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ployee while OIl duty is prakibtted prakibttedTke N + oslb1ted oslb1tedThe 1te4 1te4ll
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or off duty is safncieat cave for 4t 4Iadasal ilia ilia1Idasal 4tBeads
1Idasal 1IdasalBeads adasalHeads
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to o employ thoee who whoT mach elhsrstye elhsrstyeT
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tat tateneat ef tea nun why whyrette cIp cIpiette
rette sao j g ahovM be diaeeatnrd
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rive to others 3 It prevents phyel phyelcal pIa1IIIcal phyadcal
cal gorwth S It is I iBjarionc to the titeervoae t theatcrvouao e ellelVou
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to his latatmplofw emptoyef sad oosveoeatly to tohUoeetf tohlJDMit tohirelt
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The afobfle BecMer del deltile prtattag prtattagtbe
tile e N + ier as above bov Ye oosmaats thereaa thereaaas tIIer tIIerfollowa
as follows tolknrsThe followaIbe followsThe
The nin nine reasons Srst jrrea maj be beaid besaid
aid to apply ta the aeraoaal pea + aoual condition conditionof
of the smoker the teatk reason Is Isthe IstM Isthe
the one that eSaoornr eeaeeraa the employer employerCigarette employerCltgarette JaIo
Cigarette CI Ntte emactec ia ameas oeu makes makesthe makNtbe amkeSthe
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ployer p This can be demoastrated demoastratedLat atrate4 atrate41M
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with wI hahttiAl qat maokert ers af fitwed rtBHratM dMreksmist rtBHratMmoat
moat have observed wed what wit a aA80aDt grMtasoaat great greatamount
amount of time is I wasted by them themThey tIaemTIter themThey
They can do MO k steady work with withtheir withtIte1r withtheir
their hands becaeee the cigarettes cigarettesdemand clprettesdeIDud cigarettesdemand
demand almost iaoeeaaat handling handlingand
and it follows that where the heads headsar handsrare ula ulaare
ar are diverted from their proper r work workia WOtken1eJ wortis
ia arder t roll the daareMa tight
It It sal phwe it sad replace It n the
math nth the last 1 operation being re repeated repeated
peated teI a loses tfmee t m the smoking 81DOktnaciaNtta smokingat
at < rf see ew cigarette the mmd1 atteaOoa atteaOoaaaa attesttleacanal U Ube
canal aaa t be oaaceatrated trate4 ayes the work
to be done Qeick work and 14 correct oorrectbrk correctwork 1 1e
work brk are e impossible impossibleTherefore Impssibletheneferr i
Therefore tor economys ecaom YI wake vakeakme wakea1oae wakealone
alone the employer would be betwW jaatK jaatKed
Bede ed m fiiHiiiiHa twW > the tMwork1a nee of e < elgarettee
la workioj home sad to Ie11I k make sore soreef
ef setta gstthag the t be time and the kind of ofeereeee atue oIananrslee
eereeee ue lie a is paying dos he wonld he hewiae lieemploy beare
are Me a employ ell piiaeas only as acclgarettee asan
M oat ae clgarettee at all allTha anTIle allThe
TIle wet poet ef tbs Tampa Trf Trfbane IrI108ft Tzibians
bane talker a large range pop shot at atthe ataloe t taamW1atIa
the Gelal4 n > nald aamW1atIa B a uiue > Wahemh ndlroad isilrotdtaaaasle ndlroadOh
taaaasle lQ sa tJ1ow1 ilrllowso 1
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the Wahaah where the aatlree M ea live lirea liveBWte livetaresa
taresa a the lb a ater v mova baa and theyre ttayYetfightiat theyrechtlac
chtlac + g lime Bam Hill BWte u warn the rail railead railveal
veal MIV e an the hanka ef the Wabash WabathSecretary WabashSecretary j
Secretary Taft It Is nanouaced nreel is isIke islire I 1 1ioOle
lire u ioOle e and absolute a OMaarea of the thePanama UteJlaBama thePanama
Panama Canal Cault t Aoeonlr irirmiuan g ta bast be c ob obtainable ¬
t tainable statistic t itltica his atonarchy agia + rW to rrrr at atpreaant I Ii
s preaant rrr i IT M renreeented rest sated ted by J a alee he JIlt hatt Jataneetioa JIltfIIIMtioa
t aneetioa mark auarRThe
The lbliewhig w tegal 1 cis dedrtea wnfeh wnfehwQl wIkIel1If1Il h hw111
wQl prove ot tfttereet 1II t throngnoat th t the thetawpsattae thetall thetatlesitb
tawpsattae tall ntlae belt was rase vapotted 111 ta a re reCrude reearSt
earSt hssaa std eradatrwts eradatrwtsCtade 4 1 11 11Crude
Crude turpentine t which tY ran from fromtae stn stnthe
tae feed of t tree t late boxes cat hMf intoilree into intotr mtotree
ilree tree tr e to serve as receptacles there theremay th thlI1a theret
t lI1a may be t he subject of larceny ac acI j i it
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cording < to the deeiaiOB of the Snprome SnpromeConn SIIpr SIIprCourt SaproineCourt
I Court of Alabama AJa ia the t ease of ofDickens fitDlckeDl etDickens
Dickens vs The State The courtIbnMer court courttortfcer eourter
tortfcer er held in this case that in InI a aprosecattoa ayresectstfon
prosecattoa I IK larceny of turpentine turpentinewhether turpeat1MWhetbel turpentinewhether
whether tile defendant telll t1It at the tIlDe he hedipped he41pped hedipped
dipped tae turpentine did it under anheaetat an anhonest anMIIIIl
honest bettat that H was within his hisemptaytr JsIaa4 hisoapliVeri
emptaytr land line or whether the thetarpaatlne theAUae thetstpsntlne
tarpaatlne AUae was as taken Moak fekmlonaly utdy T al although alt although ¬
though t openly were questions for the thefarjr theIus theBiother
farjr IusBNtJaer
Brother Reed Smoot of the t e Mormon Mormonchttrob Kennonch Mormonchat
chat ch has evidently eftdtb11 chopped off a ane a1MI1 alns
> lns ne ercleelsatieal l as a well ae politicalIII political politicalnwraei
nwraei III tor himself His eemanoe 41 ofPosses of oftradition 0tnlllltIeR
Posses tradition mar me result la a aaanatorUtl aI aw
w aanatorUtl I T tIorIat oaiapalg in Utah Utahia UtIi UtIie
e ware ia act thai Bead may mayIIODIdaecl be beeoorched becoaadd
coaadd rnhy searched when wIt w > rten tile fig figure ACall fi fiarrs ¬
ure ace all in inPresident baPNiIIII Jslreddent
President BooseveH wouldnt eajoy eajoythat eajoytli enjoythat
that tli Maw w Or4emns toip half so much if ifthere Ifthere ifthere
there wasnt t an element of danger int in inH inft
H t The wfchtr banter Ja > of grizzlies grizzliesdesires grIzzll81dean grizzliesdesires
desires to try conclusions IMIct 1oM with the thefestive thefeItJ thefestive
feItJ festive sttas sfcaaaaiynvia IL is his ewe lair lairMobile J lairMobile Jr JrKGbDe
Mobile was tight Saadey with av a avengeance aACe
v vengeance OSiate ACe The graceful maser au inwhich in inwhich 1nwtaIeIi
which hl Mayor Lyons sat oa the lid ii iiaid I Isaid Issaid
said to be only onbegisied eqweled JecI br the t1Ie01IS ponder ponderon poudorsae
on 01IS edhxt ef the Mhjhfcr v Taft TaftThat TattTbat TaftThat
