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VOL YIIl VIII NO NO245 245 PENSACOLA FLORIDA SATURDAY bATURDAYMORNING CORNING OCTOBER 21 1905 PRICE 53CENTB
GEORGIAS WELCOME TO TOPRESIDENT TOPRESIDENT
1 PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT T
TGreat Great Ovation Is Tendered Na NatWHs Nations Nations
tions Chief Executive Exe utiva in the theC4ty1of theGityof theryof
C4ty1of ryof Atlanta AtlantaIMMENSE AtlantaIMMENSE AtlantatMMENS
IMMENSE CROWDS CROWDSv
v Lined Route of Procession and andExtended andExtended andEzteeded
Extended Generous Greeting GreetingTWENTYFIVE CreetingTWENTYFIVE CrestingTWENTYE7VE
TWENTYFIVE THOUSAND PEG PEOPLE psoPLE PEGPLE ¬
PLE CROWDED AROUND 9PEAKERS 9PEAK 9PEAKERS SPEAKEftS
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Atlanta ML < JhV t11ws Wi Withe Alha AlhaPrut o + me mePrefart
Prut Prefart r Mill II L Lthe oat oatthe
the iiiriBamn 1It wt oipreeeni In SafttOkea leMers letgtaspokenvraisattaatddioghttntbe leMersstK
spokenvraisattaatddioghttntbe stK fttOkea > kea word m thought hi the Uten greet greeting ¬
greetn
ing n < < given efT Picnideut P teet Heeeevett 4 hi the theGeorgia theCBorgia heC
Georgia C > Or a capital today todayThe toc tackyThe r rThe
The Presidents special 8IHda1U11t arrived here hereat
at t ten n oclock tide tJdaac ntorntag en schedul scheduled l1umlt ¬
ed t > d time tnI tbsa131osweII rent Jtoewell hw CIa the tlaeber tlaeber110me former formerhome sorerhome
home of the Prsalients mother and andThen aadi 4 4hen
i Then v hen the ant rM dUn eC the laud aad andhis aadhis
his wife stepped 11J11 ad hem Che train and andemergep aademefP andemerge
emergep emerge 1 Amn the tenmfnal fA fAthey Ration Rationthey ti dart dartthey
they were greeted bj thensnnai 1I1Itlir nil with withdeafening wttIaCafeaiac withdcafening
deafening anp pplawe pplaweThe B j jTbe I IThe
The lice c of arch from rrc the terminal terminalT 1DaI 1DaIatatioa
T station tatk to the fair grounds 51 was lined linedwith nBelth linealwith
with lth 0fd1 Georgia teo la a citiaens and their chil children chiltel1 dilldTen ¬
dren tel1 who cheered dl i eel the President at attevery atevery atC
every C step tr made de by the horses who whodrew wborew whodrew
drew rew his carriage The streets tIt overj overjhich Ot over i jhkb ii
hich the parade se went at were hand handsornely haDdomely handapaauefv
i
sornely decorated with portraits of the thePresident tIaePre thePresident
President Pre i at bnatmg tMuatta the national flag flagrtenfe lacd
t and d isg elf atatte of which be bentE Presi President
dent ntE mother was a native 1Ia School dill children dailPI dilldrea ¬
PI dren crt > n MMgm r ifs honor hoeocalg along the line Uneof beo lineof
o I Iof
of march aw 4 and being a faithfnl faitl1lalllellfter believer belkverr j jIn In
r In n the biblical I HcaJ tajnnction to IKntiply MtattIplyI IKntiplyreplenieh
r I I
u and replenieh reple lah the earth the presence preseahoeI i
of these yonacer youareIMd Aaaerteaas greatly greatlypleased greatlyreaaed
pleased reIMd the President This n was eri evidPae eriden enItJ
den + ea by the smile U which wreathed wreathedhie
his face f as he bowed with bared heap heaufrom 1afJajfrom heapfrom
from rht r ht Yo 0 left as the carriage carrlqeK past pasterf passeE
