2 GREENVILLE, KY THURS AY, JANUARY 11, 1917 50c. PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE VOL. XVIII. NO. 4S . t. ' " f . - j mull ii iiiphiiii ii hi i II i i i 1 1 ii i hi wiiiii I lu III II GOOD ROADS WORK WONDERS Improved Highways Give Farmer Chance to Reach ivlarkets Bad Roads Decrease Efficiency. The railways and iulerurbuns have :iml are having much to do with th development of this state. The evi dence of their splendid work is seen on every hand. They have contribute! to the building of towns, the develop ment of rural communities and have made it possible for great industrial ventures to succeed. But they, while working wonders for the common wealth, cannot reach every liouschold as the highways do. The highway reaches the isolated man, which the railw...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 11 January 1917

5f THE HE . . 1-J t-li t A ;. .V .v . . . MTi.l.J-ilKI) Tli V UU&l p BT RECORD PRESS, Okikn Li. Hoabk, Secretary. Okmisx !. Roakk, Kditok. Lcng-Olstance Telephone, Ec. 72. OiBce iu Annox rear Hoark store, ground floor. CL1IS PIR YEAH. ADViSCE. TKWMH. ''ii' iiw'rlption prioe of the paper Is paya !' :w aiJvanoe. ami when the time ha expireil to hich it is paid, the paper wtllbe slopped. Cards of thanks, obituary notices, etc.. if uot longer than ten lines, wi'l l? published free. A charge of m. per line will be maJo for sueeeed if! lines. No variation of this rule. to anyone. Free sample copies will be mai'.ed. Advertisement- will be insp'-Te. A rate card l Ibe fumisbfl on roov.eM. Address all eommr. nidations and niaUe all re mittances payable to HK'OK PVKSS. Greeuvilic Ry. li l FSFAY, JAUURY II, BI7. Ente-ei nt t-ie -ferx-Hle. Ky.. postcffii'p as secoi'-lRSs matt r AeiNCEitiEjns. WE r.iv :i pllor'zt l to :i incr.in e T. .1. S V ., K K S ii calMli'liiio i'liv Cuiiiily Allium y. M...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 11 January 1917

CIRCUIT COURT n To Cattle Feeders Your attention is called to this import ant statement from the pen of the Hon. W. T. Ellis, of Owensboro, Ky. Dec. 22, 1916. W. T. Ellis, Attorney-at-Law, Owensboro, Ky. Glenmore Distilleries Co., uwensooro, Ky Gentlemen: I have fed your dried grains both to my horses and to my cows, regularly, for more than five years past, and will say that your dried grains are the best and most nutritious food I have ever fed, either to my horses or to my cows. Before I began to feed your grains, I fed my milk cows on bran and corn chops mixed, but your grains take the place of both bran and corn chops. My cows always do beautifully when fed on your dried grains, and my experience enables me to say that no better food can be had, either for horses or milk cows. I believe whoever fairly tests your dried grains will find that they are the very best food on the market for both horses and cows, but especially for milk cows. Yours very truly, W. T. ELLIS. Write us fo...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 11 January 1917

1 HIMKjJi IK III, jlll . FINDING OUT WHAT CHICKENS LIKE BEST if" 1 r f kbsSgSSrS? ill w.-. ............... , yr"oCTjww..",,'.vv--?.'?TT'::.'' v.-?f: TTT..... : ..ViiTTED TO SELECT HF. R OWN FOOD. A cri- (Ey H. T,. KKATFSTICU. Missouri cultural Kxperimer.i Station.) Perhaps (lu best way to linrt out what lu-iis like Is Vj ask the hens. At least hiit v;'s Hie plan followed hy the Missouri agrieullurn? experiment station in recent tests in winch weighed amounts of various feeds were plaeed 1 ofore the hens Mid what they loft of each kind of feed was weighed hack .so it was possible o toll what kinds of feed Ihey h:;d on Ion and what they had passed by. At the fianio time a careful record was kept (if I ho numher of eggs laid by each hen and her changes in weight. The lost seems to show lhat the lien knows better than many people how to select the fund that will help her f i: t in laying eggs and keep her in the best condition. Some old ideas with, regard to poultry feeding were proved ...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 18 January 1917