That Chinese boycott doesnt lookvery look lookvery JookftrJ
very threatening in the face of an order or order 01IIaIf ¬
der Set a halt a mOHoa barrels of ofear otN ofher
her ear recently N hooked hy Minnesota Minnesotafor IaD IaDfOl
for shipment aid to China CIaIaL0000P
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I Mohlo Register RegisterThe 1 1I 1ne If Ifat
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The be li liby most at t determined a vforte vforteby kwts male 8 8bJ
by the physieiaas who are ANtlMt fighUnthe ftghUa ftghUathe
the yellow fever ia Peaaaeola are arelade areiDdecti aremade
made lade ineffective to a large I extent bj bjthose D Dthole bthese
those cttisecB cl s who newest or refuse refuseact r refuset0 CuMto
to act in obedience obedi ace to instructions a trtaetlonqulJlq r rquitiag re requiring ¬
quiring that precautionary measure meesureebe BU BUte
be taken uk I ta all case ol fever Seveal Sere
al instance J have b S beea be 1i robed r of per perms perlo ¬
lo ms s HI of yeHew lever I yet waking wakingthe ldac ldacth
the th streets aapfotected front thetgtg the thebites Uteet
bites of waamttaes a 1R = rph oee arl it 1 thus U helping helptagto
to spread read the infection Other in instances InRaacea Instaaaces ¬
stances are reported of person ill of ofthe oftM ofthe
the fever who have M had M 11ft physician physicianand
and of whose pubes In no report ws wsmade wude wssrode
made de These sick ck persons being fre frelybittea free freeIybiaea r rtJb1U
lybittea toy w mopoaitoes nttoes tGe the infection infectionis
is carried aboard by the tb insects The Theresult Therelult Theresult
result of their alrare to observe the ttesealtary thetaIl thetgettary
sealtary taIl requirement ta e that thefever the thefever tItemer
fever U scattered t all over the cityacid city cityand
and ft Is feared that it has got beyond be beyond be1Oa4 ¬
yond the control of the health author tuthoridea authoritieL Ol1dM
idea ideaIt 1dMIt
It 1 a lamentable that at this time timewhen tmeUae thussrhea
when the medhml iesd I J world bows so sowell 10u sowell
well how t to eradicate fro disease te andIs and andla
la so ready to do 1U lf pan Ii a the rork riorkUte rorkthe rorkthe
the ln people pb IhemeelT 1 through oh ohttnacjr oila4 ohattaet
ttnacjr a4 or Ignorance invite the t e d 4to die dieeae < s sease
ease to stay with them Maalfee aalfwlIt Manifestly ManifestlyIt + ly lyit
it i 18 impassible for the health b author
ities l ee to Mi aa u and know where every everynew eV611aew everynew
new cane appears For he t trst three threedays threedays
days 41 during du which the disease dl mar m i
be carried from the sick by the mos mosoattoe IDOlttoe moeQuttoee
oattoe ttoe these sick people are exposed exposedand eqtOM41ud
and the disease ia spread and d the thetHrtdea au authortties awthoritles
thortties ar a e absolutely helpless h 1pIeI to toprevent titpret top
prevent p it itAnother ItAnother
Another disoourftgtag reatttre > of ofPienaacoles artAtutsaeolaa
Pienaacoles attnaUoa ia towed in thepTUe the theprotection t tpIGteedoa
protection pTUe a afforded laed m hilt d by omo of the hedUnetr theoittsoas t1a t1adUaella
oittsoas to their direst enemies the thtrinfected t tlafected theinfected
infected chow llow fever roAoaHoes roAoaHoesspite r tten r repite l s sspite
spite the avsnrance ee that these mos mosquitoes DIOIauUoea m mqultoes ¬
quitoes are the conveyors of the dis disease cU cUepe dliow ¬
ease epe sad that hat their presence is amenace a amenace ameuaee
menace to aH persons per who hare no
had the fever Ie these e citizens refit retvse to topermit topermit topeialt
permit the th destmetloa U of the Utei sleetsdeeldtng insects insectsdeclining
i declining n to let the health authorities authoritiesenter 1I IorItIMI
I enter eat their hones M and fumigate taa thermas the therooms tlMw
rooms where w tie nMMaattoee 1IitoM arekteoasnt are areknown aNQaowa
known to fee feeIn beIn
I In other cities and towns where wherefever wherefever wherefever
fever has appeared the disease has hasbeen hasbetoa hasbeen
been kepv k do down to a minnmam ai uA uAIn i iIn 1In
In three threelltiea cities where the fever appeered ap appeared l lpoMred ¬
peered the disease has been eradicat eradicated eracJietM1 at atedtia ¬
ed M1 e success which was entirely tIrerto
due do to the 41 mpJorareu 8I t of nx rodent OdeillD4thoda rodentmethods > > dera deram
methods m hoda or o fighting < the fever but butPeasacola butP butPensacola
Peasacola P coa fc = tderf Wlfering i erins frbditfnlly all allbecause al1bt allbecause
because bt use the people 1e there nacreor or a auriher aari aariber srl srlof
her of them theseare are bjaarant neither neitheracquiring 1Mfthpruiriq neitheracquiring
acquiring uiriq k knowledge DO themBlvm ncr ncrtrnstin DC DCtrustlnb ncrtrnstln
trnstin to the kaowielA mow of othersScience others othersScience ot fn fnSciftce
Science is set at fraught bt and both bothPensacola botPensacola bothPensacola
Pensacola and the W w ol coast t ate atemade uetM aremad
made the vtetha ef t iris tJdOf stepiietr
Ol c coarse these bnrJeaa fan uponthe upon uponthe 1fOnthe
the eonuan eema1l tJ tty these people peo who Will winnot Willnot willnot
not become aconaimel E 1 with wr wlnt wlntmost t tmost tmost
most affects their own 0 welfare bre do sotreed sot sotreed BOtteed
reed tb u papers where whe every enr tOrt ofinstructloa of ofinstrnctioa orinStrucUo3
instrnctioa is daily givoi gi to the puo
lic Posstty Poss may y some good result might mightbe
be obtained in Pensacoh by fpllox fplloxtug ft lk UoIDe > K Ktag
tag the New Orleans r ractfcc praetke of offaoldiag ootclia ofholding
holding < public meetings and aadering da ti1T ti1Tertac > Iiv Iivering
ering lecture ia I the several ward r tt to tothe tothe tothe
the end that knowledge JQIow may be liter literally Uterally tttaually ¬
ally forced upon the tJa attention of the theignorant thef theint
ignorant iporutSemethda intSemethnf ignorantSomething
f Something more than two months moDthmat monthsmut
mat elapse etap before bebeakWfbs bel rea ktUfta frost wi1 wi1come 111eome wt wtCome
come to the relief of Pacsacola P3csae la It is ioworth isworth Itworth
worth the th while of the iatelligeat iatelligeatpeople Jatell1lUtpeople iatelligeetpeople
people of that city to mk ke a special specialeffort SfCchIdOlt I
effort In educating ai ct 1ng those wio are ob obstinate otlltlnate orstinate ¬
stinate aaJ an neglectful because ecau e theyare they theyare th = y yare
are ignorant and who mar be persosded per persuaded pereuaded ¬
suaded this self iBtertiftt J as well as aspublic aspabUe aspublic
public duty demmcds tint they gve gveready gveobeaIhmee giveobedlenee
ready obedience to ttn re UaUo teats QtISt teatsthat s siar
that t are made iar r tka at iwrpose of ofprotecting otllDtecUq ofprotecting
