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HEALTH BOARD
WORKERS HAVE
MADE PORGRESS
WARDVILLE, FRANKLIN, B R ATT,
AND BLUFF SPRINGS SCHOOLS
HAVE BEEN INSPECTED CON
TINUE THROUGHOUT WEEK.
The work of inspecting: the country
school children of Escambia oounty
will continue throughout this week.
The following report is made of the
school children examined by Dra.
fiame and Keely on Monday and Tues
day: Wardville.
Anaemia .... 39
Pediculosis 3
Knl.irged glands 78
Hookworm 51
Conjunctivitis ..... . 69
5
THE PENSACOLA - JOURNAL. FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 24, 1919.
1 pupils, 3.52 percent, defects oer
pupiL . , '
v McDavid.
Anaemia
Enlarged glands .......
Cardiac disease
Hookworm
Conjunctivitis ,
Trachoma ...... V.
37
33
1
29
28
3
Defect of vision 2
Detect of teeth 16
Adenoids ......................... 2
Enlarged tonsils W'.'.V. 15
Hernia ................ 1
168
defects per
70 pupils. 2.4 percent,
pupil. , .
Dr. Tatom has returned from Oka
loosa county and with Drs. Hamblin
and Whitford will work In the colored
schools the remainder of the week.
Trachoma
Infect of vision
Dfct of nasal breathing
Defect of teeth
Adenoids
Enlarged tonsils .........
7
10
33
37
. 824
119 pupils, 2.72 percent, defects per
pupil.
No. 39.
Anaemia 9
Enlarged glands . 23
Hookworm ."...13,
Conjunctivitis 17
Defect of vision , . 3
Defect of teeth ; 6
Enlarged tonsils 7
3 percent, defects
78
per
2ft pupils,
;upiL
( No. 24.
Anaemia 25
Enlarged glands 51
Hookworm 28
Cnniiinetivitia .................... 33
Trachoma 2
Defect of vision 3
Defect of teeth 17
Adenoids 1
Enlarged tonsils .T. 21
181
67 pupils, 2.70 percent, defects per
pupil.
Bluff Springs.
Anaemia ........
Enlarged glands ..............
Hookworm
Conjunctivitis
Defect of teeth ................
Enlarged tonsils
INTERNATIONAL
TRADE ILLS UP
TO CONFERENCE
HUNDREDS OF WORLD'S GREAT.
E.ST BUSINESS MEN MEET IN
EFFORT TO DIAGNOSE AND
PRESCRIBE FOR TRADE ILLS.
6
21
7
17
4
3
63.
22 pupils, 2.63 percent, defects per
pupil.
Bratt.
Anaemia
Enlarged glands ..........
Cardiac " disease ' . .
Skin diseases ..."
Hookworm
Conjunctivitis ..
Defect of vision
Defect of nasal breathing
Defect of teeth
Adenoids
Enlarged tonsils ..........
43
65
1
3
62
35
6
2
18
2
25
103 pupils.
pupil.
Franklin.
Anaemia
Enlarged glands
Nervous diseases
Hookworm
263
2.55 percent, defects per
2
17
3
19
Conjunctivitis 18
Trachoma 1
Defect of teeth 4
Adenoids 1
Enlarged tonsils t 8
Hernia 1
74
(Atlantic City, X. J Oct. 23. Hun
dreds of the world's greatest business
surgeons," men high in affairs in the
United States, Great Britain, France,
Italy and Belgium, met here today at
the opening session of a three days'
"clinic" to diagnose international trade
ill and prescribe for the cure. The
first day was spent largely in the or
ganizatlon of committees and other
preliminary work.
The International Trade Conference,
as it is called. Is being held under the
auspices of the Chamber of Commerce
of the United States. Among the
notables who are invited to epeak are
King Albert, of Belgium. Herbert
Hoover, A. C. Bedford, chairman of the
board of. directors of the Standard Oil
Company; Sir Arthur Shirley Benn,
M. P of England : Eugene Schneider.
head, of theCreusot works, the "steel
king" of France, Florimonde Hankar,
of Brussels, director of the National
Bank of Belgium, and Fernando Quar-
tierL formerly head of the Italian del
egation to the -interallied munitions
council.
Ten committees, named by an execu
tive" committee of which Mr. Bedford
is chairman, are to submit surveys and
reports on American trade and finan
cial conditions for the information and
guidance of the thirty-six foreign
delegates. The topics are as follows:
Credit and finance; chemicals; food
stuffs, coal, oil, metals, shipping, tex
tiles and permanent organization." Of
all these committees" none, perhaps,., is
more important than the "one. on credit
and finance, headed by James S. Alex
ander, presldeit of the National Bank
of Commerce, of New York. .
- Discussing the objects of the credit
and finance committee, Mr. Alexander
said: "It is to study the question of
re?establlshlng normal trade relations
between the United States, and the
nations of urope. to provide an oppor
tunity for a frank discussion of facts
and an exchange of views with our
visitors from England. France, Italy,
and Belgium. Neither the foreign del
egation nor the American committee
is in any sense official.
