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of tile meat elyaat proceedirrp loeil 11 that t1IatlJ
lJ aa be recorded In the enaraatine enaraatinethe quelutlueline ttae ttae11H
line slaoa the yellow fever reweo was we die discoterel diei
eo coterel r i freaseiiuls P w is UM actionof action actionstate aet aetof
of tie state tie health oSaoer of Arfcaa Arfcaato
at i retuaiwg to aAew FtarMa FtarMainto d4Iaora 7114aoruiges
ora oruiges eotntoe into t tMIIt at state eateI statelstttbtg
I lstttbtg noshed MtM it4ss iron ironr lroIaao
ao u s 4 r the flentk Florida orangegroteatat orange orangethat 0IaDPgrG
gro grotinid groteatat that Arkansas had aaaraii pavantiacd aaaraiiState u utiIMd
tinid tinidHealth against IRt IIarW oranges State Statethe ItateHepkiz te te0IIcer
Health Healthtooflke 0IIcer PM rtes hrhaedMttely hrhaedMttelytacit etlately etlatelytoG1t
tooflke tooflkebound tacit eN the scatter with the Arkansas I1PMt I1PMtdie Arkansasthe
bound b r w11h t the result t as shown ht the thea thefoIIl they
foIIl f fP y telegrsan telegrsanlhawesla
P lhawesla r 1 I Via na Sept a II t itts ittsPratnaeat 1115PI iWLYreehtdeat
Pratnaeat PI State Board of Health Ar Arkansas Ikaas inkwsas ¬
kansas Little sock Ark ArkIt rk
11 has been reported to me that yon yonare 011are yonare
are euerantining Florida oranges As AsthU Asthil Asthu
thU fruit COBMS cot frasa a section ef the thettai tIaetal thef
f ttai tai some av aYe hundred 1SP miles from trotsIee fromjeeha froaielhaola
jeeha ielhaola Iee aouta ola and D rasa + the extreaM extreaMsouthern estr estr60Ut + ere eresour
sour southern IJcrn section of the state which whichhs wIIIeItbaa whichluo
hs b ix bttD c i entirely free front fr oea yellow yellowf WIGftI yellowiititr
f ftI ti I can < an hardly credit ere4hUte the reportparticularly report reportparticular reportpart
particular part iculaly as acieatiicaHy consider considered ¬
ed reithT neit 1J r oranges sad citrus fruit fruitnor fruitDOl fruitnor
nor ireisht 1 rt > iAt of any diacrlption Las basbeen lassbeen Lasbeen
been known fIG zo convey yellow fever feverIf
If thte t is a mistake please have the hektn4 thekin e ekin
kin < weas to correct the arder This Thisfruii nllltr1lh u ufruit
fruit goes goeo Croat Jackeamwflle J tIlDe to Mont Montgomery IIoAtgoal Moatgonnery ¬
gomery goal and does dofJIIP not Bore throaat throaatPeutaeohv tbn sgh sghPas
Peutaeohv P Pas lreoh Kindly 1Da answer w Jea Y YPOT YPor Tdarsr
POT darsr er Mate health ItealtIkLiltle officer officerLittle oflosrLitrte <
Little Rock Ark Ark Sept 14 4 Ittf IttfJoe UkJot 1UlLJoe
Joe Y Porter Pensacola peoaaFIM14a Via ViaFlnrtda PhFlartda
Flnrtda or any troateal tr trait cannot cannotbe
be unloaded Is this state acid aMlar any anyconriderstlon sayCori f fOIIF
conriderstlon conriderstlonden Cori OIIF deeatioa J P Pci 1Rrgaut pe presi presiTtie + eii eiidenu
den ci IIIate beard fill tt ttIbe issitk issitkTlae
Ttie state heeJt oSieer of Arkan Arkansas IbIaftI7 Arkinass ¬
ass race he very ignorant either of ofthe ofthE ofthe
the selentiic ea a ttk discoveries ns to the theiranssaisslem Utetra1l1illllt thetraazrinbaa
iranssaisslem tra1l1illllt ef yelkm fever or of ofthe oftbe ofthe
the isunmhy IIT of the try 117 or both hethWhen MtliWIMa bothW
When W hear orseisjes oe + crown aft hundredmitas hundred kaadredmike D4IredmilE
milE from may fever infected point pointand platand t tand
and lot et essatnf 11 closer to Pemsacola Pemsacolaon eoaa eoaaon
on their t nMUe to Arkanns tMa the lIt lionthsfih lItwWda MstRoaehy
Roaehy hsfih is 2M miles Ilea north of ofere ofPeDIIM1 etPenneels1
PeDIIM1 ere denied ie a idnistiim sMsiou to a atat aetata
4 etata tat fer the ostensible rennen that
jelkNr ei HI w lever Infection is 1 feared the thecredulity tIaerPCI1llty thei
credulity sad Ignorance of the human humanrac 1a1UlW1net humanrace
i net It trod flareeful forcefully Ib > y Ctestrated CtestratedAn
An a smatter tter of fact these eraage eraagere eraagesare
are re grown hi a section of Florida IIorIdaber farSher far farther ¬
ther ber auray a tram Peasaeola oaIa than Is the thenearest dt thenearest
nearest boaadry 417 of ofirhea Arhem aa4j aa4jb amp ampher
her b he they get hue Iot the theif Imttee taoa taoaif 1 1if
if they ever dthey do tbey wilt be closer closerto cloeer1 cloeer1to 1 1to
to PesaI tarn whoa pbkK Jkk fNIa baouthe i
thE trees la Florida Pier FloridaA li IA I IA
A tittle better betterorder tbrr tile Mbaall LehrsasOrder Mbaallorder
order bat still stillthe bardestut 1h hC a lsek rathe t tthe
the ridicatoe r4 is the thethe eoreawMa 1111 C rro rrothe froo froothe
the mate tat ef Texas an taU am the tMfol tMfol10wta fop fop3oais folJowims
Jowims I telegram from t + aQ he Texas statebultb state statehealth te te1Malth
health oufeer oioeritatli oufeerasdn
asdn Texas Tea i Sept 1 IMS IMSDr 1 1Dr lOLfir
Dr J Y Porter P PI Pewcola asaci mt mtDo h fla flaDo FlaDo
Do nobject n > object to tofeetell nrsaarai front b ue ends sjatafecteif endstech
tech i 1 tees bat ar refer tr ahlnuBeats1 ahlnuBeats1avoid alarJ1f sts stsavoid r ts tsvoid
avoid l > misiaaa 11I1 and Mississippi f rt unj 0 0nr an3ess
lens nr retrigeratad ceratel car ea4 emtte tire route or orcars orcnJeaet orcars
cars cnJeaet cnJeaetIt Taber TaberIt
It i is pe + obabfy as well K yellow yellowat eIIowfer yellowfever
fever Ja4 to Douse at an that it itIt aIDe aIDeWhew casewbeu
Whew i s did It wilt we trust before beforewith Mrorea
we a r with tt It ha ilaeq e the ef efof effect1 eKsect
fect1 sect o frt cdatadag moose of lie provin JII1WlJtciat ptpvlneial
ciat Lca1th 1 l i 1 th affairs ca caour aM KjsicMaa in inold isour
our sfser J S fr stains eat r rti tkalt oldt old
ti time ideas rid 4 I Iporuee Iporueethe us ace reprdkg reprdkgthe
the i ° a agatYsa osi tIT b w to of oftta 1 1ih