V" : JOB PRINTING : : OF QUALITY PROMPTLY DONE. PRICES AS REASONABLE AS IS CONSIST- : ENT WITH GOOD WORK- I t MANSHIP. - ; : TH RECORD : iMUHLENBERG'S OLDEST AND MOST i SUBSTANTIAL NEWSPAPER IS UN- ? I PARALLELED AS AN ADVER- t t TISING MEDIUM. I ; ' GREENVILLE, KY THURSDAY, JANUARY IS, 1917 50c. PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE VOL. XVIII. NO. 49 WiMTEH LOSS OF BEES Victrola brings the greatest artists mm BETTER ROADS IN MICHIGAN Improvement of Right Kind Making Profit of 125 Per Csnt in Wayne County Upkeep Is Less. Mimv spi-iit in ro;il jiniirovenuMit of llie riixht Kind is making ti profit of li2."i jut ((:it u yrar in Wayne county, Michigan. Tin' county spent :$-2,M!O.OU0 on con struction and lnainiciianco during tho ci:;!il: yi-ars from V.MH to 1014, inclu sive, and in this period the assessed valuation of property in the county, outside of the city of Detroit, in crease! from tV2,7O7,0iH) to ?114,51S, ll'O, or S2.G per cent. Of this increase oo per cent, or O00.0D0, is credited to road im...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 18 January 1917

WE RECORD' . PCUI.L-liEU TnCUMDATS ET RECORD PRESS, OiiiKV tj. Koark., S icrctavv. Ornsx L. Koakk, Editor. Loaa-Distance Telephone, No. 72. o:3te in Annex rear Ko;:flt store, gror.ml fioor. xi fLUS PZR YEA?.. !N AbYANCL TKRMH. i" --u tmori pt ion price of tin-paper la paya ble in ;i.Imuc anil ivhrn the time lias expired lu w'licli U is pa'ul, the paper will be slopped. Cards of t ii.ink-i. obituary notices, etc., if not longer than ten linos, will be published free. A charge o r . pir Hue Till be made for succee fl ing iines- No variation of this rule to aryoDj. Krec sample copies will be mailed. ArtvertiTincnts will be Inserted. A rate card wli IW furnished ou request. Address al! communications anil make all re miUiiuces payable to RECORD PRESS, Greenville Ky. UUSFAY. JAMMEY 18, 1917. F.ntc-pO : t .:f iJrrenvUit-. K v.. post office as c;'or;' c'as-r mnttrr. ANr-GlNCDOlS. . '1 ii nm.mmi f Y A 15 K S .lit- I. r r. i ri'v Aitorney. Mil J 'el to i! ,h iln- i."'i-nbl;cai! puilx. lYiiua...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 18 January 1917

Seasonable Arrivals for Cool Frosty Mornings Jones' Sausage, a treat you can t beat. Maple Syrup or Honey is very fine these frosty morn'' ings with buckwheat cakes, That wafervsliced hickoryvsmoked Breakfast Bacon, well you are missing the treat of your life when you let that slide by, Beans are high but after all they are cheap try some of our California Pink Beans, They are fine. TRY TUNA SALAD. Break contents of one can Tuna in small pieces. Chop fine 3 pickets and one pimento. Cover top of Tuna with this garnish, plate with lettuce and serve MINCEMEAT. Spicy and delicious, and now is the time that mince pies arc at their best. We have it, both in bulk and packages. EVAPORATED PEACHES. Fancy Muir Peaches, Now is the season for evaporv ated fruit, nimmm PENDENNIS COFFEE. is received by us every week fresh by express, The eiv joyment of coffeo is in the flavor and this coffee is just bursting with flavor. We believe in this coffee and will return the money to any purchaser who is ...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 18 January 1917