"It is hoped that a discussion around
the table of the facts and the prin
ciples involved may serve, to expedite
the re-establishment of sound credit
conditions, based upon a renwal of.
understanding and confidence, end
steadily increasing production. The
objective in the minds of business
men appears to be to place foreign
A Style for n (o7 (C)) n At Prices That
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There is no need to say more, if you have worn them. .If not, a trial will
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ME N
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"We can fit you out from head to foot. We carry a complete line of Shirts, Hats, Sox, Un-
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T dur'stock of LadiesShoes and?Boots are both stylish and serviceable, from $4.00 to
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Every article of Merchandise carries the guarantee of M. & O.
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petuate - abnormal conditions by un-
THE XZHlVEnSAl CAH
The Garden farmer will find the Ford Model T One Ton Truck an especially
valuable factor in his business because of the flexibility as well as the reliability
of the service given by this splendid truck. The worm-drive of manganese
bronze carries all the power of the motor to driving the Truck, and there are com
bined in larger and heavier form all the elements which have made the Ford
Model T Car the greatest motor car in the world in point of service. The Ford
Truck with its worm-drive is most economical in operation and maintenance.
There is very little, if anything, to get out of order at any time; there is the sim
plicity in control; there is the convenience in the flexibility of the car, it will turn
in a circle of forty-eight feet; it accommodates itself to narrow alleys, and it
"stands the gaff" of hard work day after day, and month after month, to the
great satisfaction of the owner. There is hardly a line of business activity where
the Ford One Ton Truck is not really a necessity. Come in and talk it over.
WEST C4AHDEN STI2EET
V! ONE 1914
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Jinan d. Foster . from Xukualr--
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usual methods.
"In other wordsv the committee'3
aim is to search out. with all possi
ble speed consistent with soundness,
the ways and means by which the
nations of Kurope can freely carry, on
full trade relations with the United
States - along business lines, line
economically sound, commercially de
sirable and reciprocally beneficial.
Those elements form the only bahis
for relations which can be permanent."
Wise, Williams, Jones, Phillips and
Angelo.
Allen Lee White and E.'Swaine will
referee.
The public is invited to witness the
game today.
HOG CHOLERA SERUM
TO BE DISTRIBUTED
PENSACOLA TEAM WILL
MEET Y. M. C. A. TODAY I
State Sanitary Live Stock Board Mak
ing Preparations.
Local Football Eleven Clash at Max
ent Park This Afternoon.
The Pensacola football team will
make its debut on the gridiron at
Maxent Park this afertnoon. taking
on as their opponents the fast T. M. C.
A. team. The Pensacola football team
under the able coaching . of Lieut.
Cease has, for the last three weeks,
been ettging in shape for the season's
aamges.
The ,T- M. C. A. team, through the
hard efforts of Wallace and Ben Jones,
have prepared themselves to make
their opponents hustle. The same
begin at 5 o'clock sharp in order to
allow those who are working to be
on hand. .
The Pensacola team Is composed of
the "following men: Back Field.
Moody, i Burmister, Veager and Mos-
ley; Ends, Walters, ward, perry ana
Ellis; Linemen, Gaines Sneads, Mlllh.
Yates, ;.. Chambers and Sell. Subs,
for Coated Tongaa
Bad Breath, Sour Stomach,
Bloating, Gas, Biliousness, Sick Head
ache, Indigestion, Contiption, take
the always reliable
FOLEY CAT11ARTIC TABLETS
They clear the bowels, sweeten the ttom
ach and tone up the liver. Do not gripe.
T. EL Cotmr. 103 Labor Temple. Loa Anjelea,
CmLs " After 56 yeara' c erieoce with all win
anA Unda at cathartic remedies, I cot wiae to
Foey Catfcsrtic Tablets, and they are the best I
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Sold Everywhere
Tallahassee, Oct. 23 The State Live
Stock Sanitary Board has closed a
contract- for the purchase of anti-hog
cholera serum and virus under the
provisions of the law passed by last
legislature ,at ninety (90) cents per
one hundred (100) cubic centimeters,
at which price it will be. sold by the
Board to the hog raisers and farmers
of this state. This is a saving of
fifteen (15) cents per one hundred
(100) cubic centimeters over the low
est price made in the first bids re
ceived, which were rejected as un
satisfactory. This price will mean a
saving of forty (40) per cent of the
price that has heretofore been charged
by most of the reliable manufacturers.
The law provides that any hog own
er can secure an amount up to 1,500
cubic centimeters, which is sufficient
to inoculate thirty , well hogs of one
hundred pound weight at one-half
cost, the other half being paid for by
the state. All applications for serum
and virus for which" the state 'pays
one-half must be made upon regular
forms of application ; which may be
had from any federal or state vet
erinarian or other person authorized
to administer the same and must be
approved by such authorized person,
and in all cases, must be accompanied
by post office or express money order
or cashier's check . in an amount suf
ficlent to pay for same. It will' be
useless to order serum and . virus in
any other way than that, specified
above,; as under the law, tne Board
cannot fill orders except those made
In the prescribed way.
It has been arranged to have a sup
ply of serum and virus on hand by
the first of November and all orders
can be filled after that time. :
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