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PAGE OUR ft THE TH E PENSACOLA PEN SAC 0 I A JOURNAL J 0 URN A L TUESDAY T U E S DAY MORNING M 0 R N lNG SEPTEMBER S E P T EM B E R 19 1905 1 gO 5 1
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the Tarpon T p Agn Agnoola
TIae I 114 a b Apsaeh1 Apsaeh1cola t tIIOla
cola Times Thm GC C laat week elves ves the theItpalarhicoia tbepa1abi theps1aehIeoa
Itpalarhicoia pa1abi Ola Me 16 of the Tarpon at afWhen atfuJr at1hen
fuJr fuJrhf
When hf > n it wan learned teat waek waekthat WJ8kthat wekthat
that yellow elJow fever extorted ed ted at Peaaa Peaaaoota PeaaroIa Pea Peaco
oota co Apalacalcola aad aa Carrabelte Carrabeltegot rFbeUegot
got buKv bu The steamer Tarpon di direct c11IeCt dlret ¬
ret from Pensacola with wlt saarcaaa saarcaaadise I Idl8f arandisc
disc was 1 wa refused admittance at these theseplaces theBej theaeplws
places > A committee or r rtfroscnta rtfroscntalive raeaatv ta tatin
live tv > ritiz dtilru < nq oa board a tag t teat t saet saettb ettH et etth
tb tH Tarpon before she he reacatd the thetiocfkf tJaedoek1 thedotkc
tiocfkf with the t request n that tha she do dopot 410Iot doot
pot ot come > to t 0 the tb docks in the e cltr tIt to tounload totlnoa ton1oad
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unload rl tier cargo rtf mercbandfce mercbandfceTht III IIITIK ecebsndIseThc
Thc stem 11f > amer was aa head b dd d tor w Blat SiastFaa BlatPal at atPs
Faa tor b ajrtain Barrow aat an finally finallyto ftizJIyca1
81 < to anchor in Ii the tb bar opposite oppositele OI VPPOaISCarralirNI poIII poIIICarralrI1
CarralrI1 le < w4bre rf > she resnaias resnaiasfit
It Borons tfiHU the owners of the theptenmor thettfJlllmCT th thl1nier
ptenmor were Wf Te comman cJ tlbimcat cat 8 irlth th by byC bll bllCfaoin byaath
Cfaoin C aath jaan Barrow and nd they the at tarn ap appeals appethd ¬ 1 1pel
peals pel i to t the State Health Ottcer OttcerDr OSceiDr ri
Dr Ptjrter at a Pnsaoola Dr 1 Porter Portetook Portertook I Itook
took the n utter to Governor Broward Browardby
by b u pli graph > gra h claiming < that the peo people peotIle peepie ¬
tIle t u > f this ccjunty > were acting eon coaiary eontry cootraty
try to law that the Tarpea T had ad re recei0i retdj reteIvej
cei0i pratique from iha and was wasenuiled WUfI1tHJ u ueutAtk
enuiled fI1tHJ d to enter < Apaiacataola and andCarrabHle aidCambIIe I
CarrabHle witaont i nt interference in oa oatoe ODDe onfle
toe part of ow people J Governor GovernorBroward GQV Govmoroward lDOr lDOrBroward
Broward oward wrote to Sheriff erur A B Gib Gibeon GibQn
eon 8 n citing citth Jtt to htoi a certain section IKCI ion of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the revised statues for his guidance guidancein
in tix t h case caseOn abeOn e eOn
On Saturday morning last Messrs MessrsW
W J Oven vn J N Coosnbs H L LGrady LGrad LGrady
Grady J 1 E Graveic Ora aDd A B Glb aFoaa GIbn GlbFOB
FOB n left If > ft for Tallahassee to talk civet civetthe thetthe eI eIbe
the be situation f with Governor G venwr Broward BrowardIaftMtmately Browardt BrowardVnrtmate1y
IaftMtmately t rtnnatEly Governor Oo mor Broward was wasabsent waa wakabsvt
absent a t from t Yallaaasae whea wb theae theaeCeaticmen bemf thecgevUlnell
Ceaticmen mf > n arrived However the theeoaasn4tte Qaetee tiee4ttee
eoaasn4tte tee viaitaa istts tbe t Capital 0IpIttalked pftM pftMtalkd aad aadtalked
talked over the sitaatlon with wtdabenI withbars awsa awsabsrs
bars of the th gorernors uejoy oflteial I fasaily tadIyecMaIDUtee
T 1 committee retunrad hotae hotaeSunday ltC8eSaaday he6unday
Sunday nigat AcUag Act1a < in conjam eoQJaactioa eoQJaactioatbe tiaa tiaathe
the city eit all cooaty authoritias aar aarplaced u uPd av avPId
placed iraaras at posts t WIt b t tthoaght Itt ag agtboabt
thoaght t their tb r anrvicee vi eB woali woalimoat woa IIIOft pweU
U moat ffectiv with withe Instratllum to toee toC
ee e C hat t no one OD from any 4afaotad at
pace p ace be allowed to enter entertiy coaaty
tiy boat or otherwise otherwiseTae
Tae city ett authorities tItorI are also so using naingveggjr ubaCeI8r usingort
veggjr eaTort < ort at band to place the tltecity tbedt thecity
city dt in gvd ° vd aaaiury 11 conditoa and aadvery andrery 411
very citiren it1Z Is s arged to a active activealoag activeainsg
aloag this liae aad aa Dot n to to11IC pat p oi oiolar o odn1D I
dn1D < olar things t h togs that tMtThe aw awTha sa sa11Ih
The 11Ih merrhaata of ofMgncd ata taoIa taoIaaipej
Mgncd a a aocasaeat t Ma4aag b FR them themeehs theanel1e
eehs IW u to aa agreesaeat acre eat mat I to re receive iecelye ¬
ceive freights ffcasa fr Praia for the tIaepreeiDt thepTen thepreacnt
preacnt eitber by It I the ataasaer er Tar Tarpon T Tpon Taxpon ¬
pon or otherwise Tme 1 river riverboat a ab atea ateaboat
boat conunanders hare ba also aeea be betId DO DOtifiad DCtitled
titled DOt to laM say freight ftgItcensaoo freightCencaonta t tCenAODla
Cencaonta or New Ortaassi Y Ylachl W Wlshia la lalachioola
lachioola lachl 1a or brfaa t this tit dty ttr tIlT aj aj750t
rersna 750t who bo is act arataA I4M wWla wItIf a
health certMeate certMeateApalachicola ce ceApa1 certtestApslako
Apalachicola Apa1 still sMssa to tohorlng toI be beboring
boring I ort aa4er 4er the old idea f that yellow yellowfever JeIIowfeer yeflowfeer
feer tafectioa exiata ex in freight freightck tnlbtclothrc frEIghtclothlg
ck clothrc > thh r the atnwiaahnu The TheIdea nIda T Tides
Idea ft ft sty aryof r rof aM aM aMof
of aa acientista acientistawall d pjs pjsw11 1 11
wall 11 aa layaea 1a have ve at atar a aaudher tlllN tlllNlDMIUaer
ar anathcr or hi fact awlfl U the last lasttwo luttwo lasttwo
two year heUerai eIev the thect aas e thing thingla
ct t 4 4Raftn oww owwM
la Havana New Newaad ea eaan4 Or p pt
aad t every eftr pIKe where Wh tfce tfceisted fr11 Us Userts as as1stot4ae
erts isted 1stot4ae aTe detnamrtialX detnamrtialXlately c1ea11amLJtme1y sso ssolately
lately that the th only onlyt ouI ouII war yoOaw yoOawcan
can W I transacted t tt is by y a akind ak1D4 akind
kind of moafaJto to watom whk whkitta ka kakitten tr tra
kitten itta a person baring havi the theThich tMTta1eh teie aM aMrklch
Thich mast st bite anatker Ul6etile one o othe befbr befbrthe
the tett Jaltll sr caa a berone 4i 4iA inteued inteuedA tll tllpenoa
A person rson may get Into to the thebed tIaeMd i ir
r bed m tn tU thes same tIet ed J dotnea 1 in inwalca Ia1aida
< walca s bIc a jr reU Dow fever natient JIMItd psuestand naa died diedBH
and BH d s > tie n p nMan lilt M st tR thebu4l wm t 4K VW VWbucfcstNM A AbudDlt
bucfcstNM budDlt at atpoured ult ha haaho
budDlta
poured aho aaont tte a M4 M4ca a ass asst
ca t Isw 1 fLu tM tMa thatEha
Eha a Sb tha
only is tilt sole aieant of traaasnlt traaasnlttlag tnaI It Itting t ttlac
ting yellow lever ever aad etaa ee eeouMo Una this thisutto WeIto
ouMo utto Ito auvt t have bUtea bltt a yellow yeUowpatent eUowpateat yellowie6i
