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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 15 August 1918

LOCAL I. C R. R. TIME CARD. NORTH BOUND. NO. 'j2 Louisville Kxpresa 12.11 pm 1 02 Cincinnati Express 1.43 pm 104 Louisville Limited 3.55 am 136 Central City accommodation 7.07 pm SOUTH BOUND. SO. 133 Padi'.cah and Cairo accom... 5.10 am 121 Fulton accommodation .' 12.11 pin 101 New Orleans speeial 3.43 pm 103 N. O. spec 1.22 am Stops to discharge revenue passengers from Louisville and parts beyond. May 20, 1917. W. G. Chawiobd, Agt. The White is King. Are you licensed merits? up to require- Snaps in high grade wallpaper at Roark's. Good morning! Licensed what you are doing? for GoldTn Star furniture polish, best made, at Roark's. Slacker and tratior are fast com iug to be synonomous terms. See the strong on Roark's floor. line of Victrolas Prices are soaring, and goods are hard to get, in all lines. Trade with Roark, who teaches your dollars to have more cents. Red Cross concert at couit house tomorrow night. t Nothing half so good get a rub ber fly swatte from Roark. Roark for pian...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 15 August 1918

F ROTH LAW, I HE FLYINO WONDER, ' F " A tl'UKUS Hi a awn 5 Gift LA I ri 1 il V ;.: :i,: f . I 0'.V1XKMAT1.'' 'J No mere fceaaational, thrilling or I fried and Leo Sandman as princiyAls lpsn:r;u.? :-.:;-iit cor.M he imagined than ; The first-named has given invaluable r . " . . ' : . . , ' co-operation with the Fair as regards RuMi Inv, 5 aeriai performance in her , ; ' . 4 , the Sunday concert .arrangements and Curt-a biplane, in v;hich she soars higa : hi3 connection with the Choral .Asso nbavo th a clouds, or skims like a 'dip- j elation ' guarantees a nrusical feature f.lns swallow almost within reach of I of exceptional merit, and one which tl-o earth as she sp'rala, loops, rides vies with the great attractions off ere J . . , , i in Ruth Law, who is sister to Rodman tr-xi up-r.:ciR-Gown, banks, nose-spins f T .. . , . ' Law, the first human fly and one ol r. 1 -volpir.nes, i-nd visitors to ths six- tne most daring and remarkable, per- tecnt'a r.r.uv.r.l Kcntucl-ry State Fair, f...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 22 August 1918

i 4 4 j JOB PRINTING : t OF QUALITY PROMPTLY DONE. PRICES AS REASONABLE AS IS CONSIST- I ENT WITH GOOD WORK- 5 : manship. : : THE RECORD s Sf wk!LJif k 01 r! MUHLENBERG'S OLDEST AND MOST I . N 1 !? tfflJI It lf f Hi TP Ifl Ml 11 I 111 II SUBSTANTIAL NEWSPAPER IS UN- : i IO k W ffffe'Tl 5fc if- 'IV 41 V LS J&s U JLv JlM Z PARALLELED AS AN ADVER- NOV t TISING MEDIUM. I U t B V '"' GREENVILLE, KY., THURSDAY, AUGUST 22, 1918. 50c. PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE VOL. XX. NO. 29 AMERICANS ASKED TO emu to LIMIT USE OF SUGAR Must Use No More Than Two Pounds Per Person a Month if the Present Meagre Allied Sugar Ration Is Maintained. Stocks Will Be Short Until Beginning of New Year Ration May Be Enlarged Then. Two pounds of sugar a month half a pound a week that is the sugar ra tion the U. S. Food Administration has asked every American to observe until January 1, 1919, In order to make sure there shall be enough for our Army and Navy, for the Allied armies and for the civilians of those nations. B...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 22 August 1918