tta ih aka akaWt a aW
W Wt bt > tat es 1 tlr a aput apslt
put L tile Austrrts It fie ifeear se seave
ave > t nit i UhIiL tit
and travel which those terrors tenond pro produce prodace ¬
duce d will become bece < e things of the past putU pastheadlines pastUnder
U Under headlines 1a I that announce anaoaacelbrssuola announceat
lbrssuola DIll at fevers Mercy the St Stboais StLouis
Louis Globe 0 Democrat Delao ntbll publishes a aspecial au aspudal
special u from New Orleans which says saysTa 818ro saysib
Ta all appearances the fever ia inPdtatoola iaPeesacola laeola
Peesacola eola has gotten beyond the con coitre1 control CODtNI ¬
trol of the local authorities Accord Accordlag Accordto Accordtag
lag to latest tat reports received recelTeCIUte roothere from fromthere
there they intend to bottle up the thetown thetoWa thebows i
town and let the fever take Its Itscoarse ItsIt Itscoca
coarse It Is Just such reckless recklessreports recIdeaIeIIGIY reckleasreports
reports as this that do more to IB iaJure IBJure iDJue
Jure a aplaeetllaa place this the actual existence existenceof
of te iever + rer can do The fever hag not notgot notWi4 notgot
got beyond control truI the pIaoe is isnot IslICIt Iiant
not bottled up any 1 more ore thaa any anyother aA aAe1ty anyother
other city trader euaranttee would wouldbe WOIIIdbe
be sad the fever yin not be Jet let to u uIts tbrun toran
ran Its course It the health autfecii autfeciities a1ItJIeritIN autM rl rlties
ties can prevent it itPastal ItPaatal ItPeatai
Pastal AatlllllU AnttgaityA AHtI AatlllllUreeeat nItr nItrA
A recent discussion dk < I1 fi1kMl ef e certain postal postalgrievances postaIa postalpiaauces
grievances ht the British h house of com coilmous COllIIMIl commons ¬
mons has recalled the history of tbe tbepost tbepoet thepoet
poet Posts 8 are mentioned la Scrip Scriptare Script
t tare In Job Is Ix 25 It is written My MMydays Mydays Mylap
days are swifter than a pest and andagain anda andagals
again hi the book of Esther chapter chaptervtH cbaptwTtII
vtH TtII yi 1 letters were ere sent by posts on onhorseback OIldc onhohyeiadL
horseback dc H TIM Tb word of course here heremanna herenaIlIM hererear
manna runner To Cyrus has been beanascribed beenacdbe4 beenuatbed
ascribed the establishment of sys systematic systie svstsmratk ¬
tematic tie couriers and poet horses horsestlaoughout borsesthroughout esPe1JIa
throughout Persia and Augustus Is Iscredited isaeditud s scrw
credited with introducing poet po t ebaisee ebaiseeat e eat
at BOOM It was la th the reign of James JamesL
L that t a postal sysfcea was introduced introducedBngUnd iatrod istrodsoeds wc8d wc8d11M
11M s BngUnd
wet H t Ba JI aws BtEk Jt ta taaje React Jiggs Tggelire JiggsWe
lire often bear persons make u use e of ofthe ofpllarbl oft
t the I metaphorical pllarbl expression quoted q in inthe littile Inthe
the headline when referring < to an a oxcptioatlly ex exceptionally extfPdoaa1b ¬
ceptionally hot day Such an expert experiment cxperlmeat expertmeat ¬
meat may ma seem a little far fetched and andeat andoat andant
eat of the ordinary but there are many manycaees manyeHN manyaes
caees on record where scientists have hareactually havea haveactually
actually a tooted eggs by th 1M guns heat heatIn beatIn heaL1n
In l1 1837 7 when Heeschei was in South SouthArrtca SoUthtrIca SouthAMca
Arrtca be cooked eook eggs by exposure to tothe totile toae
the heat t of the sun until tb they y were werepowdery wweJl werepowdery
powdery Jl to the center Sir J C Boss Bossa Itoeerde
= rde a similar aW IIsr experiment t In New NewA NewlcesNM
A Vfc for Clevea Cleveawho C18VUran ClevesPetsoas
ran I who get qualms when rId rWing rIdIa ridfit
fit ia the cars or on boats can almost almostcertainly allD08tCBtaIDIy almostewtainiy
certainly quiet them by slowly sIowJ chew chewIng chewa cbewlag
lag a clove do or two Indigestion accom accompanied accomJIUlied accompanied ¬
panied by formation of gas nausea nauseaand K Kaad nauseasad
and dissiaess 4 MI will often oh yield to the thename theume
name simple measure There are other otherand othersad
and better means of accomplishing accomplishingthese pllhag pllhagee
these results bat the vain 1 oC the cloy ctoreto cloydaat
to that it occupies M little room is ieuUy so soeasily soeasy
easily carried about and can beavt be so soreadily socieadUy
readily got when wanted wantedThe wantedTha te4 te4Tlfe
The dtoftrwaf Prferittsf Pri Bist BistIng Elwin ifFartgi
Ing in Agimt Jt 19 195 < 5 a aTsrfaf IITtal aTfa11
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127335JHV I 127335
Ge JHV average mvrsgeThe averageDAILY emge
4716 4716IMILY
The following laUD figures show The Thegnctils r rIMI01 Aomeaea
gnctils Journals circulation c1 u1aUoD for each eachday eachdq
day during the month tl1 or August lieS It05wfth lieSwttk iiowltk
wfth the average number of copies copiesdaily copa copadally Co4tesdaily
daily dailyI
I 1 4350 August Au set 16 11A 4 4100 4100Auoint 00 00I
Auoint A I 4400 IO August 17 4100 4300S 4100ANguet
ANguet A S 4335 August 1 1a u00 u00A
A 411 t 4 4400 August A 19 19f l lA 4 se seAurgirt
A Aurgirt 5 4350 Aupst 80 5860Must 510 510A
Must A I JOQQ August 21 21August 21A 21A
August A 7 August A92 22 4800 4800August 4aooA 4800Anguhd
August A 8 4500 August t 23 4WO 4WOAugust 41OGI 4 100 100Ault
August I 4f900 August 24 > 4SSQ 4SSQA 04150At 4660Augtt
At A gut 10 4y500 August 25 4800 411 00 00Auphet
Auphet 11 4625 August t 26 u01Auer 4 4100 4100MIt 00
MIt 12 462S August A 27 1 5200 5200M 5800Amt
Amt M u 1 11 5000 August AltSt2I S 1m
Augwt AugwtAtrprt 14 August 2S S 4 4IOG 4IOGh411t 00
h411t 15 4VBOO 0 August l t 30 4100AupNte 4JOO 4JOOAugust
August A 31 5000 5000Tenl 5000for 5oo0Tlal
Tenl for the moa h 137335 17336Averae 137335Average W335Awne
