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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL FRIDAY MO MORNINGOCTOBER R N I NG O CTO B ER 6 61905 1905 PAGE PAGETHUI THRU
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Mn n D F McOaskffl as sad Mrs Mrsier CM CMjer e er
jer r Haaeock left 1eftme jrestertey fcr r rme Lorfta Lorftaxjlte
xjlte me Xf wbere they will vMt Mn MnHancocks XnUAeoek XiiHncoi
Hancocks relative re1aU They will profit profeably profithl prosby
ably hl by > remain away antil tll after tract tractMrs tisLMrs Mt MtMn
Mrs B B SavMten 8aui t who IB tm W Wtn WUk WUkinto
tn into writes 1 1 glad to toPeaacrla tmiee lie ee TfcPensaorU The ThePeeIa
PensaorU Journal is a daily visitor TId < < t tthe to totbe tothe
the Library UI ruy of Congress eore where all th thlending the tlte1YlcWlIC thepapers <
lending papers sC t the oomtir oomtirlound coat17fcua4 a alound
lound fcua4TanIt1I loundTnIbs loundTfeltahassse
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several veaI weeks w eka te Battle 1IIe Greek Cr Mick Mickad MIChsad lda ldaa4
sad < < ad other poiats t2 rrtvraed IftvItedJa yesterday yesterdayHI
HI Ja fesslljr My olllfe owear Mopped 8t pt tit Brew BrewWB BlewcOa Brewk
WB k Ala where they will III ressala L ½ for tortfce lorpreeeat forU
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V trade hisa kf lot f I a lot ottUCCO ottUCCOthan ot Uxerco eott eotttIaaa ten tenthan
than oau ta as 1 the e loader > keep keepthe k keepthe p pthe
the lot ot the SMM It will Oc 4 worth The TheJournals TheJouraarg MaeJouraaJa
Journals want ads will make the thetrade thetra4E thetrade
trade for yon o very cheap Tae WS WSAd 1Wit 1WitAdWaytWMrtkekO W it itAd
Ad AdWaytWMrtkekO AdWaytWMrtkekOTweity4ve Way U wy tar the host hostTwentyfive 110III1weatv
Twentyfive cases were ere docketed It Itthe InJ 1t 1tthe
J the recorders 1fICO er iisait yesterday yeMerdsy1n awrit awritIn
In oat of nfch m mThree T7M was realised realisedThree rslbed1twee
Three CUM aes weM we ooatinaed ooti eM eet ae col coltirossed r t tt
t V tirossed t o e4 one dhnhsigfd w e4 one e given 41 41days 41J 41dITL
J days da and ad two t given ct M IVthe1y U days respec respectively respecf ¬ I
f tively tivelyTaltaaassee tivelyTh1aasee
0 Taltaaassee Ta1 Capital apIt Daring Dart their theirstay thelJta tbetrsta
stay sta ta in i Washington W taton Mrs H Cr CrCrawford Cl ClCrawl CftCrawtwd >
Crawford Crawl acd zd Hon Hn William B Craw Crawford C1a1ftd Crawlord ¬
ford were delightfully atertaiaed ftterthae4eo y yCongressman yCcgteeswan
Congressman eo ft and aat Mrs n William B I Ir v vmar
mar 11 r Under their chaperonage the thetook tbtY thetook
took la all the sights of the National NationalCapital Natior NatiorCQttal NatlorUGapitaL
Capital CapitalTallahassee CQttalN GapitaLTthtkue
I Tallahassee N I r fie OapfUl Mr F W WMarsh Wa I
Marsh a d f Ptanacola clerk of the Unit United Ukeel ¬
ed states Court fnr the Northern Dis District 1 ¬ I Itriet Imci
trict of rtertds arrived Monday Moa IIJ from fromChicago f fCI tronCbca
Chicago CI Cbca + where wk be was visiting at te tettese tI1etime tbethee
time rettew fever was declared in inPeasacoia IIIh InVeaco
Peasacoia h ooIa Mr r Marsh will make ake Tal Tallahassee rlI rlIIa ri1hes ¬
lahassee Ia air headoartm ta rtir until ill the thequarantine I Iuar1iae
quarantine is I raised raisedThe ral redThe I
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The fmaoral l services of the late Dr DrH DrH
H H Boalter < < whieh wk1 w e held tel in inChrist hiChijat I IChrist
Christ church Wednesday were con conducted cosiducte4 ¬
ducted hy AST 8 f A T 8MqIe 8 rpe as well wellas welldie
as the ae ev p R Whaler Wit Henry HesryHorstor BfmryBonier HenryHzaIM
Bonier m behalf of Peutacola Lodr LodrNo IACI IACINo V
No t IL of l r p of whirl Dr Boulter Boulterwas B u1U1 u1U1a
was a member bel read th Pythian berial berialsenrlee bmiaJue bciisIvlce
senrlee vlce at tae grave Te ta a very impres impressive ¬ Ii IiV
sive V W
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t Bine Wbboa Lemon aM Vanilla V VIIatrI KK KKtrhcts 1 1tIIaeM
trhcts trI at as pave e sad i strong oac that thatev tUew tkate7u7
ev e7u7 < < rr f dror or eonats eosa Thats why they theyare theyare
are as economical economicalPAMMMA cookLPMIAMA kItL l lFMUIIMIA
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PAMMMA PKACTfCAILLY LV FREE FREEYEUUOfff FRIEEOF FREEOF
OF YEUUOfff YEUi fii FEVER FEVERWaaamgton FEVERW FEVERwaamtoL
Waaamgton W o OcC f IA A mnamary imaSYthe MU of ofthe 0 0th
the th yeDsv > fever f fer ftl sltaaUor t1la Ol on o the lath Isthtrac lathni
trac 0 of Panama pg stace e Septmber IS ISFbows 11Fbowa 15Ehows
Fbows bit two t cases reported ftPOIt one an anItalian anIII
III Italian 11 aad the other an American Americantxxti AeriCLb4h ct cttkot
V txxti tkot k employees The Ame1caa A AaekZo dieo dieoXu
Xu Zo 0 cssec of fever fe has been reported reportedI
I snc fleptrtnt r M Dartstg the entire entireo euttrensth ttre ttreIDDIttJa
o month of September oo1JEmt er but nine cases es of ofyellow ofnw Ofyeflw
yellow nw lever er occurred occurr on the tMd isthmas isthmasaad
aad 4 seven BEV ot Vt them were wereI ere larcllDnJ6 larcllDnJ610S iregs
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MAYOR BLISS APPEALS FOR FORTHE fORTE V VVV
VV THE PEOPLES COOPERATION I II I
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Says Fever Cannot Be Reduced ReduceUnless ReducedUnless ReducedUnless
Unless Some People Come Cometo
to Their Senses SensesA
A SEVERE ARRAIGNMENT OF OiTHAT OFTHAT OFTHAT
> THAT CLASS OF CITIZENS WH WHTHINK WHO WHOTHINK WHOTHINK
THINK THEY KNOW MORE MORABOUT MOREABOUT MOREABOUT
ABOUT YELLOW FEVER THANTHE THAN THAfTHE THANHE
THE HE DOCTORS DO DOKditor DOo DOdIt
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I wish to My to the jMopfe of PeR PeRcola Pa Pasaoola
p saoola cola in regard r ar to the tll fever t situ situtloo situttoa attusdosi
tloo that the beat b that t a we w oa hoptor IIepefor hop hepefor
for at the present pre at tIlDe in Iao my y e4id e4idis i iis
o is to keep the aamber of t es as s sduced re reduced reo