erf down WIt Peachtree tree street to the lair lairgiorads fairgroatals i
giorads lPouM5At j jAt
At the fait gronads folly twentytve twemtyNetraraod twentytveUonsand t tI tItcJ111J1
Uonsand tcJ111J1 purtosjs eiioa as s many a v sc eontd eontdcrowd eosldcrowd lei leierowd
crowd aronnd the speakers ker stand standLeard ataa4Ieard ataadLard
Lard the President as he Ia spoke of his hispride hi hipride hivpride
pride in the state which ida gave his moth mother I tII tIIfOr ¬
er birth the industrial atrlal progress of ofthe ofthf ofthe
the sooth and the More in store are floe torTbe IDrt floeM
M the t be cotton planters if they ue held W Wtheir Wtheir U Utheir >
their purpose iAfter j jAfter i iAfterkta
After Afterkta speaking at the fair gt + oraua a s
l the tb President PreIIt was entertained at 1ItcIsraat an anelegant asdeeaat
elegant Innchuun at the Piedmont Piedmoatdrirtag Piedmontdriving Pie4MoAdrhill
driving drhill < < deb at which Ida he was wuMMnelv hand banditimely handM
MMnelv M meiT and etoqnently ur toasted toutedfolla by byJohn bytohn
John Temple T Grave On to t which he re responded I IQOa reapoaded ¬
sponded QOa m MM 0 of his characteristic characteristicsreeches dNUwctdistlcspeeches eteriadc eteriadcea
speeches sreechesA ea eaA
A reception and IIJHBJI II1I el a at the Te Tefcologlcai Teeraologicai I1ecLOlogical
fcologlcai school followed foUo fkem a driver drive drivearound 4JrierOUBc
r around rOUBc the city cityThe cltyTbe j jThe
The Prettdents special train taft for forJccksonvlOe forJcck8OllvtIIe forr
JccksonvlOe at T oclockMrs oclock oclockMrs dodtMrs
r Mrs BMo 1tssvdt 1 alt Bnsr MAtlaeti FartStlaerThe MAtlaetiThe al iee ieeThe <
The nlt of Mrs EOee meoeevtk ftIl eL who wfIoccmpante ac accompanied arccanpanied
companied the la rmeiiliml to Atlanta Atlantawas
was a fetare feat nip of a the day IIJ second 8t d only onlytt I Ito
tt t that of h t her r flhmtxious hasband hasbandMrs b1labaadMrs huabaadItIra
Mrs Roosevelt aooe < < It vans Q + et at the train tmlnr tnJlll trainbT
It bT r a detagntion of ladies beaded by bvMrs byIt byi
l
It i Mrs TerrIll wife of c G emer wr X111and TerrlH TerrlHand I
and Mrs Clark Howell who after afterbrief 3fte 3fte1meC afterbrief
brief tatMtdncUons at the station tlOli tlOli0fIrt8I es escorted esuwtd ¬
R corted her to the governors mansion mansionThare mll <
RThere
TheN ever yer cr a hundred of Atlantas
SHIPPERS COMPELLED COMPELLED TOUSB TO TOUSB
I USB PRIVATE CAR LINES
By Assoolated Pressw Press PressOct Presswua
wua w ahIag o Oct M JIl1te The existence existenceof
of esdtteive contracts between rail rail1rdads railidade U Uaad
idade aad private car C lines II fey which whichtee wklchtte whichthe
tee latter are the fcastaeee i of re refrigerating r rfrlpnLtin reMing ¬
Ming perishable freight wabronght wuItro8Pt wa wadibrought
brought out strongly today in the hear hearing hearlug ¬
lug now tat progress NO before the iatpr iu r
The commission co then adjourned aid3ottrnedsubject IUUourneclIMIbjf
i subject IMIbjf et to call of the chairman It ItInc be being being ¬
ing understood doOd that the adjournment adjournmentwas t twas
was takea for the purpose of allow allowing alloWhac allowIng ¬
ing persona per wao hare knowledge e of ofthe oftile ofthe