Seasonable Arrivals for Cool Frosty Mornings Jones' Sausage, a treat you can t beat, Maple Syrup or Honey is very fine these frosty morn" Ings with buckwheat cakes, That wafcrvsliced hickoryvsmoked Breakfast Bacon, well you are missing the treat of your life when you let that slide by, Beans are high but after all they are cheaptry some of our California Pink Beans. They are fine. TRY TUNA SALAD. Break contents of one can Tuna in small pieces. Chop fine 3 pickets and one pimento. Cover top of Tuna with this garnish, plate with lettuce and serve . MINCEMEAT. Spicy and delicious, and now is the time that mince pies are at their best. We have it, both in bulk and packages. GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY Mr. and Mrs. James C. Kelly Cele brate Their Golden Wedding Last Monday Night, EVAPORATED PEACHES. Fancy Muir Peaches, Now is the season for evapotv ated fruit. PENDENNIS COFFEE. is received by us every week fresh by express. The eiv joyment of coffeo is in the flavor and this coffee is just bursti...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 18 January 1917

THF .. rMcnintl til R fPFk bT-r. !U PUHIS-Y WAItn iKlTCilEN BLEACHING POWDER WILL KILL UNPLEASANT ODOR Not a Hard Task, Nor Expensive. .o Remove Disagreeable Smell From the Contents of Cistern, Says Prof. Newman. EASIEST INCOME FROM SHEEP Smali Sum of Money Wequired in Es tablishing Flock Demand for Them Growing Stronger. If the cistern water has it disagrc" 5i l I riiior it 1 iii:hIl' sweet ami msnl.l.i by treat ins with I. leaching lwtler, according to 1'. .1. Newman, assistant professor of chemistry in the Kansas State Agricultural college. '"Tlte rain water as it comes from Winn tissue change If-' slow and the supply of energy eciial: the demand, as in well-nonrisliod per- ns in middle lift- and old use, the (u:i itity of nitro genous food should be i.iiuinished. APPLE DAINTIES. It has never been disputed that sheep are of great, va'me on the farm. ' r"of is uitl llli,T,M,1-linisn Some men who have had years of :ractieal experience with sheep and h-'.ve raised a liok -in cev.nec...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 25 January 1917

G t., .... I JOB PRINTING j : OF QUALITY PROMPTLY DONE. PRICES : AS REASONABLE AS IS CONSIST- I E NT WITH GOOD WORK- I : MANSHIP. : THE RECORD MUHLENBERG'S OLDI-ST AND MOST SUBSTANTIAL NEWSPAPER IS UN PARALLELED AS AN ADVER TISING MEDIUM. o o GREENVILLE, KY., THURSDAY, JANUARY 25, 1917 VOL. XVIII. NO. oO 50c. PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE -j: ; : ' ; KEEP ROADS FROM 'WASHING' Colorado Agricultural College Expert Makes Trip Through Mountains and Comments Thereon. (By E. U. IIOUSIC. Colorado Agricultural College, J'ort Collins. Colo.) Having just roMirnod from a trip into iho mountains over the vrst of loads, a comment or two should not le out of place at tliis time. First. The road builder lias followed . lite lines of "least resistance"' ami has given grades as steep as 120 per cent. Second, lie has made no provision for taking care of the rainwater fall ing upon or coming to these steep grades. j Result. The road proceeds to "wash out" whenever a heavy shower strikes i 1hat section. I Remed...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 25 January 1917

