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The Orlando Sentinel from Orlando, Florida • 4

Orlando, Florida
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Pase 4 THE MOIININO SENTINEL, ORLANDO, FTJL, Friday, March 8, 1918. NOTICE EXPERT ADVICE ON MILK Agriculture at Tallahassee. Trusting this information will be of Of Application for Tax Deed Under Section 8 of Chapter 48S8, Laws of Florida some value to you, I am, I Yours truly, M. HALL. Notice is hereby given that W.

and Reams, of Winter Garden, Florida, Saturday Monday COWS SUFFER SHELL SHOCK purchaser of tax certificate No. 71, dated the 7th day of June, A. U. 1915, has filed said certificate in my office, LONDON. Jas.

Kendal plead- and has made application fcr tax deed to issue in accordance with law. Said By Dr. J. IIowelL "It's an ill wind that blows no one good." It so happens that Mr. Moses Hall, a man who for years has made a study of the cost of milk production is in Orlando recuperating from an attack of bronchial pneumonia.

Having seen something of the controversy pro and con in the local papers regarding the cost of milk he became interested. As I' had been of some service to him regaining his health he gladly consented to make the following statement. However, it is not in his interest to do anything to offend the dairyman as his firm is in the certificate embraces the following de scribed property, situated in Orange county, Florida, towit: southeast quarter of northwest quarter, section ed at a police court in a Kentish air raid area, when charged with selling adulterated milk, that the cows were suffering from shell shock and the milk he sold was exactly as it came from the cows. This plea did not prevent the magistrate from fining Kendal forty dollars with costs. TM if business of selling dairy feed.

He 12, township 24 south, range 2t east. The said land being assessed at the date of the issuance of such certificate in the name of Joel Riles. Unless said certificate shall be redeemed according to law, tax deed wili issue thereon of the 19th day of March, A. D. 1918.

Witness my official signature and seal this the 14th day of February, A. D. 1918. (Seal.) B. M.

ROBINSON, Clerk Circuit Court, Orange County, Florida. By M. A. HOWARD, D. C.

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Bible Study Ciub, Box 504-C, Tampa, Fla. Send 3 cents for sample study. 3-1-lmo This is a sale that talks strongly to your pocketbook And all of you who are at all economically inclined will do well to patronize it The goods we offer in it are goods that are clean and fresh, seasonable and desirable, and that can be put immediately into use. And the prices surely belong to the Bargain class. 2-15-5 tc admits that alfacorn is a high priced article and if the used a cheaper grade of food his cost of production would be still smaller.

Also the cost of hay figured by Mr. Hall is imported hay. If Florida hay was used the cost for hay would be reduced by half or more. His statement follows: Orlando, March 6th, 1918. Dr.

J. C. Howell, City. Dear Doctor: In compliance with your request for information as to cost of milk pro 0 Whites Especially a IMstinetive Feature Here's A Few of the Items: EVERY mile you run your car without the New Stromberer Carbu 27-in. i ancy White Dimities In Checks, Double Checks.

Stripes and hair lines A fine quality for either daintv underwear, Children's Dresses and Waists. retor means gasoline waste. Its economy records on all kinds of cars prove it absolutely the most economical for any car. And in speed, acceleration, easy starting and power tests it has broken world's records. Send name, model and year of 5 Special price Saturday and 18c your car for information.

White Wash Skirts These are all of the new styles but slightly soiled in Fabrics of Gabardine. Pique, etc. These prices will make a rapid clearance, so come earlv for first choice. Regular $1.25 and SI. 50 for.

$2.00 for $1.00 $3.00 for Up to $7.00 for $3.75 200 Ready-to-wear Waists In fine qualities of Voiles splendidly trimmed worth up to $1.50. Saturday and Monday 98c Corset Special No. 1 Broken lots, worth up to $5.00 For 98c None returnable. duction, advise that if the producer bought both concentrates and roughage at prices in effect in Orlando today, "milk could be produced for less than five cents per quart. This does not include cost of labor for feeding, milking and distribution but is based upon actual cost of feed necessary to produce definite results.