o duced until we w are rs relieved tor byit ftwst ftwstIf fN
o
If it wm possible bIe to t 4 get et the heart heartoooperation 1IeutyCCH heaztyCooperatiogi
oooperation CCH peratioD of o onr r ckitaas we 1weprobbly W otwk otwkprobably OOftldprvbably
probably stamp oat the fdrer 1CY T VSr IB I three threof threefour <
of foar weeks weekau at the oouMa but it itseem it itMe Hseea
seem Me that it is an impossJMilty impesulbWtyu anc ancthat ad adtJaat
that u come of o the people of Bescoare Besco Peesacoaale
are like some of the cudrea ia th thwilderaecs t Vie View1lderae e ewllcleraeu <
wilderaecs wilderaecsWhen wllcleraeuTJaen w1lderaehen
When hen Motes lifted up p a serp ierpt ierptwhich a l lwhich t tw111cb
which they could kx look k apon and be behealed behealed behI
healed hI d there were somo at u them thl thlwere thswere thIVote
were so 8 stubborn a that before they thsjwould thsTwould theywould
would look Ioo upon U t serpent and ndL ndLhealed IMhealed IM liebealed
healed they would oald look down upon the theground th thKTOaDd thoground
ground and die dieWould dieWotild le leWOJld
Would Be 5 Frse e et Fever FeverHad FeverHacI FeverHad
Had the people peop1eeC of o PeasacoU a acepted acepted aeept
cepted eept the decree of fate ia the early earlyhifttory eulrhlMOlT er1yhhitory
hifttory of 0 the tb fever aai assisted us ted the thehealth the1aealtll thehealth
health aathoritiea ac kil good ood cil cilaewc cldshould eI eIe
aewc e should do I do act hesitate to toay toy
ay 7 that Ptaaaoola would today to bewithout toI
I without a single case of yeltow fever feverbut fevprIt feverbet
but it seems that tb some who shouM shouMkaow aboullJaIo shoulknow
know better D4 d others who have havenever ha havenever ye yeDeTer
never aeea die inside of a book on onmedicine onJMdIclae onae1cIne
medicine in their lives UT new more moreabout moreabost I It
about t H than tha those tI wso had td 41 given giventhe giventhe I I
the matter tter a life study HY sa and < < a deter determined deterI determ1ae ¬
mined opposition oppo ttoa ha been made ry rytheae r rythese
these people which baa resulted in iuintestine intatUac InIafesUa 1
intestine this tJ ti l town with 4f nfsoUd fm4LiveE J f moa moatoeII moetuitoea
tuitoea toeII toeIIi
i Lives LtvesDenb Dspenli Depen on It ItI ItI ItI
I hereby IIT call J1 upon all of the theieRa eki ekicenc dUI
I lIeU of 0 PeMaoota a h whoever r they may maybe maybe maybe
be to ceane ee o their oppoMtkm to the thehealth thebealUt thehealth
health aatborUiea and to o lead them themevery themeverr themevery
every aid possible e in the extermlav extermlavtlon extermltJoa extmiticit
tlon of the msssjnKoes oes The 1JuI n lives of ofour If011I nlour
our people depend de upon It aad we have havelaid hSTelaid havelaid
laid people ta the cemeteries ce aetclet who whowould whowoa14 whowould
would be ehve ali and ad w wet i C today toda ard ardhappjr mdI d dhappy
happy among their t elr frionds aad rein reinlives reI reItivs relatives
I lives were It not for th the determined determinedopposition determinedoppoIIitJoR determinedopposition
opposition that the health authorities authoritieshave aathodtlhaT
have haT met with from th beginning oeglaaingLsgic beginningLsglc ng ngL
Lsgic L of Common Sense SenseWhen SenseWhen I IWbea
When you want to get et a watch fixed fixedyou fix J
you 7 do not take it to a butahor lMtt not nora nota
1 a baker b er no a ditch digger but t you youtake youtake ou I
take It to to > > a watch cJl natter Iter and you youwould youwou14 youwoul4
would think a man eras who woull woulldo
do otherwise When you want to tolearn t tetbmc tlearn >
learn something iamethia etbmc about astronomy yoc yocwould 7fCwoald yn ynwould
would not go to a man who never neverknew neverI ev r rnew
I knew any more about the heavenly heavenlybodies byen17bodies heavenlybodies
bodies than to tell the sun aad tte ttemoon tei ttemooa
i moon acd nd the stars from one another anotherand aaotherI
and knows koo nothing of the tbendea rides that thatgovern thatern thatgovern
I govern ern these bodies but you woud woudgo WOU
go < < 0 to some person who is learned la lathese hithese
dt
1 these things and accept what they theyell tltp tltptell theytell
tell ell you as facts and if an a astronom astronomer ¬
I er tells you that an n eclipse wm occur occurin
in a year or in f the next ten years on ona 00D ona
a certain D day at a certain hoar Oar yon yonwould youi Olt Olti
i would beieve him b You would he hecalled MI hecalled
I called a fool If you yo did not notNow DOtI notNow
I Now wh why hy > make the distinction In Inthe 10the n nthe
the matter of o the science et of medi medicine medli mediclie ¬
i cine Why W h DOt no accept the accori accoriplishments lICeotpUabmea accorplishments
plishments of a physicians who have havemade naTemade havemade
made a lifes Ufe study of 1 yellow fever feverWhat feerWhat feverWhat
What to Do DoI
I am m not aofag to attempt to aJ aJvise sO a avIse
vise 1 YOU tow to treat yellow now fever as asthat astbat asthat
that U not my mmlnoos e I am m mgoing Illolac ntI
I going to tell yon what yon must do doaad d daD drand
and aD what you must st not do but I am amgoing amI amgoing
I going to insist Iiis M that th each e c itlzse when whena
a case eea of fever re appears appe n in yont our home homefor Itometor bornefor
for the protectloa of yourself aicl aiclyour ld ldvoar I Iyoar
your loved ones 0 and tae neighbors neighborsand phon phonaDd
and the coirmunlty at t large bu that you youJo
10 not ot hesitate bI tate a moment aent to calf a aphysicain apbyaIcaia aphyskin
physkinThe physicain i iThe i
The mosquito m 1I1to theory or a M some somepeople somepeople somepeople
people are lie prone to call it dogma dogmais m mis
is not a theory any krngtr r nor U 1 it a adogma adopa adogma
dogma but an a safMrttebed l1bed bed fact and andhas andha lid lidhAll
has ha been ciKaoast ci ieritd vll rated in the ex exence exeeoe exence >
ence of 0 ta fieVer te this ta city cityI
I am willing wil1hi to admit t u one that thateverything tbate thateverything
e everything hac ba poaaintr not been tore toreas Oe Oeas