Average per r day 4 411 411I Q716c 716 716I
I 11Mre kerehy > ty tya carttty c c db that the above stat statMtafc state stateeaAet
a Mtafc U correct according to the yea reeeras noba yeadada
eras on ale ia this odioe odioeTWBD GaOllYItJID CtoeIlitL
TWBD A SWBBT SWBBTdrcutatian SWDTCkaI1eIa SSTtkrculat1on
drcutatian Mgr Mgru Merd Mgrieisstra
ieisstra < u aa to and subscribed before beforeOafe mesilos me meat
Oafe lilt day of Aogust A AOgt lag lagJ 1115FSiOCE
J P FSiOCE STQIS STQKJeS STQKJeSNutery a6 a6redary
Nutery 1 PuWks hWJcr
You have not really rNU placed j aced that real realetate realI realestate
I estate te in the market unless you hava havaadvertised Jaa havaadvwtieed Tc1 Tc1f
advertised It adequately in the t clasai clasaifled cbta1fled
fled column 001 It 1t1UJ may be Yor salebut sale salebat 80 80but
but Its It not i ia the marketThe market marketThe marketrite
The quaint 1 philosopher who adver advertise1 dYerU8eG1 advertlaed ¬
tise1 LOfIT0R8 L IXWT on rubber boot will willbey 111IRi7 wispbayy
bey or Mil exemplified the American AmericanHpirft derlcanplrtt Americanspirit
spirit of barter which finds its outlet outletfit OUt1 OUt1ba
fit the Tor Sale and EatehaagV EatehaagVumns 001 001umas columns ° °
umns umnsDont umnsl
l Dont ort creep when you may walk waxDort walkDont walknct I
Dont keep jour business ajnckled 1Iy 1Iylaekof bylack y ylack
lack laekof of capital while men with mony monyto mo moto i
to invest are reading the Business BusinessOpportunity ainesaOppodaity 1aesa 1aesaOppoltblty
Opportunity ads every day dayOrajr dayGray dayGray
Gray hairs wont come eo ten yearsahead years yearsahead yearsalaea4
ahead of regular echo schedule a if you solve solveyour BolyeI solveyour
your our little worries in the want ad adway ad1Fa7 adI
way wayIf 1Fa7I
I If you 7 youto bare ft anything worth while whileto i
to sell ae4 1 you cut main your want wantvertising adK adKvertising aQll aQlly
y vertising yield yon a proat of a dollar dollara
a line for or each cia insertion insertionAre laertioare I
Are you paying too much rent You Youwin 1 1rrul I Im
win And the answer If you study studythe sUa sUathe stsdythe
the want ads tor n a few days daysTh c1a7Lnr daisTtrs
Th nr new ThriftCreed says ya uII uIIWUne 1 1believe 11 11believe
believe in finding leisure everyday to toread toread I Iread
read and understand the wart aom aomIgnorance acvN acvNlike H I IIporaace
Ignorance of the market marketnoraaoe like ig ignorance ¬
norance of the law lawJ > te no excuse excuseNine excuseNine
Nine out of ten of the people who pay paytoo paytoo y ytooJlluch
too tooJlluch much for or things in trouble as aswell Iiwen aswell
well es in money have failed to road roadthe roadthe J Jthe
the classified cl ed ads The tenth man has hasonly hasonly I IoalT
only read some of themYon them themYou themYou
You cant caatalwaya always turn a catastrophe catastropheInto
Into an incident but you can usually usuallyprevent usuallyprevent Iy IypreYeDt
prevent an incident from growing into intoa i
a catastrophe catastropheby by y heroic use of the thewant t tant Ul
want ant ads For instance I ltaaeelf if your part partner partner ¬ I
ner has balked or best helper has hasmutinied haIDUni hasmutinies
mutinied or tenant broken a lease leasea ea
a mere reading < of the want ads may mayclear mayclear mayclear
clear the atmosphere a Quick use of ofwant orwut ofwant
want ad space may restore you to tocheerfulness toc tocheerfulness
cheerfulness cheerfulnessIf c
If f you haveut t answered a want wantad waatN wantad
ad lately you are e getting I into a rut rutNot rutNot rutNot
Not only that 601 + > you are HnHsclnH HnHsclnhUe missing missingWhile mtesingthh
thh s sWhite H
White hUe reading ifa the want ads you youoaa youoaR youosa
oaR j 1au l several little street car rides rides4or rid rid4Or ridestor
4or 1OuNeKMacl yourself ad answering au weri Mipsand 1al1psuel Mips istpsand
and you can make these little outings outingspay outtn a apay
pay you too tooYes tooYM tooYes
Yes theres one thing thtn you must do doif doIt doIf
if the want ads are to be of use and andprofit amproAt andprotlt
If you know real estate in this thtecity thlddty thiscity
city you will be able to read between D tweenthe i ithe
the lines in the real estate e ads And Andsometimes AndBOmetlme5 Andsometimes
sometimes this thisis is the kind of reading readingthat
that leads lea to fortune fortuneEGGS fortuneEGGS rtune rtuneEGGS
rk8ugh Nearly Half Water TJiey Are AraKitrcBicly AreJtxtre Areltxtrentely
KitrcBicly Jtxtre icly KutrltloHS KutrltloHSTb
Tb The white hlte of an egg 1 is nearly sevon sevonelghtne sevonefcbtbs seveneighthswater
elghtne eighthswater water the balance baJa ce being pure purealbumen purealbuDfID purealbumen
albumen The yolk is slightly sl hUy less than thanonehalf thanoo8 thanonehalf
onehalf oo8 halt water These figures apply applyapproximately applyappl03lmately applyapproximately
approximately to the eggs of turkeys turkeysbens turkeysbeD turkeyshens
bens geese ducks and guinea fowls fowlsTo fowlsTo fowlsTo
To show how nearly alike the eggs oggsof oggilof eggsof
of various domestic fowls fow are In re respect respfet resped ¬
sped to composition the following fig figures figUIM figures ¬
ures are given by b the department of ofagriculture ofalrlcult1tte ofagriculture
agriculture agricultureHans
Hans eggFifty egg Elfty per cent water 16 16per 16per 16per
per cent protein 33 per cent fat fatDucks fatDttck fatDecks
Ducks egg ecgFortysix Portyslx p per r cent wator watorIT
17 per cent protein SO 6 per cent fat fatGooee fatGooH fatGoose
Goose egg CKFortyfour Fortyfour per cent tva tvatar WItw water
tar 19 per cent protein 96 6 par cent centfat centCat centfat
fat fatTurkey
Turkey egg cggF0rt78Idat Fortyeight por cant wa water water water ¬
