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I In aa additional contribntton ef eClt eCltw 1 M Mto i itA
to tA the relief and and LIt Mt SI er che cheUnited tJaeUtalted tkeUnItM
United Charities CharitiesTon CUriU5I charIt charItTo
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leave ef aWes 1111 He hi spending his hisholiday Ilia1IoU ti tio3I4ay
holiday 1IoU in the di city dtJbe dtyTh
be Th v ftIk t ef Frank Po Poto PotI PotI4MIt Por
r pIssd to see him w out yester yesterday 7tl Jtert ¬
t day a7 Mr Pen ked a severe attack attackef attacktie
ef tae ierer and yesterday wae he hetrst HI heIsos
I I trst time lap had Wen sMe 4e be beBextooa 1Nt 1Nti
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be theGtehria r Gtehria which came cameaad CUIto csev
v to the 4 4iii trNR umst13 umst13LN
iii t f MM bass of pot potejeanUty pots
s a ejeanUty of kamit in inIs ta1MIIk n nbslk
1MIIk Ths Sl Is from fro Hambcrg Hambcrgto Hua HuaCI
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aad 54 1 1Co ii1 CI to tINt t Onlf Tmncit TmncitInformation tiwitCo
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1Ism Information wu re received reW ref ¬
f ceived ved by Mrs W B Jtoed yesUTday yesUTdayef
ef f the t deaXh in Jackson BlaeIaIo Mis Uss of ofher ofAa o ob
her b sister dat Mrs Drameld d Ae no nonews uod
news had d been received ef her illness illnessIt
It is 1 nriismii fIr1 e here that death was
d Another j1 Aotbs V1I8 contrlbntSen to the Unttr Unttrd Ua UaawtUeI UattITSe
y d Charities W that of fjtt from fromMeyst froIao
Meyst ITSe BASS lSS ef Cincinnati wfco send sendthat esdtk 4 4ac
that tk t am lent U Lt thronch their agent M MJheeey JILC L Ly
Jheeey C y it f tmis city The money moneyIE oae oaeI ey eytI
IE I ftreatly neeied oda4 sad is grateCnllr grateCnllrFlorida pMeCIITnoet grsteftflTh
noet noetL
Th iw L Florida reached i port portafter HXtJnTr ptP
JnTr P after ter am absence mi over a at aIII aw
w IUL III I JPt t in 1 a tww of o oiA eight eightwith t tl
l nall iA with lumber I sd 4 4ef 1 1f N Nri
ri ef timber During the recent recentbad Ne8lttWT
I bad weather WT 1 the Florida with wt her tow towVB tow1M towt
VB am the t narrows and l ia1aedoadi remained remainedtnen IDedI IDedIad
tnen smtH the tb weather ttaer settled settledJerry set Ued UedJ
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Jerry J J Mlhraa iiiai 1Ya Jr who Is now nowawn 1IOIIrtlae owvkb
awn with the yellow fever < is 1 1Ia re repens1 releeIy
pens1 ss detaf Ia very nicely Mr MtS11 Sal Sals
s father tber lid entire tire family are areft are1 j
ft tne cfty ett at t present < and In their theirhe tkelrbe
11 he is s being given special at attes t tby
tes r L by his personal friend fvlesdIss and andlimnlrinu I Ii
limnlrinu i = Iss Qr I P G Beashaw Beashawthe uw ahawk I
Ia the rs rspsrt ef the meeting oC oCof Itof C CSN
SN of PvbHc Works arb held Moo i itn jd jtp Itoa
toa te tn resolntion was passed passedthe pssssdII d
II the resignation 1oa of O Street StreetQtngles StreetIt Streetioa4t
It ioa4t w Qtngles O4sgI it was state te j jW9t jwere
1 oaibsrs were W9t pllQMMaA TH TIts TItsftNI M Mthe
5 ftNI a s the chairman dial Mr Mrnot Mra
1 a not nt the meeting < tJac hsv hsvout Jut Jutf v voa
oa out of the city for totSs some somee
s I Itile Iws
ws tile e standnoint Iat ef s oWy oWybtog 7 7tq
b nn nething tq abont the Utefaarn UtefaarnItIMton bana banas nmjns nmjnsttebor
s ttebor bo Flsver vor is L it aetnanv aetnanvto CJt1Ia advayeLL4L y i
cia eLL4L T to e Bine Ribbon Lemon LemonM Lemoad
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SECRETARY SECRE TAR Y JONES JONESI s sO7V
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SPEAKS PLAINLY PLAI ABOUT CAUSES CAUSESTHAT CAUSESTHAT CAUSESTHAT
THAT LED TO PRESENT PRSEN R SENT CONDI CONDIT10NS CONDITIONIS CONPTIOS
T10NS IN THE TKIE50UTH5PEAK5 TKIE50UTH5PEAK5i SOUTH SOUTHSPEAKSHIGHLY SPEAKS SPEAKSCITY
i HIGHLY O OF > F THE DEEP WATER WATERSecretary WATERCITY
0 t 0t CITY CITYHIGHLY CITYI CITYSecreta17 CITYSscrstazy
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Secretary W a Jefec 01 IRe tb Cham Chamber Iuunher Oiiaatberofoc1lhwbo ¬
her berofoc1lhwbo of Oosasnercsv Oa t f who lie is JaJlO1 JaJlO1NMIIvWe now in inNaehvOte IuNbyIUe
NaehvOte aftfe s dm tI following In Interview fAterriew 1itetv1ew ¬
> terview to ft reeieetataUve tatITe of the theNashville theNulaYlBe theNmsk1fl5
Nashville DeiMJ Baaer the tb arUde appnr appe apper appering
4 r tag in that paper on Osa OsMr Wednesday WednesdayMr Wed18
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Mr W Chipter C1iI Jones 1 Secretary of ofthe ofUte o othe
the Chamber of Commerce at Petto Pettocola PeneaIs PeHacoa
> cola 9 a i Is ia the city for a few fewdays fewda7s fewdays
days He h Jtat ba e remained at t hfe post postaU poetaU Postall
aU during d1Uta the th yeHow Iow fever epidemic epidemictaere eptdemtetAere epldemcthere
taere and 4 expects ex to rar retarD the t e latter latterpart latt lattI atte attepart
part of tats week or the brat of next nextHi ntHi ne nep
p I Hi family faa y has ss been la lasince asbvte asbvtence ht htthe
since nce the fever nrst st became serious seriousand Hrioalid serIoaiand
and be is here to visit them Mr MrJones MrJoa MrJones
Jones Joa has a great sL many Mends friendsNashville hi hiJ n nNashville
Nashville as he married here and aadlived udIITeci andlhed
J lived in this dry for several 5eYeF years yearsHe yeanI yeanHe yearsHe
He returned however to his boy boyhood bo bohood ¬
I hood home Pensacoia a number of ofyears 0I otyears
years ago and nd hac been largely 1a eIy instra instramental Ill8tntmeatal lnstnit
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mental t In the upbuilding of that pros prosperous properoua moeI
I perous gulf port city In talking ta tB with withHa withI
Ha I a Banner reporter this morning Mr Mrsaid Iri MrJont
i JOD said
MJdDlab
Diabolical Dlab Hoal Crime
Toe most Nt AtahoUcal l crime of the thecentury theeeutury tbecentary
century wac oonmitted by the health healthauthorities
1 authorities of o N NIw w Orleans Orl when tb tbfact the t1ttaet thefad
fact that t yek yellow w f fever ver had broken ont ontia oatiA Gitlit
ia that city was suppressed suppressedOa