ie6i patent within the drat nt three threeday threeay threedays
day of his illness and mast t hare haread
ad 12 days after that t for the germ germto
to develop before the mosquito can canAH canIt cant
It 11 tile t to aotJIer har 1HII1IGL1 1HII1IGL1II praaafl
AH fl this Is bofiiff Ur case Apalaohi Apalaohieohia ApaIHIiIcaaa ApaMokiIlas
eohia Ilas fear learaf of iafectaoa inIec by freight or orSfierchaadise orIM orL
Sfierchaadise IM L ehandlee is as ODndless as it iti ItId itId
wovra Id i ft oe to avppoae that yellow JeDowf8w yellowbe eiww eiwwfever
fever oonld be carried ht kii this copy of ofTto or1Ii ofuMI
Tto Toai uMI 1Ii nat or ht aay ay other waft aU aUC
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L1d aa top of aB 5 this add the theother theotIaer theother
other fact that the Tarpon did not notcome aoir notcome
come direct t from Peaaacota as stated atatedby statedby tatedby
by the Times mes bat had It really been beenat
at ApalacUoola atace she waa w laat laathi IMtt1I l ltu
hi this port sad it Call be seen how howreally 1IowINUy howreally
really groundless our elet sister < citys citysfears clt7af citysftzs
fears in the matter are areThe areTII areThe
The Birmingham Btbr AgeHerald A enald para paragrapher parapaplaer parsgi
grapher gi pber who a day da or so o ago ground groundoat pooaDdoat ronndoat
oat a story aboot abo the cold winds froa froathe froadie froatbe
the pit ulf during the month of October Octoberhas OctoberuotIaer Octoberhas
has another gaeas coming comingTto comi comingThe K KTIle
TIle United States government is isto isto isto
to investigate blowing well wellThe w4llltlaatloa wItih
The ih investigation tlaatloa will give jovm jovmoflkiiate ove n nMldals nocIaIs
oflkiiate a chance to do a little littlblowing tittlebIowta littleblowing
blowing < themselves themselvesPresident tJIeeaesdeat themselvesPresident
President deat Boosevelt eft wants the Pan Panat PaDCaul
a at Canal constracted without withouthat delay delaytot delaylid
tot will probably have to content eoateatuatl1 bself ato atoself >
self until his appointees get getI throafjj throafjjred thoj thojJU1Ing
I J8A11a red tape tapeDirectors tapeDirectors tapeD1rector
Directors and officers of the targe targeinsurance Iarem IgeItserance
insurance m arance companies ea have amply amplfcmtrated deav deavoastrated d donstrated
oastrated their eligibility to p psIdefed be eon eonsidered 108aldered
sidered in the u dlalDjina ha aiTIoUhIi poaship e chtsa of ofgraftara dfgran f fgrsftL
graftara graftaraSecretary grsftL8ecry
gran8ecretarT
Secretary Taft Ta has salted for r hone honeand IaoIaewill homeand
and will reach re Washington W in time timeto timeto timeto
to keep be the Til to nfaee daring toe dieapeetal theS toeforthcoming
S forthcoming special session essh Iea of ofom eon eoaf eoaJab eonJoha
om
f
Jab D RocfcefeQer 1tor has teamed tos to toride aoride
ride s a bicycle He will 1fIDaow now be able ableto ab abiea e eto
to a spend ate income come at the repair repairW
W have to totIIe take the tb bitter with the thesweet UteJftta thet
sweet Mt t Man Patterson PIIt eater eaterSarah teI ter8srak I
Sarah Barnhardt Rsibt on another lat farewel fareweltonr tareweLltr wetl wetlJI
tonr
JI have Mea bee discovered tU la Ineateky laKentncky J JKhleltT
Kentncky Mane Henry got back backJuat backJuatII just justtn JustIn
tn time to stake out a claim I
The Jurrml J llTl l Priesiad Prifrt d Din During Duin Din1fl4f ¬
ing in August 1905 a aTotal aTotal aTotal
Total of
1 127335 27335OGP1ES
OGP1ES OGP1ESn
Q or an n vra vraL713 ge geI
I 4716 L713DAILY 9
r 9DAILY DAILY DAILYTto BAILYAgures
The Mlowta tBOowtaf figures show The Pea Pearnars PaSMOla Peasacok
SMOla Journals rnars circulation circuIaUoday tor each eachday eacaday 1
day during the month tit of Aiu August INS IMSwit INSwWl 19Owtth
wit tha average a number of of4afly copies eDpIeII17 copiesdaily
daily 4aflyAM dailyAugust
August AM 1 4950 August A 1C isAvgit 4SOQ 4SOQAugust
August 2 MOO 44 August 17 1 4JOO 4JOOAuoust 1 1Aa
Auoust Aa 3 4 4335 35 August is 1 4300 4300August 4500Au
August Au 4 4400 August Au It 1 igAuga 4 4800 4800Augt 00 00August
August Auga S 4360 August 20 5250 5250August 5250I 525oAugvst
August f 5 5ODO 00 August AMgUet1 AMgUet1A AugustAugt n nAugust
August A 7 August Augwt2 22 4 4I 450 450Au 4800 4800August
August Au a 4500 August A U 3 4JOO 4JOOAugust 4 4po 4500Aat
August po I 4 4iOD 500 August AuvtAvIIst 24 4650 4650August
August 10 4500 August 25 4000 4000August 4110A 4s 4sAu
August A Au 11 4 4G5 25 August 2 2i 4SOO 4SOOAugust 40A
August A It 4 45 S August t 27 y yAM 5 5200 5200lttyt 00 00ia
lttyt AM ia 5000 1 A Anst ust t tM as s sAa
Aa 14 Aufttst A AatietA M 4800 4aaoA
A = t 15 4000 Aufost ttJSt 30 4800 4800August
August 31 5000 5000Total 5aOOTotal 5oooTMI
Total far the month mnthAiiui 127335 127335I t tAvw
Avw Aiiui 11I1 par day y 4 471 471I 1i 1iI
I nereby certify that jae the above ahonf1Mect state stateBjont stt stt4t
Bjont 4t is 5 euiiect accurdiag StdIag to the teordi TOO TOOords recorda
ords < m ale i In this omce omceA oceiD ee eeiIOX
iIOX A 8WBKT 8WBKTCircalatioa 8 SWpOtrcu IIT IITClrcallltioa
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SALOON MEN PROTEST PROTESTEditor PROT PROTESTeditor ST STI
I Editor Peaaacota Journal JournalThe Jouma1The JournalThe
The latest lat tiit orders to Jos Josaad 1 OIMLucI A1b0 A1b0and
and George Thompson P are areYoa areYN araTha
Yoa are hereby reti notified that no nocards noCMCIa noomds
cards no dominoes no fames o ochance oC oCchaaee oCchance
chance whatsoever will be permitted penniUeto <
to take place in your saloons If Ifpermitted lpenDlttecl 1fpermitted
permitted the bartender in charge chargeand chrgeud chargeand
and the players will be arrested arrestedGentlemen arrestedQelttlelDeD arrestedGentlemen
Gentlemen is this thlsaot not ot a peculiar peculiarlaw pecul peculJaw
law that applies to a few particular particularsaloon partka1lsa1ooI1 partlculrsaloon
saloon men tn aact aa not all of them themha we wehaw W WIave
haw ha investigated today and find n4 sev severa several seversi
era eral saloon men that have never lleY I been beennotified bemDOtIAecl beennotIed
notified and did not know that the thegambling th thgaDIbJ1Dg thegin4ging
gambling law has been resurrected resurrectedIs
Is the th meat that these oAcilas eat eatwho eatwho
who enforce laws oa a few men the thesame thei theSSUkO eatl
i same kind Uut they fed the great greatCaesar lIaatCaear grantCaesar
Caesar upon If not why hy do you younot YO YOnot younot
not enforce the t1 laws aa you find findthem Gudthem dndthem
them upon aH alikdi alikdiThe nJr nJrI11e l1ka l1kaThe
The officials know that the major majorit
it Itr of saloons ran cards obminoes obminoesand bmiaoaaand
and poker dice If cards played in ina Ina Ina
a saloon for drinks is gambling then thenwake thenwak thenwake
wake up an4 do year duty and atop atopsleeping stopIoepbg < 0
sleeping 11 I g on your rights If tt is not notgambling DOtaM1ia notgahlln
