THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL,. SUNDAY MORNING. TAXUARY 13. 191S.
FOR MNDEO BE
(BY GEORGE II. MANNING)
Washington, Jan. 12. The first of
th group of hospitals which the War
Department will establish for the
phvsical reconstruction ond re"-edu-rrtion
of soldiers of invalided homes
from France is to be located in the
rev building" being erected for the
ITc-ihvorth Inn at Asheville, N. C-
The lea?e of the building has been
recommended by Surgeon General
Coras and approved by Secretary
D?ker after a thorough investigation
made by Medical Corps officers.
The war Department intends also to
establish a sanitarium at Asalea,
five miles from Asheville, for treat
ment of soldiers in France and this
country suiFrring from tuberculosis.
This sanitarium, which it is planned
to open with ifve hundred beds is to
be one of four tuberculosis sanita
riums to be operated by the War De
partment. The" Asalca sanitarium may
be shortly increased to one thous
rnd beds and is evrected to cost be
tween SfOO.OOO and $500,000. The
rther tub"r"u,os?f5 hospitals are to be
located at OtisvPK N. Y-, Camp
Eyrd, N. M.. ar Denver, Colo.
at the Kni! worth Inn hos;);tal
where rold'ers will be physically re
constructed and trained to new voca
tiors m"n who have become serious
ly mp!r,,ed. vr cringle! in the war
v : Germany with be tau't usefal
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ROYAL SHOE SHOP
1 Down, $1 per Week
WILL FURNISH A HOME FROM
HAYNE AND JACKSON STS.
Fresh Meats Fancy
The Central Pharmacy
"IN THE HEART OF PENSACOLA"
THE HOME OF QUALITY
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WIRE YOUR HOME
MAKE IT AS COMFORTABLE
AS YOUR OFFICE
Pensacola Electric Co.
The Store for Women
BALKCOH DRUG CO.
"Tin Prcriptlor Stor.w
Phone 19 or 123.
Washington, Jan- 12. Rural dis
tricts must have nursing services,
the Children's Bureau finds, if infant
mortality in remote regions is to be
reduced and human life conserved at
this time when the nation's human
resources are being wasted by war.
Results of the bureau's first detailed
study of the care available for babies
and mothers in rural communities
were made public Saturday showing
that one infant in every twenty-five
of the section observed failed to sur
vive, or that four percent of all chil
dred die before they reach the age of
The bureau's first survey was com
pleted in a prosperous county of
southern Kansas, bordering on Okla
homa. Similar studies are in progress
in Wisconsin ar.d North Carolina.
The population in the Kansas county
is widely scattered, but no home is
more than 20 miles from a doctor
and telephones and good roads min
imize the disadvantages of great dis
tances. In spite of these favorable circum
stances, the report records that two
thirds of the mothers had no medical
care before their children were born,
and more than one-third had no visit
from a physician after the day of the
birth. Four-fifths of the wive3 of
farmers had to work for large farm
crews at the time when thev special
ly needed to conserve all their
Whi'e the existing death rate is
comparatively low for this county, the
report says "The existing rate
should not be regarded with compla
cency, or. a Sir Arthur New holme
says. 'Tf baV'rs were well bom and
nrcfl for Ifieir mortality would be
ne"li"ible. In other words there is
nr. irt'T-rc-it rensoi v.hv baVe should
;l:e in a community which has
all t! e advntarres rossessed bv tvis
covnty countrv life, healthful cli
mate hi eh standards of living, a
hirh level of intelligence about mat-V-s
of cilh nnd means wherewith
to r-rovide for its mothers and ba
Hcs." In othT stntrs wher surveys are
in prorrpss. it has een found that
poverty ard remotene 3 with the at
trdant evils of which matn-nal and
infr.nt deaths are a striking index
press with a severity unknown in
thi! Kansas county.
Nurres, doctors, hospitals and con
ference centers, makincr available to
all mothers and babies in rural
counties adnuate medical and nurs
ing care are declared essential by tle
bureau. The Kansas county ha3
mad? profre?s carrying out certain
of the sugrestions. but the next step
savs the report, '"may well be estab
lishment of a nursing service for the
m"al parts of tTe county."
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Best, safest cathartic for liver
and bowels, and people
They're fine! Don't stay bilious, sick
headachy or con
stipated. Enjoy life! Keep clean inside with
Cascarets. Take one or two at night
and enjoy the nicest, gentlest liver
and bowel cleansing you ever experi
enced. Wake up feeling grand. Your
head will be clear, your tongue clean,
breath rierht. stomach sweet and your
liver and thirty feet of bowels active.
Get a box at any drug store and
straighten up. Stop the headaches,
bilious spells, bad colds and bad days
Brighten up. Cheer up, Clean up!
Mothers should give a whole Cascaret
to children when cross, bilious, fever
ish or if tongue is coated they are
hirmless never gripe or sicken.
ING AND STARTING
16 North Palafox Street
J. P. REMICH & SONS
"THE STORE THAT SATISFIES"
REMICH'S GROCERY SPECIALS
THE TEWEST Olf THE NE .'
AND READY-TO. WEAR ARE
NOW ON DISPLAY AT
122.124 South Palafox Street.
BETH! HERE FDD
Arrangements have been complet
ed under which the steamer Mande
ville, which saw service in Pensa
coia after the storm of September
29. will return here to run between
the air station and city for the pur
pose of carrying the service men to
and from the yard.
The arrangement was made by the
Commandant at the request of tne
Electric Company, which found it
impossible, using all available equip
ment, to carry the workmen and en
listed men on the same trip.