000 Oa July ii 1 aa excurstoa patronized patronisedby
by from three to five ve huadred cldzeM cldzeMof
of Peosaoola Peo uo wa wag run iato New Gw Or Orleaas Or1ea Or1es
leaas 1ea is water igaraace l aBQe that yellow yellowfever yellowfeTor yellowfeec
fever existed in fee Oresoeat O 88 8Rt Rt Ucy UcyThis tAtTTltls UltyThIS
This excursioa oa returned to Pensacola PeasacolaOB
OB July 17 aad from reports of par parSOB pe peSORa persass
SOB sass for fonniagt816 ZorMisg i g tte e excursiea party partythe pariytH partytJbe
the first ret iadraation that the world worldbeyoad worM8eOBd worldbeyosd
beyoad thedty t limits of o New Orleansad Orleans Orleanshad ns nsKd
had ad of the existence of the yeihmr y pa pague paPe pagUs
gUs la that th city was made notwith notwithstanding DOtwttkstu otwIthstanding ¬
standing stu It has as siace developed and andhac andbeen andhas
has been admitted by the health au authorities authorltI antboiitle5 ¬
thorities thorltI of o New Orleans tfrt yeilo yeilofever eJlo eJlor eIIofevar
fever r had existed there t ere siaoe Boe May MayActing
84 34HAcUac
Acting spot this iafonnation iR Dr DrWarren DrWan DrWarrest
Warren E Aatersoa oa ageat st at Peasa Peasacoia Pea PeaooIa Peiiucola
cola of o the btate te Board of o Health of ofFlorida orFlorWa ofFlorla
Florida immediately reported the thematter thematter thematter
matter to the Ui Public Health and Bd Ma Martae MarbIe Marise
rise Hospital service ia Washing Wft with withthe withue wkktbe
the result re thai aa immediate Invest investigatioa Inv8Jtlpdoa InvestgatIoa
gatioa was instituted by the Marine MarineHospital MarbutBo MarhieBoal
Hospital erriee aad yeUow fever au auonaced anJtOGBced aunounoed
onaced a At prevailIng ia 1 New Orleans Orleanso OrleansJ1Ity
o jMly 21
Traoed Direct DirectThe Dreotrhe DireotThe
The health atrthftritiec a ut rldea of the t e City Cityof Cttyof Ctyof
of Peacmoofe and aD of the u State of ofFlorida of1IIodda ofloiids
Florida 1Ia hare been able a to trace the theiatrodHctoa th thlatroclaetloa theIltrodMetloS
iatrodHctoa of jnelknc 3ew fever f fev into Pen Peaaacola PenacoI Pencola
aacola cola to the excursion ex ursIoo referred to toThe tonaduea to1Th
naduea 1Th The dtiseae of o New Orleans were werewfee wereaoaclL werewise
wise aaongh at tke l3i out et or rather ratherae
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ae eooa as k wu established ed In the themiadc tb thmiads
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miadc 1l 1Mk of O the oitteeashlp c1t1sea latp of that city citythat cltJth citythat
that t yellow terev 1e really meted there thereto I Ito
to appeal to the President of the theUnited tbeUatted theUstted
United State to place the Marine MarineHospital MarineHospital I IBoepIt1
Hospital service la 1 charge of the thefight tbet theaght
fight t against I the plague Everyone Everyonewho veryoue veryouewho I
who reads the newspapers is la a aposition aIoa I
position po Ioa to J tcla de of O the wisdom wIIIcJomthis of ofthis f fthis
this movement and 4 also to form an anidea anIdea anIdea
idea of the absolute ate nececclty for foraovemmeat fOaoeat forgoveneat
aovemmeat control of quarantine
matter teN ac well a am of epidemics i of oftefectiotts ofdl offect1os
tefectiotts fect1os sad contagious diseases diseasesDtiai dl diseasesDual ea8eE ea8eEDuaf
Dual Service ServiceThe ServiceThe I IThe
The management of health and andaoarantine anduaraatlae andquarantise
aoarantine matters in the th State of ofFlorida ofIIorida ofFlorida
Florida are in a sense dual the ma marine martae marise ¬
rise quarantine regulations JatiouDeing being ua uadel under uader
der the t e supervteloa of the th Public PublicHealth PUbl1CI1ealUa PbxceaftIi
Health and Marine Hospital Ho Service Servicewhile Servicewldle Servicewhile
while state health matters are under underthe und undthe underthe
the sttservUrioa of the State Board of ofHealth ofHe ofHealth
Health throua tlanMIP the t e State Health OMeeI Offitkk Offi Officer ¬
cer thte oSctal being lac both a state stateoncer stateoacer stateOOOr
oncer and 4 a ainlrgwa surgee sur in S the tb Marhe MarheHospital IarheHta1 MarheHOSPItIl
Hospital Service S Serviosqyder ServiceUnder 1Ioe 1IoeOsdel
Under this system the State Health HealthOslcer Healthooer HealthOcer
Oslcer being befn supreme np in all health healthmatters heakhmatters i I
matters we w are not harassed la h1th1 IIJr IIJr11cIa iIrIda l > r rida
11cIa ida with the idiotic shotgun quaran quarantine qlarant1ae quarantiDe ¬
tine maintiihied ta1M4 in several states of ofthe ofUIe ofthe
the south but in Peasacola I regret regretvery regrfJtftIT regrett17
very much to state t we have had to tocontend toeoateacl tocontend
contend with force almost as detri detrimental detrjtat detriaeatal ¬
mental tat as the chatgna ull system Mem of ofsnaraatlne ortae ofquarsatise
snaraatlne tae LA a pojtloa of our pop populntion po po1IIat1oll POPulitlos
ulntion loth Iodate to believe be e that t yellow yellowfever yellowleft yellowfever
fever existed there and also unwil unwillin unw1lilaC unwilII
lin lilaC II < to accept the mosquito theory theoryof
of transmission t of disease iii have op opposed opPM opposed
posed the ettort of the health author authorities autllar1tiea authorIties ¬
ities to stamp tamn the disease flseas out
Mosqtrite Theory TheoryIn
001 In the press disnetehe e of today todayI
I aote that there were tweatytwo twentytwonew
new ew cases directly due we primarily primarilyto
to the failure of o the theienie element which I Ihave Ie Ihave
have e Just 11M referred to o to accept the themosquito themoeq1Iito themosquito
mosquito theory which Jdcb i Is absolutely absolutelycorrect bIute1ycorrect utely utelyrect
correct rect ac the t hip science sc of matlltJad mathematics mathematicsand
and as unalterable as the laws of ofgravitation orcruhat1on ofgraritatloll
gravitation and through tills refusal
t t
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c Advice to Young Husbands HusbandsIf HusbandsIfyoarealuIsbsndNldassuchIOoILexPsct
If IfyoarealuIsbsndNldassuchIOoILexPsct IfyoarealuIsbsndNldassuchIOoILexPsctto you ate a husband and as such soon expect expectto
to become a father take heed Before you can canrealize caarealize
