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Journal Publishing' Company UOIS K. MATES, President. HARRY R. COOK.' Publisher Conduct from 1399 to 191 Under the EJitcrhIpvknd ! Management of CoL Ifrank 1 Mayeg. MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS , American Newspaper PnbUsb! Association . i Inorlda Press Association - - Southern Newparer Publishers Association BtTBSCBIPTION KATES: ik.rany and Sunday ... .15 .23 .j3 Week. Iany ana Sunday .. Trn Weeks. Dsn and ssunaay ... One Month, Dally and Sunday ....... milv nn Sunday ..... f III T- Vli m-- - - PI Months. Pally and fcur.aay - One Year Dallyand Sunday 6-60 SundT only. On Year Th Weekly Journal. One Year 1.00. Mall subscriptions are .payable in advance, and papers' c. w5 b dftfontlnued on expiration date PHONES Editorial Roots. S- !! dent - and Publisher. 4&; Bus. O..CC. 1500 " OFFICE Jottrnal Bid.. Corner In - .tendenclal and Da Lui a Streets. The' Associated Press is exclusively entitled to tas Use for republication o all news credJted to it or not other wis credited in thl paper and also to local news pub . fished. ' - -- - . -"V : - ' . Entered as second-class matter at the posto. .ce In Pensacola. Florida, under Act of Congress. March 3. lo-K Represented in . the Oineral Advertising Field fcy ttTTOPTTARY 27. 1919 Tnri rhllH JSAUUJLA J U U;xvi aid v inu xvoaa x mviuv"-"i LOOK AT CHILD'S . TONGUE IF SICK ponee ,F EVER SH 0RU&) 1 Hurry Mother! Removepoisons ', from little stomach, ; " liver, bowels. 'California Syrup of Figs' at once if bilious or constipated; CONE. LORENZEN & "WOODMAN New York. Chicago. Detro Kansas City. Atlanta- THURSDAY, FERBUARY 27, 1919. BANKERS WOULD PROMOTE THRIFT. "A nation-wide campaign is being planned for me purpuse ui naming wins mm c mou Avr,wvv,vvv holdero of Liberty bonds into habits of perma riehtthrift and investment. Before the war, economists estimated that there were less than 300,000 investors in stocks and bonds in the country. The war has made bond buyers of between 20,000,000 and 25,000, 000 Americans. It is believed that at least half of these would become permanent investors if propeny encouragea ana protected. Unless they are reached promptly it is feared tnat wnen me iasi loan is iioai,euxauu uie last bond snbocrintion is met the millions of Am eri- rnns who.' fnr fhfi first time in their livc3 have been putting away a definite sum every week for investment in a high grade security, will abandon the habit and add the amount they have been Tsav.ng to their spendable income. The' bankers interested believe that the next i ; - - .... - year should be spent in an intensive campaign ir rded to divert, a few at a time, the persons ;saine pkn. ' . Having transferred the sr.ver to a system for purchasing savings certificates there is a rea sonabi3 preauinplion that he v01 continue to cave i.iid invest after war financing has been .' completed. ' Large as well as small investors 'm4arlit Le created by the plan. The workman TELEPHONE REGULATIONS UNPOPULAR. v Postmaster General Burlesons scheduleof telephone rates has proved the most unpopular measure ever attempted by the United States government. ' And it is getting jolted good and hard on all sides. Indiana is tne latest, sxaie w v declare the rates and tolls illegal and to announce that it will "regulate telephone rates and ser vices regardless of Wf. Burleson's orders' . Strong protest was filed against MrBurle son's installation and moving charges, announced in December, and several courts have decided that thev are illesral in that they take property Give rights away from the telephone- subscribers through being in effect, an unj ustified rental .increase. The schedule was generally accepted at that time, however, to avoid interference with a government war measure. When the armistice was signed many requests were made for removal 01 tne irKsome res wriw-, tions, but they were ignored. Then came the re- breath bad ; Jias - stomach-ache, sors throat, diarrhoea, fuu of cold, give a teaspoonful of "California Syrup of Pigs,' and in a few hours all the foul, constipated waste, undigested ' food and sour bile gently moves out of its little bowels without griping, and you have a well, playful child again. You needn't coax sick children to take this harmless, "fruit laxative. they love its delicious taste, "and it al ways makes them feel splendid. Ask your druggist for a "bottle o "California Syrup of Figs," which has -directions for babies, children of all ages and for grown-ups plainly on the bottle. Beware of counterfeits sold here. - To be sure you get the genuine, ask to see that it is made by "Cali fornia Fig Syrup Company." Refuse any other kind with contempt. adv. CITY HAY PUT 1-ook at thetongue, mother! If -coated, It Is a sure sign that your little One's stomach, liver and bowels need a gentle, thorough cleansing at once. "When peevish, cross, listless, pale, doesn't sleep, doesn't eat or act natur ally, or js . feverish, stdknach sour. IN BIG SHOW - AT BAYVIEW COMMISSIONER DISCUSS PLAN OF OPEN AIR THEATRE AND CONCESSIONS AT CITY PARK, vision of toll