Am Independent Newspaper. Ptlr.I.lfTtED THOUSJ5A7H 1ST RECORD PRESS,. Lczg-OS&tsnce Telephone, Ha. 72. Oflf.so 5u Aur.Pi: re:r JXoarlt (store, ff.-ound ilnov. T'ie svb.v.'rlpUon v''ie of t,he paytT Is ;ay:v ble in Riivance, jv.h1 when the time Vh i-xpiivd o whiuU it is paid, the paper v.il'.be btopped. Cards of thanks, obituary notices, tf ., if uot longer than iru lines, will be published fret1. A cbarpe of Sc. per Hue will be raai'.e for succte ttif? linea. No variation of this ruli to 11 yvJj. Free sample copies will be mailed. Advertisements will be :ns-"ried. A rate card Til too. furnished on request. Address ail communications and make all re mittances payable to UfcCOS.l) I'KKSS, (4reenville Kv. THURSDAY, AUGUST 22, WIS. Er.tce.il at tie Greeuvillt, Ky.. postoft.ee as .r.irn1-!a.Bs wafer. This paper has enlisted with the government in the cause of America for the period of the -war i 'l t'.nv. is little in the war ne;s to or.couiJRe the great American squir rid. Lots ' f ...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 22 August 1918

LOCAL 1. (. fc. fc. TIME CARD. NORTH BOUND. HO. '22 Louisville Express 13.11 pm 'o2 Cincinnati Express 1.43 pm 104 Louisville Limited 3.55 am 136 Central City accommodation 7.07 pm SOUTH BOUND. NO. 135 Padncah and Cairo aocom 5.10 am 121 Fulton accommodation 12.11 pm 101 New Orleans special 3.43 pm 103 N. O. spec 1-22 am Stops to discharge revenue passengers from Louisville and parts beyond. May 20, 1917. W. G. Cbawi-obd, Agt. .Vote for GOOD ROADS Saturday The White is King. County teachers are here week. this Roark for pianos, Victrolas, re cords, cabinets. Mr. Hugh Bohannan, of Little Rock, is spending some days here with home folks. Nothing half so good get a rub ber fly swatter from Roark. Boys between 18 and 21 and men between 31 and 45 are getting ready to step in line. Several one-room patterns of wall paper at Roark's are offered at cut prices. Passenger trains have been late for the past two weeks, especially the local trains. Large stock of mirrors at Roark's Small prices....

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 22 August 1918

HUNDREDS . Or TOTS LISTED M 1 1 . si ,1. - W AX Y U U v. V; ft V ..vv .v:n v'n V ' V4. ft ! ii r V nit Si Q3. i 7 -Phoo from the Cusick Studio, Loui.sviilo, Kv. Thp;-" is no feature of the Kentucky or-.tie Fnir in v hicli spectators exhibit ('!-; - : interest than the charming n-! :-;)C'-t''.-.t!ar "Uaby I'assant," '.vhi'.h iii-.sls the Babies' Health Con Jfit on i'riilay afternoon of Fair vreek. li'lv rie"nt each year is entirely rilVrrent in ty".3 and is kopt a sur ;:!so to State Fair visitors until the I cur announce:! for its presentation on lrily. They are dc.nigncil to exhibit .cefaculr.rly the gifts and graces of .he t r.rce hnndreJ or more winsome ir.trroits in the Baby Contest and pro vido a. ielighttu! finale to a period v.'hic'a la at intense seriousness and importance to both mothers and babies, for it is in the Babies' Health Contest, Jr.tU;c;l ct the Kentucky State Fair in .1!'5:;. that babies between twelve and thlriy-six months receive an exam Ji.'iticn and georin? o...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 29 August 1918

TWIT DPPADn JOB PRINTING MUHLENBERG'S OLDEST AND MOST 5 SUBSTANTIAL NEWSPAPER IS UN- ? PARALLELED AS AN ADVER TISING MEDIUM. : lOF QUALITY PROMPTLY DONE. PRICES ; AS REASONABLE AS IS CONSIST ENT WITH GOOD WORK Z MANSHIP. VOL. XX. NO. 30 SPEED Tl n&io uiiii nmrrnminrr timid WILL UUn niDUlC ENTERTAINMENT OF VISITORS -A .. ' r. " '.. . ... l..J. wAt..Jfr-,,v.WM.&&3' Automobile racing, one of the most exciting amusements in the field of sport, will be a big feature of the six teenth annual Kentucky State Fair, to be held in Louisville the week of September 9-14. Saturday afternoon of fair week the "erack" drivers of the world will tear around the dirt track of the Fair's cel ebrated speedway, and will go after the greatest records the automobile world boasts at present. From $500 to $1,000 in cash prizes will bo hung up for each event, and the contestants will be a galaxy of stars selected by Kentucky State Fair Sec retary Fount T. Kremer from the world's greatest drivers. T...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 29 August 1918

