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Williamsport Review Republican (Newspaper) - July 5, 1917, Williamsport, Indiana The . A a a Fly 5, lol you a woman a take the a gel / even if it Cost you Good Money to have an expert test your Battery regularly you d have it done just to be sure that it would t suddenly quit cold. But for the asking at the Willard service station you can get a Willard service card that entitles you to Semi to monthly hydrometer tests by our Bat bless amp the old Stone shop North Perry Street Tery experts. And the hydrometer test is the Best insurance against Battery trouble. If you do no into trouble however we can do your impair Job right and no matter what Malce or Model of car via have a rental Battery for your use while the work is being done. Come in at once for a service card then use it regularly. Ron Attica Indiana the average Reform a. National crop Prapro Vemont the average reformer having so Little at stake himself plunges about like a Bull in a China shop regardless of the results of his ardor. An amusing incident is told of the Secretary of Commerce. The can manufacturers put up a howl that unless they could get tin plate to make up no Canning of fruits and vegetables could be done so without looking Over the Field it is said that an order was made that steel was to be diverted by the manufacturers from other projects and put at the disposal of the can manufacturers. It looked All right on the face of it but when the manufacturers of harvesting machinery demanded steel which they contracted for and found that there was not steel for aprons it having been diverted to cans a hurry up Call modifying the order was issued so that our harvesting machines could he made in time for the growing crop. Liis illustrates How Many plans Are ignorantly made robbing Peter to pay Paul. Every enthusiast who has a pet Reform which is alwa3 s hitting some other business instead of his own never looks around to see what the effect will be before he plunges. The manufacturers of feed and the most successful feeders in the country have a right to demand that that delicate machine the Dairy cow shall not be wrecked by Hasty legislation. Revolutionary reforms Are Seldom efficacious. Anything which disturbs the food equilibrium should be handled gradually. Experience has shown that the most efficient Way to handle Cereal products is to remove the human food first find feed the residue to Stock. Any other system is sheer . Tables ofd�6estible nutrients and Energy values compiled from Henry amp Morrison 1915 edition Massachusetts 1911 annual report Pennsylvania bulletin 114. A National crop improvement service do armsby corrections a a Kellner. Digestible total pro nutria therm Carl a. Mehaffey Tittor Nysa Law prosecuting attorney for the judicial circuit. Phone 179 kind of feed Corn meal dry. Corn amp cob meal Hominy meal. Gluten feed. Tein ment Energy t .9 83.8 d76.6 6.1 78.1 6.3 83. 21.6 80.7 Des gluten meal--------31.7 Corn bran.5.8 wheat .9.2 red dog flour. 14.8 flour mid.15.7 Standard mid. 13.4 wheat bran--------12.5 wheat mix. Feed 12.9 Oats .9.7 Barley .9. 80. 73.1 80.1 79.2 78.2 69.3 60.9 67. 70.4 79.4 k6s.2 73. 74.� 82.i 77.6 57.c d5i .5 6 6.2 k72.g 80.7 Williamsport Indiana xxx Roix Edwin f. Mccabe Charles Mccabe Koss Mccabe Mccabe a sons attorney a at Caw office upstairs la Alden outbuilding. Second door South of the. Warren hotel William sport. Indiana >0�� be 1 a a wrong feeding methods. National crop Ira prove rat it service there is an old Story about a ship capt air who had a Medicine Chest. A Sailor was sick and he found that no. 47 in his Book was the indicated remedy but alas the bottle of no. 4 7 was empty so he took equal parts of no. 40, which was strychnine and no. 7, which was carbolic acid and added them together and made no. 47 a and the Sailor died. The application of this old Story is that Many a fee Deiv will think that if a Little of cottonseed or oilseed meal is Good a whole lot will be better. And like the Man who it the Green spectacles on the horse and fed him shavings just after he got him trained the horse died. It is human nature to in feeds and the poor cow has to suffer for an overdose or an underdone before the proper ration is established. Malt sprouts. 20.3 70.6 46.3 Brewers grains. I 118.7 63.6 60. Buckwheat. 8.1 63.4. Buckwheat mid. 24.6 76.6 75.9 cottonseed meal. 33.9 7.5.6 73.7 cottonseed hulls .3 .37. 15. Linseed Oil meal 30.2 77.9 78.9 beet pulp dried 4.6 71.6 60.Corn dist. Grains 16.2 67.6 57.5 Rye. 9.9 81. Rye dist. Grains. 