gambling then go and attend to your yourofadal lOuroAlela1 youroISdl
ofadal duties that the people elected electedyoa
yoa for and stop trying to dictate tu toa tua tua
a few Iea atea ea how they should run rail their thewIt theirbusiwsas theirbaataana
baataana It
ItJOS jos Jo ABBON JtBONN ABBOfAGOI1 A AGBO
GBO GOI1 G THOMPSON N
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NEWS AND VIEWS VIEWSft VIEWSFftOM VIEWSFliOM
ft FrtOW STATE T A TE PAPERS PAPERSCarmaok PAf PAPERSI ERS ERSW ERSCarmaok
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Carmaok vs Tayler TaylsrThe TaylerThe TaylerThe
The Pensacola Journal noting thai thaiBob uBob tl tlBob
Bob Taylor win be a candidate candidatethe caad candid candidthe N Nthe
the United States Senate 1 Iii opposi opposition oppoeltIon opposLtiou ¬
tion to Senator or Carmack up in Ten Tennessee Tenese Tennessee ¬
nessee says Taylor in a bigger erman ermanIn man manin manhi
in a minute than Oarmack cottld be bein heIn beIn
in a lifetime and it te to be b hoped
he will WUi be 1e elected Je Taylor Tar1otisua Tar1otisua4IoabtedI7 is tm tmdoobtedly nodoobtedly
doobtedly a bigger man manmaek th tfcan Car Carmack ar armack
mack on the lecture pbrtform telling teHinggood tetIbaood tellingstories
good stories painting pata p pretty word wordpictures wordp1CtareS wordpcturea
pictures performing on the tla ftottle ftottlesinging do3dlesinging Ie IeBIqtq
singing songs ceasing rainbows rat and andotherwise udotherwise andotherwise
otherwise playing on the emotions of ofa ofJ1DtatJtelc ota
a sympatheic audience asseniitled a ex expressiy Xpreuly x xpreasly
pressiy to be entertained by htm But ButIn Bulin ButIn
In the th higher and sterner fielfe of the theSenate thenate theEenate
Senate nate where practical Ucal stlftesmaa stlftesmaaship st stMeentanship tesftt8hlp
ship held b d sway where repnlation1 repnlation1are telitatiQnare
are made and lost in the theree Aerce en encounters encoten encounters
counters of i g4 4oot dabate te which whichevery whichevery latcheery
every word Is under r eba h Mielight Mielightof eht ehtof
of hostile crticism and me meciaaa nerrhetor1 nerrhetor1dans betori betoriciUa
ciaaa and jokers okera couat D4p1eC for forin forin 1a1n 1a1nin
in that arena Carmack as asry thp1ete thp1etely plete pleteIy
ry overtops Bob as does Bob overtop overtopCarmack OftltoCarmack rto rtoCarmack
Carmack in th t the other tbeI ferd rt Aere ier ere he hereigns heNQn8 liereigns
reigns without A rival fefh iIi is In Inhis Inbls Inhis
his proper prO Er sphere s herf aa D1e e ecb ch Ii lIkely Ifkelytc
tc stay there This h b bt4wevfl < Jwev t is a amere amere aniere
mere matter of opinon o tnoa subject suct t tv tv1lIalba tureyiilbh U Urvtsi6a
rvtsi6a when the th retoratf r frtto the theTennessee theT theFn
Tennessee T Fn sae s natorial prWait p i ootm ootmic oQiiiIa1n8uwaaeeD8locrat oQii oQiiIISuwaa
ic 1n8uwaaeeD8locrat 1n8uwaaeeD8locratlit IISuwaa euwanee Democrat DemocratCarrying DeniratCarrying
lit litj
j Carrying Concealed Wsafpons WsafponsDaval W WDanl WssonDuval
Daval county has h a Judge Ap o pro proposes proe ¬
PoNe poses e to stop the th practce of carrying carryingconcealed ca TYiascoe carryingconcealed
concealed coe weapons At Aa r t re recent recentterm e eDt eDtterm ent entterm
term of court no less thaa thaui ii were wereseat wereto weresent
seat to the convict camp otb3 otb3cwmttes otb3rcontIea r rcouaUea
cwmttes of Ute State had JutfgeB u es Ilk Ilkhhn likehIs
hIs the list of murders mu r wouM great greatIf greatI
If 1 diminish h in future yearSv 7ear1loBraden 7ear1loBradentowa Braden Bradentown
town Journal N
Tha 11 Uf I of a Battleship BattleshipTto
The average cititen clt 1J b 1Je1l beIIthS Hev B that thawhen thatW1aea thathsn
when hsn we have ve buiU a fleet < we e aha ahahave aballhave all allhaft
have one bat this is an error If we wehad weIaad wehad
had spent the six hundred million milliondollars milUOIldoIJu milliondol1rs
dollars that is necessary togive to 1ye us usthe vatile usthe
the fleet eet we want or are anpppsed to towant towaat towant
want if that enormous expenditure expenditurehad a tture tturehad
had given us its fall vaJud in fighting fightingforce ghtIngforce
force without the waste of a d dollarin dollar llarIa
in I graft could we then n fold our hands handsand handsand
and be at rest N t No so In thc first firstplace ftrttlpJact It ret retp1ce
place we could not find men to man manthat manthat manthat
that fleet certainly not with Ameri Americans America meriin
cans ca In flbe tg next n ct place the merj mertL merrniteance merjLUnmlenance
LUnmlenance L t ee of that fleet t would noon sooacoat IOOAlQIit noontost
coat as much as the price of o crea creatlon creellaa cresLion
Lion in the third place the whole wholeftaet wholeIts8t wholeIFest
ftaet would be worth nothing in i tea
years yearsIndeed yeanIndeed yearsIndeed
Indeed ten years is double the theaverage theaverage theaverage
average life of a battleship In 1898 1S98tfra 1898Ur 1898tfra
tfra Ur Oregon performed a remarkable remarkablefeat remarkablfeat
feat and we fondly believed lIeved her herequal hereqal hereqti
equal could not tbe be found on thu thuearth thuearth thuearth
earth Captain JTJark ark assured us sir sirwas sinwas s1rwas
was sound as a not after af l her phenomenal phenomenal phe phenomenal ¬
nomenal voyage and also after her herparticipation berpartieipatlOll herparticipation
participation in the battle off Santia Santiapo ntln ntlngo
po p But she has just been ordered orderedtome orderedJaome orderedhome
home tome to undergo thorough ro repairs repairsher repa1nber repairsbei
her engines e ea guns and all machinery machinerywill machln ry
will 411 now DO be pot upon a modern ba basis baIn baala ¬
sis in other words the splendid splendidMachine splendidmadaine splendidmachine
Machine of 1898 is antiquated and andpast audPMt andpast
past usefulness in 1905 l In 190 she sheWitt sbewJII shewJfl
Witt be ready for tIre boneyaru boneyaruWe boD ro roWe
We thus fee e that money put into Intofleet to totleel a afleet
fleet is like goof go whisky potn poured down downa 4ow1aratholett downratboleft
a rathole ratholett it disappears peGnI If ww wwmoat WImut wumust
moat spend ate hundred millions in intime indmeofrscsritywtputltth
time dmeofrscsritywtputltth of pace why y not BO pot tt in the theform theform theform
form of permanent improvements impmyementerJacksonville r rJacksonville 1acbomue
Jacksonville TlmesUaioo T1JDe U
HThe Th Wftlrfgig W of Thus ThusOccasionally TWeOccasloD1ly mMOccasionally
Occasionally the Whlrlglg whIr of Time Timeruns TImeruns Timefling
runs amuck toppling over the little littleaffairs littleatralra littleaffairs
affairs and pet p projects of our daily uylives daftylivesknocking dailyives
lives livesknocking knocking down dQ our booses of ofcards ofcardswreck ofcardswrecklng
cards cardswreck wrecking the routine of 1 f home homeor
or office or store or factory factoryBut factoryBut