0 realize your fondest dreams it k i accessary aece that matrreat thatf
f L pat suffering be borne by her whom whoisyou yo vou u love loveS lovebettei loveE
E S better than yourself you OU would wo i do anything anythingin
I in your power powerto to alleviate her suffering would wouldyou wouldyou woiIdc
you vounot not notRfhr DOa DOaA
A c vounotMcthcrsFriezid Mothers McthcrsFriezid Friend FriendA j jA
4 t A liniment of ttaquestmned value in pre prej prewill pregaacy pregaacyI
I will li wonderiuDy j n ease A el the ordeal ordealwhich rl m > 1 thro through throughA 1 I Iwhih
A which your wife must past it is ea eawithin easily easilywi easilythin
within wi thin your our power to procure it surely it itr itrannot itrannotbe
r annot rannotbe be other than your yourdutv duty to todoso todosoOe do so sot soOft
Oft > t dollar per bottle 8t t all trf store 01M Ow Owvaluable OwI Owj OwK
j valuable be book L MotktThoo K i I i4freetofl i4freetoflI free to aU aUw aD1JI92dn
I L I w ask askBradfleld k Bradfleld BradfleldRegulator 1JI92dn BradfledI ld ldRegulatolOo
I I RegulatolOo Regu1atoiOoL Regulator Oo OoAtlmntm
L Atlmntm 1111 6 6r ca caI caj ca4k
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to accept a fixed seientiG ttao prittfeipfl prittfeipfla
a concealment of esses 8e8HBubleu esesBuabeu essesBusiness
Business in Peasacola ic naturally naturallyvery D8t1lraUjTery
very much depressed at the presanii presaniitime pt ptttaae PZSSIIIttime
time but the old city will WI come oomoJJ1t oomoJJ1tOf jut jutof i2tof
of its present baptism ba t1allt of fire a great greater rOAl rOAler ¬
er and more progressive city than it itha IteYer Ithas
ha has ever been beenWe beeBoWe beenW
We W have increased in population populationwithin populMionwithin Jon Jonwtthla
within the past five years about 10 18M 10We 10Os
M We now have in process otf 0 flo flotation AotatJoa 1t0tt19 ¬
tation a bond issue of 8 OOO 80000i for forpublic rfI frpublic
public e improvements such as epm epmptete ensplste 01 01J
I ptete sewerage and surface draining drainingsystem drat1d1tj drahdagsystem
j system pared streets aad d wttior wttiorworks Wutorworks Wr Wrworks
works and within the next twenty twn twntour
tour months we will have hav two rail railroads nulroad railrod ¬
roads in addition adcUU to our present Jaoil Jaoilieg JaotJIe IaoiIl
ieg l in that line lineDeep lineDeep lineDeez
Deep Water Harbor HarborPensaoola HarborHP HarborPnsaoo1a
HP Pensaoola nMCOla is the only deepwater deepwaterharsor deepwaterharBOr deepwaterhareor
harBOr on the Ut Gulf of Mexico The Thecity TIlecity Thecky
city is I situated but seven yen miles mil from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the open waters of the Gulf QUO of Mexico MexicoIt ltI t
It is the winter rendezvous of the thecomblDed thecombined tnecombined 1
combined fleets of the North Atlantic Atlanticsquadron AtJanuClHtuadroa Atlanticsquadron
squadron of the United States Navy Navyand Navyand 1 1ancI
and even though she is now engaged engagedin
in a death grapple with the much muchdreaded mu mutthdreaded h hdreaded
dreaded yellow plague she will rite riteto rI rIto riseto
to the occasion OI1 and within five years yearsthe 7earsthe yearsthe
the products of the fields of TeBneamo TeBneamoand
and the products of the magnificent magnlficefttDUUlufaetar1ng magnificentmanufacturing magnificentmanufacturing
manufacturing establishments of this tlhfigreat thist thisgreat
great t old city of Nashville will be bepouring bepout1 bopoudn
pouring pout1 through her gates to tae taecountries t tecourIes e ecouatrtea
countries to the south of us beyond beyondth b byondthe oJ1d oJ1dthe
th the seas
theLived
Lived in Nashville NashvilleYes
Y Yes I lived in Nashville twelve twelvOyert twelveyears twelveyear
year ago and I i hare been back here hereonly hAOBI hersonly
only two or three timeslnce times since lnc I moved movedback moveiback
back to Florida and until this trip my myvisits m myYiItg l
visits have been very brief I have havehowever hTehowever havehowever
however this tiiI time busied myself in inlooking Inlooking InlookIng
looking the old town over from end to toand toend toend
end and I mtM mt must say that the growth growthJiag growthI
baa I been truly paenomenal There Therehave Th Therehave re rehave
have it seem is me been literally
hlmdredc Of ne n r manufacturing and andother an another an1other
other enterprises established here hereeince h here1nce re resInce
sInce I 1 left aad a Mt there are many lo localities 10caltUes IccalltIe ¬
calities ia 1 the residential district districtwhich dlIcliwhich districtgwhich
which have grown up so that I am amunable 30m11Dble amrnaile
unable to recognize old landmarks landmarksOne landma iI iIORe
One of natures remedtos S cannot cannotharm oannotarm cannotiarm
harm arm the weakest t constitution never neverfailg nverfaU naverfalig
failg faU to cure summer complaints of ofyoung otuung ofyoung
young or old Dr Fowlers Extract of ofWild ofWlId ofWild
Wild Strawberry
FRESH FRESHLIMES FRESH1I1MES FRESHLiIMES
LIMES 10 CENTS DOZEN DOZENAT
AT ATWHITES ATWHITES ATWHITES
WHITES RESTAURANT RESTAURANTAND
AND ALSO ALSOCREAM ALSOCREAM ALSOCREAM
CREAM BREAD DAILY DAILYBEULAH DAILYI
11 I I BEULAH BEULAHSpecial 11 11Special
Special to The Journal JournalBettiah JournalB JournalBeukh
Bettiah B Oct 12 aThe The weather has hasnot lunot ha hanot
not bees eea favorable for hay makug
hut JiHI several farmers by iatc aueceed aueceeded 81ee 81eeeel
ed in getting a ton or so o under cover oo er
It is expected there will wtl1be be a large largecrop largecrop largecrop
crop of oats put in iRtbe the ground with witUin withIn ithIn
in the next MXtIO 90 days daysA
A A J Busby Busb commenced grinding grindingeaae grindiogCUe
CUe Tuesday Tue da but will only grind grindthat grindtbat grindthat
that which has been blown down at atthe atthe
the present time timeOar timeOur timeOur
Our Sabbath school started up upagain upapln upagain
again last Sunday with a good atten attendance attendance tt n ndaace ¬
dance considering the fact that it itwa itW8C ItW
wa W8C W not generally known that it was wasto wasto as asto
to becin on that date