the location of tracts of hind which whichwill whichwill hlebwlU
will meet with the spectflcatioi cat set setont eetom setoat
ont in the above e reotadoa tJoa to fire firenotice giveaotloe ve veaotIee
notice of the came to the commission commissionthrongh coanaiHitJalCMll comaaiasbnthrougb
throngh t Its ehairma Senator Mas Masse Massey al aleer ¬
se eer who may be addressed at Orfcm Orfcmdo
do FbtThe Fla FlaThe JIIaTIle
The above alto means eaa that t K nothIaagdeiuIte nothing nothingdefinite BOthI BOthIdeblte
definite is decided hi regard reaanlto to the thefuture tJtttfut thefuture
future fut site of the eacantniueaL PIII Pos Poordbly Possibly POllalb1y ¬
sibly for some little ttIs tome to ooaw it itwill JtwiU itwill
will not be known which place will willentirely wtJ1tirel willentirely
entirely tirel conform a 0 to the wlehss el the theboard t tboard theboard
board as to the bent fecttfctae Are ItIes of offered offere4 offend
fend
leading society tedhv nather tii3teed d ale o as ctead exhead asI
I tend her II < < weloeee weloeeeThe w > lciansii lciansiij If IfI
j The passing pau of the great grade JU was waswatched wa waj 1 1I
j I watched by Mrs HooseveU eIt fnam the theveranda tiletraada theveranda
veranda of the mnantmt mnantmtJoel eass eassJoel M 1 II IIJoel
Joel Chandler ttnth I Uncle Re 1Umats Remus a a11I ¬
mats was a gvest psdnly 11I mvtttd mvtttdto Ia Iato
to meet the Preatteat wits art t trequest her herrequest
request req8t < < Although AI Althoe k ioa t a njr was WUtlmf the > rat inttime rattime
time that th t either the Fifnlaenl i t ear r Mrs MrsRoosevelt MrsR lrs lrsIWoaevelt
R Roosevelt had met the well feaowa feaowasouthern b4twluth knewasouthern
southern luth writer they MIif MIifdTtn and thtr chil children ailtidren ¬
dren have long been admirers of his hiswork lataork hiswork
work ork and the visit to Atlanta Atlantathem t prgutlsed prgutlsedthem 1INi 1INitlaea
them added fiaamii 111 TL i by bymeeting pehmhiMy pehmhiMymeetiag 117 1174IEtiq
meeting Mr Bank BankMrs 11M 11MMra HtsdsMrs
Mrs Roosevelts elt stay was east short shortby shorty abortby
by y the early departure of her toaia for forWashington forWuhta forWashington
Washington Wuhta < < ton at noon noonPassed soonPaTors ooftPa
Passed Pa PaTors Tlirnmli Maeon MaeonMacoo MIMonllama Ma oat oatMacon
llama Ga 0 Oct M MTM The Thedents Prssf Prssfd H HdEBt
d dents ntf special train passed paue pauehen tkrougb tkrougbhere tbroeghhere
here > at 10 oclock A barge lar e cuowtf OIOWQa was wasat wasat
at a l the station and cheered eere4 ac It pasecL passed pass passed ¬
ed
1
State Commerce Commission CommissionIt Commls lon lonIt
It was developed by b the testimony testimonyof
of H M li Bhnersoa Dmer nerson on traffic manager of ofthe orthe ofthe
the Atlantic Coast Line that ship shippers shippers shipppets ¬
pers would be b compelled under thesecontrasts these thesecontract theseoontraeta
contract with the Armour car IInflSto lines linest
t to use this W company exclusively axolusiv l or orthe orthe orthe
the railroads raUro would dd not transport theirfreight their thoirfreight
freight
ISIR SIR SII HENRY YIR IRVING IRVINGIS VING VINGIS
IS LAID L ID AT REST
By Aesodatecl Press PressLondon ProssLoadoa PressLsadoa