Great Exhibit. mm rroRram. Ah Independent Newspaper. t:iiT.lMIEI Til If KrD ATr ST RECORD PRESS, Omv.v L. KoaKK.. Srcrt-tary. vkikn is. koAKK. Editor. Lezs-ttlstsncs Telephone, No. 72. Office in Annii rear I'oiM'k store, ground lloor. T I2I2IV1. TUe subscription price of tin; nper Is paya ble xa a.ivr.nce, and wuen the time '. as expired o w!-.ie'a it is pai.l, tU paper will be stopped. Cards of thanks, obUuary notices, etc., if not longer than ten lines, will Vie pubiiMheil tree. A charj?e of 5e. per Hue will be made for .iiicceed tig lines. No variatiou of this rule to anfODi, P'ree sample copies will be mailed. Advertisements will be inserted. A rate card wil ! be f urnished on request. Address ailcoremuoications and snake all re mittances payable to RiiC'ORO TRESS, ffreenville Ky. THU2SDAY, AUGUST 29, 1918. Entc-ed at tue Greenville, Ky.. postoflH-e as scond-claKs matter. - This paper has enlisted with the government in the cause of America for the period of the war ----- In Lva...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 29 August 1918

LOCAL I. (. K. R. TIME CARD. T '"'"WWH-'H,- NORTH BOUND HO. r 122 Louisville Express 13.lt pm 02 Cincinnati Express 1.43 pm ,04 Louisville Limited 3.55 am 3S Central City accommodation 7.07 pm SOUTH BOUND. so. 3o Paducah and Cairo accom 5.10 am 21 Fulton accommodation 12.11 pin 101 New Orleans special 3.43 pm 103 N.O. spec 1.22 am Stops to discharge revenue passengers from Louisville and parts beyond. May 20, 1917. "W. G. Cbawford, Agt. The White is King. Hurrah for Good Roads! This has been a regular fall rainy season. Snaps in high grade wallpaper at Roark's. At last we are Good Roads. to have them- Large stock of wallpaper received by Roark this week. Mule buyers were here Monday, but did not do much business. Golden Star furniture polish, best made, at Roark's. Good morning! Are you doing your best to help win the war? See the strong line of Victrolas on Roark's floor. Postmaster Moore was here from Centtal City the first of the week. Trade with Roark, who teaches your dollars t...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 29 August 1918

f t iiinii iiiiiiiiiiiMiiiii r Ksa as. tsars, wrv i . -yr-'- .. vsr- r stk&-rvw7y ww? bm uhi, GIVE EROOD SOWS D000 CARE Frcpcr Exercise nd Protein Feed- in Wintsr Vi!I Aid in Production of Strong Litters. (rrcrarccl hy I'.-.o United States Depart ment of Agriculture.) If the sows tlt:it are to furrow in J.T;:rch ;inl April produce good strong, virr-rous litters nd got thoir piss through sucwssfully to weaning tiino they must In juvjnu-ly cared for froia now un'.il tin? day of farrowing.- One of the biggest hindrances to the sows' farrowing j:ood strong, vigorous litters Is hick of exercise. During the cold sind snowy" weather hogs li'.;e to lie jiround the sleeping quarters and ho comfortable. That, however, ij just what they should not do all the time, advise tlie specialists of the United .States department of agriculture. The proper exercise for a brood sow is that which she will take voluntarily and net through i ice. They should ;vt Hit ir c rn ration hy hustling for it iu ...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 5 September 1918