8.4 48.1 43.2 Corn fodder pod., med. Dry. 3.1 53.7 d30.5 fonder wet. 2.2 39.9 24. Stover med. Dry 2.1 46.1 32.5 Stover wet. 1.4 33.9 24.18 Hays Timothy Hay. 3. 48.5 d41.9 Alfalfa. 10.6 51.6 d30.4 red Clover. 7.6 50.9 d39.93 c10v.& tim.,. 4. 46.2 40,6 Green grasses Alfalfa. 3. 14.6 12.45 red Clover. 2.7 17.1 16.17 mixed Hay. 2.2 17.7timothy. 1.5 22.2 19.08 oots and silage sugar beet. 1.2 14. Klg.9 1.1 17.1 18.05 1. 9.4 8. Mangels. .8 7.4 4.62 silage. 1.1 17.7 16.56 and get Ternent of states. Ollice i door South of the Warren hotel. out. Ike Stravs should be spread. National crop iii movement service. The feeding value of Straw being comparatively Low and the fertilizing value being High All Straw should be spread upon the Fields and not burned or wasted. The use of Straw to pro vent Winter killing of wheat is now Well established. P. T. Martin attorney at Law general practice front rooms Over review Republican i John w. So Etton f j attorney at Law and notary Public special attention Given to drawings 01 Villa deeds mortgages lenses office front room upstairs in building North of court House. Victor h. R�1nger lawyer and notary Public 1 Ofick a unit Yiirs second stairway South of court House. Phone . Williamsport is Stravs should be spread. National crop iii movement service. The feeding value of Straw being comparatively Low and the fertilizing value being High All Straw should be spread upon the Fields and not burned or wasted. The use of Straw to pro vent Winter killing of wheat is now Well Dairy ration a <0 a it is the right Recliner and is put into your tire properly. The Market is full of inner tires and re liners some Are Good and some Are not. We know by six years of experience that we have a Good one guaranteed to give satisfaction. They will save you Money if used at the proper time. Let us explain our proposition to to Ivilo feeds a More scientific result can be produced by machinery. Nasonal crop Muto Remeau service As no two lots run alike it is very difficult to mix straight by products of Oats Barley Rye Corn Cotton seed flaxseed etc., by measure because it is purely guessing. Only a few years ago intentional fraud or unintentional carelessness was the Rule. Before the feed Laws were passed each manufacturer adulterated All the Trade would stand. Every car of feed sold to the consumer is not Analysed and the Farmer cannot become a feed expert because he has no Laboratory. Not one car out of five Hundred is officially inspected. In the old Days country Millers were throwing feeds together with no knowledge of feed and were ruining valuable cows and making the Farmer poorer. In those Days the feed tables were wrong the feeds did t fit the tables the digestible analysis method was incorrect feed standards for animals were not agreed upon nor Complete the animals did t fit the standards the buyer did t know what was in the feeds he bought to mix and there was an unavoidable variation in the concentration of the feed. _ these conditions have been largely overcome through the joint action of the government and state Experiment stations and the mixed feed manufacturers who have every facility for maintaining a uniform product. By using these scientifically prepared feeds Many a Herd has doubled its yield and profits. There Are some painters who can buy Lead Oil and dryer and mix and match their own color uniformly but the test painters of today have Learned that Mill made brands Are much better than anything the can re in with a paddle. The same is True in fertilizers to a great extent. In mixed feeds there can be no Economy in Home mixing because the mixing factories being near the Large markets can utilize by products to the very Best advantage. Home mixing cannot be accomplished at one tenth of a cent per lb., besides the result is never twice alike and cannot be without the help of a Laboratory. �z0 Eis j. Hall 1 and get Ternent of states. Ollice i door South of the Warren hotel. out. Ike the life insurance that is Worth while. Let us explain it to you. P. T. Martin agent Issue a Attica Vilca sizing co. National crop improvement service a practical test shows that eight tons of a first class Dairy feed will replace 13 1-3 tons of farm Grain making a proportionate saving of about $20 per ton and it also puts three times As much fertilizer Back on the farm As is in the Grain this Farmer could sell. T phone 499c. E. And f. O. Grenard Proos. E. Mill Street pm atonal crop improvement service there is no sense in hauling two loads of cheap feed when one Load of j High Grade feed will do the work and costs but three fourths As much As the = two loads. Feeding tables hard to follow on account of variation of ingredients. National crop