rates, which was even more un popular than the former rulings " It is certain that the telephone companies would neyer have been permitted to enforce the rate increases which have followed government control.' It may be true that Mr. Burleson's pur pose was to so complicate the telephone situation as to make return of the lines impossible. But, if it is true he has failed completely. Instead of strengthening the cause 'of government owner ship, Mr. Burleson has succeeded in making fed eral control most unpopular. The American people will not willingly accept inferior service at increased rates and the Demo cratic official who attempts that condition is a valuable ally of the Republicans in their at tempt to destroy the Democratic party. ' Erection of an open air theatre, seating 2,000 . people, with bookings by high class stock companies, Is a pro ject for Bay View park this summer, Lazar Lacoste has submitted a plan to the board of city commissioners by which the greater part of. the space of 39 acres enclosed in the park, may be turned into a great amusement place. A theatre and a number or other park features, -including roller coasters, , scenic railway, f erris wheel and such entertainments of the mo dern city park,; are being considered The theatre, If constructed, will be completed by May 15, in time for the summer holiday crowds. I; will ,h equipped with folding chairs ana made rainproof. Mr. Lacoste has asked for the concession privilege at Bay View, to be operated independent of the amusements already there. Legiti mate of ferings will be given every week day, supplemented by . Sunday moving picture shows. An bpportu- Trust Me! Try Dodson's Liver Tone! .V Calomel Harms Liver and Bowels Head my guarantee! J-dven your liver and bowels and. get straightened up without taldng sicken ing calomeL Don't lose a day's work! Thei-e no reason why. a person should take sickening, salivating cal omel when a few cents buys a large bottle of Dodson's Liver. Tone a per fect substitute for calomel. It is a pleasant, vegetable liquid which will start- your liver just as surely-as calomel, but it doesn't make you sick and can not salivate. Children and grown folks can take Dodson's Liver Tone, because it Is perfectly ' harmless. ' Calomel is a dangerous drug. It is mercury and attacks your bemes a. dose of nastv calomel m.i,,. - xua vn j win feel weak, sick and nauseated "to morrow. Don't lose a dav's work" Take a spoonful of Dodson's Liv Tone Instead and you will wake V) feeling great. No more bliiousneal constipation, sluggishness, headache, coated tongue or sour stomach. Your druggist says if you don t iind Dod son's Liver Tone acts better than hor rible calomel your money is waiting for you. adv. nity will also- be given to religious or ganizations to Use the facilities pro vided. George Stage is now manager of Bay View Park. , In the main street of the principal town on the 1- little Island of, Kos, a Turkish possession off ; the coast' of Asia Minor, stands one of the most famous trees in the world. It is a hugetree, eighteen yards in circum ference, and over two thousand years old. Under Its branches tradition says St. Luke and St. Paul rested. , A Mean Look. There are people right in this viola, ity who ' seem to always hve a mean look and a crabbed, foult finding iit. position. This may be due to a dis ordered stomach, constipation or a headache resulting from these disor ders. When such ia the case a in doses of Chamberlain's Tablets will soon make them cheerful and happy. These tablets have met with much suc cess in the treatment of those afl. menta. ' FERTILIZER PHYSICAL TRAINING IN SCHOOLS. A quickened appreciation in all nations of the value of physical education has resulted from the war according to Dr. P. P. Claxton, Commissioner of the Bureau of Education, and has been evi denced in this country by the enactment of laws in eight states requiring physical training in the public schools. -. v Illinois was the first of the American states to require physical training by statue, passing the law in June, 1915. Since that time New York, New Jersey, Nevada, Rhode Island, California, Maryland and Delaware have enacted similar laws vand six other "states, Massachusetts, Con necticut, Pennsylvania, Nebraska, Ohio and Colo rado, have given legislative attention to the sub ject, but have not acted. In most spates which have considered physical education tae initial impulse to action was inter est in military preparedness and took the form of , bills for military training of high school boys. I Imtestigation resulted in convincing the legisla MEN MEETING HlHl J PLAN COORDINATION BETWEEN AGRICULTURAL INSTITUTIONS AND FARMERS OF THE SOUTH. tors, the Bulletin says, that military training for ,v4'3 hae b-rn s?ving $2 a week against the pur-, youths was less valuable even as a measure of c. ;3C cf a ..f30 bond might continue to buy $2 of Svir.g3 ccrtif icatesC veeldy, or might better ccntinuo to pay a helpful employer $2 a week r ;ainsL the acquisition of a $50 savirig3 stamp. 