: THE RECORD V : MUHLENBERG'S OLDEST AND MOST SUBSTANTIAL NEWSPAPER IS UN- ? I PARALLELED AS AN ADVER- I I TISING MEDIUM. : w -w , JOB PRINTING : :OF QUALITY PROMPTLY DONE. PRICES AS REASONABLE AS IS CONSIST- I ENT WITH GOOD WORK- 5 : MANSHIP. -----a VOL. XX. NO. 31 GREENVILLE, KY., THURSDAY. ----it - SEPTEMBER 5, 1918. 50c. PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE IIP BREEDING AGE FOR HEIFERS Time Depends Largely on Develop ment and Season of Year Cool " Season Is Favored. The age at which heifers should freshen depends largely upon their development and the season when it is desired to have most of the cows freshen. Although the larger breeds do not mature at so early an age as the smaller ones, in most cases it is pos sible by liberal feeding to obtain suffi- Splendid Dairy Heifer. clent growth so that heifers may profit ably be bred to freshen at two years of age. It is seldom desirable for a heifer to freshen at an earlier age. In deciding upon the time to breed, the size and development should be...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 5 September 1918

I HE A a i itdepefideiit Nev-;spaper. i"C1IMHED THURftDATH BT RECORD PRESS, owe t,. lotVK. Serrvun-.v. K'MAKK. liDITOK. Lenir-Oisiarse Telephone, No. 72. l::'crc in Annex rear Hoark a'ore, proiincl Coor. ;U tfflfi Hl UAH. l?i ADYAItCt. TUWMH. T'ie subscription price of the paper Is paya ble it H'iV.tuci', :i,nd w-iieo thr tin" ba-'i f.Tpii d o w'iic.T ii, id pai-i, the pppr wiH 'h alopptvl. Crls of &!iEttil3l.!tlt;i ry tintWs. etc., if uot lonjrrr t.)i;m ten iiTess, will le pnlilishrd frpe. A charge of r. per l'ne will be made for ; fiucc.ee. d f3gr lines. No variation of tbis rulp to aDyou. Free sample copies will be mailed. Advertisements will be inserted. Aratecard wil I be furnished on request. Address all communication ami make nil re mittances payable to RECORD PUKSS, Greenville Ky. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1918. Kme-ci' at tue Greenville, Ky., postoffice as seeond-elass matter. This Daoerhas enlisted with the government in the cause of America for the period of the war "We ...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 5 September 1918

LOCAL I. (. R. R. TIME CARD. SOS KOBTH BOUND. HO. ,2 Louisville Express 13.11 pro 02 Cincinnati Express 1.43 pm 1 ,01 Lnutavillo Limited 3.55 am l6 Central City accommodation 7.07 pm SOCTH BOUND. NO. 135 Pad uca h and Cairo aocom 5.10 am 121 Fulton accommodation 12.11 pm 101 New Orleans special....: 3.43 pm 103 N. O. spec... 1-82 am Stops to discharge revenue passengers from Louisville and parts beyond. May 20, 1917. W. G. Ctuwronp, Afjt. Oysteis R here. The White is King. Dig up and buy W. S. S. "School days" are on again. Large stock of mirrors at Roark's Small prices. Spurts won't win the war, hanging on will. but Roark for pianos, Victrolas, re cords, cabinets. Old Muhlenberg is being tapped for oil and gas. Nothing half so good get a rub ber fly swatter from Roark. Fourth Liberty Loan starts Sept. 28 get ready. Snaps in high grade wallpaper at Roark's. Men who have not reached 46 will be required to registei Sep. 12. Golden Star furniture polish, best made, at Roark's, Good mor...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 5 September 1918