as it had ongfct or to t bo duee that thattakes t at mla mlatak misI misItakes
tak takes hare ba te been mafe aIe but this thisthe Is n ntbe nt ntthe
the time to criticise crt t Let L us set et rd rdof rdof j
of the fever and aI mskf oar crltlcl ext criticisms criticismsafterwards IcIms IcImsafterwards m maftenrarda
afterwards I freely treebJIJafMt tresl onafesc that thathave I1 I1have 1 1uve I
have lost a great deal of faith in f fumi fumiadoa nti ntiBatton
Batton by b sulphur bat if the authori authorities aaUlorItIetI anthorlties ¬
ties wish Ib tc t ftnalgata with wtt ftk saIpaartbeJ sulphur salphnrthey sulphurthey
they shall aU have ba my Marty support y1tPOttExtormln supportExterralrte auppotExterzine
Exterralrte Extormln neM Mfsqultoes MfsqultoesNow qultocs qultocsNow
Now I will endeavor to 0 live a little littletdvtoe Uttleftcie littlead
ad tdvtoe ftcie to those about the city whowish who I IIrish IwUh
Irish to t kilt < the atoanvftoes Ossuaea 1Iltoea ia n their theirIOSMS tkerY tkerYhornes I IIt
IOSMS It I have beam be reliably informed informedhat
hat if one will lake li amonta ta whlcn whlcnsan whcneen
san be J e parrhased p1I1 Med Jor a few cents c ceat ta a snlMa aI agalisa
nlMa I at the ice works and sprinkle sprinkleIt e1e e1eit e eIt
It It freely about a the Moms qius or nmce place it itn itin
in n Tassels sbsat 1 the di looms onws and will willdose wOtthe wiltclose
dose the room for an hoar or so tic I II
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f PHeNE PH H WE 1SS 1S 1SNEW 136NEW
NEWM NEWMM NEW METHOD 1SSLAUN LAUN LAUNVe LAUNDRY LAUNDRYc
c 1 M 4 LWft LWRofNOf IVO r PrrMtef rleler Na B Wet Ve < II Muana St Ptmsaeofa Fla FlaI FlaL FlaICE FIaI
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I j I ICE COAL COAL xctcx xctcxj and d WOOD WOODConsumers WOODI V
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I I Consumers tee and Fut Company CompanyOmoe
t Omoe Oacnar Obs and Tarragons Phone e 359 359I 1 1
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COLORED CONGREGATIONWOULD CONGREGATION CONfREGATIONWOULD
WOULD RETAIN REI tIN PASTOR
MILLVILLE MANWAS MAN MlNVAS MNWAS
WAS ARRESTED ARRESTEDHE
HE HEISGHARGED HEISGHARGEDV HEISGHARGEDTAAT IS CHARGED WITH W1THREPORTING W1THREPORTINGrHAT REPORTINC REPORTINCTHAT
V THAT rHAT YELLOW YELLOW FEVER EXIST hXISTr V
If < r
IfED ED AT THAT PLACE PLACESt PLACESt V
St Andrews Pin Oct S iMr Mr A A ACalhoun AI ACalhoun
Calhoun of o Maria Mailassa is a vteKor herthis h her herethisweek re rethaa
I this thisweek thisweekThe week weekThe wHkTIle
The steamer Tarpon came to this thisport thisOrt thisport
port Ort on Tuesofcy from Mobile with f fgoodly a axoodly agoodly
goodly supply of merchandise am amother and andother andother
other freight for the different mar mercbaats IDarcnaU marchants
chants of the thepl place placei ce ceI
i Mr J R Thompson te In Vernon Vernocthis VernonUlts Vernonthis
this week weekI weekMr
I I Mr Parker of Marianna represent representI
I lug Jn a Mobile house was in town a part partot portot
ot last a week also Mr Bevel of Lewis LewisBear LewisBear LewisBear
Bear Co of Pensacola PensacolaMr
I I Mr Caeey Cde after procuring a till of olheaitk ofheaith ofIheaith
heaitk from join Apalachicola here left on onTuesdays onTue onTuesday5
Tuesdays Tue dayl trip of o the Tarpon for Apa Apalaohieola Apalaohiools Apalachicola
laohieola where he goes to procure procurematerial procurematerial procurematerial
material suitable to begin work in his hisnew hisnew hisnow
new shop situated on the bay front frontHe frontHe frontHo
He will soon be prepared to < do many manykinds man mankinds manykinds
kinds of wood work which will w1l1be be quite quitean
an accommodation to St AnoJrews and andsurrounding andsurroundln andsurrounding
surrounding country countryA oount1 oount1A
A Mr Taylor of Millville a short shorttime shorttime shorttime
time since reported that a case of yel yellow yell yolkw ¬
low l < iw fever < existed exi ted In Millville and today todayhe
he has been arrested and put under underboad underboR underbond
bond boR to await the fall term of court courtfor courtfor courtfor
for starting such a report reportMrs reportMlIi reportMrs
Mrs P 1 A Wither who has be been beenslondingoJ1IIy beensiiondLngJn1y n nspending
spending slondingoJ1IIy July August ana an September Septemberin
in Birmingham BlrB1in lR Ala returned home homeon
on Saturday While there she attend attended ¬
ed her sisters wedding that of Miss MissEdith MissEdith i
Edith Lathrop who will be pleasantly pleasantlyremembered pleasantlyreminbered
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remembered rem mbered as having visited here herein herein hereIn
in Ute late winter winterM V VM
M A V Landgraf LAnd rf one on of the clerks clerksof clerksthe clerksthe
of the firm of I L M I Ware Go IS IShaving ISving IsI4aYIng
having ving a vacation aA4li1s an aatf 1s over at Cro CroKaaton CroJlAton Crcmutton
mutton fpr several weeksWhen weeksWhen weeks weeksWhen
When doctors fail W try Burdock BurdockBlood Burdock11oo4 BurdockBlood
Blood Bitters CureS gydpepsia dol l > psla cqn cqngtipation oouIiUptltlon oqut1paUon
gtipation invigorates the t1a whole sys systorn SStJB systam
torn
You Are Welcomed Welco111 Here HereCome HereCome
Come to Michigan and escape the theYelWw th thyitU theYIdc
YelWw yitU w Fever The Hotel Hot Ho 1 Chester Chesterfield Chesterf ChestergeM ¬
f field fte t at t New Baltimore < < ltlmore Mich II ich on An Anchor AnciIor Anekor ¬ I
chor Bay Ba is open summer and winter winterDelightful winterDftlg winterDelightful
Delightful Dftlg tflll boating and hdfiehlng ai d fehing Rea Reasonable Razonble R a aaou1dtle ¬
sonable terms termsC V
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C A MAR MART1TTE i NTBTTE TE Prop PropNK5E PropNICE propNJoOE
NICE FRESH OYSTERS OSERS ON THE THEHALF THEHALF THEHALF
HALF SHELL SHELLD DAIUY I Y AT ATAJPOSTLE ATAPOSTLE NICK NICKAiPOSTLE
APOSTLE AJPOSTLEfumes V Vfuaei
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1 1f1Ull
fumes f1Ull of the arnoala rill 1f1 seek sse out outand outand antand
and kill every mosquito and it will willkill wi wikill i1 i1kill