London Oet 1Il1MIt M That the death tII of ofSir orSIr ofSir
Sir Henry arvteg Irria is considered a na national nadoIMII na4ieaal ¬
tional loss te shown owa by the universal universalmourning utvenalcMIItc universalntouratag
mourning throughout ut London Thoug ThousaaMs Thougand ThOtItsaad
and aaMs stood in the streets for hours to today to4a7 today ¬
day around Westminister Abbey as the theonly the0AIr theonly
only means of paying a last tribute tributewhile tributewJ tributewhile
while wJ Ie for those who were unable to 0
FOR PERMANENT PERMANENTSTATE PERMANENTSTATE
STATE CAMP CAMPSITE CAMPSITE
SITE SITECommission SITECommission
Commission Adopts Resolutions Resolutionsand
and Offers ers of o Sites Will Now NowBe Nowf NowBe NowBe
f
Be Considered ConsideredLa
9 9LallIe
LallIe La City crt Oct toThe M The TheoSetal roll foUowk wlu wlucMIcIIa1 g gotlldsl
oSetal report of the proceedings piveeeenDUte M Mthe ofthe
the Permanent t Camp Site Commie CooimlBgiven CommieMIa Commitdot
dot MIa + nts given gt oat by the commie commieIon commalor commmtativa
Ion for publication publicationA
A mnethiK c of the permanent camp campsite campBIte campsite
site commission exu appointed by Goverr Gov Governor Govenaor ¬
err Broward under der the act of the theLegtelatare UtgLecial theLegislatare
Legtelatare Lecial lreol of TO5 was held at the theHotel t1aeHotel thehotel
Hotel Blanche hi Lake City Wednes Wednesday W WeYeIWa Wedeesday ¬
day evening eYeIWa October 18 there being beingln beingpraeat
pfWClU ln a uaaa + SmItei 9a 9mMM naaaVflM T L 4 > f C W WUawH Kasas af shaVeUM V TCt H HX Han HanK Xvu XvuW t
W K M 0 Olmnfcmu Qen Ge e J C It Pos Poster FoaGeL Foster ¬
I
ter Gen C P LovellThe LovelL LovelLThe I II
I The commieaion was wa organised I 4 by bythe bythe I
the ee1ectfoa selectionof of Senator Maeeey M Mclaairaa as aschairan aschahtat
chairan chairanHie chahtatThe I
TIle following JotIowbI resolution wag unani uaanimoualy unanimously ¬
mously adontefiT adontefiTResolved adoeGResolved
Resolved That this coMMissJon coMMissJonwill COMIItORI > a awill I
will I recommend reao as a Bermaaent camp oampsit campite campsite
sit site for the lorida tAoridaState State Troop Trooponly rrropOldy Troepsonly
only a tract oat land embracing ia Iabody a abody abody
body at leant three hundred It acres acreshigh aeNIhI aca + es eshigh
high hI < < h aM healthfully located with wttkadequae am amadequate anadequate
adequate supply of p pare re water waterfenbl7 Urt Urtferably pttferably
ferably on a large lake or rtnhun ab + hhm ofrutubtg of ofrunning 0 0water
running water aM centrally located locatedwith IDeatedwith boatedwith
with regard to railway ran traaanorU traasportatioa traaanorUUoo
Uoo 8ch tract mast be located locatedfrom locatedfrom boatedfrom
from three to tre mile ue frOM the thecity tHettyo thenearest
nearest city I
get i eetmInteter e tminl tet Abbey Ab1r y services servicesin
w old in several ohtirehee The Theon Theps Then4
n4 ps on many man public buildings In Ineuding InI inaLding
I euding c dtng the AmerIcan embassy anti antfconsulate antiOORwate antconsulate
consulate were ere at half mast and hun hundreds hunI hundreds ¬
I dreds wore Ore crepe bands and andb1eck andb1ecktiEos black blackties blackties