, . Ii ' '. ' ' Z i ' I oilVkT . - -. . - , r. -. -- - M-;ilLW. TACTS-' PmrVi I If I )Wl llfifTM l PI fL-sM 's-rrr!rmJ&ia.. IW fi R F H H I n X F W ARF WANTED oiiMMrn ram iSr rrrD -ru ure 'J V -tUMrW $ r&r ommmcu mi.i un uhivo ; L? M!!XW Farmers Are Urged by Department of sincft Most of Fat Has Been Removed g ; ,n,uirrl. P AnrinltiiPA tn Stork Their Farms . . " . . . x ..a-."- - m oream uaroonyarates neeaea sf With More Poultry. to Make It Balanced. J FEEDING SILA3E TO STOCK No Better or More Economical Feed as Roughage for Finished Stock for Market. (Prepared by the United Elates Depart ment of Agriculture.) As a roughage for finished stock there is no better or more economical feed than fulage for it produces large daily gains and aids in keeping the r.ninials in a healthy condition so that thoy can handle other feeds more ef fectively. An advantage in feeding pilagn to hoof cattle that is often over looked, is that it enables the feeder to carry lfs stock for a long time ...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 19 September 1918

: THE RECORD : : MUHLENBERG'S OLDEST AND MOST Z SUBSTANTIAL NEWSPAPER IS UN- J I PARALLELED AS AN ADVER- S TISING MEDIUM. : . - r :. . I . ' . ' - I JOB PRINTING ! OF QUALITY PROMPTLY DONE. PRICES AS REASONABLE AS IS CONSIST- J : ENT WITH GOOD WORK- ? Z - MANSHIP. VOL. XX. NO. 3 3 TTi A SKIMMED MILK mm ifiiitw flu W . FOR CALVES 1 : . v; V T Since Most of Fat Has Been Removed in Cream Carbohydrates Needed to Make It Balanced. Skimmed milk is a little richer in rrotein than whole milk, but lower in carbohydrates. Since most of the fat lias been removed in the cream the pkimmcd milk will need carbohjd rates to make it a balanced ration for calves. A good plan is to replace a portion of the whole milk with skimmed milk, gradually increase the skimmed milk with some form of carbohydrates till all of the whole milk is replaced by skimmed milk. Fine ground meal is one of the best carbohydrate supple ments to be fed with skimmed milk. Some feeders cook the meal, stir it in the skimmed milk...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 19 September 1918

Ah Independent Newspaper. rrr.McHED thurs-dats bt IT 1ualk, ReiTetary. koAKic, Editor. Lsr-OiHance Telephone, Ko. 72. OfHc'.'. in Annex rear RoP.rlr utorp, prrotmd door. Tiie subscription piice of the paper is pttj-R-bl ic ,iv:tni e, anl when tbf- time lias expired o whici it in yaiJ, the paper will be stopped. Ca,rci of thanks, ouitnarv notic-OK, etc., if uot locjror than ten liticf, will be published free. A ch-ire of 5c. pec-line will be made for succeed tag lines. Ko variation of this rule to .uijofj. Free sample copies will be mailed. Advertisements will be inserted. A rate card wil I be furnished ou request. AdoresH all communications ami make all re caittances payable to KECORD PRESS, Greenville Ky. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 1918, ITTMO-e' at tue Greenville, Ky., postofflce as s.vcrd-riass matter. 5. This oaocrhas enlisted with the government in the cause of America for the period of the war- "Wc Must Make Sacrifices in order to win the war." WOOUROW WILSON. ."jrEcTivr. service reg...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 19 September 1918

The White is King. Good morning! Did the registrar get you? Fourth Liberty Loan starts Sept. 28 get ready. Roark for pianos, Victrolas, re cords, cabinets. Old hats remodeled at the Sim mons shop. Large stock of mirrors at Roark's Small prices. Good morning! Still buying W. S. S? Snaps in high grade wallpaper at Roark's. Muhlenberg ran over the top on registration last Thursday. Needles and all sorts of sewing machine supplies at Roark's. Call at the Simmons shop and see the new styles in fall hats. Orien L. Roark was in Louisville on business a day or so this. week. Everybody entitled cast a vote tor Uncle Sam last Thursday. See the velvets, georgette crepes, satins etc, on display at the Simmons shop. One of the 14,000,000 new sold lersis now praying that they save a little of the war for him, anyway. See the "Restgood" line of hau mattresses and pillows at Roark's Mesdames C. W. Roark and Hu bert Meredith were shopping in Louisville the first of the week. The Victrola, sterling a...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 19 September 1918