5"he nia:i of large income who has committed Ji.'mself to seme partial payment plan as an easy raethocl of saving could purchase 100 savings securities weekly without having delivery in the form of a hatful of small stamps. The plan con templates that the $1000 maximum restriction: !be removed and that savings securities be tax able to the same extent as is the latest issue' of war bonds. ' . It i proposed to use newspaper and magazine advertising extensively and while the plan will be conducted along the same general lines fol lowed in the W. S. S. campaign, it will be di rected and financed by the banking interests of the country. Success of the project will result in im measurable good by converting the American people into a nation of savers instead of con tinuing as a nation notorious for its profligacy with income. preparedness than a solid system of physical training. . With the exception-of Nevada, where the law applies to high schools only, the laws apply to all school children and the time require ment ranges from one hour each school week to two hours and a half, v , v There can be no question as to the advantages which must accrue from intelligently directed physical training. It makes for a more vigorous and healthy nation and the time is not far dis tant wrhen physical training will have a place in the course of instruction of every school in the country. Birmingham, Ala.. Feb. 26. The As sociation of Southern Agricultural fer tilizer works opened a three days ses sion here today with, about 150 mem bers in attendance. The delegates were welcomed to the state by M. C. Allgood, state commissioner of ag riculture and W. Barrett, director of the experiment station, - Clemson college, S. C. followed. J. J. Duggar, head of the extension service at Auburn, Ala-, president of the : association.;, delivered an address in which he stated that the purpose of the meeting was to develop plans for coordination work among the ag ricultural Institutions and farmers throughout the south. M. 3. Funchess argicultural experiment station. Au burn, Ala., made a talk on the "The Re lative Fertilizing Value of Different Forms of phosphoric acid" followed by a discussion led by T. E. Weitt and J. R. Ricks. Other talks were made by D. H. Rawls, chief of the dairy division, Washington, D. C and W. D. Dodson, director of the experiment station at Baton Rogue, La. ( New terms of the armistice are said to re quire the destruction of the Helgoland and Kiel fortifications. But of course Germany, having gone out of the navy business, will have no fur ther use for naval fortifications anyway. MONEY IN HOGS. Here is a statement involving the raising of hogs, showing that hog raising during the ..last fifteen months has been an unusually profitable industry. In October, 1917, George Nave, a com mission merchant, purchased a sow and litter of three pigs, paying $33 for the entire lot. At the same time ne oougnt a drove 01 twenty guts, paying $33 a: head for them. The hogs were shipped to Mr. Nave's farm near Newcastle, Ind. In March, 1918, this sow farrowed eight pigs. A few days ago Mr. Nave marketed the sow and her twp litters of pigs. The sow weighed 600 pounds and sold at the top pr'a for stock of that description. The first litter of three pigs weigh ed, all told, 1150 pounds, and the second litter of eight pigs averaged in weight 350 pounds. The entire lot netted Mr. Knave, after all mar keting expenses had been paid, the sum of $795. He still owns the twenty gilts, which are expect ed to farrow next month, anl the money he rei ceivea in payment lor. tne ',ow and her two lit ters exceeded the total purchase price of the gilts by $135.10. ' m ; Thus it can be seen that on an original invest ment of $33 the sum of $795.10 was realized in less than seventeen months, 'while the second purchase bids fair to exceed the first by a great 'margin. The above was accomplished in "the frozen North" where conditions, for .hog raising cannot compare with those in West Florida. Had Mr. The Woman's Legion at England has decided fNave conducted his little vpnfn . ... w m w .AWA . . to continue training oi women ior tne land, Dotn . wouia nave Deen even greater. The West Florida with a vjew to home service and also for the pur i larmer who fails to raise hogs is overlooking a - To solve the problem of demobilizing woman war workers Britain has been divided into eleven labor districts, each with a district council which will be in close touch with the labor ministry. . '"In the last quarterly return of the British reg istrar general figures show a remarkable in crease in the number of births of boy babies over girls; there being 1048 boys to'every 1000 girls. r That European idea of a financial pool sounds in this country something the same as a similar suggestion from some of iis might sound to John D Carnegie and a few others. . y pose of equipping women for emigration. big opportunity. Hayes HeaTmg Honey Stops the Tickle, Heals - the Throat and Cures -the Cough. Price 35c. A free box of O-PEN-TRATE SALVE for Chest Colds. Head Colds and Croup is enclosed with every bottle. 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