protecting their lives as sa iaell > ell 1 as the thelive thelives
live 11 of all other citizens of oft the com community tOOlmODiQr roanmuntty ¬
munity mODiQrN
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At the present time the vessels of cifthe ofthe oftke
the navy of the United States Stat on duty dutyin
in Asiatic waters enjoy the leaderskip leader leadership 19a1etskip
skip ia gunnery which they won In Inprepared Inprepared inprepared
prepared itals The srUots s of the theNorth theNortIl theNoatk
North Atlantic fleet who have begun beguntarget beguntantet beguntarfset
target practice are determined to toshow toabDw tosow
show if they t ey can an even greater grnattr11dU gratarskill greaterkill
kill in n marksmanship mllrlrAtan hlp than their rl rlvals rival rlvale
val on the Asiatic station while hile at atthe atthe atthe
the same same m time each vessel here will willtry willtIT willtry
try to last every other vessel in gun gunaery gunHI7 gunnay
nay ThIS is a healthy rivalry rt sIry and It Iteaanot Jteaaaot Iteaauct
eaanot fail to have dlnttnrtly bene beneficial beneftcla1 boneficlal ¬
ficial results ree lta The gunner of the theAmerican t theAmerican e eAmerfean
American navy today are seooml seoomlto
to none > the world over and andefficient antieftlcle andefficient
efficient t gunnery gunn may be said to tobe tobe tobe
be the firs essential ea of o tarsi super 1111peliOrlt7 superiority < mnerJorky
Jorky The Japanese e themselves th lves h have havetold havetold ve vetold
told ug how heroic and resolute rNOlute1ero rNOlute1eroUte were werethe ere erethe
the sailors ilota of the Russia fleet that thatwent t1iatweat at atwent
went down in the battle cf the Sea Seaof Seaof Seaof
of Japan J but these sailors lacked one onefttsltty ona4I vnequality
quality 4I 11tTf for r which no amount of our ouraDclJ ottrttg ur urje
ttg je andresolution aDclJ and rnolutlGn n could compensate compensatethey mptna e eUte
they were not good marksmen and andgunners AndPADen andgunners
gunners And the Russians Ru s 8ns were wer6not wer6notJJOOd not nobgood notpoood
good marksmen debtbecause because they had hadnot hadlOt hadsot
not Hell practiced sufficiently in tho taorapid thorapid thorapid
rapid skillful UUul use of o the modern modernweapons IDOlernWPOIlS modernweapoaa
weapons on the modern mod rn manof manofwar manofwarSo war warSo
So long as the then8CellBlt necessity for the main maintenance mainteoanoe maintenanoe ¬
tenance of a great nA navy Is held to ex exist exist oxlet ¬
let ist there car be no question about aboutthe nbontthe aboutthe
the necessity of maincacJng malntWl ns the high highest Igheat lgh lghe ¬
est po possible lbto daarae da ree of effi mdencY ienov inmarkamanerip in inmarkstnanftip inmark
markstnanftip mark among those who manthe man manthe mut
the t e guns and the expense of target targetpractice ta1setpraetlce targetpractice
practice uader 1 these conditions is the themost themoflt themost
most profitable of investments
Are you willing to hive h ve a majority majorityof
of the ti people leak upon you ou and nd think thinkof
of your store exactly as it is pictured picturedIII ntetured nteturedin IcturedIn
in your advertising ade iqu as holm uolng a al big bigcomparatively bigeOmparalhpl7 bigcomparatively
comparatively as the sp pass < C4 used by byyour byyour
your competitors as being as eaterprldng eater eaterprirtng 8BtltrtrImng
prirtng ae your advertising advltrUsI c is enter enterprising eftterprialag enterprisingly ¬
prising prisingly a being as dull 11 on the day daythat dtlythat daythat
that your advertising adYe nc Us dnll dnlu as not notcaring notcarine notcaring
caring for busiaeae bula anal afc SM on the t e flays flaysthat da dathat S Sthat
that your advertising does not ap appear appear appeer ¬
pear Thats Mow the matter will im impress 1mthew Impress ¬
press them themA thewHAman
HAman A man should I keep Ms friendships friendshipsin
in constant repair repairt repairAnd And a store storeshould storeSIt storeshopld
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should SIt d keep kee Hs ttafrlen frtendahwig free s tinder conUsual con continual eonUnul ¬
Usual renewal re ewl thro through rolaf X IS advertisingUghtetbag advertising advertisingdghteaing advertisingttcktelttac
dghteaing its itslJl8 grasp P nn Ii old patrons patronswhile paholUw1d1e pattvnewhile
while seekms mg wt t new roes roesIf MesIt teesIf
If a merchant mer hant saoeld DowdadVtrUM advertise how however howor however
ever or modestly some article which hewould he hewould bewould
would prefer not nott to Bel at the t h price pricehe price pricehe pricehe
he would never again woddeawkethcr woddeawkethcrafter wonder wOlll whether whetherafter wkethcrafter
after all his advertisements ai cu ae read readWhat readWkat readWhat
What wtvnd 1Hl did d1deV6r ever fees 11 but butb butbdreear by bydepreesr bydegrees
degrees If lbtIr your bar business busbt bets beon beancrippled beoncrlpplecl beoncrippled
crippled by byp poor adverfctetag adntf adve tieing or byDOBe bynone by bynone
none at all do net expect toifcttver toifcttverit to rI r rIt
it In a day dayThat daYTbat dayThat
That There never Ram a good goodsmallspaced iooaamall goo3smallpaced
smallspaced amall paced ad of a bIg lg store nor a abad abad abad
bad big ad of a T bIg > lg store i il net netquite JlGtQuite netquite
quite true but butis is as n8lr1J aeatz near the truth as asFranklins asFranklins ii iiFru
Franklins Fru UII claim that There never neverwen BMora nevernee
wen a good war nor a bed MetIf pence penceIf
If If la storeadvertising store adrertiriug Ole with Isthe is isthe IFt
the t 8 father 10 the t thought 6ou of effective effectivepublicity eir8CUvptib1tclty effectivepublicity
publicity and graatlfather graadfa + ber to the act actthe acttbe actthe
the trio should form a hippy p y family familyThe familyTile faintlyThe
The Journal Printed Bur Buring During ur urincg
ing September 1905
a Total of ofCOPiES ofI
136450 136450COPIES I
or an average of ofDAILY ofEMILY
6 948 948DAILY
The Th following 1 figures ghqw hctw The Theaeola Pen PenStaaola
aeola Journal s circajatkm for each eachday oaellI oathday
day I during iDl the month of ol11tei September
1965 with the Average nnmbar ofcopies of ofcopies ofeopIe
copies oaily drily9apt Iy IySept
Sept 1 5000 Sept SeptSapt 16 5300 5300Sept 5300Sept
Sept 2 5000 Sept SaptSept 17 5550 5550sipt 5550Sipt
sipt 3 5200 apt t 18 18Sept 18Sept
Sept 4 Sept 19 19io 5300 5300S 5300Sopt
S Sopt pt 5 5000 5 O s At io 5300 5300Sept 5300Sept
Sept I 5006 5re Sept t 21 5250 5250Sept 5250Sept
Sept 7 5200 Sept 22 22 5225 5225Sept 5225Sept
Sept I 6 5900 58005KJB Sept SeptSept 23 5225 5225Sopt 5225Sept
Sept 9 5KJB Sept SeptMOO S pt 24 5550 5550Sft 5550Sept
Sept 10 5900 5 Sept 25 25Sept 25 25Sept
