National Geographic : 1916 Mar
Holstein Cows' Milk e *Bookae -Has Low Fat Percentage And on this point the advocates of Holstein cows' milk are content to rest the case. It has been proven beyond all doubt, by the highest authorities, that but a small portion of the virtue in milk as a food is due to its butter The Magic Name fat content. It is of greatest importance to the future of the human race that, espe G LOBE-WERNICKE is cially, mothers of infants should know that it is the proteids in milk the magic name that rep- which are the real body-builders, the strength-givers, and the food values resents an idea and an ideal, which make children thrive and grow. resents an idea and an ideal. It is not only the low percentage of butterfat in Holstein cows' milk that It stands for the idea of sectional con- gives it superior quality, but it is the fact that the globules of butterfat Sstruction-by which Globe-Wernicke are smaller in Holstein milk than in any other milk. The smaller-sized Sectional Bookcases grow as their own- fat globules help to make the milk coagulate in smaller curds in the diges ers' libraries grow. tive process, thereby rendering assimilation easy and natural. It stands for the ideal of craftsmanlike Ask your milkman for Holstein cows' milk. If he fails to provide you, construction-bywhichGlobe-Wernicke send us his name and we will try to secure a supply for you. Send for Bookcases are made of good woods, our new free illustrated booklet, The Story of Holstein Milk." HOLSTEIN-FRIESIAN ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA F. L. HOUGHTON, Secretary, 5-F American Building, BRATTLEBORO, VT. "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you.'