ter 18 per cent protein prot n 88 per cent fat fatIt fatIt fatIt
It should be explained that protein proteinIs
Is the stuff that gees te make muscle muscleand muscleaDd muscleand
and blood Fat of course is fuel for forrunning forruunlne forrunning
running the body machine Thus it itwill ItII ItWill
will II be seen that eggs though balf or ornearly ornearly ornearly
nearly half water are extremely nu mutrftioms nutritious DUtrtUCMY ¬
tritious containing all the elements re required required required ¬
quired for the building and support of ofthe orthe ofthe
the human body But tbe old saying sayingthat sayingtha sayingthat
that t an egg contains as ranch nutri nutriment Datrimeat nutriment ¬
ment as a pound of beefsteak bee ateak is far farfrom farfroIR farfrom
from correct It would be nearer the tbefact theraCt thefact
fact to estimate t a pound of eggs as asequal asequal asequal
equal to a pound of lean beefsteak In lanourishing Inutalag Insarishlag
nourishing power POWel5Ilturdty Saturday SaturdayPost Jlvealwg JlvealwglWt BveaingI
I Post ozt
JVettce Year WaiterDid Waiter WalteruDIii WaiterDid
Did you wait ou mer me asked kid the theman tho1DIUi theman
man at tIM be corner table tableNo tableNe tableYe
Ne No sir said the tall waiter waiterThen wan wanrIMa waiterTeu
Then who didr did grumbled the cor corner coraer corner ¬
ner man manI D DI
I I dont know sir was the reply raplyYoud t replyYoud ply plyyQUd
Youd better ask aktbe the head waiter waiterThe walterTbe waiterThe
The corner man did ask but tbe chief chiefef
ef a Ute staff t was no wiser than his < as asstotant ast asWMt assiltaaat
stotant stotantWhat siltaaatWhat t
What kind ef looking nun was be bebe Iter IterIte hehe
be sitedHow asked askedHow eel eelHow
How should I know stormed the thehungry theh thehuagry
hungry h diner I I didnt cone here to tomake toke tomake
make ke a study of waiters faces Icane I Icame 1ClIme
came to get something 1IOIIMtb1 to oat oat and If Ifsomebody IfiIOIDebocI7 Ifsomebody
somebody doesnt hurry up upTbe upTbe upT
T Tbe he head waiter stepped aside too tooBOOU tooto tooseen
seen to hear the rest of the complaint complaintHe
He is like ninetynine out of a hun hundred hundred bundrred ¬
dred men that dine out be remarked remarkedNone remarkedN0 remarkedMoue
None e of them knows his waiter waiterThere walterTbere waiterThere
There would be much less confusion confusionif
if people would be a little more ob observing oIr8enIDg observing ¬
serving Any 7 man can ca take a peep at athis atIda athis
his waiter without wId out loss of dignity dignityHowever dignityHoweer dignityHowever
However few do and as a cone consequence coneqaenee conequince ¬
quince they ball every man that passes passeswith passeswttk passeswith
with the query Are you tb the fellowdust fellow fellowthat fellowt
that t waited ou aer meTNew New York Post PostPoverty PostWaJlte PostWaetc
WaJlte aDd Poverty Pooertyfifth PovertyTVJth PeTertyWIth
WIth r regard to waste which lies at attbe nttbe atthe
tbe foundation of nearly rly all poverty povertytbe
the working ww classes cia have har = e exalted it In Into into into ¬
to a principle of action An English Englishservant BngUsh6n8t Englishservant
servant as a rule wastes as much of ofher ot1MK of1tr
her empMrers 6 substance lIeta as possible possibleWhan possibleWHIt possibleWUem
WHIt she marrte and has children she sheonsMnuos sheC8II sheohdhues
onsMnuos C8II te be wasteful In her own ownhoa own1wmeLoMeRB ownhomLoadeaHenpitxl
hoa 1wmeLoMeRB homLoadeaHenpitxl London HespttaL
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i The The 6 Growth GrowthOf
Of Business BusinessDistrust BusinessDistru5tW
Distrust DistrustBy Distru5tW I IBy 1By
By JAMES B DILL Famous l1am us Corporation COlJ ration Orfanizar OrfanizarLAKGE OrtantzrLARGE
LARGE part of our modern moo ern prosperity consists of an over overproduction overproduction overproduction ¬
R production of fraud and sham The crisis is acute A Afeeling Afeeling
feeling of distrust is growing throughout tho country countryMany countryMany countryMany
Many branches of o financial business have been in one way wayor
or another taken possession of by the U1TSCETJPTILOUS U1TSCETJPTILOUSfor
for the purpose of deceiving deceiTi the UNWARY Trust companies have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been made the mediums of the flotation of specious and fraudulent fraudulentpromotions fraudulentpromotions fraudulentpromotions
promotions promotionsSome promotionsSome promotionsSome
Some life insurance companies the highest and what should be the theinoat theIDost theinn
inoat inn t Mt Altered R red form of investment in tment are as we all know now conduit conduitthrough oonduitlthrough conduitsthrough
through which the savings of the policy holders are steered into operations opera operations operanons ¬
tions for speculative purposes purposesCREDIT purpOHCREDIT purposesCREDIT
The fact is that the unprecedented material growth of the country countrythe
the resulting creation of immense private fortunes the bringing to together together together
gether of groat aggregations i of corporate capital industrial combina combinations combinations combinations ¬
tions and railroad mergers all have tended to center the attention of ofthe o othe ofthe
the people upon groat financial deeds and TO RA2O MEN AC ACCORDINGLY ACCORDINGLY ACCORDINGLY ¬
CORDINGLY causing the people to forget elementary virtues of ofprivate ofprivate ofprivate
private individual individuallifo individuallifoGraft life lifeGraft lifeGraft
Graft is the advanced stage of the craze for unearned money It ItJs Itfs Itis
Js not only the desire to get something for nothing but it is an attempt attemptto