kill them so that they will not come cometo colIeto coneto
to Hfe again againAS a againA 1 I
A AS I have before said e the burning of ofmeect nfl ofInaect
meect ID8e powder is i a waste of money moneywith monpw1th moneywiUt
with little results It Imply makes mak makthe I Ithe I Ithe
the Btoeqttiioec drunk and unless unlessQiey unlessthey
they are Ilekert kept drunk aJK t a lQ c time they theycome the thecome theycome t
come to life whoa fraV fri frair V air strikes strikesthem Strlk6l3thhl strikesthm
them thhlBut thmBut themBut
But the killing of the mosquitoes by byInsect byInlJleCt byinsect
Insect powder may ma be accomplish accomplishby > i I
by puffing it through the air of th3 th3room th31 th throom
room after the windows and doors of ofthe ofthe
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the room have been closed cl ed and left leftelosed 10ftclosed leftclosed
closed for an hour or so If any mo molultoee moquitces f fqultoes
lultoee are found alive after an hour hour5f hourof I
of fumigation in this manner it is a apretty aprett apretty
pretty good indication indica tion that the insect insectpowder insectpowder
powder has lost its strength strengthThe I
The smoking of mosquitoes niOS 111ltoos witn witnage witnrap witarags
age rotten wood etc ife simply a anethod amethod I Imet
method met od of driving them out of tlie tlielouse tltthouse thel thelVhOus
VhOus louse to some other place Jace but the thesmoke thesmoke
smoke will kill the mosquitoes if it itis ItIs I
is is made strong enough enoughThe enoughThe enoughThe I
The city is nclas a prepared disin disinectant dlslnfecLant disinfectant
ectant for the kffilng if r mosquitoes mosquitoesRrhich mosqultowhich mosquitoeswhich
which is applied with It spraying ma mashine mAtllne maChine
shine < It is i necessary to get s et t the liquid liquidtn lfq tI1 tI1on
tn the mosquito and this thIsV thIsIs V is dore dorely dorby dor dorby
by ly shooting a spray of the liquid into intohe intothe intothe
the air where the mosquitoes moI < uitoes exist existro exftTo existTo
To my mind < it is the most effective effectivevay effoctlaway effectiveway
way of destroying de troyJnJ the mosquito J as asbey s sthe sthey
they the are killed Instantly never to come comeo com comto comto
to o life lIr aIn asaiaThe aplBThe V V VThe
The qdor Of is 1 not t VV very V unpleasant unpleasantt qnple s l t tIt
It t is a disinfectant giving a a healthful healthfulone
one to the atmosphere aURo pkere The Th city wi wiipray wHspray wlispray
spray any house or any yard yardthey ard where whereaey t tthe
the they aey are e asked to do d so vt without tbo t cost costo costto costto
to o the people peopleIt V VIt
It is said bat of the act I am not notsertaiB notcertala ntcertain
certain that the liquid does not in inure Injure hjSure ¬
Sure ure anything in the tb lia Ii lIue of furniture furniturer
01 > r household goods s bat It does doespot tdM tdMot tn
pot ot plants that it is put up upon n It Is lsot Isnot ishot J
not ot necessary for the men men who spray sprayyour l loar i iyo
yo your oar r house t l4I ti put the th liquid upon 1IM > 1 yourj your youritowers I Iowen
lowers aad ut I have TOpeateiUy in iniTKCted a aaUacted t tItnIcted
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iTKCted them not to do so without withoutoar wIthottyour t troar
roar oar permteaion permteaionCan V
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I feel BOW that if Jfthe the people ol olPeasacoia ofP8DS L LPensacola
Peasacoia P8DS OI will w l give xs their Utelrhesrty UtelrhesrtyooopecatioR hearty heartycooperation
cooperation that we can reduC reduoo tUe tUefever tltefever tefever
fever to a Dda mleBMM hi a very abort aborttime sltorttime shorttime
time timeAgain V
Again appealing to every citizen In Inth lathp Inthe I
th the Interest of our relatives and Rd o air oIrfrleads airfrieads ir irfriends
friends anl 11 ia the interest Jnt st of f ear city cityaad cityad cityand
and ad the general public beyond the thecity th thcity tbcltyIbegofyottO
city cltyIbegofyottO I be of you to give iVe us your yourhearty yotlrhearty yourhesrty
hearty cooperation a in the exfcermian exfcermiantion extillrmlnatloa extmrmintIo
tion tIo of the zaosqttfto and in the end ending Eldlur endlag ¬
lag of the epKkwtlc 8PldeMkY epIdcVSry epKkwtlcVery
Very Y Respectfully RespectfullyCHAS RespectfullyOnes uU7t uU7t0lI
CHAS 0lI S H BUSS BUSSMayor BLISSMa7Of BUSSMayor
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harm ar the weakest constitution new newfalls n nvrfalls vc vcfalls
falls to cue summer complaints of ofy r rtHIng fyoung
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They Adopt Resolutions Condemn Condemning ¬
ing Members Who Got Out Outinjunction OutInjunction OutInjunction
injunction injunctionAbout
About A > bo t 200 members of t Mt Zion ZionBaptist Zionaptlst ZioniB
iB Baptist pJt church met last night Iti ht and the thefollowing thefolknving thefollowing
following set of resolutions resolutIonyore vvore er unan unanimously unanImously unanlmously ¬
imously adopted adoptedResolutinos j jResolutinos fRcsolutinos
Resolutinos Adopted AdoptedPensacola Adop AdoptedPensacola d dPensacola
Pensacola Fla Out j 1905 1905Whereas 1905Whereas 1906Whereas
Whereas the Rev Thomafe Thom i Bellinger Bellingerwas Bellingerwas
I was duly d ly and regularly elected pastor pastorof
of the Mount Zion Baptist church for foran foran foran
an Indefinite prelod at tae meeting meetingthereof meetingthereof meetingthereof
thereof called and held for that pur purpose purpose purpose ¬
pose on the 21st day of August A D
1904 and andWhereas andWhereas andWhereas
Whereas The said Rev Thomas ThomasBellinger ThomasBellinger ThomasBellinger
Bellinger has always well and an faithful faithfully ¬
13 performed the duties of said office officeto
to the satisfaction of the very large largemajority largemajority largentajortty
majority of the members of the said saidchurch saidcburch saidchurch
church and andWhereas andWhereas andWhereas
Whereas It is the sensa of the thelarge thelarge thelarge
large majority of the members of said saidchurch saidchur saidchurch