i D Liberty Sgurks V - i: '& the Vtotor Family pMMiiiiMiiMiiiiMM mmmmmmmmmm m : v The- MristptijiXof the Victor Family - S -J "l"Av Vi- J . hK Uir o si ' -fissS Clh''''-'-'-- S CAUSE' OF BUDDY HIGHWAYS V,'2tcrvVh:h F:cTv3 From TisJds fa Reads I Expensive to - Public Forbidden by Statute. J-Iaddy roiur; duo to wnrc-r which f.-.-.wi ii'i' i!io surface; of kind along i! highway into tho side nro ( x:'i !:.-;vt to the public. No ruih'tntd will t;iloi:Ue - a v.-ot rnndbc-d longer iun i.5 lH'ccHsr.ry to carry out tho drtiir.r.se work to dry the earth. lV.it l'orsrn whoso convenience depends iu no stv:;iJ iiion.-'tiro on the roads passing l y tiu-'r pv'ioiiy jvivly do anything to d-': I o injury they are working ti I!::--ves ;iud their neighbors iu 1!.c naniier moiUkisusl. Tho Oh'-rad-:) highway ccnimlrafoii l -'s .ilir:! toili-n to a statute which i;wik' '? il a liiiod.-inoauor in that flat.; to nYiv.w. water to How on a road and I'... i:-s.s;:vl tho l'ol'ov.ing notice 0:1 the ntij.'e...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 26 September 1918

At : THE RECORD : MUHLENBERG'S OLDEST AND MOST i I SUBSTANTIAL NEWSPAPER IS UN- ? ? PARALLELED AS AN ADVER- I TISING MEDIUM. ! JOB PRINTING : J OF QUALITY PROMPTLY DONE. PRICES AS REASONABLE AS IS CONSIST- I ENT WITH GOOD WORK- ; MANSHIP. 5 GREENVILLE, KY., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1918. VOL. XX. NO, 34 50c. PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE WWW a wm THE -el ii i .i .i ii W SKIMMED MILK FOR CALVES Since Most of Fat Has Been Removed in Cream Carbohydrates Needed to Make It Balanced. i Skimmed milk is a little richer In rrotein than whole milk, but lower in carbohydrates. Since most of the fat has been removed in the cream the skimmed milk will need carbohydrates to make It a balanced ration for calves. A good plan is to replace a portion of the whole milk with skimmed milk, gradually Increase the skimmed milk with some form of carbohydrates till oil of the whole milk is replaced by 'skimmed milk. Fine ground meal is one of the best carbohydrate supple ments to be fed with skimmed milk. Some feeder...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 26 September 1918

0J A'.i independent Xi-wspnpor. pri;i.iHE! Tiirr.''PAY r.x ' ?f COfffl f ?f ss, OitifNlv Koaim;, eor'-t;o-y. v!n-1!S. I;. !OAKK. LSdITON. LiFS-ZlitsncG Telephone, tie. 72. Offi"" in Aii.'if.t ror-ir Rivm!: stc proii'M-lloor. ctffis yeas, i.f advaSceT" T-H- sf)-.fri!Uiori pi :; of tUt- p;ij:.t Is paya hi in'. Viinc'. asiii v. :i--ii tli liiitt" V;-s e. iiirf-e o wllicil it ij Yi'.UX, Iho foiier will be stopped. Cards i'f ih.iuUs. ubi'ii.ir.v DGtices, etf ., if rot longer trinu v.t. lines, will bo mMI.-lif l free. A chs-sro oi pi'r liro will bp rn.-ub to!- snoopy il tng iines. No variation of this rule to fioyou".. Free sample copies v.-ill be mailed. AdrertincnorniB will tn iiieserteii. Aratecard wlJ I ' I v vnis.hcil ou veqiiest. Ai'i-ess all couinunicatious and make all re-m-itr-aces payable 10 K t"()FD n?ESS, (ireenvilie Ky. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, WIS. EvuteO at tie Greenville, Ky ., postcilioe as if'ovti-i!; s: re utter MIC'lUv - This oaoer has enlisted viih the government in th...

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