improvement service for Many years feeders have endeavoured to use so called Standard tables showing the theoretical number of pounds each of so called digestible protein fats and carbohydrates. These methods Are fatally defective for the following reasons first the tables Call for so much digestible food. If there was such a thing As digestible food it might furnish a basis to go by but digestible food is really apparently digestible food in that it disappears in the body. Just what use is made of it is not always Clear. Some of it turns into Gas some is converted into heat and much of it is used in the labor of digesting and handling the food. In the Case of Straw and similar material nearly All of its Energy is used up in the labor of digesting it leaving Little or no net gain. Straw should be returned to the soil. Take two samples of dried Barley grains each containing the same amount of digestible food and one will give Twenty More therms or heat units than the other one Hundred pounds of digestible food derived from roughage is at out equal to eighty pounds derived from Grain so if we add together things which Are unlike we get no tangible results. It is like adding so Many pounds to so Many Gallons. So the digestible basis of figuring rations is very inaccurate. The Correct Way is first to ascertain How much protein and Energy a cow needs to sustain life and keep weight. You can. Get this from your Experiment station and ascertain How much is necessary to make one Pound of Pilk of a certain fat test and feed her As much protein and i As i.=i needed to maintain Huv Auu Sui ply food for As Many pounds of la ilk As she can make. This is a very difficult few can do it and we Challenge any two men to tackle the same problem under the same conditions and arrive at the same result. We cannot Tell unless we try to find out that a cow will not give More milk on More feed or maybe As much milk on less feed. So feeding is largely experimental As no two cows Are alike. However the Law of averages will hold and the feeder can save All this trouble and much loss by feeding a ration which his Experiment station has in most cases made say three to four pounds of milk for each Pound of mixed feed. There is one thing certain. The Inore solids and fat in the. Milk the More feed needed per Pound of milk. So a Good mixed feed which is properly combined and All the roughage she will eat will greatly simplify your feeding problem and a very Little experimenting will soon show you How much concentrates each cow needs to produce a maximum table at Williams Pori. A of Kast hound to. 54�?daily except sunday. 7 42 a. M no. 28�?daily somday Only. 0 26 a. M no. Ooh Dally except sunday. 42 p. In no. a. M n o. 4�?daily. 1 47 p. M n o. 2�?stops sunday Only.12 03 a. M West bound. N o. 3�?daily Flag Stop. 1 44 a. To no. 9�?stops of sunday Only. S 2i a. M s o. 61�?dally except sunday .7 07 a. M to. 1�?dally. 2 12 p. M s o. 5�?stops on sunday Only. 8 30 p. Nilo. 03�?daily except sunday. Amp o2p. M Covington Branch. A o. 3-j�?leave Attica. 8 00 a. M no. 37�?leave Attica. 3 20 p. M no. 34�?leave Covington. 9 10 a. M arrive Attica .10 10 a. M no. 3 5�?leave covent ton. 4 40 p. A arrive Attica.0 40 p. In tickets on Sale at this Cince to All principal Points in the United states and Canada. A Call Central in regard to time of train. T. G. Beatty agent. Daily thought. If we Are indeed Here to Complete Ami perfect our own natures and grow larger stronger and More sympathetic against some nobler career in the future we had All Best bestir ourselves to the utmost while we have the it Back. Quot this town would be All right if there were not so Many fools in it i quot snarled the Kansas City drummer whose orders had not been As plentiful As he Felt that he Des iwed quot but on the other hand or. Part if there weren t any fools Here probably you would t sell any goods at All quot replied the landlord of the Petunia tavern who was filled with local Kansas City Star. Touchy gentleman. In 1831 the times referred to the Earl of Limerick As quot a thing with human pretensions quot and for the libel the Printer was fined �100. And confined for an indefinite period in idea of being even. First poker player a quot let s quit quot while we re second ditto quot but we re not even. How do you make that out quot quot Why you had All my Money a while ago and now i be got All of Lamb. He she pressing invitation. A quot tou have a very bad quot yes and i m glad of he quot Why Pray quot she quot because i m too hoarse to scream if you should attempt to kiss a a Siim

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