Sept 11 11 Sept SeptSept 28 5250 5250Sept 5250Sept
Sept 12 MOO Sept SeptSept s 27 5260 5260Sept 5260Sept
Sept 13 5399 Sept SeptSept 28 5250 5250tpt 5250gapt
tpt 14 5 53w Sept t 29 5250 5250Sept 5250Sept
Sept 15 5300 Sept SeptTotal 30 5250 5250Tott 5250Total
Total for the e month 136450Average 136J450 136J450Average 136450 136450Average
Average per day 5248 5248I
1 hereby 1 e certify that the t above above statesent state statement statemaRt ¬
maRt H eorredt eorret t > 2 sooordtag CC ascot to the rae racerds recOIl raeors
ors oa tie ia this t ia office officeRBR oIIcaASW1 ohcaIli
Ili RBR Acrcttltion A ASW1 SWBBT lTSworn
Cfrcttlation Mgr MgrSworn lfgrSworn
Sworn to and subscribed ubs rftled before me methis methis methis
this 30th day of Septenber IMS IMSJ 1 1J
J P STOKBS STOKBSNotary STO1 5 5Notary
Notary 1 Public Publica
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A General Closing of Stores andOhservance and andObservance afldObservance
Observance of Yom Kipper KipperBy
By Jewish People PeopleYWterday Peopleay PeopleYh6terday
YWterday ay was the Day of Atone Atonement Atottem8flt Atonemeet ¬
meet wi with the Jews throughout the theWorld tb tborld theWorld
World andit and It t w was c observed > y the Jew Jewish J Jewfelt w wIIh ¬
felt citizens o ql PeaeaeeU ii in a m mOlt mOltfitting mostfitting ° 1 1fitting
fitting manner Very y store and pln plnof phce phceof
of business conducted by a jew was wasclosed wascloted wasclosed
closed during the day as is i alw alwryi alwryithe 1 1tba 7i 7iho
the custodi cu tol in this city cityThe cityThe cityThe
The Jewish League of New Orleans Orleansgives OrJeansgive Orleansgives
gives the following interesting htere tiag 4e description 4esonption 4escription ¬
scription of the significance of Yom YonKipper YomKipper YomKipper
Kipper and the Sabbath Teshubtthwhich Teshubtih Teshubtihwhich Teshubthwhich
which wa w observed Sunday SundayIsraelite SundayllraeUtecr SundayIsraelite
Israelite representing various variousnationalities fanoqenationalities rarlouenatlonalitics
nationalities residents of different di1Cereittcountries differentcountries dUlereJtcountries
countries Israelites whose loyalty to totheir totheir totheir
their homes either by brtn rtn or adop adoption adoption adoption ¬
tion will 111 be assembled in their theirhouses thdrbouses theirhouses
houses of o wo worship hll on Si S 1da7 t day night nightthe nigJat11e nightthe
the eve and Monday the th day of atonemeat atone atonement atonement
ment in compliance with the scriptural scrip scriptural scriptural ¬
tural injunction injunctionAnd Inj n uon uonAnd
And on the tenth day ftJ of this thteseventh tbllseyenth thisseventh
seventh month shall ye hare a holy hoyconvocation bo boconvocation holyconvocation
convocation and ye sbaa afflict your youraelf yoarIf yourself
self If no mariner ma ner of work shall ye do doRegradless daRegradleiS doRegradlesa
Regradless of their nationality or orresidence 01residence orresidence
residence the profossos e of o Judaism Judaismlay Judaismlah
lay la aside de worldly cares ar and in ac accordance socordance o ocordftllceth ¬
cordance cordftllceth pith the th earl tex from even e n TO TOeven fOeven toeven
even solemnly sol mnly reflect upon the muta mutability mutabiUt mittsbility ¬
bility biUt of life lit and the certainty of ofdeath atdeatht ofdeath
death and with contrite hearts rep repent repentof nt ntof
of their sins of omission and commUh commUhsion camm cammsion commission
sion sionWhile
While Yom Kipper Is one of the cy cycle cycle eydlo ¬
cle of holidays instituted in Utnted by Moses Mosesand M Mosesand ft ftand
and Its obfc q oAcgrvance ftrvance rvance in ancient times timesincluded timesIncluded timesincluded
included c besides lE ldes afflicting afftJc g ones onessoul onssoul onessoul
soul tho thrrltunUstic ritualistic sacrifices and andceremonial aadceremonioo andoeremonioc
ceremonial according to the laws of ofMoses oflo8e8 ofMoses
Moses and the Mishnah the uudefy uudefying ubdt1principe undelyIng ¬
ing principe has been throughout ts itshistory tshistory tshistory
history to mote 1ote Sifra Braor Though Thoughno
no sacrifices 88crifi es be offered he day in initself illitslf lititself
itself effectr atonement atonementAtoneme atonementAtonement atonementAtonement
Atonement among iroiessor0 olessore ot otJudaism otJudaism ofJudalam
Judaism is s no mystery Or Yom Kip ¬
per each individual Indl idual assumes that ae aehas A9has aehas
has been puilty l1llt of sins nnl he atones atonesfor Mmelfor atocesfor
for himself in contriteness of sp1tand sp1tand sp1t spiritand
and repent of his evil doingRepentazceTeshubais doing doingRepentance doingRepenta3eTeshubahls
Repentance Repenta3eTeshubahls Teshubah is tro ti n Inafspeasablo in inOispeneablc inUllipeueablt
Oispeneablc prerequisite to all the va varloijg vsrious I IrIoul
rloijg mea meaty v of r atonement t Tefilaf Tefilafprayer Tefllabprayer 1 1prayer
prayer Is i by b no mea s unimportant unimportantfor
for thereby tli tIll soul of man la ialifted l lUfted r rlifted
lifted and lfJuht bWj ij ht in toiKh to > u h with the thestiblime thesublime I IMime
Mime ifltfrivo that controls the fcheheartj t theheart e ehe
heart he rt whl whllfa7oko while K4oko U over grateful gratefuli gra eul euli
i i the eyes of vfthe the LordTile Lord LordTlie LordThe
Tile centrtf tf Uea Yom Kipper Kipperthat Is Isthat S Sthat
that we ar arhtn to return to Ood Ooderated rerln rerlnorated rettrnorated
orated boaaanyw bo a tHfjW unto a higher life lifeIt metIt fieIt
It is a day for spiritual purification purificationand
and an ji it is wet W4ti w 3ktat at we lw3 h + r such a aMan AY AYtan
Man is i peon to forget bAt he is istal ICr ICrtill rc r rtal
tal aijf Hij fe 3 ep2 tfp p to overk overoSc > c that thatof gone goneof I e eof
of his time should be devoted tc t a aconsideration aoonBidcrati aoonsideratlo
consideration of tko frun futnenor < re enof no toe themorrowbut toemorrow t tmorrOvbut
morrow morrOvbut but the eternal eternalIndividual eternalIndivIdual eternalIndividual
Individual wealth personal achieve achievement achieYement achievement ¬
ment or n disposition d Mu osItion to do donone god lOOldnone godnone
none have the sh prerogative to exen exerrpt exerrptany exe ptany pt ptI
I any human being from he duties dutieswhich du duwhich dutieswhich
which the Kii KfIlmr pur day imposes e NofU NofUof N Nth Nthof i iof
of us are free t from fie In tart can airy airymediator asS ajymediator asSmediator
mediator rp rte pei en for paJan for us usYet tisYet usYet
Yet tho n Tt rNSsuage uRge of Kippur is a am amsage mes message message ¬
sage of hope and none who earnest earnestand earnS earnSand earnostand I
and sincere in their o ohitvance > stvance of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the day nuel nu l fear for the future f ture for forWhat f forbat r rwhitt