church chur < h that he be retained as pastor pastorthereof pastorthereof pastorthereof
thereof and they have no sympathy sympathywith
with the attempted action of tha th small smallminority smallulnorlty smallminority
minority of the membership of said saidchurch sall1church sakichurch
church to repudiate his pastorship at ata
a socallea meeting held by bysaid said small smallminority smanminority smallminority
minority without any notice to the theRev theRo theRev
Rev Ro Thomas Bellinger or to the mem membcrship memob membrshIp
b bcrship rship at large or to any anyone one ex except except excopt ¬
cept those who were in accord with withtte witht1e withUe
tte purpose of said minority now nowtherefore nowtherefore nowtherefore
therefore thereforeBe
Be it resolved By the conference conferenceof
of the Mount Zion Baptist Baptlstchurch church as assembled assembled assembled ¬
sembled in inpursuan pursuance df a call to con cons48r conelder < on on81ctor
elder the question qti q Stiqn tIon of the pastorate of ofsaid ofsahiVchurch f fsaldchurch
said saldchurch church that the Mount Zion Bap Baptist Baptist Baptist ¬
tist ohurch emphatically repudiates repudiatesthe
the alleged action of said socalled socalledmeeting socalledmeeth1g socaliedmeetIng
meeting of September Sept mber 28th and that thatwe thatWe thatWe
we recognize ana1 aa j desire to retain the thesaid thesRld theSaid
said Rev Thomas Bellinger as pastor pastorof
of this church churchRespectfully churchRespectfully churchRespectfully
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Respectfully submitted submittedDeasons sllbmfttedDeasonSN submittedDeasonsN
DeasonSN Deasons N Goldsmith J EL El W WFord WFord WFord
Ford W V Cole Colsman Col man Walker M D DCobb DCobb DCobb
Cobb CobbTrustees CobbTrusteosB CobbTrustesB
Trustees TrusteosB B C Ghristlar W A AWatts AWatts AWatts
Watts M S G Abboflv am Charles CharlesWm ObarlasWm OharlasWm
Wm Chas Morris MorrisRobt MorrisRobt SilI iC iCRobt
Robt T 1 Thomas omas Clerk 1 jjoti itxjTrustee itxjTrusteeThe Trustee TrusteeThe TrosteeThe
The resolution is the result of an in injunction Injunction injunction ¬
junction issued IS 1el against Bellinger B l1lngerbs by bysome bysome
some s < me of the congregation a few days daysago daysago daysago
ago io preventhlm pr vonthlm from further f fther acting actingin
in the capacityof < > t pastor of said saldohurch saldohurchan church ohurchan
an account of which was published pubUshOdJnlast ptbff hotl Ju Julast Inlast
last ISund Sundays ts ys Jdurnal JdurnalNICE iburnalNRE r rNICE
NICE FRESH OYSTERS OYSTERtON OYSTERONTHE OYSTERONTHEfOSTLE ON THE THESHELL TH THH
H lF > SHELL PAILY DAILY Af TNICK TNICKrLE NICK
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Why Hojflcs StumbleMany Stumble StumbIeMany StnmeMany
Many horses stumble andfnre anaro whip whipped whippod whippod ¬
pod therofor because persons pers ns having havingthem havingthem havingthem
them in keeping are careless C reles in hitch ubltching hitching hitching ¬
ing them up The most flagrant t flgrnnt and andcommon nndcommon andcommon
common error in clothing a a horse is the theplacing theplacIng theplacing
placing of the breechen or hold back backstrap backstrap backstrap
strap at the proper pr pcr height on the thehorses thohorses thehorses
horses hind legs In fact factevery every third thirdhorse thirdhorse thirdhorse
horse is hitched wrong in this respect respectThe rcspectIhe
The he breechen breC < hen should be so buckled bucld that thatIt
It will not slip up under the tbehorses horses tall talland tallnnd talland
and never so that it will when the thehorse thehorse thehorse
horse is going down hill or holding holdingagainst holdjngagainst holdingagainst
against a load slip nearly down to his hishocks hishOcks II
hocks The latter position deprives deprivesthe I Ithe
the horse of the free use of his hind hindlegs hindlegs bindlegs
legs causes his feet to crass alternate alternately ¬
ly lifts his hind feet if not his whole wholehind wholehind wholehind
hind parts nearly off of the ground and andthrows andthrows andthrows
throws the weight of the load and of ofthe ofth ofthe
the th horse himself on to his front feet feetthe teetthe feetthe
the result being badly sprung knees kneesfrequent kneesfrequent kneesfrequent
frequent unavoidable stumbling with withthe withthe withthe
the generally attending whipping Jerk JerkIng jerkIng jerklug
Ing of the reins and curses of the fool fooldriver fooldriver fooldriver
driver
how oW Monkeys Sl S1ep S1epDo ep epDo epDo
Do you know said the monkey monkeyman
man at a zoo that few people ever eversaw eversawa everiaw
iaw saw sawa a monkey monk y asleep I suppose that thatthere thatthereare thattherear
thereare there are people who Imaginethat lmaglne that they tlleynever illeynever theynever
never do sleep as they are usually alert alertIn
In the presence of visitors It was wasin wasin wasin
in the afternoon and the drowsy air airhad airhad airbad
had exerted Its Influence upon a sleepy sleepymustacbed sleepymustacited sleepymustached
mustached monkey and the delegate delegatehad
had a good view of the sleeping beast beastHe beastHe beastHe
He lay up on his shelf upon his back backwith backwith backwith
with his arms thrown carelessly about aboutbut abontbut aboutbutihe
but butihe the pretty feature was the position positionof
of the long tail It was curled about aboutthe aboutthe aboutthe
the body and just under the head it itmade itmade Itmade
made a double curl and upon this soft softroll softroll softroll
roll rested the monkeyfc head heada a pit pillow pUlow pitlow ¬
low fit for a king When alone they theyalways theynlways theyalways
always use their tails for pillows said saidthe saidthe saidthe
the keeper but if two or more sleep sleepat
at the same time they huddle close to together together together ¬
gether resting their heads upon one an another another another ¬
other
Training Army Horses HorsesWhen HorsesWhen HorsesWhen
When horses are recruited for the thearmy thearmy thearmy
army they are put through a course of oftraining oftraJl1lng oftraining
training to accustom n them to the tu tumult tumult tumuit ¬