Rev Garrett will wilihold hold services In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the Methodist Episcopal J church next textSoDCIaT nextSunday nextSunday
Sunday at the usual hour 11 a m mA rnA I IA
A good crowd will probably be b in inattendance Inattendance Inattendance
attendance as there has been no nopreaching nopreachlBc nopreaching
preaching for several weeks weeksMrs weeksMrs eeaMrs
Mrs Annie Bowman is doing good goodwork goodwork goolwork
work this term Her school has ha a a
full attendance tttll anoe of children of tire tiredistrict tiredistrict thedistrict
district A few wjll 11 not begin untilthe until untilthe untilthe
the yellow fever scave ec is over overThere oyerTIIere overThere
There is 1 BO sfck 1iJ 1t to report this thisweek thlsweek thisweek
week that we know of This is a avry avry arry
vry aealthy part P of the count country ry
The quarantine at Muscogee Is iavery Isvery Isvery
very strict as I know from experi experience experieaee expelsacs ¬
sacs The gnerds are armed with wthumbrellas withumbrellas
umbrellas and present quite a ric rictureeque ri
tureeque tur ue a 46ne > anrnc while on duty I Ihave Ibave Ihave
have no particular lar dejection dtJ d cWm to a aquarantine aquaranthle aquarantise
quarantine there or anywhere nwhereI8 nwhereI8out ela elaout elaWit
out it doe seem 1Il that some Jln Jlnoou tInrcould fiiinrt fiiinrtcould
could oou l be dispensed with to the advan advantage adantace avantags ¬
tags of all conseraon coDeerAMIts 1 1Its
Its folly toll to suffer from that tb th hortfMa hortfMaplague hojbIplague r rplape
plague of the night itchingpiles itchingpilesDoaas Itching plIes p1lesDoaas plIesDoaus
Doaas Ointment cares quickly anl anlpermanently an anlermaDenUy anlermanenUy
permanently At any drug store storcents 50 50cents 50ceI1t
cents
I U WINDY Vtll VALLEY VALLEYSpecial YII YIISpecIal
Special to The Journal JournalWindy JournalIliacly JournalWindy
Windy Valley Oct IS 1The 1Thewther ILTheweather The Theweather
weather is fair and cool coolThe coolTIle coolSThe
The many friends of Miss Bertha BerthaMiKord BerthaMilford BerthaMillard
Milford deeply sympathise ise with her herin Ierin er erIII
in her r illness illnessi
i Mr Joe Merlin one of the guards guardswent guardseat guardswent
went eat home me sick Monday morning
Mr and Mrs Chestnut have moved movedinto movedbato movedInto
into our neighborhood neighborhoodMr Bei borJaood borJaoodXI
Mr Connie Bonifay U till station stationed itaked ¬
ed at t the pnblic hard road at Camp
Love LoveAbout LoveI LoveAbout
I About 49 people both old and Dd young
had a grand graa picnic down at Camp I
Lonesome Sunday SundaySheriff SuatiaTSheri SundaySlierif
Sheriff Van V Pelt was a visitor here heretwice leretwice re retwiee
twice last week with his > wo wobon iocd 4oodhoea iocdMr
bon bonMr hoeaMr
Mr H Bronx was visiting Mr MrVictor MrVIetOl MrV1dOr
Victor Mabire Sunday SundayMr
Mr Albert Anderson wag wa a visitor visitorhere risltorJa
here Ja he Sunday SnndayMiss SundayMiss I
Miss Maragret Hunter was visiting
In town Wednesday WednesdayMr
Mr Henry H GroT Groves from Caatoae Caatoaement Caatonemeat Cantoemeat
meat came ac far as the quarantine
line Sunday morning morningWe a aWe nftn nftnhope
We hope the yellow fever wJU w wbe soaR soaRbe sooabe
be over ao o the children can C5 go to coschool toNICE
school schoolN hoolNICE
N NICE CE FRESH OYSTERS ON THE Tf 1E
HALF LF SHELL DAILY AT NICK NICKSTLE
APOSTLE STLE
COlD WEATHER WEATHERIS
IS BEtNGFEl BEtNG REJNCftL1
FEl ftL1 J JI i iThcniiometer J
I Thermometer The mometer Went Down to 50 50Degrees 50Degrees 50Degrees
Degrees YHsterday and Many ManySay ManySay ManySay
Say a Light Frost FrostFeH FrostFeHColder Fell FellColder FellCoJder
Colder weather Is 4 nqw n < v being felt feltin f fIn fltIn
in Psnsacola and oonfrarr to the theusual UI UIusual theusual
usual oneUm there IJOr1oji1Rhoflt IJOr1oji1Rhofltthe 18 otJ o oWM nJ ahoat ahoatthe lto t tthe
the approach of wintar t > 811 On ihe iheother meothethand hieother
other othethand hand all welcome w Jcornethoary thg early ap approach approkch ¬
i ifOAch
proach of the winter wfn r seastsn owteg owtegto oI 1tg 1tgto g gt
to the yellow fever situation situationYesterday si ziuaToneseriIsy uat1 n nYeaL
Yesterday YeaL rd y morning the th1ni1 themdme themdmeter thothorutetarregIstercd me met1
ter tarregIstercd registered r I8tercd aJQW as Iqwan 15 5 51 degrees degreesand degraeand egroas egroasand
and this morningit te believed it wU wUgo wUI wigo
I go still lower lowerMany lowerI lowerMany
I Many persons who were out ipariy ipariyyesterday padyeaterdR parlyyesterdaymornfng
yesterday yesterdaymornfng eaterdR morning state tato that t tey ey are arepositive areposIUv re repOsitie
positive that a lI light l1t frost frfl felt I whIJe whIJeothers l1e l1eothers
others ot b Qrswho who were out aix about > > ut the uMme uMmehour same samehour ID9 ID9hour
hour are equally positive that th there therewas Ut herewils re
was DS no frost The Th weather berea beresus a I
9ff1c1allepart official report does not show that any anyfrost allYfrost anyfrost
frost fell during durln the tm light light but bu under underfavorable underfavorabJe underfavorable
favorable conditions a IJghtfr light rfroet et t ctt cttbe ciur ciurbe Jt Jtbe
be expected at 46 pe I ercegarenbolL ercegarenbolLIn reegjParenkslL reegjParenkslLIn
In his summary pf wesitsa we wecondi weconditio condi conditioa conclitio
tioa tio Observer Read yesterday said saidLight saidLIgbt saidLI9bt
Light frost is i rejpqyptfd repdTrom VCldYrom from Vickn Vicknburg lck lckrg icklMlrg
burg rg Meridian Atlanta Wilmington WilmingtonCharlotte WflndngtoaChl1rlotte WllnilngtoaCharlotte
Charlotte NashyiJJef J ort qft Smith li1 li1etJ1natt ia iaeinimtl iiInat1
einimtl Kansas any Omaha tit titPaul ItPaul StPaul
Paul dnd ndMa Matquette quette heavy froat froatfrom frootftomrmingham frotfrom
from ftomrmingham Birmingham Memphis mph1s Knox Knoxvihe Knoxvlhe Knoxyule
yule and an l Chicago and killing kflUn < frost frorSt fro froSt
St LouJTs and Davenpqct An area of oflow oflow ofo
low o bafiometrlc pressure in northern northernMontana JorthetnMontnn florthernMontaiu
Montana is accompanied ae < omlH 1led by rising risingtemperature risingtemperature risingtemperature
temperature The conditions are fa favorabhe favOlab a avorabl