What bat soer God decreeth Is for the thebest tbeb thebest
best bestHIGH b bestHIGH L LHIGH
The easterly winds which prevailed prevailedall l lall
all during yesterday caused the tide tideto tideto tideto
to rise to an exceptionally high point pointand pointand pointand
and in many instances it caused cau d water waterto
to flood certain o sections of the citftr citftr1Uio
1Uio tracks of the dummy line Ita IB IBcertain iucertain fncertain
certain places were covered with withwater withWlLter withwater
water and it even reached the top of olthe ofthe ofthe
the bridge across Big Bi Bayou BayouSome BayouSome BayouSome
Some say it was the hl highest heet tide tideknown tidekaown tideknown
known in many years
Brent Oct I tOctober October has opened openedwith openedJUt openedwith
with JUt a seasonable > 1e week tor the drown drowned drowne ¬
ed out farmers fannersThe tanit farmersThe rs rsThe
The excessive rains and high b gales galesof
of September hare eompletely demor demoralized demoraltz4 demorallzed ¬
alized our crowing crops W We MOW MOWanticipate BOWanticipate nowanticipate
anticipate the near approach of an anAutumnal anAuuunual anAutumnal
Autumnal drowth dreowthThe drowthThe drowthTb
The Tb waather o after records though tho for the thepast thepast thepast
past years afford a rational Jati nal fQrecaof forecast forecastof
of what may be e expected to come at atthe atthe atthe
the same future period periodThe periodTbe periodThe
The average av < rage conditions of the tIi month xnomhof
of October < r during the past quarter of ofa ota ofa
a century are the most probable con conditions condI conditlons ¬
ditions dI on to occur again 841awbile while any Of Ofthe dtthe t tthe
the abnormal freaks are liable to re recur reocur recur ¬
cur at any time Outside ofwhat of what has haspreviously haipreviously haspreviously
previously occurred there is only onJ a aremote aremote aremote
remote possibility of anything coming comingto comingto
to pass passFrom pasat passFrom
From t rom this reliable standpoint the thodawn thidawn thedawn
dawn of hope for a feverkilling frost frostbegins frostbegins frostbegins
begins about th the middle of Novem November November November ¬
ber at Peasacola with but little dan danger danIeI danger ¬
ger of the date running beyond rond the themiddle th thmiddle themiddle
middle of December DecemberDoes DttCecberDoes DecemberDoes
Does the frost close down the mos mosquito moHoqultoindustry mosquito ¬
quito qultoindustry Industry or in what way does doesit
it throw Yellow Jack out of commis commission commis810ft commission ¬
sion sionMis
Mis KI Willie Glass was 81 last heard heardfrom heardfrom heardfrom
from at Nashville where she is busy busytaking buytakln busytaken
taking taken a layover to shake a ake off some of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Florida tda sand She may have havetaken ha havetaken VI VItaken
taken a few specimen of our attractive attrac attractive attracve ¬
tive ve sandspurs with her helbut tout we have havenot haTenot havenot
not missed any a y at Ctoptoaial CtoptoaialThe CloptowtI CloptonlalThe I
The Stewart party of California Californiahomeseekers Californiahomeseekers i
homeseekers reported at St Louis Louiswhere Loutwhere Loafswhere
I Iten
where they were rested about abouttea aboutten
ten hours before making the leap leapfrom leapfrom I Ifrom
from the Mississippi X1sat eppl valley over the theRocky theRocky theRocky
Rocky Mountain peaks s to the uold uoldcrowned liOIcIcroJl uxoldcrowned
crowned croJl d state on the Pacific ocoan ocoanMar ocoanMq oceanMay
Mar they escape from all altr1lroad altr1lroadaecldeJItl railroad railroadaccidents railroadaccidents
accidents as well as from trom411 All kind kindof klndaof
of mosquitoes mosquitoesIf quitoe quitoeIt
If President Roosevelt vJffc y the theSouthland theSouthland theSouthland
Southland before the frost Alls I1S on onour oaour onour
our pumpkins it would be well weIr for his hisfoodyguard hi hibodypard hisbodyguard
bodyguard to be dead deadsbotf shot on at attacking attaekiDI attacking ¬
tacking mosquitoes and to be well wallacquainted wellaccruabated wellaoqualnted
acquainted with Miss Stegomyia Ste QmYla to toparticular < n nparticular nparticular
particular Teddy is raputgfl to be bethe bethe bethe
the man man without mistakes mistakeswso who cannot can cannot cannot ¬
not be bribed or forced forcedhis his fatal fatalmistake fatalmistakem15ht fatalmistake
mistake mistakem15ht might be made in heading he dlng off oftCol offCol offCol
Col Jack Frost roet at New Orleans OrleansTHOS OrleansTHOS OrleansTHOS
McKinnonvllle Oct 9 tMr Mr Ernest Ernestthe Ernesttbe Truestthe
the new turpentine man moved his hisfamily hisfamily is isfamily
family to the still a few days ago We Wewelcome Weweloome Wewelcome
welcome them to our Ti11IIMrs village villageMrs
Mrs D C Henderson Hender on has returned returnedfrom returnedfrom returnedfrom
from a few days visit to her father fatherinlaw fathorInlaw fatherinlaw
inlaw Mr Henderson n of Walnut Hill HillMr HUtMr HillMr
Mr A D McKinnoa and Ion Master MasterOHtford MuterrOtIUbrd Mastertcllftlrcrd
OHtford visited Cottage Hill Wednes Wednesday Wedneeday Wednesday ¬
day dayMr
Mr JL A Rathwell spent Thursday Thursdaywith
with his hi familjMn tamtly in Bluff SpringsMiss Springs SpringsMiss SprIngsKi
Miss Mamye Freeman has ha returnedfrom returned returnedfrom turnedfrom
from a pleasant visit to Museogee MuscogeeMessrs MuseogeeMessrs 1Iu8001eeearsJ
Messrs earsJ Alex lex McKinnon and Cleve Cleveland CleTeland Cleveland ¬
land Maids were visitors tq to our vil village vUlqe village ¬
lage Wednesday WednesdayMr Vedn ay ayMr
Mr Kobt MoKinnon mad mielea a visit visitto vl villato lt ltto
to MbHno today todayA
A difficulty aro arose among the negroes negroesat negroat
at the still Tuesday Tue night in which a anegro anel1O anegro
negro man stabbed his wife several severaltimesfa severalU severaltip
timesfa U tip In the th side The wounds were werethought wtrethought werethought
thought to be serious at first but up upon upon upon ¬
on investigation inve were found to be besiigift besligift beslight
slight The guilty guUtypary pary made his es esctfpe emq esearpe
ctfpe but Messrs rs Long and Ernest Ernestwent ErnelWent > rrnestwent
went in search of him himWe himWe himWe
> We watch for The Journal for news newsof newaof newsof
of the few fev We hope for an early
frost tand and a decided change forthe forthebetter for the thobetter thebetter
better very soon
By Associated AHoolatedPress AHoolatedPressWashington Press PressWashington PressWashington
Washington Oct S 9The Tha CensusBureau Census CensusBureau CensusBureau
Bureau report today shows the produc production producLion ¬ I Ilion