But happily since the advent of ofwant ofWDt ofwant
want advertising < the fearsome little littlewhirlgig littleHwhirlglg littlewhirigig
whirlgig has lost half c cf its terrors terrorsks
ks fantastic tricks do not so often oftenpell OftCilspell oftenspell
spell disaster aa In the days before beforewe
we had learned to harness taana poblicity p UclQrNowat1lne poblicityNowatlmes peblicityNowatimes
Nowatlmes when the whirlgig MyJt1rlgigIddaap whirlgigkidnaps WMrlgIgkidnaps
kidnaps a servant a tenant a part partner artDe pirtnerwhen ¬
ner nerwhen when a plan is I knocked about aboutour aboutour aboutour
our ears earswhentbe earswhen when the whlrigig wbt c1g begins beginsits begnsits
its traditional revenges delivering deliveringpackages deliverintpackages deliveringpackages
packages of trouble C O D we pull pullourselves pullourselves pullourselves
ourselves out from under the wreck wreckage wreckqe wreckage ¬
age and begin to write went atf atfAnd a1 a1bd a aAnd
And after a little time we find that thatpublicity thatpublicity thatpublicity
publicity has repaired the breakage breakageand breaka e eand
and nd that all is well Our routine is isrestored ISrestoredand isrestoredand
restored restoredand and we are ready for tt the thet thevisit e evisit
t visit iit of The Wiirlgig ready readyfortune rea reidyr y yriune
r d fortune riune or oranother another sruasit rua mai l
J
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r
THE FERRY PASS PASSPEOPLE PASSPEOPLE I Ik
k PEOPLE ViNDICATEDMobile VINDICATED VINDICATEDllbblla I II
I I II
I Mobile Register RegisterThe oRegl ter I IThe
H < W WIlle
The reports of the th action of the thepeople thepeople thepeople
people of Ferry Pass Florida In Intreatment Intreatment Intreatment
treatment of the sick peddler found foundsear foundDear foundnear
sear that pteoe are given strong stro c de denial denial deulal ¬
nial by those K 88 who O visited yJ the sick sickman lickJllaJi sickman
man and minister to Mm The re reports nports reports ¬
ports aid Id that at a peddler ped ler from rom Penis Peusaoola PellAcola Peniscola
cola attempting to escape went to toPerry tFerry toPerry
Perry Pass and was Wa driven into the thewoods theWOOds thewoods
woods where he was found overrun overruntoy overruaby overrunby
by ants and insect and in a dying dyingcondition dyingedndltlon
condition The man was taken to toPeneacoUwherehe toPeuaco1a toPeuaco4
PeneacoUwherehe Peuaco1a llrtu rhe died diedMr diedJill diedMr
Mr D W Jameson oa of Ferry Pass Paaswrites P Pwritaa PasswrIta
writes to the Pensacola peJl acoJa Journal say ¬
lug the peddler came to a negros negroshouse negroshouse
house in Ferry erry Pass Saturday sad aadsaid a3dsaid sadsaid
said ft be was sick The nagro report reported
ed the cas CU to Mr ff fP I > W MacLean MacLeanwho
who lives near at hand and Mr Mac MaoLean MacLn MacLean
Lean went to tl the negros house but bntthe butthe butthe
the peddler bad gone away Mr MrMacJLean MrMacLeaa MrM
MacJLean M Lean did not think the mans manscase maa maacue thanscane
case could be b serious M OUS otherwise the theman theJIMUI themait
man would have remained rem 1 where the thenegro theR thenegro
negro R left him The incident pawed pawedout
out of mind until Sunday mon mornhiswfeen nK1 I Iaten
wfeen another anoth 1 negro found the ped JHd1 petj41cr ¬
dler lying in the woods in a bad way
This negro notified no ifted Mr Jameson Jamesonwho Jaansonwho
i who ho went to the sick man discov discovred dlsooverect
red that his name waa Johnson Johnsonand
and that he was on his way to meet I Ihis
his brother broth r who was coming from
Tallahassee to meet Mm he said
He said be was a seaman but not io a
Norwegian Norw n and that ha b was wa a8 of
ScotchIrish extraction Mr Jam Jameson iame Jamaot1 ¬
son says that he b and a Mr Joan JoanGates JolaaGates JohnGates
Gates a neighbor nel hb and ancIth the negro negrothen negrothea negrotheit
then gare p assonance ce to trthe the man tha thanegro tlaaDeIIO th thnegro
negro providing ooftee 00 th tka others othersbringng otb otbbria othersbringug
bringng bria g him hlmMUDer < rinner A large l rge um umbrei urnbrella umbrella ¬
brella brei was placed over oftr the sick man manas manas manas
as protection against ta the sun and andmaUna a amattress amattress
mattress placed Old ttndtr kim He was wascovered waascover wasi
covered cover d with a quilt Water tea teawas tc13was tc tcwas
i
was supplied by Mr r B dark A Anumber Anumber Anumber
number ot attempts att mpts were mad a toget to toget fof
f get assistance lstaDce from the th Pea Peai Pensse Penssehospital Peaaaeosa Peaaaeosahospital
i hospital but failed until Monday Mondaymorning Monda7JUOrning Mondaymorning
morning Mr Jameson says in con conclusion coaI ¬
I elusion MW We did not refuse to no jOnear nonear
near him or assist him ia 1 aay way waystated as asstated s sstated
I stated and to the contrary went weatio weatiohim to tohim 10him
him and offered to help him in an anway ajr ajrI
l1ay I way except taks > him home which whichi whichjWJ whichthought
i jWJ wo thought t would oui be imprudent imprudentFerry ImprudentI
Ferry FerlPass Pass could ouldbe be a little more moreChristian moreChrf moreChristian
I
Christian Chrf tlaD but she is not as ft8 bad as assome uome ansome
some folks think thinkTata tbJnkThIB thinkThis
This account puts an entirely dif different 41flerent iVfferent ¬
ferent complexion upon the story storyand e eand ti tiand
and is so circumstantial that It seems seemsworthy aeeIUworthy seemsworthy
worthy of belief beliefIn llef llefIn
In view of the th expectaion of ofmediate Im Immediate hamediate ¬
mediate response res n e to the call mate mateupon maleupon lf > 1 1I
I upon Pensacola and of the fact Umt Umtj ttTerry i
j Ferry Pass is a little settfament settfamentwith eetttallDfJDtl set tlamentwith
i with Uh absolutely no arrangements for forthe lorI
I the care of sick people from the out outaide outside outside
side it wlH be conceded that tfosse tfosseI ht8eGood tlhseGood
I Good fiamarttians did didas as well 1fI 11 by the theI th thsick thesick
I sick as any others In like situation situationwould sttuatioQould situationwould
would have done and they aid not notinhumanly aotInhumanly notInhumanly
inhumanly drive the sicK man from fromtheir trOllltheir fromtheir
their doors to t die cIS uncared for in the thewoods thewooda thewoods
woods woodsHaving woodaHavt woodsHaving
Having Havt printed the original report reportThe re reThe reportThe
The Register el takes this method of ofcorrecting otrrect1 o ocorrecting
correcting rrect1 it it and id expresses its re regret re regret regret ¬
gret that a story so damaging dJD D to the thegood thegood thegood
good name of Ferry Pass Wu given givencirculation livencircullLt1oll glyencirculation
circulation
THE TRANSMISSION TIA NSMISS ION OF OFYELLOWFBVBR OFYELLOW OPEI2OWPEVEIAND
4 4now
YELLOW YELLOWFBVBR EI2OWPEVEIANDHO FEVER AND ANDHOW
HOW HO W TO 0 NURSE N U1SE IT