mult and smell ofbattle of battle First they theyare theyare theyare
are drawn up in a circle around an in instructor instru4torwho Instructor ¬
structor stru4torwho who fires a pistol Some take takethe takethe takethe
the flash and report very quietly and andthese nndthese andthese
these are a ar passed p sse < I on to severer trials trialswhile trialswhile trialswhile
while the others have lesson after les lesson lesson lesson ¬
son repeated until they are convinced convincedthat convincedthat convincedthat
that there Is no danger to them and andbefore andbefore andbefore
before long a seventy pounder may be befired betired befired
fired within a yard of them without Tvithoutmaking withoutmaklnf withoutmaking
making them turn around After this thisthey thisthey thisthey
they must face the fire in a sterner sternersense sternernsethat sternersensethat
sense nsethat that is to say they must gal gallop gallop gallop ¬
lop fearlessly up to a line or square of ofinfantry otinfantry ofinfantiy
infantry blazing away with their rifles riflesand riflesnnd riflesand
and charge ± arge batteries Of quick firing firingguns firln1guns firinggun2
guns
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TO WEAK WOMEN WOMENOf
Of Pensacola and Vicinity We Make MaketheFollowing MakethcIFol MaketheFoIIowlng
theFollowing thcIFol wlng Proposition PropositionThere Prop sJtion sJtionThere sltionThere
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I Itbls
There are hundreds hun tods of women in iathis inthis
this vicinity who are dragging t rng ng them themselves thlmseh thmselves ¬
selves seh through lIfe lifein In paia and mis icisery misc1 misery
ery c1 without vitality vi taUt itrenftn tronc or orhealth orbealth orhealth
health said a member ruemberof of the firm of ofW ofV orW
W V H Whit Co ToUT get no nohappiness nohappiness nohappiness
happiness out of life and a d are just In Ina Ina Ina
a condition to be attacked by almost almostany almoatany almodtary
any disease They need a vitality vitalityranking vltnHtymlklng vitaltymaking
ranking and strengthcreating tonic tonicNow tonicNow tonicNow
Now at our ourexpense expense we want to toask toask toask
ask every ever such woman in Peasacola to totry totry 0 0try
try our cod liver oil preparation VI VInol VInolo VInol
nol which contains in a highly con concentrated concentrated eoncentrated ¬
centrated form all of tAe medicinal medicinalelements medicInalelements medicinalelements
elements of cod liver oi > tout BO oH or orgrease orgrease orgrease
grease It I Is delicious to take ere creates ereates crcates ¬
ates a healthy appetite makes pure purerich purerich purerich
rich blood and gives strength and vi vigor vigor Vigor ¬
gor to every organ of the body better betterthan betterthan betterthan
than any medicine we w nave ever sold soldin soldIn soldIn
in our store and when a wpman is in inpoor I Ipoor Inpoor
poor condition it makes life worth worthliving worthIhJng worthliving
living When we say ay at t our ur expense expensewe
we mean that if the medicine you buy buyfrom buyfrom buyfrom
from us and a pay for does d es not benefit benefityou beneDtOu benelltyou
you Ou we wll refund every cent paid paidus
us for it itMiss ItMl8B ItMss
Miss Mary M ry A Woodward says I Ithink 1think Ithink
think Vinol is I the th beat remedy in the theworld t1eWorld teworld
world for a weak tired wornout sy sytern sytern sytern
tern I was was just in that condition conditionwhen condftfonwhen conditionwhen
when I commenced to take Vinol It Itgave Itgave Itgave
gave me new life and enorgy I feel feelwell feelwell feelwell
well strong and better thAn 1 have havefor ha havefor e efor
for years yearsWe yearsWe yearsWe
We can only ask Pensacola women womento
to try Vinol on our guarantee W WH WH WH
H White Co Druggists DruggistsONLY DruggistsONLY DruggistsONLY
ONLY 49 IN THE THEDETENTION THEDETENTION TITlEDETENTION
DETENTION CAMP CAMPPEOPLE
PEOPLE DO NOT WANT TO GET GETAWAY GETAWAY GETAWAY
AWAY AS FAST FASTAS As S THEY THEYTHOUGHT THEYTHOUGHT THEYTHOUGHT
THOUGHT THEY DID DIDOnly DIDOnly DIDOnly
Only sixteen left yesterday for the thedetention t100detention thedotontlon
detention camp although it was ex expected expeoted expeCtod ¬
pected thata that a large number would ap apply apply apply ¬
ply inasmuch as permits are given to toany toany toany
any and all persons who desire to toleave toleave toleave
leave the city regardless of whether whetheror
or not they had registered r with Dr DrPorter DrPorter DrPorter
Porter prior to the establishment of ofthe orthe ofthe
the camp This makes a total of 4l 4lnow 411now 4Unow >
now in the th camp although the camp caiapprovides campprovides campprovides
provides accommodations aO < for about abouteighty abouteighty abouteighty
eighty people Those who left yes yesterday yesterday e8 e8terdft ¬
terday terdft are areJno areJno areJno
Jno W V Williams Sirs J W WWright VTWright V VWrlgbt
Wright Fannie Wright Daisy IJbt y Wright WrightRlbhmond WrIghtntbhmond WrightlUbhmond
Rlbhmond Willos Wlllard King E C CParish CParish Carish
Parish Mrs B P C Parish Grace Par Parish Parlsh ParIsh ¬
ish J R Parley I rley Airs rrs J A Parley FarleyMrs FarllYMrs ParleyMrs
Mrs P Q Hall Marguerete Hail HailKatherine HallKatherine HaLtIatherIne
Katherine Hal B T Nafdin NafdinThe NaIdlnThe NaidinThe
The camp will continue to admit admitpeople admItpeople admItpeople
people a as fast as they come as long longas bugthey ODg ODgas
as they can pass a satisfactory ox oxaminatlon fxammatlon oxaminatlon
aminatlon aminatlonwore Two were rejected at the thecamp tlecamp thecamp
camp Wednesday on account of hay havins bavini haylug
ins high temperatures u uton on their theirrival a arIw1 arIul
rival there although alt1fou h they nassed a
t favorable examination exnmin tion ihere D DPorter Dr DrPortor Drortor
Porter had nqt received official in information information informatlo ¬
formation about these two but said saidthat Slidthat saidthat
that he bad been informed that they theywere thejwere theywere
were the theM188es Misses Holmes If this it ittrue i itru iitru