o Federal Aid to Vocational Training. .-vi L:i-.lyi)eiident Newspaper. PCBT.JMIEI) TIIBR8BATS BT RECORD PRESS, Ohibn L, Koarr, Secretary. Okien L. Koakk, Editor. Lang-Uistanos Telephone, No. 72. Office iu Annex rear Roark store, grourd floor. 53 CEittS I YA. !3 ADVANCE. TEWiVlS. The subscription price of the paper is pa.va bla in advance, and when the time has expired to whio'a it is paid, the paper will be stopped. Cards of thanks, obituary notices, etc., if not longer than ten lines, will be published free. A charge of be. per line will be made for succeed tug lluea. No variation of this rule to anyon-j Free sample copies will be mailed. Advertisements will be inserted. A rate card wll Ibe furnished on request. Address all communications and make all re ccittauces payable to RKCORD PBES?. Oreenvilio. Ky. l':i set crr Iw I h r lnwpr h n'.isf nf con- I - jgress of the Smith Hughes vocation al education bill is an encouraging indication that the central govern ment is beginning to ap...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 25 January 1917

! ' Road Boosters to Paducah. H We arc offering electric lighting for the home at Big City 0 Prices. iOU NET PER K. W R RATI Is a Reduction of 16 2-3 per cent. From Former J""""1 mmm-i miiuii ii TP1 If not we will be Prices. -cs glad to make an estimate, and without obligation, too. $ Mazda Lamps On Sale at fore The War" Prices 22 CENTS AND fk JL a Be 1 UP I There is another good roads boosting campaign on, and as usual Muhlenbcig is making a fight for the location of the highway through here. There is a proposed "East and West Highway," not yet offici ally named, to run from Ashland to Clinton, and there is general interest in the matter. All cur roads that have been improved run North and South, and this proposed highway would prove a gieat benefit to the State. Messrs. J. T. Reynolds, J. A. Oilman, C. W, Roark, Judge J. J. Rice, Judge T. J. Sparks attended the meeting at Paducah last night, wheie many of the leading good roads men of Kentucky were gath ered to discuss the affair,...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 25 January 1917

M PURIFY IIEi m mE wm iilliilliil MMMilMMWIWi a b a i u a m buna w n w cs - ' . 1 1 oLCAvH I NG POWDER WILL KILL UNPLEASANT ODOR 6 WAlJliL- 1 EASiEST INCOME FROM SHEEP Small Sum of Money Required in Es tablishing Flock Demand for Thern Growing Stronger. It has never boon disputed that sheep are f groat value on the farm. Some men who have had years of practical experience with sheep and have raised a Hock in connection with oiln-r classes of live stock, declare that ihoy have derived the largest and easiest income- from sheep. From the standpoint of profit they consider: First, the small sum of money required for the establishment of a Hook; sec ond, the small expense incurred in Ram. i Southdown Wot a llsrd Taslt, Nor Expensive, to Remove Disagreeable Smell From the Contents of Cistern, Says Prof. Newman. If the cistern water has a disagree able odor it can In; made sweet and usable by treating with bleaching powder, according lo I'. .1. Newman, assistant professor l' chemistry in ...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 1 February 1917

- - I 666i : THE RECORD : l MUHLENBERG'S OLDEST AND MOST 1 JOB PRINTING OF QUALITY PROMPTLY DONE. PRICES AS REASONABLE AS IS CONSIST ENT WITH GOOD WORK MANSHIP. I SUBSTANTIAL NEWSPAPER IS UN- PARALLELED AS AN ADVER TISING MEDIUM. VOL. XVIII. NO. 52 GREENVILLE, KY., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1917 50c. PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE i RUSTED STRAW FOR FEEDING Value Demonstrated by Experiments Made by Canadian and Other Experiment Stations. There has evidently not heen much investigation on the effect of rust on straw as to its feeding value. Most of the analyses made show that rust in creases the feeding-lvalue of the straw. The Dominion experiment station in Canada and the experiment stations iu North Dakota and Minnesota, have found that the rusted straw has a larger feeding value than rust-free straw. The analysis made at the JCorth Dakota experiment station one year, however, showed 1h::t the straw had a decreased feeding value. The reason for an increase feeding value is explained ly the fact,...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 1 February 1917