The Mandeville was used at Pen
sacola for nearly a month after the
storm, until complete repairs could be
made to the damaged section of the
Bayshore line. It met wilTt much fa
vor among the men stationed here,
and will doubtless be hailed by
LOSES BIG SUM
After the police had been notified,
and search instituteu" Tor a wallet
containing $4,000 lefEer of credit
and $135 in cash, belonging to Lieu
tenant Proux of the French Navy,
the clerk at the San Carlos hotel
telephoned the police station that the
wallet had been found on the desk,
and it was immediately restored to
The incident occurred last Sunday
and the officer was under the im
pression that he had left the walLet
on the counter at the Western Union
Telegraph oYfice. As soon as the
loss was discovered, every effort was
made to locate it. when the clerk at
the hotel announced that it had been
Keeping The uality Up.
Laxative Bromo Quinine, the
World-Famous Cure for Colds, and
Grip, is now ?0c per box. On ac
count of the advance in the pric of
the six different Medicinal Concen
trated Extracts and Chemicals con
tained in Laxativo Bromo Quinine, it
was necessary to increase the price
to the Druggist. It has stood the
test for a Quarter of a Century. It
is used byT every Civilized Nation.
Xevin C. Winter, In his new book en
tiled "Florida, The Land of Enchant
ment," refers to PTorida as "A State
where the sun shine brightly when
our Northern States are encrusted
with snow and chilled by the breezes
of old Boreas", and no doubt he was
right about the sun shining,, but prob
ably he did not realize that the sun
can shine at the same time as the
breezes of old Boreas are blowing' and
not seem to make any impression on
them at all.
The people of Florida have not had
to stretch their imaginatins to an unheard-of
extent during the pasfc month
while trying to realize what is being
suffered in the more northern states
of the Union on account of cold weath
er, and this should make it all easier
for them in the effort which is bein.-j
made to conserve fuel so that the peo
ple in the more sevi re climates may
have the benefit of a little more heat.
Even if it is intensely cold here for
a few days at a time, there always re
mains the hope that to-morrow, or
perchance the day after tomorrow,
will witness the return of the balmy
south winds, which bring so much
comfort in their wake, and surely it
is not not much to ask that the ieopie
of Florida shall burn wood to as great
an extent as possible while the cold
day?, so that the supplies of coal may
be diverted to destinations further
Miss Pauline Haines and Mr. Angelo
C. Econemes were quietly married on
Friday aftcrnon at 2 o'clock. For the
present they will make their home
with Mrs. Merrill Henderson, cousin
of the bride.
j LAST NIGHT.
The dance which was given last
rierht by the Aeronautic Dancing
! Club may not have been quite as
' large as the one on Christmas night.
but it certainly was quite as jolly, and
everybody enjoyed a very pleasant
evening. The crowd was a very con-
' renial one. and the music was splen
did, and what more is needed to in
sure an enjoyable time.
Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Theo.
Muller of 1416 E. Gadsden street will
be very sorry to hear that their
little son, Lucius, is very ill.
MISSES DENSMORE LEAVE
Micses Gladys and Marie Densmore
left yesterday for thefr home in Chi
cago, after spending several weeks
at the San Carlos Hotel with their
father, who is attached to the Naval
Air Station. On Friday afternoon
they entertained a number of their
friends vnth a tea on the mezzanine
floor of the hotel.
EN TERTAINS AT CARDS.
Hiss Ethel Paderick entertained
very deliehtfully at her home on
West DeSoto street on Friday eve
ning, her guests including a number
of town girls and young men from
the Naval Air Station r.nd Fort Barrancas.
THE OUTBURSTS OF EVERETT TRUE
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U&iM LlSTN IF
Cards were played during the eve
ning, after which delicious light re-
freshments were served, and those
whose enjoyed the pleasant evening
with the young hostess were Miss
Beatrice Howe. Miss Fanny Grant.
Miss Valerie Reese, Miss Kowena
Marsh, Miss Martha Skinner, of Los
Angeles, Cal., Miss Eleanor MitchelN !
iviiss Beth Brownson. Miss Elizabeth !
Bell, Lieuts. Imes, Hickey and Cro-
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mack of Fort Barrancas, and Van
Roy Miller. Mack Speed, Yank Gage
and Townscnd Birdsall of the Naval
CIRCLE NO 3 BAPTIST
CHURCH TO MEET.
Circle Number of the First Bap
tist Church will meet on Mondav af
ternoon at .T o'clock at the residence
of Mrs. L. E. Durham, 28 East
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No waste by cows
or in handling
Mr. J. L. Acree. Dothan, Ala.; says that he would use Buckeye HuCt
at the same price as old style hulls because Buckeye Hulls axe
easier to handle, cleaner, and because cows do not waste them as
they do old style hulls. He believes that at least a third of the
old style hulls are wasted by the cows and in handling.
H-7 HULLS .
when wet, mix so thoroughly and uniformly with the other forage
that the cows can't nose them aside. Being sacked, they keep
clean in the barn. Being compact, concentrated, solid roughage,
it is easy to measure them out accurately and mix them properly
with the other feed. And yet with all these advantages. Buckeye
Hulls sell for several dollars per ton less than old style hulls.
To secure the best results and to de?eIop the ensilage odor, ivet the halls
thoroughly twelve hours before feeding. It is easy to do this by
wetting them down night and morning for the nest feeding. If at any time
this cannot be done, wet down at least thirty minutes. If you prefer to
feed the hulls dry, use only half as much by bulk as of old style hulls.
Book of Mixed Feeds Free
Gives the right formula for every combination of feeds used in the South. Trill
how much to feed for maintenance, for miik. for fattening, for work. Describe
Buckeye Hulls and gives directions for using them properly. Send for your
copy to nearest mill.
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If It's Vegetables
If It's Chickens or Eggs
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