vorabhe vOlab for fair and continued C cool cooltonight cooltonight cooltonight
tonight Friday fair faIr1Jth tf With ith rising tem temperature t tEniierature nt nteraJre ¬
perature and light northerly winds windsbecoming windsbecothing vlndsbeco
becoming beco 1 ngvarlable ngvarlableSPRAYING variable variableSPRAYING variableSPRAYING
SPRAYING GANGSARE GANGSAREDOING GANGSAREDOINGGOOD GANGSAREDOINGGOOD
DOING DOINGGOOD GOOD WORK WORKt WORKThe WORiThe
r rThe
t
The spraying ra ng force i In Inthe the tbe employ of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the cityis now Ow accomplishing excellent excellentresults excellentresults excellentresults
results in ridding Pansacola Ee itsaoola sacola of the themosquito themosquito themosquito
mosquito mosquitoTwo j jTwo i iTwo
Two gangs are nowtat now flotwork twork work In the thecity thecity I Icity
city and an they are ateIi Kfjpjfstousy l 1JuSY a a re requests requests ¬
quests come from all al aIltlons ptJons t1 ns asking askingthat Askingtit ask1ngthat
that tit t residences s be sgraied spraod ro ted with the thesolution the801Uti thesoltitign
solution 801Uti which seemsjtafco seem i iJe very effec effective etfectiT effectIvt ¬
tive tiT yfealnst zLns Instthe the theThe he niosojulto niosojultoThe o UfQ
The i1t Ttliy t otJ3 ft wOTk k free of ofcharger orchargefa otchargeantd
charger chargefa atfd l any aIi an 1f8Jso orsonjjjtfeslrlng esirIng their theirhome theIrhome theirhome
home sprayed S RtjtA cansJiavB vee nt done dD nCbYnO1 nCbYnO1tUying by no nollSiblNG notityIngIcIty
tUying tityIngIcIty Ifclty om ofUj ofUjThe t tBhJbING
BhJbING llSiblNG llSiblNGv KS
The T1 TrnnslUpn v ftJn FrqmJ Fr E rlmltlTe r iro > Ye t te to toModern toUc
Modern Uc e n 3ritUotIa 3 pt1t pt1tIt n ii iiIt v vIt
It wafionly w Stonly vheafwritlnff he fwritlng was w wamnde madoupon mado I 1 1upon
upon sepaatp1s separate plecjes p ies or sheets of a aplIajle j i ipUa
pliable pUa Je arid n d perishable p le material t t4iat t4iatIn3ted iat I Ibinding IbindIilpt9ft11
bindIilpt9ft11 binding pfoirefr g s fnv rnnted In3ted nted to J101 J101the hold ltoldthe holdthe
the pliers Pir pi or Weeteti shee 9p gther x and nndqfe nndqfestten andgivettent give givestrength
strength stten ttent tothem to them andprotection nndt prot protbctlon ctfon and hidbeauty ln lnbeauty andbeauty
beauty beautyBut beautyBut iS BB
But hero we must m xntistflftsh s ahstfiigmsh fi st i The
pliable written sheet may r y be either eitherrolled etherrolled eftherroiled
rolled or folded each giving rise to a aform nform aform
form of binding peculiar to itself The Therolled Therolled Therolled
rolled sheet is bound by fastening each eachsheet eachsheet eachsheet
sheet to the other sideways and rolling rollingthe
the whole from end to end the last lastsheet lastsheet lastsheet
sheet serving as a cover to nil the rest restThis restThis restThis
This form of binding blndin is no doubt the themore thewore theuiore
more ancient anele n tot of the two and it was for fora fora
a long time In general ge erai use It was wasused wasused wasused II
used for f r example by the Egyptians Egyptiansit
it was probably invented by them themand themandit and andIt
It was used us d by the Greeks and by the theRomans theRomans theRomans
Romans and great libraries of rolls rollsexisted rollsexisted rollsexisted
existed for f r some time afterthe after the Chris Christian ChristIan Christian ¬
tian era and many industries were en engaged engaged engaged ¬
gaged in contributing to the perfection perfectionof
of the binding It has however been beensuperseded been3up beensuperseded I
superseded 3up rseded for many any centuries C ll iuri Ulifu s by the thefolded thefolded thefo1del
folded form f6imotUt of literature rature the theinentIo theinentIooft invention inventionof
of which hch is attributed attrfb ted to tokln Eumeiiea Eumeiieaking Eumenk1ng
king kln of Pergamus from whom too toocomes toocoms toocomes
comes coms our omparchmcnt parchment f or skin prepared preparedfor pr jared jaredfor
for writingon wrIting on in the third century centurybefore conturybefor centuryberoi
before tSirist But if the form has dis disappeared dienppeard ¬
I
appeared d > the terminology of ci f the roll rolljQas ro11f1as roBcias
jQas survived and the word volume volumeoriginally v01umeo volumetginaPy
o originally a n thing that Is rolled or orwound orwound11pf orvound
wound wound11pf up vpi 1 e a atollis aroI1snowapplled aroI1snowapplledindiscrilnl roll is now now applied appliedIndiscriminately applied1ndiscrlmi
Indiscriminately 1ndiscrlmi ataJY tQ Its substitute subSlittjtetbe the
Ii
book of otfoldctI folded sheets sh tS thThe
1 The foldefl foIdeUshe sheetor sheet torsect1on or section as Rslt It is iscalled Iscalled Iscalled
called Isb Ll boundby b u dibyslrnply simply sewing or orotherwise orotliemlscf orothfrwlse
otherwise fastening st nlrig the parts of t the thesheet thesheettobn fl flsbeettobne
sheettobn sheet to one another at the back crease creaseor
or fold and a number of sections are arebound arebound arebound
bound by fastening each of them to tosome tosome tosome
some common support at tile back so sotliat sothat sothat
that when all are sewed or otherwise otherwisefastened otherwIse1astenedthey otherwiseTastened
fastened 1astenedthey they may yet be free to open openand openand openand
and to shut at pleasure at the front or orfore orforo orfore
fore edge edgeThe edgeThe odgeThe
The invention of the folded sheet sheetthus sheettllUs sheetthus
thus gave rise totieinvention of mod modern modern modem ¬
ern em binding which in its ossonee Is lathe Isthe I
the union at the back of the folded foldedsheets foldedsheets foldedtheets
sheets which together constitute the thefolded thefolded thefolded
folded book or as I may say despite despitethe
the latent contradiction the folded vol volume volumeFortnIghtJy voltimeFortnlghtly ¬
ume umeFortnIghtJy Fortnightly Review ReviewSOLID ReviewSOLID Reviewi I
SOLID SOLIDSUBSTANTIAL SOLIDSliEST
i SUBSTANTIAL SUBSTANTIALFLESH SliEST ANTIAL ANTIALFLESH 1
I FLESH FLESHand I Iand
and good Brains Brainsafe Brainsafe
I j
afe made from fromGrape fromI I
I Grape GrapeNuts GrapeNutsI Nuts NutsThe I IThe