mi umm A i Independent Newspaper. rOBI.IFHEU THUKMDAY8 BT RECORD PRESS, Oniss L. Roark, Secretary. Or lex L. Roakk, Editor. Lcng-Oistanoe Telephone, No. 72. Office iu Annex rear Roark store, ground floor. 50 (EfiTS Hk YEAR. EN ADVANCE. TERMH. The subscription price of the paper is paya ble in advance, and when the time has expired to which It ia paid, the paper will be stopped. Cards of thanks, obituary notices, etc., if not longer than ten lines, will be published free. A charge of Sc. per line will be made for BUccee cl ing tines. No variation of this rule to anyone. Free sample copies will be mailed. Advertisements will be inserted. A rate card wll Ibe furnished on request. Address all communications and make all re mittances payable to RECORD PRESS, Grtenvllle Ky. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1917. Bnte-ei at tne Greenville. Ky., postofHce a second-class matter. AMCIKCEMEKTS. 1AT K a:"C authorized to announce tf T. .T. SPARKS a candidate for County Attorney, subject to tlie action of t...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 1 February 1917

We are offering electric lighting for the home at Big City 0 Prices. i OUR RATE 10c. I NET PER K. W. H. S g J Is a Reduction of 16 2-3 per cent. From Former Prices. aa. i gi I IS YOUR HOME WIRED ? II 11 liui we win uc giau lu niaivc an caiiuiait, . uuu nimvui. oDiisation, too. . Good Roads Mass Meeting Saturday. Judge J. J. Rice has called a special meeting of the fiscal court at o'clock Saturday morning, to discuss good road matters. Similar action has been taken by a great number of county judges throughout the State, and particularly in West ern Kentucky, where roads are poorest, and people are awaking to the greatest losses we are sustaining thereby. State and National funds are available in larger sums than before and many countries are pre paring to qualify for an allotment. At i o'clock Saturday afternoon there will be a mass meetmgfof the citizens of the county at the court house, and it is anticipated there will be a vast audience, people from all sections of the county hav...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 1 February 1917

OS'1' We are offering electric lighting for the home at Big City 0 Prices. lb OUR RATE 10c ttw-tttt rxr-r ir r II ici fdk tv. w. n. Is a Reduction of 16 2-3 per cent. From Former Prices. IS YOUR HOME WIRED? If not we will be glad to make an estimate, and without obligation, too. m fSPEGII'AUj Good Roads Mass Meeting Saturday. Judge J. J. Rice has called a special meeting of the fiscal court at 9 o'clock Saturday morning, ' to discuss good road matters. Similar action has been taken by a great number of county judges throughout the State, and particularly in West ern Kentucky, where roads are I poorest, and people are awaking to the greatest losses we are sustaining thereby. State and National funds are available in larger sums than before and many countries are pre paring to qualify for an allotment. At i o'clock Saturday afternoon there will be a mass meetingfof the cilizens of the county at the court house, and it is anticipated there will be a vast audience, people from all secti...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 1 February 1917

-lIlIMIipilUBi H . h 41 RIO HOME OF PEST y PRACTICAL INFORMATION ON ERADICATION OF BEDBUGS. vice Simple Preparations, Applied With Diligence, Will Do the Work, Ac cording to Bulletin of the Bu reau of Entomology. The Aristocrat ofth Victor Family WWWWWW mSmSt orkiill Y s -v ii ii r . a na x izzs . attain ha s, jj i TRKii wui vmm n i ff Stiff wcwm 1 1 I II I! II. I GET BEEF FROM DAIRY STOCK Discrimination in Color in Purchasing Meat Animals Case of Recl-snd-White Holstein. SETTING TREES IN ORCHARD Of course all cattle can be divided into two preat classes those of the dairy type and those of the beef type. Li some cases members of the beef typo have large milking capacities. These we call general or dual-purpose animals. Hut all -cattle may be used for beef. In fact, it is said that some of the strictly dairy types furnish a splen did totality of meat. The reason why i Dual-Purpose Shorthorn. dairy cattle are discriminated against lor beef purposes is that the percen tage of offal as...

Publication Title: Record, The
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