true tru it will be unfortunate for the theyoung tbeyoung theyoting
young ladlos ladl as their theirr relatives have havenearly havEnearly havenearly
nearly all left the city cityThere cityThere cityThere
There win JJe oe an n inspector on all in incoming incoming Incoining ¬
coming trains who will see B e that per persons prsons persons ¬
sons rejected reJe d at the thocamp camp are not per permitted p permltted r rmUted ¬
mUted to stop 8topanywh anywhere re on the road roadbut roadbut roadbut
but come back to Pensacola Ponsa ola direct directDr directDr
Dr Porter gives out the information infojcmationthat
that it will not be necessary nece sary for par parties parties parties ¬
ties from Pensacola who wish to go godirect godirect godirect
direct to any northern Dort ern point outside outsideof
of the states stat which have a quarantined quarantinedPensacola quarantlupdPensacola quarantinedPensacola
Pensacola to stop at the detention detentioncamp detentioncamp deteuitioncamp
camp or have health certificates certificatesMany certificatesMany certificatesMany
Many are under the impression that thatto
to leave the city at all it is necessary necessaryto necess ry ryto
to stop over at the camp c m and for that thatreason thatreason thatreason
reason this information is given out outThe outThe outThe
The camp is supplied with a tote tolegraph tolgr totegraph
graph gr ph operator and messages mess ges to any anyone anyone anyone
one in the camp may be bcsent sent in Inregutar tbe tberegular t e ereguar
regular way through the th local office officeof
of the telegraph companies All mall mallfor m211for mallfor
for persons in the camp should be ad addressed addressed addressed
dressed in care re of Gamp Murray Mc McDavd McDavd MeDavd
Davd Fla and it itwia will be prompt promptdelivered promptlJdelivered promptlydelivered
delivered deliveredThdse deliveredThdse deliveredThOse
Thdse who wish to go today should shouldapply shouldapply shouldapply
apply to Dr Andersons office betweor betweorthe
the hours of 9 a m m and 11 a m rawhere mwhere mwhere
where their temperature re will be taken takenand takonand takenand
and admission cards issued issuedThose issuedThose IssuedThose
Those who are in the Camp are well wellpleased wellpleased wellpleased
pleased with the service with the ex exception expUon exception ¬
ception pUon of f course of a few chronic chronickickers chron1ckickers chronickickers
kickers who In street parlance parlancewould parlanewould parlancewould
would klok if l they were going to te tehung tehung iehung
hung hungTakes hungTa hungTakos
Takes Ta os the burn out heals the wound woundcures woundcures woundcures
cures the pain Dr Thomas Eolectrlc EolectrlcOil Eol olCctrlcoil ctrlc ctrlcl1
Oil < < l1 the household remedy remedyIn remedYIn
In the Time of Erasmus EtaamuaThen ErasmusThen BraarntigThen
Then not only all the learned but all allthe althe a1the
the educated were were familiar with Latin LatinWhoever Latll1Whoever LatinWhoever
Whoever read indeed In eed must read Lat Latin Latin LatIn ¬
in for there was little else to read readTheology rendTheology readTheology
Theology history philosophy all were wereIn wereIn wereIn
In Latin The nationalIiteratures national literatures were wereonly wereonly wereonly
only In their cradles Nearly a cen century century century ¬
tury after the time tlmeof of Erasmus Bacon Bacondeliberately Baconaelibetlt Bacondeliberately
deliberately aelibetlt ly burled his greater works in inLatin InLatin InLatin
Latin in the hope of securing his fame fameand fameand fameanti
and even Milton chose Latin as the thevehicle theehlce thevehicle
vehicle of some of ofllie the best of his early earlypoetry earlypoetry earlypoetry
poetry and did not abandon it without withouthesitation withouthesitation withouthesitation
hesitation hesitationTo
To Erasmus it was everything eerytblngtbc eerytblngtbclanguage everythingthelanguage the thelanguage
language of Qhls t his tongue as well as of ofhis ofhis ofhis
his pen He traveled everywhere in inItaly InItaly InItaly
Italy France England Germany but buthe buthe buthe
he certainly knew ao English or Ger German German German ¬
man and apparently made his Latin Latincarry Latincarry Latincarry
carry him through wherever he went wentAnd wentnd wentAnd
And nd whatever difficulties of language languagehe
he found with innkeepers and servants servantsand servantsand servantsand
and officers of customs he found none noneamong noneamong noneamong
among the clergy or the nobles nobl s at atwhose atwlKse atwhose
whose houses his Introductions made madehim madehIm madehim
him everywhere welcome London LondonTimes LondonTimes LondonTimes
Times TimesVVV
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INCREASE INTHE IN INTHE
THE NEW NE CASES CASESOonUnued
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of the reasons why the people p ople art arturged aNurged areurged
urged to send their th Ir patients to th thhospitalas the t1ehOSpital thehosi7Italu <
hOSpital the doctors can administer administerto
to them more expeditiously than i ithey U Ut flthey
they t ej are scattered in evjry lIY part of ofcltj ofcity o ocity
city This applies especially es Jalll to the tincolored thecolored thecolored
colored patients many of whom 1 m live HTIout Ueout liveout
out in the suberbs suberbsThe suberbsThe suberbsThe
The Hospitals HospitalsA
A number of patients at St An Anthonys AnI Anthonys
I thonys hospital many be dischargeetoday discharged dlecbargcdtoda dischargedtoday
today toda while two of them tb m are report reported
ed seriously ill illThe 111Tbe IllThe
The colored emergency hospital hospitalwhich hospitalwhich hospitalwhich
which Is under the able care of Kate KateDavis KateDevis KateDavis
Davis who is I a trained nurse is ready readjto
to receive a number of patients At A1present AtprQsent Atpresent
present there are no ceses > s there The Tluplace ThepInce Theplace
place hag been put in first olass order orderThere ordErThere orderThere
There are now seven beds all J Jwhich f fwblch fwhich
which are supplied with Clean lin lInn lInnand linenand > n nand
and every convenience has been ard arded a aded d ded