ties The ashes of the distinguish distinguished ¬
ed actor were laid at rest in Westmin Westminteter We Weatmininter tmln tmlnIster
inter today
I
EXPRESS ROBBER ROBBERIS
IS ATPinSBURC ATPinSBURCBy AT PIT ISBURO ISBUROBy
By Associated Press PressPittsburg PressPJttaburg PressPittaburg
Pittsburg Oct 20 20E E G unllffe Cunlitfethe unllffethe unUiflJtile
the Adams Express Company robber robberarrived robb robberarrived r ralrhed
arrived here tonight 4 large crowd crowdof
of people had assembled at the Un Union UnJon Union ¬
ion Station to see the prisoner but butthe buttlte butthe
the officers left the train with their theirawn theirman theirscan
awn at Homewood six miles out and andbrought andlIrougiat andbrougbt
brought him to the city ck in a carriage carriage6XTRA carrI carriagefXTRA Ie IeXTRA
6XTRA COTTONREPO COTTON COTTONBy
REPO T 9VJJJ 9VJJJBy
By Associated sso r ted Press Pressnvsfila PressVdalu1toD PressWTMn
nvsfila Vdalu1toD ton oo Oct O l 20 20An An extra cAt cAtIton c cAtI t tton
ton I report is to be issued l sUed by the De Department Dertment Department ¬
partment of Agriculture on November NovemberL
L 1 Secretary Wilson WlJ on hue ha h decided on onthis onUtili onthis
this plan to 0 meet the complaint ofO ofcotton of ofj
j cotton O tton planters that the interim be betw betwean
I twean tw en the October OctoDer1uld and December Decembtcrreaorta r ra raport
i port por l is g too long longI longKilling longKilling
i I
Killing at Lockhart Ala AlaCttlimaa AlaCull AlaCullman
Cttlimaa Cull man Ala Al Oct O 20Sam 10 SAm Witllama Wit Williams WitllAma ¬
llAma well w ll known in this countylias countyliasbeea counttUtStteea county Sias Siasbeen
been shot aDd killed at Lockhart Lockharti LockhartCoIfee LockhartCoffee
i Coffee County Details have not notI
I beea learned 1ernedhere here He was the son sonof sonof n nr
of John JoIa Williams who is now in jail jailtiader jailuw jailwader
r wader sentence te ce of death de th for the mur murder murder ¬
der of State Senator R L Hipp
lOWEST RECORD RECURDIN
IN N CRESCENT G1SCEHTCITY G CRESCENTCITY ESCENTCITY
CITY CITYOnly
Only Four our Cases ases of o Fever ever Re Reported Heported Reto ¬
ported to the Authorities Authoritieson
on Friday FridayHOPE FridayHOPETHAT
I
HOPETHAT HOPE THAT COLD WAVE W VE VEPREDIC VEPREDICTIONS PREDIC PREDICTIONS PREDICTIONS ¬
TIONS WOULD BE REALIZED REALIZEDTHE
4 4THE
THE DOMINANT DOMINANTFICTOR FACTOR IN INCONSIDERATION INCONSIIDERATION INCONSIDERATION
CONSIDERATION OF THE FEVERSITUATION FEVER FEVERSITUATION FEVERI
I SITUATION SITUATIONBy <
t c
By Associated AssociatedJJJu PressNew Press PressNew
JJJu U v < iv2i o oiI
iI < = I Or OrNew
New Orleans Octfc O t 26 20FoI 20Foslowing Fol Following
< 0 lowing Is the official fever sum summary summary sumdc
dc mary to 6 p m mNew mNew d dNew
New cases 4 Total to date > S
3352 33 3352Deaths 2
5 5Deaths d1te y yDeaths
Deaths 0 Total Totaltodalb to date d te43 te43New ° ASK ASKNew 43 X Xap
ap New foci 0 > f
Cases under treatment 98 98Gases 8 tift tiftases 4Cases
Gases ases discharged 280 280New 28 2819New 9 9New
I
I
New Orleans Oct c20Hove < 20 Hope that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the cold wave w ve prediction and frost frostwarnings frostwarnIngs frostwarnings