At a meeting of the Orleans Parish Medical Society h held ld August 12 1905 1905Dr 19651Dr 1905Dr
Dr Rudolph Mains addressed the Society on the u New duties aad raaponsibilf raaponsibilfles
ties imposed upontrhinad upon thhed nurses and other persons entrusted with the care careof oarel oarsof
of yellow fever rQrpaUents patients in consequence of the newly acquired knowledge of ofthe orthe Ofthe
the mode of trfcaamisslon B mfsilon of this disease by the mosquito awsquitoA
A brief synopsis ey opsls of the elementary facts connected with yellow low fever feverprophylaxis fvrprophylaxis Icierprophylaxls
prophylaxis and a statement of the nurses sanitary duties dutl la I thin disease diseasewhich dl dlwbich diseasSwhich
which he had utilised in his teaching teac lug and submitted to the Society are pub published pulUshed pubUshed ¬
Ushed for the benefit of The Journals readers as follows followsELEMENTARY tollomELEMENTARY folIowsELEMENTARY
ELEMENTARY FAcTS OF EDUCATIONAL VALUE VALUEI
1 YeUow ver verma may be defined as an acute Infectious febrile disease diseasewhich dilleasewhich diseasewhich
which is transmitted from the sick to susceptible Individuals through the theagency thegDC theagency
agency of inos D1 anoei4oes tntoea oes and as far as known by the single species the Steg Stegomyia StgomIa Steg0m3Ia
omyia FasciaU which is the common domestic or cistern mosquito ofNew ofNewOrleans of New NewOrleans NewOrleans
Orleans and in fact of all the localities in which yellow fever prevails Jrevallst
2 L The germ 8rmpr or transmissible poison of yellow fever exists in the blood bloodof
of 0 yellow > ellow fever patients Uent8 only during the first three th e days of the disease < after afterwards afterwards afterwaras ¬
wards the patient ceases d ues to be a menace to the health of others Hence the themportance tbeimportance theimportance
importance of recording reeor4Jngthe the very hour when the attack first began beganS b gan
S The mosquito Stcgomyia Fascist a is powerless to convey the dis disease df dfeaae d deaie ¬
ease to a susceptible person by b its It bite until at least twelve days have elapsed elapsedafter elapsedtte elapsedtter
after biting bltln the th yellow rell W fever patient Thin Thl period of incubation In the mos mosquito r006quito moequfto I
quito is the time that is required for the germ of the disease to breed in the thebody tbebodY thebody
body of ofthe the moequiuy n i iequ1t and to migrate mi te from the Insects stomach to o its salivary salivaryrianris salivaryTbttlhIUed salivaryan
rianris an TheUnited States Army Yellow Fever Commission Oonw aslon found ia I 1900 1900ftai 1900tlaat 1900that
that la Cuba this tlIl period varies from twelve days ia the hot summer months monthsto Obtl18to
to eighteen teen days and over in the cooler winter season
4 After Afterlnoubatbg incubating the yellow fever germ hi b11 its A body during durl the period periodabove peroaM peiioaboe
above aM specified the Stagomyia is ready to transmit he disease during the theentire theeaUre theentire
entire period of its natural life which may ma extend over er 164 days provided the theinsect the1a theInsect
insect 1a et has access to water Qt r Gutteras Walter Reed was wa able ble to innoculate innoculateyellow huulFulate huulFulateyellow iunculateyellow
yellow favor with a Stegomyia fiftyseven days old Guiteraa with another
101 days old Note Note NoteAccording According to Agramonte A < ramonte Stegomyia Fascist in Havana Havanacan
can only be coaxed to bite until four days old With us in Louisiana says saysDupree saysDupree aYjDupree
Dupree it bites bit without coaxing coa ng within twentyfour twenty four hours after emerging from fromthe tromthe fromthe
the pupa cue It was walbeHeved believed at one time that l 1 the females of Steg Stegomyia StegOmyia Stegomyla ¬
omyia must be impregnated illlp nated before they the will wUlbite bite 2 that the female after afterbiting 3tterbiting afterbiting
biting once does not appear to bite 1te a second time or at least until five or orseven orseven orseven
seven days have elapsed but Dupree says that the Stegomyias in Louisiana Louisianathat Louisianathat
that have been isolated and reared apart from the males mal will bite promptly promptlyand
and frequently Probably after they have digested dl lJted their blood meal and like likeAnopheles likeAnopbeletlwlthln likeAnoplieleewlthin
Anopheles Anopbeletlwlthln within three to five days after afteri
5 A period varying from two to t five days usually elapses after the bite
of an infected InCe ted mosquito before the symptoms of yellow fever will develop ia iathe latbe inthe
the human subject This is i the incubation period of yellow lever and the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United States Stat Army Yellow iFever Commission found that in thirteen c1O c1Oo caiflo ca caoi
oi o experimental ex perhn 811 tal yellow 8110 fever obtained by the bites of mosquitoes it varied variedfrom yr1ec1frOJU variedfron
from fortyone hours to five days and seventeen hours after innoculation inaoculaUoaG
G From the above we gather that if an n adult Stegomyia Fasciata Fa bites bitesa
a yellow fiver patient within the first three days of the disease it will have haveto
to incubate the poison in its body from twelve to eighteen ei hteen days Incubation Incubationperiod incubationierlod
period in the mosquito then it it bites a susceptible person at the expire expiration 8Xplrstloo ¬
tion of this time two to five days must elapse I Pile for the disease to manifeft it itself ItIf Itself ¬
self If in the bitten person Therefore ineetinatlBg the probable spread of ofyellow oryeUow ofyellow
yellow lever Leve from a single 1nglelndividul individual to the th susceptible persons in his environ environment env1rozment Y1ror Y1rorment
ment a period of at least twentysix days must be allowed to elapse before beforethe bstorthe o othe
the success or failure of anypreventive any preventive measures directed towards the des destruction deatructlon destruction ¬
truction of the mosquito can be determined In view of the fact that several severaldays seversjdays veral veraldays
days may ma elapse before a mosquito infected from the first case may bke a asusceptible IIUHptlble asusceptible
susceptible person this period of observation should d be lengthened to thirty thirtydays thirt thirtdars thirtydays
days which is the time given by the heakh authorities of New Orleans la the thepresent tlepresent thepresent
present epidemic to determine If a focus will develop from an infected case caseafter ca caatter caisafter
after its It first appearance in a given locality
1
7 The Stegomyia Fasciata cannot convey yellow fever during < the time timethat timethat timethat
that the poison is incubating in Its body twelve to eighteen ei htl1 days it ma mabite mal malbite msjbite
bite freely fr ely and repeatedly during this period but Its bite is innocuous neither neitherdoes neltberdoes neitherdoes