to get yet something somethi g for the grafter in consideration of his parting with withsomething withsomething withsomething
something that does not belong to him It is a wrong greater than thanthat thanthat thanthat
that of the counterfeiter who merely makes and passes counterfeit counterfeitcoin
coin The grafter grt1 ter is a man who robs the counterfeiter who made the thecoin tbecoin thecoin
coin the grafter then passes the spurious coin TO THE PUBLIC PUBLICas
as genuine genuineThe genuineThe
The director of a corporation who directs the affairs a airs of a company companyfrom companyfrom companyfrom
from the viewpoint of his own pocket rather than from the standpoint standpointof
of the stockholders sto kholder8 interest although he may not be indicted by a agrand agrand agrand
The dummy director of a great company who dununyizea him himself himself himself
self for pay pa whether by the year or by the job who uses his position positionto
to oontrolthe use and disposition dispo ition of other peoples money for persona personagain personal personalgain personalgain
gain is in no position to criticise critia ie the clerk who falsifies hie accounts orthe or orthe orthe
the employee who embezzles embezzlesYet
Yet y at wqall w all know of instances whore men who have stolen a million millionhave millionhave millionhave
have senito seI to jail employees who took only hundreds or thousands od oddollars of ofdollars ofdollars i
dollars dollarsITow dollarsNow or orNow
Now WHOSE fault is this It ii ours It is the fault of public publicopinion publioopinion publicopinion
opinion and public opinion is our ur opinion yours and mine mineyours yours oJ oJme ofme of ofme
me mine of you ours of all the rest W We have to learn to recognize recognizegraft recognizograft recognizegraft
graft and anc andil the e grafter bI bIPUNISH after r however howeverxespectable respectable their disguise d dlegatmeA AND ND TO TOFUNISH TOPlfNISH
PUNISH THEM not alone by imprisonment and fine but with althe al aUthe allthe
the might of the terrible scorn of society We have to recognize that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the seeds of socialism anarchy and revolution are sown by the man manof manof manof
of our own ow > t class and kind who pretends to be what he is not These Theseseeds Thesesceds Thesoseeds
seeds are cultivated by the the1Pank j > ank and the insurance i urimce officer by the man manin manin manin
in power of financial organizations organiz tions in short shoft by any grafter grl ter who in inhis inhis inhis
his dealings with the public departs openly or secretly from old fash fashioned fashioned fashionod ¬
ioned Ten Commandment honesty honestyMany honestyMany honestyMany
Many men of education of power financial and political seam to todevelop todevelop todevelop
develop a TWO FACED CONSCIENCE one for business use 111 and andanother andanother andanother
another for the individual life This is fraud fraudThat fraudThat fraudThat
That I may not in any wise be misunderstood misund rWtood I 1111 say again that this thisindictment t thisindictment is isindictmont
indictment of our business life is not based upon an inherent incura incurable iBourale incurable ¬
ble le defect in our American character but on the contrary these evils evilsare evilsare evilsare
are an outgrowth of our American strenuoeity in the riotous race for forthe forthe forthe
the easy dollar and many dollars dollarsTHEREFORE dollarsTHEREFORE dollarsTHEREFORE
At a meeting of the Orleans Parish Medical Society held August IS 1905 1905Dr 1905Dr 1905Dr
Dr Rudolph law addressed ed the Society on the New duties and responsibili responsibilities ¬
ties ti imposed upon trained nurses and other persons entrusted with the care careof cared carsof
of yellow fever f patients in consequence ee of the newly acquired knowledge of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the mode of transmission of this disease by the mosquito mosquitoA
A brief synopsis of the elementary facts connected with Ith yellow f fever rverprophylaxis feverprophylaxis yer yerprophylaxis
prophylaxis and a statement of the nurses sanitary lta17 duties in 1 this disease diseasewhich d18eaMwblch diseasewhich
which he had utilized in his teaching and submitted to the Society are pub published 11 11llahed pablished ¬
lished for the benefit of The Journals Jo ra readers as follows followsELEMENTARY toUcnnELEMENTARY followsELEMENTARY
1 Yellow fever may be denned as an acute Infectious febrile disease diseasewhich diseasewhich
which is transmitted from the sick to susceptible individuals through the theagency thee7 theagency
agency e7 of mosquitoes and as far a as known by the single 1B le species the Steg Stegomyla StegoDQ1aFasciata Stepomyta
omyla oDQ1aFasciata Fascists which is 1 the common domestic or cistern mosquito of New NewOrleans NewOrleans NewOrleans
Orleans and in fact of all the localities in which yellow fever prevails 1 prevailsE al1a al1aThe
2 The germ or transmissible poison of yellow fever exists in the blood bloodof blOof
of yellow enow fever patients only during the first three days of the disease diua after afterwards afterII afterIIwards afterwards ¬ i
wards the patient ceases to be a menace to the health of others Hence the theimportance theImportance theimportance
importance of recording the very hour when wh the attack first begun
3 The mosquito Stegomyia Fasciata i Ja powerless to convey the dis disease dlaease disease ¬
ease to a susceptible person by its bite until at least twelve days have elapsed elapsedafter eJapee4after elapsedafter
after biting the yellow fever patient Thii period of incubation in the mos mosquito 1I1Otiquito moequito ¬
quito is the time that is required for the germ of the disease to breed la thebody the thebody thebody