lion and distribution of cotton in the theUntted theUnlte i iuaJte
Untted States statesbetween between September first firstlast firstlast firstlast
last year ana1 an same date this year r to be
14 14466994 466994 bales Of this 81 per cent centwas ce catwas t twu
was exported and thirty per cent used usedin
in domestic consumption leaving 1eTt sur surplus SU1plus aurplus ¬
plus of nine per cent
At a meeting m etlng of tho Orleans Pariah Medical dlealSociety Society held August 12 1 llOi llOiDr 15ODr 05 05Dr
Dr Rudolph Matas addressed the Society on the New duties and respoaslbili respoaslbilitles I It
ties t Imposed upon trained nurses and ether persons entrusted with Ita the h care eareof Mreof careof
of yellow fever patients in consequence of the t e newly acquired knowledge kDOWled of ofthe ofUle ofthe
the mode of o transmission of this disease e by the mosquito mosquitoA
A brief synopsis of the elementary facts connected with yellow fever feverprophylaxis feverprophJrlms feverprephylaxls
prophylaxis and a statement of the nurses n snattary duties dutl in Indloease Ikte disease diseasewhich dlHaHw dloeasewhich
which w ich he had utilised in his teaching aad submitted to the Society are pubfished pub published pubsked ¬
fished for the benefit of The Journals readers as followsELEMENTARY follows followsELEMENTARY followsElEMENTARY
1 Yellow fever may be defined as aa acute infection febrile disease diseasewhich dlseuewklch diseasewhich
which te transmitted from the sick to susceptible individuals through t the theagency thency theagency
agency ncy of mosquitoes and as far as known by the single species the Stegomyla Steg Stegomyia StegolD1a ¬
omyia Fasciata which is the common domestic or cistern cl teIB mosquito ulto of New NewOrleans NewOrleans NewOrleans
Orleans and in fact of all the localities In which yellow fever prevails
2 The germ or transmissible poison of yellow fever exists in the blood bloodof
of yellow fever patients only during the first ftrsttltr three days ot f the disease dt eue after afterwards arterwards afterwards ¬
wards the patient ceases to be a menace to the health of others oth Heaoe the theimportance teimpoctaD theimportance
importance of recording the very hour when the attack atta k first began bcgaaS
S The mosquito Stegorayia Fasciata 1ata i Ja powerless g to convey eoay the dJs disease dJseue dl dlease ¬
ease to a susceptible person by it its bite until at least Jea twelve days have elapsed elapsedafter elapsedafter lapsedafter
after biting the yellow ellow fever patient Thli Thl period of incubation in the mos mosquito mosquito mosquito ¬
quito is the time that is required for the germ of the disease to breed in the thebody theof thebody
body of the tJt mosquito and to migrate m te from the insects stomach to its salivary salivaryglands saJinryglaBdL salivaryglands
glands The United States Army Yellow Fever Commission found in 1900 1900that 1900that 1900that
that i h is Cuba this period varies from twelve days in the hot summer months monthsto montlto
to eighteen days and over in the cooler eooI t winter season
4 After incubating the yellow fever gernt hi Its body daring < the tb period periodabove peroaboe periodabove
above specified the Stegomyia is ready to transmit the disease during the theentire theentire theentire
entire period of its natural life which may extend over 154 days provided the theinsect theinHet theInsect
insect has access to water Gulteras Waiter Reed was able to lanoculate ianoeulatayellow lanoculateyellow ianoculateeU
yellow eU w fever with a StegomyfiL flysevea ft I1ty seeB days oW GuIteras with another
101 days old Note NoteAccord1n According to Agramonte Steapmyia osyia Fascists Fa a ia Havana Havanacan
can only be coaxed to bite bit until ft ibur i iur r days old W WIth th as In Louisiana say saysDupree sayDwpree y yDipree
Dwpree it bites without out coaxing coaxlnJwJthin within twentyfour hours rs after af r e em eaaerging erg ghtg g from fromthe ffOIJIUte frostthe
the papa case It was waSBelJe bettered at one time that 1 the females of Steg Scsqom Stegoatyia SteaOIIQ
oatyia om 1a must be b impregnated before they will bite 2 2 that the tJt female after afterbiting trieri afterbiting
i biting once oneea does not appear P to bitea second time or at least until fire ori or orft
I r Dor Dayou you like H 1 Then why be contented contentedvrith cnteDtedI
I I M R e s with yr ith it Have to be Oh no a I Just Justput
Y air IS put putonAyers on Averts Hair HaltVlpaael Vigor and have aYe long longthick JonlI i
I thick hair hairj soft even hair beautiful beautifulhair beautifulhair beautifulhair
S I hair without a single gray fine In it itHave itHave
era g g Y Have a little pride Keep young lust as aslong aslone
0 II as lJuC lJuCto
long to you can cmseven canseven 1 x xseen
seven days have elapsed but Dupree says that the Stegomyias in 1 Lomvani Lomvanithat 1 1that
that have beenIsolated and reared apart from the males will one oit prom promrvand prom promand r rand
and frequently Probably after they have digested their blood meal and Iv IvAnopheles lJoAnopheles L Lanopheles
Anopheles within three to five days after
6 A period varying from rom two to five ft days usually elapses after the b ht htof v vof e eof
of aa Infected mosquito before the symptoms of yellow fever > r will develop developthe i 1the ithe
the h hV m subject This is the Incubation period of yellow fever and andUnited rh rhUnited r rUnltecl
United Skate Army Yellow > w Fever Commission found that in thirteen tltir ten caof ca caof 3 of
I of exytTtoental eX1 a liii l li yellow fever eer obtained by the bite > of mosquitoes It var varfrom ar arfrom r < > i
i from fortyone hours to five days and seventeen hour after mnorjlation inno IItlon I
6 Prom the above we gather that if an adult egomyla S Pas Faxnata aata ba ba b
1 a yellow fever patient within the first three da days > s of the disease it will ht htto h hoJ hoJI i ito >
I to incubate the poison in its body from twelve to el ekhtePn < hte n la dart < > 3 ducuba ducubaperiod t incubaperiod iacubaperiod +
period in the mosquito then If it bites a su8coptili > p rsoi r l at the expi rt rttion i 1I
1 tion of this time t tii ie two to five days must elapse c1ap e for th tho dix diseas > as > r0 To manifest manifestself manifestself
I self in the tit bitten person Therefore ines inEslmatn < imatnp t the he > ie provable > le spread spreadyellow sprp81yellow spreadyellow
yellow fever from t a single individual to the susteptib su eptibo persons par ons ns in n his envirui enviruiment eoyirulmeat envtruimeat
meat a period of at least twentysix da days > s must be allowed to elapse befor beforthe beforthe beforthe =
the success SUCCftl8 or failure of any preventive measure directed towards the de detraction detruotlon >