does its bite within this period confer C nter any Immunity to the bitten parson parsonS
S Yellow fever is not transmitted or conveyed by fomites L I e articles articlesor artleJNor
or inanimate objects that have come in contact with yellow fever patients or ortheir ortheir ortheir
their immediate surroundings Hence the diflfeeUon dtf infection of clothing bedclinff bedclinffor
or merchandise e supposedly soiled or contaminated col am1n td by contact or proximity proximitywith
with the sick Is unnecessary
9 The bodies bodi s or cadavers of the dead from yellow fever are incapable of oftransmitting oftlDsmlttlnc oftransmitting
transmitting the disease unless death occurs within the first three thr days ot otthe ottbe otthe
the disease a rare occurrence aDd then only if mosquitoes are allowed to tobite tobite tobite
bite the body before decomposition has set In InThere In11Tllere
11Tllere 10 There is no possibility lUtJ of contracting yellow fever from the black blackvomit blac blacvomit bIacvomit
vomit evacuations or other excretions of yellow fever te patients
11 An attack of yellow fever caused a as ft always is I by the bite of the theStegomria tbeStecomrJa theSteEom31a
Stegomria confers immunity against subsequent attacks le l of the disease diseaseDtstls d dDuties diseaseDii
Duties Dii tks of th thlJ Trafntdl Train ci Nurse
NEW DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES IMPOSED UPON TRAINED TRAINEDNURSES TftAlHEDNURSES TRAINEDS
S NURSES IN THE TREATMENT OF YELLOW FEVER IN CON CONSEQUENCE CONSEQUENCE CONSEQUEJ4CE ¬
SEQUENCE OF THE ABOVE FACT
1 1 No To nurse can be b cou considered l recI as trained in the management man eat of yellow yellowfever yenowfev yellowyer
fev fever yer in the l1 light ht of present accepted knowledge unless SIte e reaves fully fullyearnestly fullyeameat17 fullyearnestly
earnestly and conscientiously that the disease is transmitted solely oJe by mos mosquitoes 11IMqultoes moequItoe ¬
quitoes and that it is her duty to prevent the admission of these Insects to tothe tot tothe
the t e sick room and to destroy de8tlOJthem them promptly if they should find their way waytherein waythere1l1 waytherein
therein there1l1TItat
2 That as the inseparable attendant at the bedside of the patfeat she shemust Ih stemust I Imust
must cooperate with th the physician n in the discharge of his hi functions as tflJar tflJardtan uar nardian uardian
dian of the public health The trained nurse ia this capacity becoming direct directly ¬
ly the most efficient and important iJD sanitary agent ent m m preventing the spread spreadof
of yellow fever in infected localities Upon her intelligent appreciation ot ofthe otthe
the mode of transmission of this disease her er personal safety if sha is s an anaonimmune anBOBimmune annonimmune I
aonimmune and the protection of the family and the entire household hOl of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the patient especially if these are not Immunes largely if not no entirely entirelydepends entlrt1ydepends i
depends dependsS I
S Every nurse must sear 1tMrJII in mind nd that the most most malignant yellow fever feverpatient feverpatient j
patient p is innocuous iniocu ous and absohttety ab harmless to even the most susceptible sUicepttbeiDOD4mmune sucept1benonimmune j jBonimmune
Bonimmune If the proper P preeautk preeIL ao > B are utkea t ahe 1t to prevent the themoaquItes acces acc of ofmosquitoes atmo
mosquitoes mo to the patients person
4 The Tite greatest freedom of personal contact and intercourse may th there therefore ro rofore rffore
fore be permitted Itted between the yellow fever sick and the well in the sick sickroom sic sickroom it itroom
room and provided the Innoculation of mosquitoes by biting the th patient patieniI palientduring patientLduring
I Lduring during the first three days da s of the disease is absolutely pi prfted < cured 1 1t i
t
1 f3flDepillatirnZuit1 c Pills s The dose is one JustY just justone
one pill at bedtime The result is isa isI
I J er Sa cr a gentle laxative the day follow following foUowI ¬
I Y 3 3t ing They cure indigestion bil biliousness bili ¬
i iousness constipation cODsd don for they theyactdirectlvon theyf
t actdirectlvon the Hveri iIver ° 1 c ch T Tf
f h 1
f
5 The ThemISSIOn mission of Ofatralnednurse a trained nurse is not satisfactorily accomplished aceompllahedlfai if a aj ai
i patient autfering froru any kind of fever in localities infected with yellow yellowfever 1111feTer ycilowfever
fever who is confided d 10 o her h > r care is allowed to be bitten by a mosquito mosquitoeven
even if the fever is proven pro n not to be yellow enow fever jJosquho onqutto bites are annoying annoyingand aDDOylnd
and d harmful even if not infective to the patient and It must be looked upnu upnuas upxas
as an evidence of neglect if he h shows evidences of mosquito stings
6 No none can consider herself a trained yellow fever nurse onleas she shehas SO SOhal sheI
I has made herself thoroughly familiar taD Uar with the weapons which science and andexperience aadi andexperience
i experience have given her to effectively protect her noniafecte1 patients and andthose andthfJ8 andthose
those persons who are dependent upon her knowledge and exertions > for safety safetyfrom aatetlfrom safetyfront
from the infected
7 The weapons of off offense and d deftmao that toe nurse must learn to tohandle tohandle
handle in protecting her patients are areA areA j jA
A A The MosquNb MG Mo1I Bar BonWnet netPrefMt Prsfsirsct te b MIMe et the Patient In His B rf 1 i
1 The Th netting of bars b must have meshes ftaa s eno enough to fjravant 1 It tne tneMlssage thassag I IJss
Mlssage Jss ssag of iqp9 tokoes tokoesZ pkoea koee koeeaetafte1ll
2 Masanitfla MaquI can bite through inotsjaito nets wnan w III any a pact of the thepatients tHpatient thepatients
patients body I Ii to contract with lth the netting aetUtl l
3 Freoaent Freq examinations e should be made to sea Mat there are no torn tornf toralaces tornplaces
f places laces in the netting and that no mosquitoes mo have found a lodging inside insideThe IaldeThe insideThe
The netting ae should be well tucked ia to keep ks the mosquitoes to from fromentering fromriJI fronterthg
entering riJI
5 If Ifu awsquttoe qstc ft4w are found Vtthla thIa tb tile aettia they should 1 na killed la laafqt lanot in1p
afqt 1p not merely driven or shaken out outf outAU
f AU cages of fever t I should be promptly J reported to the physician physicianawaiting physicianawaiting
awaiting his arrival IUTI they theybould should be covered with a mosquito bar This Tit is par particularly PAriicbJrly perticUlarly ¬
ticularly important hi dealing Uag with mild fevers especially in infants and andchildren aadchlldrea andchildren
children in localities liable to infection with yellow fever The disease man manifests manifests manItests ¬
ifests itself in such 011 a mild nd form in infantile and early childhood that it is islikely Islikel Islikely