warnings bf the Weather bureau bureauwould burpauwould bureauY bureauwould
Y
would be realized rl tized and an4ithat that frostwould frost frostwould frostwould
would come come dver a lar large1 lar Q portion of ofLouisiana ofLoitisla ofLouisiana
Louisiana and aDJI M Mississippi SIs Sl Ippi iP i bring bringing brIngtng bringfug
fug to an end end m the Qua Quarantine ntine before beforethe bdCorethe beforethe
the presidents visit was w 3 s the domin dominant domlnr domlnnnt dominant ¬
ant factor In consideration consid idtion r of offever the thefever thefever
fever situation today wThe The weathir weathirsnap weothrmap r rsnap
snap sowed the th unosRS ono j pronounced pronouncedwintery Jraaouncedwintery rariouncedwintery
wintery conditions of this season seasonbetween sOOJjnbetween seasonbetween
between the Rocky Mountain Mo1in iin plateau plateauand
and the Central l valleys With 1th a aIn big ItltrQIDlJ big1e
QIDlJ Ie In JtheXraercury JtheXraercurywfe1 the mercurye r rn Is isaq isaqf anth1
f fha wfe1 wfe1eve QIVe a eve I in if ifreached ri m + 0 also alsohas n nhaJ
has reached reacli read ed d such sn < lt low eUSVfs a CotTri CotTrion c dtiiion b f fon
on to tobrlng bring a collapse In the entire entirequarantine ent1requarantine entirequarantine
quarantine The improvement tore nerecontinued rerecontInued torecontinued
continued today toda whir a remarkable remarkablelow
low list of cases casesFOOTBAUt easesfOOTBAl
FOOTBAUt f6 GMJES GMJESPLAYED 1MESiPLA
PLAYED PLA I 1 D FRIDY
By AssociatedPress AssociatedPressAt Associated Press PressAt PressAt
At Birmingham Blr Ingham Auburn 0 DavIson Davidson David Davidson ¬ =
son 6 6At 6At 6At
At Clarkston Clark ton Southwestern Southwe tern Pres Presbyterian Pr3sbyterfan Pr s sbyterian ¬
byterian University U 6 University Unlv rsit of ofNashville ofNashvi1le ofNashville
Nashville 0
MINNESOTA A GRAND JURYEXPOSING JURYEXPOSING JURY JURYEXPOSING
EXPOSING CORRUPTION CORRUPTIONNorthwestern CORRUPTIONNorthwesterl1 CORRUPTIONNorthwestern
Northwestern Life Insurance Company Com ti1JjI In Involved 111volved Involved ¬
volved in nMany Many M njl Questionable Trans 2ransactzonsPublzc Transactions Iro11saotiol1SPttblic ¬
aotiol1SPttblic actions Public Officials Implicated
>
By Associated d Press PressSt Pressat PressPaul
St Paul Minn Oot 20 20Develop 20Developments 20Devolopments Develop Developments ¬
ments in the Investigation by the Hen Hennepln Hennepin Hennepin
nepin County grand jury of the affairs affairsof
of th the Northwestern NO hwestern Life Insurance InsuranceCompany InsuranceCompany InsuranceCompany
Company have caused a movement movementlooking movementlooking
looking to a transfer of the case to St StPaul StPaul StPaul
Paul The developments Indicate Indicatepayments indicatepayments indicatepayments
payments of money for corrupt pur purposes purpose ¬ I
poses made In St Paul and for this thisreason thisreaOn thisreason
reason the local courts It Is stated statedmoy statedm statedmay
may m Y be called upon to take action actionThe actionThe actionThe
The testimony already placed be before beiore belore ¬
fore the grand jury involves two form former ¬
er state officials In the alleged pay payment payment paymerit
ment of a five thousand dollar check checkor checkfor checkfor