I traction of the mosquito can be determined In view of the fa fart t t tat at several severaldays severaldays 1
days may elapse before a mosquito infected it fom the first ms case I m1Y rr ty bite a asusceptible asUlceUble asusceptible
I susceptible person 101I this period of o observation should 5bf > uld be b lengthened lenstht > nt to thirtydays thirty thirtydays thIrtyda7l
days which wlteAts Is the time given by the health authorities of New Origin trl + ana ia tha thapresent t + t upresent tpreseat
present epidemic to determine if a focus will develop from an infected casa casaafter rasaafter ag agafter
after its It drat appearance In a given locality
7 rite Stecomyla Fascists cannot convey yellow fever during dnriD the tuna tlmathat tlmltbat tunathat
that thepoison th poieou is incubating in its body twelve to eighteen t day it ma nlabite msi msibite mabite
bite freely and repeatedly during this period but its bit bite Is s Innocuous neither neitherdoes nell neitherdoes h lr lrdoes
does its bite within this period confer any immunity to the tb bitten person personS
S Tallow fever is not transmitted or conveyed by fomites O i e artrir artriror arklNor
or inanimate inaJt objects ob s that hare come In contact with yellow fever patient patienttheir r rtheir rtheir
their inuned immediate ate surroundings Hence the disinfection of clothing bedn bednor beJ beJor n nor
or merchandise supposedly nppo edly soiled or contaminated by contact or proximity proximitywith
with the stick Is unnecessary unJtce8saryt
9 Thebodies T 7he b041 8 or cadavers of the dud from yellow fever are Incapable f o otransmitting 0transmitting j jtranseittdng
transmitting the disease unless death occur occurs within the first throe days ofthe of ofthe nrtbe
the disease a rare occurrence and then t en only if mosquitoes moaqult i are allowed t tbite ta tabUe tabite >
bite the body before decomposition has set in
10 There is no possibility of contracting yellow lever from the U blacic blacicvomit blA blaaclcvomit 1C 1CvOlllIt
vomit evacuations or other excretions of yellow fever patient
11 An attack of yellow fever eer caused as it always Is I by b the Mt of the theStegomyia theStepmyla theStegomyla
Stegomyia oonfera immunity against subsequent attacks of the tINtDut1es disease dmeaseDuties diseaseDufe5
Duties of the Trained Nurse NurseNEW
1 No nar nuns can be considered as trained in the management m of yellow yellowfever yellowfev t
fever fev in the t e light of present accepted knowledge 1oICJw unless she realise Jt fully fullyearnestly fullyMnie fullyearnestly
earnestly Mnie tly and nd conscientiously that the disease is transmitted solely 1y by mos mo3qultoes mosquitoes mol + ¬
l Qultoes and that it is her duty to prevent the admission eI of them Insects to tothe tftbe t tthe
the sick room and to destroy them promptly if they should lad their way waytherein waytherein waytherein
2 That as the inseparable attendant at the bedside of the patient sae saemust a amust tlmut <
must oooparate oo with the t e physician in the discharge of Ills functions fa as guar guardian IfuarHan guarthan ¬
Han of the public health The trained nurse IlKr in this capacity becoming direst direstly dire direly t tly
ly tho most efficient and important sanitary agent m preventing tevating ttlnl the spree preal prealnf I Iof tof
of yellow fever in infected localities Upon her intelligent late appreciation of ofthe Ilrthe ntthe
the mode of transmission tran m11on of this thi disease her personal safety if she la 1t1 asnonimmune a 1t1nonimmune a anonimmune
nonimmune and the protection of the family tamU and the entire household of ofthe orthe ofthe
the patient especially eapool lly if these are not immunes largely if not entirely entirelydepends entirelydepends UniT UniTdepends
3 Every very nurse mutt bear in mind that the moat t malignant DUl pant yellow fever feverpatient ffTerpatleDt feverpatient
patient ia innocuous ABel absolutely harmless 113011I11 to eyed the most susceptible susceptiblenonimmune susceptiblenonimmune uaeptibhlBOBimmUDe
nonimmune if the proper precautions s are taken tak to prevent the t access ol olmosquitoes 01mo ofmosquitoes
mosquitoes mo to the patients person
4 The greatest freedom of personal contact and Intercourse may tb tharo tharofore ro rofore r rfora
fore be permitted between 1HI twHn the yellow eilow fever sick and the well in the sled sledroom sir sleSroom Ie Ieroom
room and provided the innoculation of mosquitoes by biting blUn the patleet patleetduring paUlctduring patlectduring
during the first three ee days of the disease 4U is absolutely ab prevented
5 The mission ml sion of a trained nurse nur is not satisfactorily accomplished if a apatient apatient apatient
patient suffering from fromIIIY ary kind of fever In localities infected with yellow yeltovrfever yellowfever y lIo lIofever
fever who is confided to her care is I allowed to be bitten by a mosquUo mosquUoeven
even if the fever feverJ is J proven not to be yellow fever Mosquito o bites are annoying annoyingand uJloylnand anaoytnand
and harmful even if not infective Inf etlve to 1he he e patient and It must b be looked upon uponas
as an evidence of neglect n Jeet if he shows evidences 8rt llca of mosquito Btings UnpG
6 No nurse can consider herself a trained train yellow fever nurse nu unless sea snohac So Soba seahas
has ba made m madeberself ade herself 8J 1 the thoroughly rough1 rQUC famUlfj 111r wit With 1tJa the uwpoq weapons whlcjrscleace wit sctence an aol aolJa antia > l le
a e jajrtea cf JuETO Ja gwen J her eFt tc o WectivJy e fectt ecti protect her noatnfecte fectef < i patients an ant antt1 andthose i ithose
those persons b8 who are dependent d upon her knowledge kJIowJ a and ad d exertion for safety safetyfrom Ialet Ialetfrom aatetyfrom
from the infected
7 The weapons of offense and defen defeaee e e that the nurse must learn to tohandle tohandle tohandle
handle In protecting her patients are areA aMA areA
A The Mosquito Bar Bobblnct Preferred to Isolate the Patient in His Bed
1 The netting of bars must have meshes Is e enough to prevent the thopassage thl3paMa thepassage
passage of mogqultoas mOl4uitoMI
3 Mosquitoes c con n bite through mosquito Bets when any part of the thepatients t thepatients a apatlenlSbodY
patlenlSbodY patients body is f in contract Q with the netting
3 Frequent examinations should be made to see that there are no torn tornplaces tornplaces tornplaces
places In the netting neLttnaud and that no mosquitoes have u found a lodging lod Inside InsideThe JoaldeThe InzUeThe
The netting nttl should be well e11 tucked In to keep p the mo m mosquitoes qoltoec frou fromentering frouantariiuc frouenter1aC
6 L If mosqtiUoee are u found within n the nettteg MWa they should be killed In 1nside Inside Inside ¬