I The Scientific Food FoodTheres FoodTheres FoodereseonJ
Theres a Reason eason
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IN QUAINTEST MEXICO MEXICOMANY
MANY OF THE OLD AZTEC CUSTOMS CUSTOMSSTILL CUSTOMSSTILL CUSTOMSSTILL
STILL IN VOGUE VOGUEpicturesque voGUEJctureqQ VOGUEIctureuqfle3ietILOd
picturesque Ictureuqfle3ietILOd Method of Storlne Grain GrainInj Graini
i Inj the Jiand D LMUd i d of the Fair V God GodA GodArrJ111ItJTti GodAPrInt1tIyd A AV APrimitive
Primitive Bellows and a Crudely CrudelyConstructed CrudelTC CrudelyCon3tructed
Constructed C Plow PloiTWhile PIoTrWhile PlowWhile
While Cortex Cort z destroyed a civIlization civilisationand
and a people p opl In Mexico many of oithe oithecu the thecustoms thecustoms
customs cu toms of of the Aztecs have been per perpetuated porapetuated perpotuated
petuated by > their conquerors and may maybe maybe maybe
be seen and andmftrv andmnarvdledat mandied Je at today dll by the theVisitor tbaWEiltor theVIsItor
Visitor to t e land of the fair god godJCottbe godNoitho godNottho
JCottbe least leaspicturesque picturesque of onhes these Is th thmethod tile tilemethod themethod
method method of ofstorfng storing grain grain in n the ti conical cenlcalhouses conicalhouses I Irh
houses OU5 which bch dotHie dot tit tue c land laB d for miles milesaround miksaround milesaround
around in spme districts antt i4I are prac practically practically practically ¬
rh tically uaiftfrm un f1jrm in slse slseInstead sianInstead f fInstead
Instead at otlncreae1n increasing Increa r the she l c of o the thehouse thehouse thehouse
house more mor more were werebnlt built anti In some someplaces someplaces someplaces
places it Is difficult to make out o t at a adistance adtance adistance
distance what 1iat an aggregatin nof of these thesehuge thesehuge thesehuge
huge cones may may ay be One 6 t the ques questions questiops questiops ¬
tiops askedby the observant visitor Is IsDid Is IsDid IsDid
Did thp iMexlcan Mexican xIcn or rathor his hisAstec hisAztec hisAtec
Aztec ancestor ant tor design geJ the grain house housefirst houselIrst houselIrst
lIrst and then tlionPleased pleased with Its shape shapepattern shapepattern shapepattern
pattern hlShatarterIt hlshat afterit or vice versa versaThoUgh versol versolTbollgh versaThoUgh
ThoUgh within a few hundred miles milesof milesof
of the most rnostprogrjssIve progressive country in the theworld thoorld theworld
world orld where little < te done by hand handthat hnndthat handthat
that can be accomplished by the aid of ofmachinery ofmachln ofmachInery
machinery machln r there fire many places In InMexico IntlexIco InMexico
Mexico vhere the mediaeval civlliza civllizatien ClTl1fzatlon civilization
tien of Spain reigns as ris completely to
this day as if there were no modern modernworld modernI modernworld
world outside outsideHistory outsideHistory outsideHistory
I History is i li silent sliont as to the date of I
the origin orIglnot of thg primitive prlu tlvc bellows bellowswhich bellowswhich bellowswhich
l which is in uso in many m nypllrts parts of our oursister oursister oursister
sister republic It was brought br ugbt over overby overI overby
I by the Spaniard several centuries ago agoami agoI agoand
I and It has never been changed or im improved 1mproved Improved ¬
proved upon since sln then How many manycenturies manycent manycenturies
centuries cent rlos It existed in Spain in iden identically identically ideatically ¬
tically the same form before Columbus Columbussriled Columbussrlle1 Columbussriled
sriled westward is unknown and how howlong bowlong
I I long it will be before the Mexican M xlcan real realizes realizes realizos ¬
izes that he can buy n modern bellows bellowsnot
not far from home and above all will willconsent wJ1lconsent willconsent
consent to use it is a problem problemThe problemTue
The apparatus is manipulated by a aboy aboy aboy
boy who alternately pulls on ropes ropeshold ropeshold ropesbold
hold in both hands and shoves with withhis withI withhis
I his hiBfet feet The bellows itself is directly directlybeneath directlybeneath directlybeneath
beneath the th cumbrous frame which whichsupports whlebsupports whichsupports
supports the th operator The result of ofthe otthe ofthe
the boys labors Is about onetenth om tenth the thewind thewInd thewind
wind that is ordinarily ordlnarllysupplled supplied by the thesmall thesmall thesmall
small rotary blower usedon USed on a modern nmodernpoxt modernportable modernportable
portable poxt ble fotge fotgeThe fo fozeTh ge geTQe
The Th Spaniard SpRI1t rd or his descendants descen ants In 4ntlie Inrue int1i
rue t1i Americas would look lo k with scorn scornupori scornup0l1 scornupon
upon the 3000yearold 3OOOye rold plow ot tile Chi Chinese Chinose Cliinose ¬
nose agrlcpturist but there aro thou thousands thousa thousaps ¬
sands sa Js and thousands of pldwa ploi in Cen CentraPand Centr Contrand
traPand tr South America ia daily use usewhich usewhich I
which are built on a pattern so nearly nearlyidenticaLwtth nearlyl nearly1dentIca1wth
identicaLwtth l 1dentIca1wth entfc wlt1i that of the th favorite plow plowof
of the dfeclpte of Gonfuclus as to make makeIt
It reasonably reasona tcertain certain that their origi originals originals origiunis ¬
nals both came 9ame from the hand of the thesame tl1 tIiesame C Csamc
>
same craftsman cr f an some time in the dark darkages dar darnges darkages
ages agesOftentimesrnot ngesOtentim agesOftentirn
Oftentimesrnot Otentim snot ot so much as a single asnglennlllstob singlenail staglenaIlIs
nail nnlllstob naIlIs Is to tobfound ijplfound Jt < 1nd W fIr iflti2eJiQlO the vh91e hple crude crudeconstruction crUdccoostrucUo riidoconstructioz
construction and whenused when us nsd d In these theseancient theseancient theseancient
ancient plows it Is only present in the theshape the6hapc theEhape
shape of olEl a shoe for f rthe the point Made of oflignum otlignum oflignum
lignum vltae itaequiebra qulebra hacha hatchetbroakert hatchet hatchetbreaker hatchetbrqaker
breaker broakert or a wood equally heavy It Ittaxes Ittaxes Ittaxes
taxes the strength of a good g od man to tohold tohold tohold
hold the plow plowuprlght upright and guide it and andthe andthe andthe