ed so that the colored people who are areafflicted aTeafflioted areafflicted
afflicted with the malady maad will be beJoked beJoked beloked
Joked after a tel in the tbebe best t manner mannerpoe mannerpoesible pos possible pijsible ¬
sible
Among the Greeks GreeksThe GrecksTho GreeksThe
The disease is spreading rapidly rapidlyamong raphUyamong rapidlyamong
among the Greeks as will be seen by byyesterdays tyesterdays byyesterdays
yesterdays report Thuy probably protahlycontracted prabthIycontracted probablycontracted
contracted it from their countryman countrymanwho
who died on Bay Baylen Ion street about a aweek aweek aweek
week ago as 8 many of thorn atendod atendcdhim atendodhim atendodhim
him during his illness illnessThe IUneslilThe illnessThe
The health inspectors are doing doinggood doinggood doinggood
good work in all parts of the city cityThey cft cftThe cityThey
They The are now making a house to tohouse tohouse tohouse
house canvass to locate cases ca es cf cfsickness ctslckne Cfsickness
sickness sicknessCity sicknesscity s sCityPhslcian
City CityPhslcian Physician Piecoont Phn oont reports reportsthat reportsthat reportsthat
that the city is now in excellent sani sanitary sndtary saItary ¬
tary condition and lIe urges urg overyono overyonoto
to make a relentlesswar on the mos mosquitoes mooq mosqultoes ¬
quitoes q
A New Order Issued IssuedA
A new order was issued yesterday yesterdayto
to the effect that all oartles living on onthe onthe onthe
the dummy line would hereafter bo borequired bQrequired berequired
required to return home each night nightAny nirbtAnyone nightAny
Any Anyone one failing in this will not be bepermitted Depermitted bepermitted
permitted to return on the Bayshore Bayshoreor
or anywh anywhere te along the line so long longas
as a the quarantine is in inofIcct effect This is isdone isdone isdone
done for the protection of those lit living UTIng litlug ¬
ing along al ng the line so that traveltrg traveltrgprlvne traveltrgprivileges g gprivileges
privileges prlvne es will not be abused Thus it itbehooves itbohooves itbehooves
behooves everyone to take no chance chanceof
of missing the last car because becauseshould becalilfeshould becaueshould
should any of them ever miss ml it they theyforfeit theyforfeit theyforfeit
forfeit then and there all privileges privilegesof prlynegof
of returning day or night on tha thadummy thadummy th thdummy
dummy line All passes are being beingtaken beingtaken beingtaken
taken up u and this tblsmatter matter will be beclosely beclosely beclosely
closely watched watchedInvestigation watchedInvestigation watchedInvestigation
Investigation at Ferry Pass PassPersuant PassPersuant PassPersuant
Persuant to a request from citizens citizensthere cltlzuntbre citizunthere
there Drs Byrd and Hargis went out outto octto ottto
to Ferry Pass yesterday to examine a asuspicious asuspicious l lsuspicious
suspicious case cal there A careful diag diagnosis dflhnOBl1 dagnOSi ¬
nosis was made and the report was b bthe tithe V Vthe >
the effect that they found the cases to tobe tobe tobe
be malaria and not yellow fever feyerfact a afact afact
fact which was w wa received with a great greatleal grtatdeal greatdeal
deal of sat snqffactlon laction by the citizens of ofthat ofthat ofthat
that place
Many of the people living outside of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the city still imagine tnat the fever fevermay fover1I1ybe fevermay
may 1I1ybe be transmitted by freight In Inmany Inmauy Inmany
many cases freight shipped from Pei Peisacola Pelsacolabas Peisacola
sacola sacolabas has been refused at destlra destlration deSU13Uon de tira tiration
tion This belief is I extremely ex remly foolish foolishin
in the light of scientific c demonstov demonstovlions demon domonstration t1f t1fUODIJ
lions lionsIt tionIt
It Is reported that there are a nun nunbar nUMber nuriber
ber of suspicious cases in Boars M Mley 1 1ley Iby
ley which are believed bellevedto to be yellow yellowfever yelloWfever yellowfever
fever A thorough investigation will willbe wtlbe willbe
be made today todayBritish todayBritIsh todayBritish
British ViceConsul Bonar and Mrs MrsBonar lirBonar MrsBonar
Bonar are both very sick and are now nowin nowIn nowIn
in the suspicious class Those The e cases C4JeswUl caseswill caseswitt
will very probably probn 1 be passed upon t tday N Nday tday > >
day
Praise the Fumigators FumigatorsMr
Mr and Mrs J Simpson Reese Reesewhose ReteI Reesewhose
I whose house on north hill was fumI fumigated fumi fumigated ¬
I gated by one of the city fumigation fumigationgangs fumigationgangs
gangs yesterday were very much muchpleased mnatploosed muchpleased
pleased with the way waythe the work wasdone wasdohe was wasdone
done and to Mr Ir Reese 9 attending attendingphysician attendingphysician attendingphysician
physician both complimented d the thehealth tbehealth thehealth
health authorities on the courteous courteousmanner courteouml1nner courteousmanner
manner in which the mon composing composngth composingthefumlgaftng cumposingthe
th fumigathig the force conducted them themselves themselves themsolVos
selves In the face of the continued continuedknocking continuedknocking continuedknocking
knocking to which the fumigating fumigatingforce f1mlga n nforce
force has been subjected from the thestart thestart thestart
start a little praise ot this kind is ap appreciated appreclated appredated ¬
predated by all of them themTwo themTwo themTwo
Two More Deaths Last Night NightLast NlghtLast NightLast
Last night after the official report reportwas
was made up Toney Corflati a your youngGreek yourGreek yourGreek
Greek wh > was in the employ om ploy of C CApoltle CApostle J JApostle
Apostle died from yellow fever H3 H3hud H3had H3had
had been sick nine days and died at atApofltles atApo atApoetles
Apofltles Apo tles home on Ea East at t Romana Romanastreet Romtlnastreet BomanaStreet
street He came hero direct from fromGreece fromGreece fromGreece
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the plaza He was about 17 7 years cf cfage cfage ofage
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