likely likel to escape uea r recognition It1011 On account of the very mildness of the svnip svniptoms svmptollUl svniptouts
toms the usual precautions are not taken and the mosquitoes are able to tospread tospd tospread
spread th the disease cUe without molestation The mild or anracoanhiad eco eases are arefor vator arefor
for this reason the th most dangerous d erous from a sanitary ta17 peat of now viewScrens vI vIB nowB
B Scrssns ScrssnsAll
All openings leading to t the sick chamber snould be screened Mill Oatside Oatsideof
of hospitals wire screens are not usually available a sad d jwowaloaal screens screenscan er screenscan eeU8eh >
can be made of bobblnet or cheese cloth which can be lacked or otherwise e
secured to the U e openings of the sick room roomG
G Sulphur and Pyrethrum for Fumigation FumigationFumigate FumigationlIumt FumigationPuiutgate
Fumigate te the room with sulphur or pyrethrum insect powder to destroy destroypossibly dHtrOTpo destroypoPsIbly
possibly po slbly infected m ed d mosquitoes as early as poMtfeff pobfait after the fourth aay ds of fever feverSulphur fecrftrSulphur feverSulphur
Sulphur burned in an iron pot is the surest way and if used la proper Pli1 Quantity Quantitywill tIUD tty ttym
will m not Injure fabrics or colors Three pounds in an average avea ve room is suffi sufficient sn sndent m mclent ¬
dent if the room be b closed more accurately tw two ponnda of sulphur ar to 1000 10Wcubic i ielble Acubic
cubic feet of space is estimated by sanitary authorities and ae e pound of ofInsect ofinsect ofInsect
Insect powder to 1090 cubic feet will suffice to stupify the mosquitoes The Themosquitoes n nmosquitoes Themosquitoes
mosquitoes will fall to the floor oor and should be eoUected and burnt Two Twohours TwohOllrs Twohours
hours fumigation with ith sulphur Is quite sufficient ia I ordinary eases eu The Thefumes Thefumes thefumes
fumes of sulphur will not remain long and household Ammonia I sprinkled sprinkledabout sprinkletabout Je1about
about the theroom room will diminish their unpleasantness unpleasantnessThe p alltnen alltnenThe
The fumigation should be done in the morning so o o that the room will be befree berN befree
free rN of odor by night and an it should be done preferably in dry weather When Whenever Wheneftr Whenever ¬
ever the condition of the patient will permit a room adjoiaiag the one eaeoccupied OMooeuple4 oneoccupied
occupied by the tbepatlnt patient should be firM purified of mosquitoes aad prepared for forthe torthe forthe
the reception of the patient who is to be carefully transferred to the A diem disinfected cUalnfeeted diemfected ¬
fected room as early as possible after the fourth day dayThe da daThe dayThe
The work of disinfection nd mosquito mo qulto de destruction as wall as screening screeningis J
is BOW conducted by the tJa Health Authroitiee immediately after notineatloa Dot 1oR by bythe bythe bythe
the attending physician But In n isolated localities or when hea delay dela la 1 obtain obtaining obtainIn obtainIng
ing In < sanitary relief is unavoidable the physician and andDurq nurse moat direct the themembers themembers themembers
members of the household b in applying the prescribed pre regulation regulationAdditional rep repAdtUUonal reguIntIoasAdditional
Additional precautions in sulphur s phur fumigation reeonmesMied by the Health HealthAuthorities HealthAuthorities
Authorities in charge of sanitation in New Orleans OrJ daring the yuacent yuacentepidemic peeseuepidemic t tepidemic j
epidemic epidemicRemove epidemicReJllV8 epidemicRemove
Remove all ornament onaam nt of metal such as brass copper stiver ad gttt gtttfrom gUttrom giltfrom
from the room that is I to be fumigated All object of a matalMe Ulo nature naturewhich aatur4rwhich uturwhich
which cannot be vtmoved OYed can be beprotectINIlty protected by covering ecweri the ovjaeta UghUy UghUywith UctUyw UghuywIth
with w paper or with a thin th coating of vasoifae y applied with a aRemove amah breehRemove amahRemove
Remove from the room to be fumigated aU avbrlo brio material attar thor thorougbiy taorougWy
ougWy OUK y shaking Ib Open opeDaD all drawers d and doom of furniture and dol dolThe closetsThe closets closetsThe
The room should ftouldbeaIo be I closed ed and made as tight tl t as possible tor b stopping all allopenings allopentn allopenings j
openings Jn chiauiey cbIui y floor oor walls keyholes and cracks near nen window and anddoors aAdcIooriI an4doorsdYlCed
doors
doorsOrerlcer Orerlcer c Cfcn in be beo eklod f1Jy > By pasting putl strips of ofJIILt paper oM ohlra a4 asflrspagsca over overthem OTWthem overthem
them with a apiUte pa pUte U made of Hoar HoarThe tourThe P PThe
The sulphur eUl pJrar shoaitl ke placed in an iron pot flat skillet preferred and andthis udthis andthis
this placed oa obrieb 0 brIcks in a tub or other convenient water raoaptaale wtt wt about aboutan aboutanlacb aou aouan
an anlacb inch of water la the th bottom This fe I a precaution which must ba taken to toguard topard toguard
guard against a aocideats as the sulphur au1 1ur Is liable to boil over aad sat Ire to tothe 10the tothe
the house houseThe houaeThe housOThe
The sulphur suJ r is readily ignited by sprinkling alcohol over < it and lighting it itTha itThe ItTb
The Tb apartment should be kept closed for two hours and then opened ope up upand p pand
and well ventilated ventilatedNOTB veatUatedNQTBTo ventilatedNorTo 1
NQTBTo NOTB To find the cubic content of the room JOOID multiply the length o othe oC oCthe othe
the room by the width and this total by the height and to flnd nd the amount amountof I Iof
of sulphur necessary to fumigate tmnl te the room divide the cubic eoaitifcta eo e Elllta by MO MOand iOOaad 100and
and the tb result will b hi the amount of o sulphur required hi inrake pounds poundsTake po poTake
Take for forample example a room 15 feet long 1oa 10 feet wide wld and It 1 feet t high wa wawould WIwOllld wewould
would multiply 15x10x10 equals 1500 cubic feet Divide this by MO W and aa you youwill YOtlw11l youwili
will have the amount of sulphur required YB 8 pounds
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I YELLOW FEVER FEVERTLccoruin FEVERlobile I II
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lag up ot othe the uealty atty Ota does not have havefor havetor havefor
for its ala ta object the prevention entlon of ofutagemyte oftegemyt of5tegomfIH
utagemyte moaqultos e Ic pasted utd ef effort effort effort ¬
fort la l an interview printed Jlri in the theHavana theHavana theHavana
Havana Pont tn the doctor says It Itseems Itteena Itseems
seems that thatJUnerlcau America will persist in inbelieving InbtllevlnC Inblleving
believing tba tha thtyelIow > ytllow ellow fever rey r comes from fromdirt fromdirt
dirt Yet all 1l 1 must Jt kw know that in 1900 1900when 1900when 1900when
when tab cJ o < weafc w we through what whatwas whatwas whatwas
was perhaps tha tb worst yellow fever feveryaar feveryear i iyear