Sows can digest twenty per cent protein and should be fed a light, fluffy concentrated feed containing that percentage of DIGESTIBLE protein. If fed a more concentrated feed, the excess is undigested and passes through the cow as waste. If fed-less. protein the owner is not getting best results from the animal. There are many good dairy feeds on the market, but the Alfocorn Dairy feed containing 25 per cent protein (20 per cent DIGESTIBLE) produces excellent results when fed according to directions.

That is, one pound of feed for every three pounds of milk produced. And this article is used in the following example of cow producing three gallons of milk per day. Daily ration for milk producing cow Is one pound of 20 per cent DIGESTIBLE protein for every three pints of milk and 32 pounds of silage or green grass or 10 pounds of well cured hay, consequently a cow giving three gallons of milk daily requires: 8 lbs. of Alfocorn Dairy Feed at. $3.60 per cwt.

29c 10 lbs. of Best Hay at $2.30 per cwt-. 23c Total 52c "This is actual cost of necessary feed to produce three gallons of milk. By substituting silage for hay this cost could be reduced from 23c for hay to 8e for silage. Basing cost of silage at $5.00 per ton which Is a lib-em 1 estimate of cost for this item.

These cost prices can be confirmed by local jobbers and by the Commr. of Corset Special No. 2 Back and front lace Regular prices from $3.50 to $6.50 At V2 Price None returnable. -In i A. J.

ROUTfflEB Plain and Fancy White Voiles In stripes, checks, cross bars. Tapes. Fancy Weaves, etc. Many Flaxons among: them, worth up to 50c yd. Saturday and Monday 25c Fancy White Skirtings In Honey Combs.

Gabardines. Basket Weaves. Corded Stripe Popline. etc. Values up to 65c.

Saturday and Monday 29c Colored Skirtings and Suitings In Crepes, Corduroys and Rough Weaves not a full assortment of shades, but many wanted colors in the assortment worth up to 85c yd. Saturday and Monday 29c Colored Soisettes and Poplins 32 inch and 27 inches wide. We are discontinuing these two qualities being unable to re-order except at an almost pro-hibitve price, so our determination is to clear them out. A good range of colorings mostly dark, worth today 45c yard. Saturday and Monday 18c Ladies' Handkerchief Special Here's the Big Special you've been waiting for hundreds of fine quality dainty 'Kerchiefs including all linen hand embroidered, Swiss hand embroidered, hemstitched, etc.

Regular value 35c. Saturday and Monday 23c each Or 2 for 45c Central Garage, West Central Avenue. WMEE SHOW Friday amid Satarday Sale of Velvet Bags In dark colors to match travelling costumes. Regular prices from $5.00 to $10.00 Saturday and Monday V2 Price Men's Furnishings Cloth Hats, new English Alpine Shapes, new lots just in. 75c SUMMER SUITS In wool, coat and pants, full assortment $18.00, $20.00 $22.50 OXFORD SHOES In Black, Tan and White.

All lasts just received $6.50 to $9.00 BATHING SUITS All Wool Some loud enough to create a storm, other subdued enough to produce a calm $5.00 to $7.50 Cotton, $1.75 MormiiidL lO o'clock TMEMKE Ryzon Baking Powder 1 ti! Ryzon There will be a free moving Picture Show at the Grand Theatre, Friday and Saturday commencing at 10 o'clock, a.m., humorously depicting the woes of the housewife using ordinary Baking Powder and the delight of the up-to-date progressive -woman who believes in, and uses Ryzon Baking Powder. The results are truly wonderful and should be seen by. everyone iiterested. The show is Free Come! 1 ti How Willys-Knight Motors Are Made and ACTUAL PHOTOGRAPHS OF THE BRITISH TANKS IN ACTION IN THE EUROPEAN WAR, ALL TANKS BEING EQUIPPED WITH THE KNIGHT SLEEVE VALVE MOTOR. Don't Miss This Wonderful Picture I.

G-. Eush, Distributor Overland and Willys-Knight Motor Cars Ryzon Baking Powder is sold exclusively by Dickson-Ives Co. icfesomIIv (Do Wholesale and Retail Orlando's Favorite Shopping Place. FLORIDA ORLANDO.

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