body of the mosquito and to migrate from the insects stomach to its salivary salivaryglands sa1inryglands salivaryglands
glands The United States Army Yellow Fever Commission found la 1900 1900that 1900that 1900that
that in Cuba this period varies from twelve days in the hot summer SUIII months monthsto
to eighteen days and over in the cooler winter season
4 After incubating the yellow fever eyer germ rm In its body during the period periodabove peroiabove periodabove
above specified the Stegomyia St om 1a Is ready to transmit tra lt tap disease during the theentire theentire theentire
entire period of its natural life which may extend over 154 days provided the theinsect tileInteCt tYeinsect
insect hag access to water Guiteras Walter Reed was able to innoculate innoculateyellow innocu1atecllow Innoculateyellow
yellow cllow fever with a Stegomyia Ste omyla fiftyseven days old Guiteras with another anotheriOl
iOl 101 days old Note NoteAccording According to Agramonte Stegomyia St8 < omy1 Fasciata in Havana Havanacan
can only be coaxed tx to > bite until four days old With us in Louisiana says saysDupree sayDupree saysDupree >
Dupree it bites without coaxing within twentyfour hours after emerging from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the pupa case It was wasboUeved believed at one time that l 1 the females of Steg Ste6omyla Stegomyia StesoIIQia ¬
omyia must De Be impregnated before they will m bite 2 that the female after afterbiting afterbiting afterbiting i
biting once does not appear to bite a second time or at least until ire or orseven orseV8fl orseven
seven days have elapsed but butDuprM Dupree says that the Stegorayiag st omyfag In Louisianathat Louisiana j jthat ithat
that have beon Isolated and reacad re dapart apart from the males will bite promptly j ji l
4 1 i I
3i rsa aril a Oscdinatt Oscdinattparts Used in ait aitparts
parts of the world for over over Qfr Qfryears e epears
years Has the unqualified en endorsement endorsementof ¬
dorsement of thebestphysicians thebestphysiciansA
A strong stroa nerve tonic A blood bloodnurificcrif bloodurl
nurificcrif url elf preat reltaor reltaorand
4 4and
and frequently Probably after they have digested their blood meal I and 1ka 1kaAnopheles 1ksI lkiAnopheles
I Anopheles within three to five days after afterl
5 A period varying from two to five fty days da usually elapses pHI after the b 3 3of eof ai
i of an infected mosquito before the symptoms of yellow fever will develop developthe X Xtbe
the human subject This is the incubation period of yellow fever and andUnited andUnited t tUnited
United States Army Yellow Fever Commission Comll ulon found that ia D thirteen ea eaof c cof a aof
of experimental e rilD88taJ yellow fever obtained by the bites of mosquitoes it vareif var yarej yarejfrom ei eifrom
f from fortyone hours to five days and seventeen hours after mnoeulatkmt
6 From the above we gather that If an adult Stegomyia St 8DIDyia Fa F1lf 1 a i r + i bit birta 03 03a 3 3a
a yellow fever patient within the th first three days of the disea > i s 1 ha hsse hsseto a ato 8to
to incubate tbe poison in its body from twelve to eighteen day da < = < i n ntbafo1 ntbafo1period nbatortperiod > ibaron ibaronperiod w
period in the mosquito then if it bites bit a susceptible person a at he h expiry nplni expirythin xpintion
i thin tl D of this time two to five days must elapse for the disease to r nin n rlnf in fet festself fetself it f fself
self In the bitten person Therefore Inestimating Ineltlma ne the probable = p pr ad d of ofyellow ofI ofyellow
yellow eIJo fever from a single individual to tbe susceptible persons in n h < i iviron ivironment lviroameat tror trorI
I I ment a period of at least twentysix days da must be allowed to r era a athe > 1 > > before beforee beforethe
the success or failure of any preventive prevent lYe measures directed toar i itraction e de deand 11 11traction degr ¬
I traction of the mosquito can be determined in view of the fact that thatdays llieYCfa evcral evcraldays 1 1I
I days may elapse before a mosquito infected IDtf ted from the first case may bite bitesnseepUbe a asusceptible 1 1susceptible
susceptible person this period of observation should be lengthened to to thrty thrtydays thrtydays thirtydays
days which Is the time given by the health authorities of New Orleans In rd rdpresent r + 0 0present apresent
present epidemic to determine if a focus r u will develop from an Infected r rafter > a tafter o oafter
after its first appearance in h a given g vtn locality
7 The Stegomyia St8 < Fasciata cannot convey yellow fever during the tim timthat timthat > tthat
that the poison is incubating ia Us body twelve to eighteen days It m mbite mbite mr mrbite >
bite freely and repeatedly during this period but its bite is innocuous aoiriit aol Jtr Jtrdoes r rdoes rdoes
does its bit bite within 111 this period confer any immunity to the lutes ft person personS
8 V Yellow fever is i not transmitted or conveyed by fosattes toaIt I 1 e article articiojor artielor
or inanimate objects that have come in contact t with tb yellow fever fe patients T Ttheir r rtbeir rtheir
their immediate surroundings IUfIOuncU Hence once the disinfection of clothing bedln bedlnor
or merchandise supposedly soiled or contaminated by contact or proximitr proximitrwith
with the sick is unnecessary > f
9 The bodies or cadavera of the dead from yellow fever are Incapable or ortransmitting n ntraMIDUtl otransmitting
transmitting the disease unless death occurs within the first three tb day 11 lr lrI > > f fthe fthe
the disease a rare occurrence and then only oaJ if tnoequito s are allowed i ibIte rbite ro robite
I bite the body before decomposition has ba set in
10 There is no possibility of contracting yellow fever er from the bias biacc biaccvomit b1accvomit t tvomit