the novice who tries It makes about as aspoor aspoor aspoor
poor a showing as a hen honaoes floes swim swimmlnjr swimming swimming
ming Then the services servicesofa of a boy are am
I required to tend the team of oxen oxe At Atthe At Atthe Atthe
the best this combination can only go goover goover goover
over an acre or two a day merely merelyscratching merelyscratching merelyscratching
scratching the surface at that thatAn thatAn thatAn
An odd custom still followed in Mex Mexico MexIco MexIco ¬
ico and parts of South America is car carrying carI cartying ¬
I rying the image of the patron saint of ofthe otI ofthe
the district about the fields s to bless the thecoming thecoming thecoming
I coming crop It is gone through reli religiously religiously rellglously ¬
giously year y r after year and no crop cropaccording cropaccor cropaccording
according accor ing to the simple faith of the thegood thegood thegood
good people could possibly succeed succeedwithout succeedwithout succeedwithout
without it That many manyfail fail in spite of ofit otit ofIt
it apparently does not decrease their theirfaith theirfaith theirfaith
faith In tho efficacy of ofthe the blessing ble slng in inthe Inthe inthe
the first instance Jo in the minds of the theinhabitants thelnhabltnts
inhabitants inhabitantsIn I
In the land of luxurious vegetation vegetationbordering vegetationbordering vegetationbordering
bordering on n the equator and as far farfrom farfrom farfrom
from it as S10 10 lOto to 15 degrees north lati latitude latitudc ¬ I
tude the fpifte and nd vegetables v of a amore Iimore amore
more tenfpbrate teD J ra zone i i1 are at their theirworst theirworst
worst The watermelon water rt tQn is a sickly sicklypale sicklypale sicklypale I
pale tubular affair of less than a foot footin footIn I IIn
in length The monstrous pumpkin pumpkinnortherners pumpkinnortherner I
northerners I are accustomed nc to hardly hardlyattains harc1lyattains hardlyattains
attains the size of a baseball before ar arriving arriving arrising ¬
riving a at inaturfty and < lid so on through throughthe
the list until one comesto comes to the potato
which is 8 a i ire ece ro marl marlits n rQleso rlaje le so valuable valu hle In Inlat IIi Init I
its it diminutive state t that lat it Is sold not
by the peck or busbol but by weight weightIt
It Is seldom that the entire stock of a adealer adealr adealer
dealer In h potatoes p tat0e8wIll will aggregate more morethan mONthan morethan
than a bushel busbe1New New York Tribune TribunePorverwlty TrIbunePorverldty TribunePcrYerRity
Porverwlty of Maxim MaximA 3IadmllA
A saw cats but in one on direction So Sodoes Sodoes Sodoes
does the maxim or adage It te a half halftruth haIttruth halftruth
truth that to become truly pregnant pregnantneeds pregnantneeds pregnantneeds
needs to be bewedded wedded to its complemen complementary ¬
tary statement And like a happy happymarried happymnrried happymarried
married pair each is isso so wise so true trueso
so beautiful that we can scarcely tell tellwhich tellwhich tellwhich
which is the better half Maxims are areBke arelike arelike
like lajryers J ers who must mu needs see but butone butone butone
one side of a case They disregard half halfthe baitthe halfthe
the evidence evtde and formulate their prose prosecution prosecution prosecutlon ¬
cution or defense in a single crisp son sentence cnI sontence ¬
tence He who hesitates is lost says saysone saysone saysone
one Look before yon youJ8fip leap says the theother theother theother
other I need but to give a list of con contradictory contradktory contradictory ¬
tradictory saws to prove my point Let Letme Letme Letrue
me give them thempatrec1 paired to show bow dif difficult dltficult diffleult ¬
ficult It is to derive wisdom from fromknowledge fromkaowledge rein reinknowledge
knowledge knowledgeA
A man Is known bj the company he hekeeps hekeeJL hekeeps
keeps keepsAppearaacae keeJLAppearances keepsApssrances
Appearances are d deceitfuL deceitfuLBonsety ceJt mUdt mUdtHOne al alHonesty
Honesty Q fe iff U ttoe lO beet poMcy poMcyTbe pOl6eyTJte pDyThe
The truth tnlthJs Js not to lw seofcen at all alltimes alltimes alltimes
times timesToo timesToo timesToo
Too many oeoks spell the broth brothIn brothIn bmthIn
In a muRitttde muftlt de ef t omiasskKS oesns there is iswisdom IswjldoJD iswlzdom
wisdom or two heads ax an bolter than one oneSunset oneSJins oneSunsolrWagazine
Sunset SJins SunsolrWagazine SunsolrWagazineRead 1r Magazine MagazineRead aguineRead
Read The Journals Want W t Columns mns
ENCOURAGED BY BYNEW BYNEW I I
NEW ASPECT ASPECTOF I IOF
OF FIGHT FIGHTContinued FIGHTcontinued I IContinued
Continued from First Page Pagedrees Pagedf Pagedrea
drees df however oweyer was w returned nude undelivered uodeImred nudeItvered ¬
livered
t tPhysiclans
Physicians More Cheerful CheerfulThe CheerfulThe
I
The state health officials and the thephysicians theplQalciaBs thephysicians
physicians of the city were more morecheerful morecheerful metacheerful
cheerful last night than has been theI the thecase
I case for a number of weeks The Thecooler Thlii The000lerWeather
i cooler 000lerWeather weather aad the thfet fact that suf sufficient StfAcleat en enciet ¬
ficient funds had been given by the thestate thestate thestate
state to fight the disease di ease caused edlJl edlJlto all allto l1 l1to
to feel more cheerful and many fte fteJIy beIleve be believe ¬
lieve that the fever eta be complete completely ¬
ly stamped out within four Weeks WeeksSeveral WekeTeral Weeksereral
Several eTeral of the patients now under undertreatment uD undertreatment er ertreatment
treatment are very elj iH and it 4s 4sfeared 4efeared 8 8rared
feared that two or more will not re recover recoyer meccver
cover although every attention fa I be being beIng byelng ¬
ing given them themJ
J I Stephens the jeweler woer who has hasbeen baabeen ha habpen
been ill for several days di ys was vas report reported ¬
ed last l t night as having the fever feverHe fnerHe feVerHo
He is very 111 and has been for the thepast tkepast thepast
past two days daysGET daysGET
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GET THE BOOK BOOKOF BOOKOF BOOKOF I
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OF PENSACOLA DRUGGISTS FREE