year in afl JClW ff ftsrttorl tor our streets streetswere 8tr streetswere t twere
were most spotlessly clean We were werescrupulously weresorupu101lll1 werescrupuloiMly
scrupulously elean and yet we had hadth hadtQ ad adthe
th tQ fever and IL more re Of it than ever everWe everhad everwe
We had had before In 1901 the tb mos mosostto moeqIto
ostto 0 theory flBtsad d Jnathold hold Its It pre8Ipts preespts pre preeapts
eapts bare been complied with ever eversince ever8k1ce everaince
since and now observe that although althonshoar
oar towa is 1 di 4irwwe 4irc we are not develop developyellow developell developf
yellow ell w teve f nor GO or rare are we likely to tomatted tou4 toinatt
u4 f matted inatt how W Mirty 1rty w wIff we t art aseit5 Briia Briiav
eit5 v a Iff rte get Jk M fang Ij es 53ns owr dirfi dirfiUOM d dn
UOM n dM d s not 1jb ih the fora e fB fBnant of st stnant tasj tasjnant
nant Btftt n4 4 atmilar mosquito mosquitobreedSiiK JDOIqultob moaquitobreed
breedSiiK b breed placss lAc or develop in us s an anunXricsJDy anu anuiLriy
unXricsJDy u attltoda attlt toward fumlaation fumlaationTboogli fuiIgsUonTboaIIeise uuooplease
Tboogli TboaIIeise please f lease underatand that Us t am amn amuc n nnot
not n uc sdftocrtu r 01 ny reftwadon of the o
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W Bat 1 cannot ill t Lie3p Jp > wishing w that thatfrftoaVa wh when whenral5e n nfJW
frftoaVa fJW ral5e ef ears av wax enthusiastic about aboutsewers aboutIewerta4 aboutsewergU4
sewers Iewerta4 tad genital desnUDOfs cJeuJl e they theywould tht thtwouldraTe theywould
would wouldraTe b have ve the kindness not to mix mixthat m 2nxthat x I Ithat
that matter with possibilHie of yel yellow ye yelow > el ellow ¬
low fever for these are ar two entirely entirelydistinct enUrelydistinct entirelydistinct
distinct and very different matters mattersThe mattersThe mattersThe 1
The Swkwity IUb SUb T TaVsra vr t Failure FailureThe FailureThe 1
The Theger soBnager W of the defunct BUD snbvay BUDTay subvay
vay or rqiIg1 raltgkm Igje saloon loon in N Not NotI New Newrk WJ
York rk say sail in exi ex lalniq alnins its failure failureWe failureWe IsilureWe
I We never nev allowed an a succession 01 01many oimany o omany
many drinks we never took the thedrinker tbpdrinker tb tbdrinker
drinker w tha fotmi tt where h he be became kI became
came rsfitlast of III hl money y and andwhere aDdhere
here 5 he bBga tapering rlag his drinks drinkswhereia drInkswhereta drinkswheret
whereia Haa I1 lha profit mlt In other othertvord j jvrords
I vrords Just aa i ithi yth the < customer cu tomer wa waabout W3bout waabout
about to become profitable > to us wt wtent Wts wesent
sent s < nt them th m away Our profit on act actnal actual actual
ual material MId less JMttfl as low as asso
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so par cent wbereax tile average averageraloon aTwaeFaloon averageraloon
raloon keeper could1 not exist unless unlesshp WIleshf
hp h > made from 100 to 200 per cent centThes centThE centThes
Thes > s fibres fiKUr > s if cOrrect rre are 16 illumin illuminative illumina illuminaiveMiami ¬
ative a aiveMiami iieM Miami ami Metropolis I ropo1l8 1 1I
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oQr Extract from Revised Stat Statutes Statutes Statutes +
utes of Florida FloridaSec FloridaSec
4 Sec 766 756PENAlTY PENALTY FOR FORSPREADING 4 4SPREADING 4SPREADiNG
+ SPREADING FALSE F A L SERE SEREPORTS S E RE REPORTS 4 4PORTS
PORTS OF DlSEASE DISEASEAny DISEASEAnyperson Afly Aflyperson <
+ person or persens who shall sballfalsely shallfalsely 4 4falsely
falsely Or ° r maliciously dtesemJ dtesemJnate d disseminate serm sermnate < <
nate or spread sprea rumors or re reports 4 4ports
4 ports concerning the existence existenceof 4 4of
of any infectious or contagious contagtousdl 4 4disease
4 disease dl ease shall be guilty of a amisdemeanor amisdemeanor < >
4 misdemeanor and upon oonvlc convlctlon oonvlction 4 4tlon >
tlon therefor shall be punish PUrMsJ1cd 4 4cd
4 cd as provided by Sectten 786 786Sec 7 4 4See <
4 Sec 786 Shall be fined In Ina 4
4 a sum not lass Ies than 100 nor normore 4 4more >
4 more than 1000 or b be impris Imprisoned hnprlsoned 4 4oned >
oned In the county jail for not notleas notless 4 4less
less than three n Me r mere than thansix thansl thensix
+ six sl months monthsUNIVERitfTY monthsUNIVfMfrY +
4 1
+ + + + + + 44 44UNIVERMTY + + + + + +
UNIVERitfTY OF THE THESTATE THESTATE THESTATE
STATE OF FLORIDA FLORIDAtha FLOrUDUte
si Ute Ui lollowing subjactsr subjactsrI
I Lancnags Langa nil Utaratwre A four fouryear tour Iouyear
year r awaw laadias Iea4 to the dagrae of otBachetor ofRaehel ofBachelor
Bachelor t o at AJta Greet ic nat r rQuired ruJred ye yeuired
Quired but J 4 offered ere as an elective electiveJttougbout e1ectJYEtt I8cU ye yeout
Jttougbout out t OKI aanrae aanraeII r rIL
IL II General Wence IenceDtvidd Divided teta tetathree mbthr InLthree
three thr courses 1 Chemical course courseXatXmnaUcal OOUrMKathemaUca1 oourseMathematical
Mathematical coarse Natural M History Historycourse Bleto BletoI BIitorcourseL
course No Greet Oft and only entrance entranceLatin entranceLatin trancerua
Latin i requir3d hi the th eovraea All
1
vu J JIIL
IIL Artcuttvre Mrfcultueloet Fo y r and an two twoyear twoear twoyear
year ear course courseIV courseeIV w wlv
IV JBhgineerrng EbginennlPen hgineerngPaorys5In YtoQrTaar course coursen
tD n Mechanical Civil C i vn and andEagInceriug Electrical Electrical3cgiacerin Jlectrl t I Iicarjng
3cgiacerin icarjng also a twoyear courso coursoin couzsu
in n Mechanics No Latin a or o Greek is istequired IStequired s stequired
tequired in III or r TV The full couno counounder c0ur30inder
under 1 1L 11 III and an TV lead to the de degree degree ¬
gree of Bachelor of Science the tb shoc shoccourses shtcourses hj t tcursea
courses to t t a Ortiflcato rtl of o oV Proflcieor
V Pharmacy A fun twoyearcoursa twoyearcoursao twoyear course
to o be h begun be un fn Setember S SVtembervJ telaber lf EfJt EfJtYI n nVI >
VI KornuU NOl1lUWTl1ne 4The Three courses conn for foriparhera fJrtfadlen rrtpaiers
iparhera A oneyew on > yGaI course eonrsea oadin > t ta o oa
a rctincsre tUicrf A threeyear threeyearig con CC I itaj itajIn P I I1J6
In 1J6 to ai a U I I Diploma A i fouryear fouryearcourse foaryeareourse fouryearcourse
course leading eadin to the degree of Bace
lor of Pedagogy PedagogyAn
An amp orpg of competent oom competentera nt tsva tsvaers
A hizh hj b i gh h
ers M uriftJExP6i i rrionlam Expe peLs r rincluding i iJn r rJncluding
including Jn 1uding board 1 12f i2 to l JiG o pfr year yearterm yeahIt yearfL1l
hIt term opens September t I9 191Sena l9i r
Sena for C cn asig asigAKDRBW N NANDRw
AKDRBW SLBDD SIDoLake PresSenL
Lake City honda 9lortdaraea JIorWaL hondaLow
L Low w rates at South 8outbfrl1 rri rrirooms Tf Tfrooms I frr fffroom
rooms and board

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