side not merely driven or shaken o out t
6 All cases cafies of fever should be promptly reported to the physician physicianawaking pnytelanawaking physicianawaiting
awaking his arrival they should be covered with a aMeqmte e bar This is par particularly particularly partieuharlr
ticularly Important In dealing with mild fevers especially in infants Inra and anlchildren anrlcJ andchildren
children cJ la I localities liable to infection with yellow fever The dis disease > > a 8 e man manifests manIfeaLl manheals ¬
heals itself in such a mild form in Infantile and early childhood that It I Ilikely It ItUkel Irlikely
likely Ukel to escape recognition On account of the very mttdneee um of the th svm vra vratoas m mtoma > r rtoms
toms the tb uSUal al precautions are not taken and the mosquitoes are able to tospread trJpred tospread
spread the disease d1 without molestation The mild or unrecognized cases arefor are arefor 1r 1rfor
for this reason the most dangerous danK rollS from a sanitary 11817 point of view viewB
B Screens ScreensAU
AU openings o leading to the sick chamber should be screened aeree et1 Outsido Outsidoof
of hospitals wire screens are not usually u available and provisional screen acreenJcan 3 3can
can be made of bobblnet or cheese caee cloth which can be tacked or otherwisesecured otherwise otherwisesecured otbenrtlfrecured
secured to o tie opening of the sick room roomC
C Sulphur and Pyrethrum for Fumigation FumfgatronFumJga FumigationFumiga TWI TWIFuraigate +
Furaigate e the tl room with sulphur or pyrethrum is tesect ect powder to dXroy dXroypossibly drrtroypo deetrovpossibly
possibly po stb Infected in cted mosquitoes mo as early as possible bJe after the fourth day of fever feverSulphur tvelSulphur feverSulphur
Sulphur burned in an iron pot is 1 the surest re way wa and If used la proper qoanMt qoanMtwill quaU1t1wltl quaattywill
will net injure fabrics or colors Tkree pmtadfc perm m an average ara e room is i mum mumdent uffldent 11mdent
dent if the room be closed more accurately a two pound of sulphur to 1IlfJ 7000cubic 1 1IlfJeublc ooo ooocubic
cubic feet f et of space space is estimated by sanitary authorities aad aMOfte one pound of ofinsect ofInIeCt ofInsect
insect powder to 1000 1 cable feet will suffice to stupify the mosenteoee n The Themosquitoes 11Iemo8ClUtoes ruemosquitoes
mosquitoes will fall to the floor and should be collected and burnt Two Twohours Twohours Twohours
fumigation with sulphur is i quite sufficient hi
hours ordinary cases vn vnfumes fhJ fhJfumes r rfumes
fumes of sulphur will not remain long Ion < and household Ammonia sprinkle IprlnkJttabout 1 1about Iabout
about the room will diminish their unpleasantness unpleasantnessThe
The fumigation Should be done la I the Morning so o that the r room will be befree b bfree befree
free of odor by It l nhjht lit aDd it should be done preferably in dry weather r When Whenever ¬
I ever the condition of the patient will permit a room adjoining the on one a aoccupied
f occupied by the patient should auld be first purified of mosquitoes 1IItoes and prepared frr frrthe ferI fcrthe
I the reeepdOB of the patient who is I to be carefully transferred to the I Lb disin disinfected iillnfeeted dfstnfected < ¬
fected roam as early as possible po lb1e after the fourth day dayThe dayThe dayThe
The work of disinfection and mosquito destruction as well as 8rree S 1MBJng erreeangla 1MBJngils tng tngis
conducted conductedby by the Health Authorities Authr Ues Jta
is now Immediately teJy after notflcation by bythe y ythe Ythe
the atteadlBg physician But in isolated J localities l or when delay in obtain obtaning obtainlug obtainleg
lug sanitary relief is aaavoidable the physician and nurse must direct tba tbaHWMbew to toben a ameinbest
HWMbew ben of the thehmaHhohi household In applying aIIagtIN the prescribed regulations regulationsAdditional reaulatlonJAd4iUOIIal regulationsAdditiOSsi
Additional precautions pt caDtiODS In sulphur fumigation recommended by the Health HealfhAuthorities HealthAuthorities h hAuuoltties
Authorities in charge of sanitation in New Orleans Orlea daring th the preseu preseuepidemic preseuepWn preseuepdeaakr
epidemic epidemicRemove epWnRemove epdeaakrRemove
Remove all ornaments of metal such as brass copper cop silver and gilthone gilt giltfrom lilt11OIB
from the room that is s to be faatigated All objects of a metallic naturewhich nature naturewhich naturewhlcA
which cannot be 1 removed remoy I caa be protected by covering COyenD < the objects tightly tightlywith UlbtJlwith tightiwith
with paper or r witk a thin coating co Uag of vaseline applied with a brush brushRemove braabRemo brashRemove
Remove from the room te be fumigated all fabric material after tho thooushly tboogpy tiaorougby
oushly Shaking UP Open aM drawers dra awl doors of furniture and closets closetsThe closetsThe closetsThe
The room should be closed and made a AI tight as possible by toapBg fto lag ail ailopenings ailopeabap allopenings
openings is ehimney mDe1 floor walls keyholes Jre1Io sad crack Dear window and anldoors anidOOCrt anddoors
doors doorsCrevices Crevices C can can be closed cJ Md by pasting putJ strips of paper old newspapers 1 over overthem overt overthem
them t with a paste stl made of flour flourThe 1IoarTAtpIIar flourld
The TAtpIIar aau aulpbnr s4ou bimld ld be placed ia a a aa abc nt B tro pot fiat skillet preferred Inre tatra sd and anltUs auiUda andthis
this placed pl on bricks in a tub or other convenient COIty nt water receptacle with about aboutan boatan
an Inch of water In the bottom This 1 Ia a preeantloa which cms be taken to toaoard totlUrd toguard
guard agates accident a as the sulphur is liable to boll ever and set are e to tothe 10the tothe
the house houseThe MUMT houseThe
The T eutyhur nlpa 1phJlr r Is 1 readily ignited by sprinkling K kiIIIIIr alcohol over ew It and lighting U K KTh rTh r rTbit
should ahqaWbe be kept close 0 i tor > pc two hours
Th Tbit ajmjtraent apame > ct and then opened up upand upaBd upand
and well vetflt yti1NOT1iT veetllatlNOTo W WNQTHTO
NQTHTO find idtlle the cubic contests coat tf the room multiply the length th of ofthe ortJI ofthe
the tJI room by the t e width and this total by the height and to find the amount amountof
of sulpftur aeeesaary to fumigate the room divide the ethic contents by sue 509and sueand UG UGand
and the result will be the amount of sulphur required in pounds poundsTake POUH POUHTake poundsTake
Take for a room 15 feet long 10 feet
example ple wide and 10 feet fN high we wewould wewould wewould
would multiply lixlOxld 1 equals 1500 cuble feet Divide ivWUlI 4hi thha oy y 500 5f O aad you yayII1 youtill
till havethc have tie amount of sulphur required viz 3 pounds

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