THE SLOW PACED PACDLORtS PACDLORtSThu LORIS LORISThU LORIS LORISIhb
ThU Animal In the Slowest Moving MovingMammal MOTJnltla111mal lovIn lovInMammnl
Mammal In Existence KxlatenceScientists ExbtenceScientIsts ExistenceSClefltl8tS
Scientists say that the slowest mov moving moving maylag ¬
ing mammal In existence Is the slow slowpaced slowpaced slowpaced
paced lorIs an animal more or less lesseiosely Jesseiosely lessciosely
eiosely allied to the monkeys Its tech technical technlcal technical ¬
nical name Is nyctlclbus tardlgradus tardlgradusthe
the last part of which might be trans translated tranlated transkited
lated lazy tooted One of them when whentimed whflutimed whentimed
timed took exactly thirtytwo minutes minutesand mlnute3and minutesand
and three seconds in moving across a aspace aapace aspace
space of four feet toward a roach that thatit
it was endeavoring cndoo voring tft tc capture The Theanimal TbeanimAl Theanimal
animal belonged to an Asiatic genus genusthat ganusthat genusthat
that extends from Java ava and Sumatra Sumatraand
and Borneo and quite possibly some of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Philippine Islands through parts of ofHindustan orHlndutan ofHintlustarL
Hindustan When Its progress was wastimed wastimed wasUtnod
timed it advanced ad within ten or ortwelve ortwelve ortwelve
twelve Inc5 Inces s of its quarry rested up upon upon upon ¬
on its hands han s drew its hind feet grad gradually gradually gradually ¬
ually forward until almost under Its Itsbreast Itsbreast Itsbreast
breast very slowly and cautiously cautiouslyraised cautiouslyrailed cautiouslyraised
raised itself upright into a standing standingposition standingposition standingposition
position balancing awkwardly with withuplifted wIthuplifted withuplifted
uplifted arms and then threw Itself Iteelfbodily ItcelrbodUynot Itselfbodilynot
bodily bodUynot not upon the Insect which was wasoff wasotr wasoir
off like an arrow from a Tartars bow bowbut bowbut bowbut
but upon the spot the roach had occu occupied occupied occupled ¬
pied half a second before beforeIn
In this species the different parts of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the bands b nds and feet are so divided as asto asto ast
to t fqrm two lobes resembling In shape shaperndln sha shapeandin Q Qndln
rndln function fn ction those of of the chameleon chameleonThe
The animal creeps very cri slowly toward towardIts
Its prey taking asecUre a hold of a sup supporting supporting supporting ¬
porting limb or branch with one hand handor
or with one foot bringing forward an another another another ¬
other just as does Ute chameleon The Theround Theround TherounI
round protruding eyes and the slow slowmechanical slowm slowmchanicI
mechanical m hanlcal movements movementsremind remind one of ofthe otth ofth
the th lizard Uzardwhlletbe while the insect ing ct feeding hab habits habits 1mbIts ¬
its of both are identical except that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the chameleon hunts by day and the
loris by night The latter even pos possesses posBeBSes poeBosses ¬
Bosses a second auxiliary tongue which whichcan whicllcan
can have no other purpose than to aid aidthe aidthe aidthe
the creature in catching flies just as asthe asthe asthe
the development of such a member as assists asslsts asslats ¬
slats the insect catching lizard lizardA
A very curious formation consisting consistingof
of an arrangement of the theblood blood vessels vesselscalled vessetscalled vesselscalled
called by recent physiologists the thewonderful thewonderfnl thewonderful
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longs to all species specl of slow loris Tho ThoHmbs Tholimbs Thelimbs
limbs instead of being supplied with witharteries wIthrtcries witharteries
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with two series of blood vessels lying lyingclosely lyingclosely lyingclosely
closely parallel to each other Ono Onoseries OnoI Oneseries
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THE II1 PENSACOLA PENSACOLACLASSICAL PJSACOLACLASSCAI
CLASSICAL SCHOOL
OPINION OF EDUCATORS AS TO TOITS TOITS TOITS
ITS WORK WORKProf WORKProf WORKProf
Prof Walter Miller professor of
Greek In Tulane University after aftervisiting alwrvilllUng altervisiting
visiting the classical school hoo1 wrote wrotethe wrotethe wrotethe
the following folJowJn unsolicited 1 opinion to a
friend and colleague colleagueThe
Th The Peasacola Pen acola Classical Cla sical School is isloing islolng I Idoing
doing a splendid work for the cause of ofsouthern orsouthern ofsouthern
southern education It is established establishedupon estabJJshednpon
upon broad principles it eherisiies eherishedghest t t1s
highest ill < he t ideals of scholarship It main maintains maIntln8 maintame
tame a high standard of excellence excellenceand
and by the best modern methods and andequipment andequipment
equipment it I secures thoroughness a of oftraining oftraining oftraining I
training comparable with that afforded
by the great fitting schools s of the thetaet theI theeast
east To my mind the Pensacola PensacolaClassical PensacolaCJautcsl PensacolaClassical
I Classical School is one on of the very
f best secondary schools of the t e south southDr soothDr southDr
Dr Tenable president of the th Uni University Unir8rity University ¬
versity of North Carolina writes writ It Itgives Itgives i igives
gives me pleasure to testify to the thethoroughness theroug theLoroughnese
thoroughness roug Dea of the th preparation prep ratlolt l llbe > fthe f fthe
the students who have come from fromyour fromyour fromyour
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Dr Geo Petrie professor of Latin Latinand Latinand
r and History In the th Alabama AIatntma1PoIytecij AIatntma1PoIytecijnc PoJytec PoJytecrie Poly tact tactric
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Pensacola Classical School Sc col one of the thebest tJlebeat thebeat
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the south I can confidently endorse endorsethe endorsetile endorsethe
the thoroughness of Its work and the thehealthy tlteaUhy thehealthy
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