vomit evacuations or F other excretions of yellow fever patients
11 An attack of yellow fever caused as It always is I by the bit bite of tbe tbesteeolDyla taeStegomyia tbeStegomyia
Stegomyia confers immunity IJIl against subsequent attacks of the U UDuties disease diseaseDuties diseaseDuties
Duties of th the Trained Nurse NurseNEW Nur e eNEW
1 No nurse can be considered as trained in the management vaeme t of yellow yellorfever 7eJlofeYer yellowfever
fever in the light of present accepted knowledge unless UR she realizes fniy fniyearnestly In Inearnestly tuiiyearnestly
earnestly and conscientiously that the disease ell is transmitted solely by mos mosquitoes nJOsqultoetl mosquitoes ¬
quitoes and that it Is her er duty to prevent pre t the Ua admission of these t Insects to tothe tothe tothe
the sick room and to destroy them promptly If they should find their way waytherein waytherein waytherein
therein thereinI
2 That as the inseparable attendant at the bedside of the lb patient dt the themust IIIhlmust Rhemust
must eooperatewlth cooperate with the physician in the discharge of his functions hln < l as uardlan uar uardian l1rdian
dian of the public publicheaJth health The trained nurse nul la this th capacity becoming dire direly dlreIy direct directly
ly the most efficient and important sanitary agent eat la preventing the spreai spreaiof prea 1 1of iof
of yellow fever ia infected localities Upon her intelligent appreciation a 1on oC ofthe oCthe < 1 1the
the mode of transmission of this disease her personal safety U If f she is aa aanonimmune allnonImmune annonimmune
nonimmune and the protection of the family and the entire UN household old ofthe of ofthe ortbe
the patient especially If these the are not immune largely If not entirely entirelydepends eMIr utlrlydepends > 1 1de
depends dependsI de nci
3 Every nurse must bear in mind that the most naflgnant yellow fever feverpatient letfTpatent feverpatient
patient is I innocuous and absolutely harmless to even the most susceptible susceptiblenonimmune r8ptt suseepttbanonImmune b bnonImmune
nonimmune If the proper precautions are taken to prevent the tb aoeess of ofmosquitoes It Itmoaqultoeta > C Cmosquitoes
mosquitoes to the patients person
4 The greatest p te t freedom of personal contact and Intercourse may tlalr therfore th tlalrore r rfore
fore ore be permitted between the yellow fever sick and the well la I the IIkK slrkroom IIkKroom i K Kroom
room and provided the innoculatlon of mosquitoes by biting bltl the patient patientduring patientduring to todurlnl
during the first three days of tbe disease 1 fa absolutely prevented
5 The mission of a trained nurse is I not satisfactorily accomplished if a apatient apatient apatient
patient suffering from ary kind of fever In localities infected with yellor yellorfever 78llofeyer yellorfever
fever who is confided to her care is allowed to be bitten bitt by a mosquito mosquitoeven m
even if the fever Is proven not to be yellow fever Mosquito atto bites are annoying annoyingand anaoytnand
and harmful even if not infective Inr chYe to the patient and It must ba looked upon uponas up u uas
as an evidence of neglect t if he shows evidences of of1DOlJ4lllto inosaulto stings stingsI
I No nurse can consider herself a trained yellow fever nurse nur e url l1fkJ is 9 < i ihas l 0has lhas >
has made herself thoroughly familiar with the weapons which arl sclp1 n e nn ant antexperience antexperience < l lexperience
experience have given II yen her to effectively protect her noninfected pa revs nf TJ nM nMthose andthose 71 r1 r1those
those persons who are dependent upon her knowledge and exertions for ± or safety safetyfrom aat > tyfrom tY tYfrom
from the infected
7 The weapons of offense and defense that the nurse mast learn to tohandle tohandle o ohandle
handle in protecting her patients are areA areA areA
A The Mosquito Bar Bobbnt Preferred to ls Isolate lat be Patient In His Bed
1 1 The netting of bars must have meshes fine enough to prevent the th thpaaace thepassage thopassage
passage of mosquitoes mOllqultoetlJ
2 Mosquitoes can bite through i roup mosquito aJto nets whea 1Iea any part ef tbs thapatients tbspatJents th9patients
patients body Is s i ba edatract with the Uaea nettinga netting
a Frequent examinations exa should be made to see thai there are ae a torn tornplaces tomplaces tornplaces
places In the netting and that no mosquitoes have found a aThe lodging Inside InsideThe insideThe
The netting should be well tucked In to keep the mosquitoes awe from fromentering frollenterl fromentering
entering enterl l
5 If mosquitoes are found within the netting they should be killed in inside inside Inside
side not merer merely driven or shaken out
6 All cases e of 1 fever should be promptly reported to the physician physicianawaiting physicianawaiting etan etanawaltinc
awaiting his arrival they should be covered with a mosquito bar This hi par particularly partlcularly particularly ¬
ticularly Important in dealing with mild fevers especially In I Infants and andchildren amichildren aD1chUdren
children in localities liable to Infection with yellow fever The disease cIJaMI man manifests manIfest mantlests ¬
ifests itself in such a mild form in infantile and early childhood that It flikely i ilikely jJ jJllkel
llkel likely to escape recognition On account of the tJa very mildness mlJcha of tile a aym aymLoins vm vmtons > JtoIfts
tons the usual precautions are not taken and the mosquitoes are able to tospread o ospread ospread
spread the disease without molestation mole tatloD The mild or unrecognized eases are arefor arefor arefor
for this reason the most dangerous from a sanitary point of view
B Screens ScreensAll
All openings leading to the sick chamber should be screened screenedof otf1 otf1of Ohutvi4eof
of hospitals wire screens reens are not usually available and provisional provisionalcan screens screenscan gr n5 n5can
can be made of bobbinet or cheese cloth which can be tasked or cherwls cherwlssecured c cberwlssecured benrllsecured < >
secured to th a openings open In of the sick room roomC
C Sulphur and Pyrethrum for FUMigation FumiaatlonFumigate FUMigationFnmlpte Fumi3atlonFumigate
Fumigate the room with sulphur or pyrethrum insect powder to destroy destroypossibly iJestoypoeslbly destroypossibly
possibly infected mosquitoes as early NrI as possible alter the fourth day of fever feverSulphur merS feverSeiphur
Sulphur S burned in an Iron pot ia the sorest sa rest way and if used In proper quantit quanit7will quantitwin quaD 1t7 1t7win
win not injure fabrics or colors Three pounds in an average room is mm mmcient I1dl1cleDt rifident
dent if the room be closed more accurately two pounds of sulphur to luou luoucubic 1001cubic 1 1cubic
cubic feet of space is I estimated by sanitary authorities and one pound of ofnsect orInsect ofinsect
Insect powder to 1 10 0 < M > 0 cubic feet will suffice to stupify the mosquitoes mo qut Ofs The Thamosquitoes Themosquitoes Themosquitoes
mosquitoes will fall to the floor and should be collected and burnt Two Twotours Twolours Twohours
tours fumigation with sulphur is quite sufficient in ordinary ra a > = the Tnouraes tMfumes thefumes
fumes uraes of sulphur will not remain long and household Ammonia a sprJkJtJ sprsklelabout spr sprJkJtJabout ikied ikiedabout
about the room will diminish their unpleasantness unpleasantnessThe unpleasantnThe
The fumigation should be done in the morning so that the th room wuJl w m II be beree befree befree
free ree of odor 04oroy by night nlg t and it should be done preferably in dry weather Wbeeever 7hec 1lhecever 7hecever
ever the condition of the patient will permit a room adjoining the one oneoccupied ODeoccupied oneoccupied
occupied by the patient should be first purified of mosquitoes and prepared forthe fcr fcrhe fcrtbe
the he reception of the patient who is to be carefully transferred to 0 the dism dismfrcted dllllnfected disinfected
fected room as early as possible Ible after the fourth day dayThe 1 1Tbe tThe
The work of ofdslJlfeetloD sia eetlon and mosquito destruction as well as sr reenlng 8crfeaIDIa screesingis reenlngis
is now conducted co ductecl by b the Health Authorities immediately ± after notification notifcatioythe > y yae ythe
the ae attending phyaielan Ie But in i isolated localities or when wta deiay in obtain obtainng obtaining 1nInp
Inp ng sanitary relief is unavoidable the physician and nurse must direct the tbemembers themelD themembers
members melD bars of the t houeehoU 1aGW in applying th the prescribed regulation regulationAdditional recaJaUouAdditional raulatJosaAdditional
Additional precautions utlo in sulphur fumigation recommended by the Health HealthAuthorities He1thAulhorJUea HealthAuthorities
Authorities in charge of sanitation 8 in I New Orleans 0rIea during the present presentepidemic prtsenepidemic presentepidemic
epidemic epidemicRemove epidemicRemove epidemicRemove
Remove all ornaments om of metal such as brass copper silver and an gilt giltrom Kiltfrom gilti
from rom the room that is to be fumigated All objects of a metallic nature naturewhich naturewhich tare tarewalch
which cannot be removed can be protected by covering the objects tightly tightlywith tight tly tlywltla iy iywith
with paper t tyF with a thin t coating coati coatingRemove of vaseline applied with wit a brush brushRemove 1 ruaJaReJBOTeIoIa
Remove ReJBOTeIoIa Croat the room to be fumigated all fabric material after at tho thoonghly tla tlaIy toougbly
onghly Iy shaking Open all drawers and doors do of furniture and closets closetsThe closetsThe Joset JosetThe
The room r should oukl be closed and made as tight as a possible by stoppfcg st Jpp al aiopenings alopellinp alopenings
openings in chimney cItt floor walls keyholes and cracks near windows and anrtdoers anltdC anddoors
doersCrevices doers Crevices can be dosed by pasting strips of paper old newspapers j over overthem OYerth8IB overthem
them with a paste made of flourThe flour flourThe tourThe
The sulphur should be placed in n an Iron pot flat skillet p prefers cferoi ant anlthis anithl antthis
this placed on bricks in a tub or o other her convenient couveJ ent water receptacle with about aboutan boutD
an D inch of water at hi the bottom This is a precaution wLicb a smlt ut fee taken tak to toguard TOguard r rguard
guard against apt accidents as the sulphur Is liable to boil over 0 aad j set fire to tothe tothe tothe
the house houseThe bonaeThe houseThe
The sulphur is t readly ignited by spriafctlsg spri k lag alcohol > l over ft and a > d lirtMns it itThe 1 1The itThe
The ai apatJoent att ent should be kept closed for t two o hours andrthen an tleg opens oPetJ1and I ui uiand u uand
and well ventilated ventilatedNOTB yeati1tedNOTBTo ventilatedNOT
NOT NOTBTo To find JIII the t cubic contents CORte xrf the room roo multiply the Irne en n r1 > of ofthe atthe ofthe
width and this tna tO 1 by b tU tt height
the room by the net to find t the ie ljUnt ljUntof ant Juntof antof
of sulphur necessary to fumigate the room divide the cubic contcN contcNand eonte V I bung bungand oo
and the result will be the amount of sulphur required hi pound poundTake tOUnTake poetndsTake 500we
Take for fo example ex mple a room 15 feet long 10 feet wide and 10 fact r > t we wevoa wewould erewould
would multiply 15x10x10 equals 1500 cubic feet Divide tU o JfO JfOwill oj aU 11 + fort O11l t twill
will have the amount of o sulphur sul1 > hur required viz 3 pound 1ouAdii1

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