for or the suppression of a report ox
RAILROAD WORK WORKAT
AT COTTONDALE COTTONDALENEW
NEW LINE 1INEBEIN BEING PUSHED RAP AP ¬
IDLY TOWARD THE GULF
400 MEN AT WORK WORKSpecial WORKI WORKSpecial
Special tc to The Journal JournalCottondale JournalCottondale
Cottondale Oct 20 2PThe The little town townof
of Cottondale Is now on a boom boomWork ooomWorkhos boomWork
Work Workhos has commenced on the Atlan Atlanta ¬
ta Dothan Gulf Railroad north of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the L N Contract were lot to toi tod8 todey
d8 dey < i y for the flr first t four t ur mIles north ol olCottondale orCoUondale ofCottondale
Cottondale to Messrs Shoruakev S and andPepler andPepler andPepler
Pepler Many Ia y ratlrpad men are re here hereend hereand hereand
and land is on a boom and selling sellingrapidly sp1lfngrnpidl sellingrapidly
rapidly rapidlyThe rnpidlThe rapidlyThe
The hejttth h of 0 the town Is 1 good goodCotton goodCotton goadCotton
Cotton coming oo ing In very Vaf slowly Crops Cropsall Cropal1
all about aboutgabhore4l gathered and sold Oorn Oorncrops Gorncrops Jorncrop
crops are fine but cotjon Is very veryshort veryshort veryshort
shortThe short shortThe shortThe
The new railroad Is a God 1Ji send to tothe tothe tothe
the people of this aaotion All farm farmwork farmrk farmwork
work rk Rein itl oaflfcijia kaoie can cano Jl pwag
PThtt
wag r o foaa f il is i 55V MW working rltttg 3 3to Uto l lto
to 4 hundred hands and ndwtll will work one onethousand onethousnnd onethousand
thousand as they are rusalng rU811n every everything ee11thIng everything ¬
thing to get to fee e gulf with the theroad therORd theroad
roadG1ad road roadGlad rORdGJalt
Glad to hearof hear of the improvement improvementin 1mprov me1lt me1lt1n
in < the feVer fdperfrrktfation iiStion In Pensacola andhope and andhope andhope
hope that it may soon be obliterated obliteratedentirely obliteratedenUrelr obliteratedentirely
entirely
I
RESULT T OF ELECTION ELECTIONIN
IN VERNON PRECIt PRECINCT PRECltfCTVernon PRECINCTVernon CT CTVernon
Vernon Qct 10 10The The refeult of the thecourt thecourt thecourt
court house election electJon1Mld Held In Washing Washington Vashington ¬
ton county Tuesdaywas Tuesday was In the pre precinct preduct ¬
duct as tbllows Chipley 14 Green GreenHead GreenHe GreenHead
Head He fld 3 St Andrews 1 Vernon 166 166and 166and
and Waueau Vau u 9
ON THE ARRIVAL OF JACK FROST FROSTJ
J POST FOSTIt SlMM LIT MB tB INTRODUCES l YOU TO OUR ODD FRIEND THE GRIP GRIPTHE GRIPTHE GRIPTHE
THE DOCTORS DOCTORPRBOIOT PRSDIQT rCHBTJSttL TH THl7 U UsuAL UAL GRIP IIIDFl1fIONews BPIDBMIGi News NewsIteri NewsIteriA Item
A
posing the condition of the company companyand
and a voluntary contribution of five fivethousand fivethousand fivethousand
thousand loiters each to the demo democratic domocratlc democratic ¬
cratic and republican state central centralcommittees centralcommittees centralcommittees
committeesAnother committees committeesAnother I IAnother
Another state official credited with withreceiving withr withreceiving
receiving r 300 In Installments of ono onohundred onohundred onohundred
hundred and fifty 11ft dollars each for Sunay Sun SunStay Sundy
Stay ay work done a clerk He figured figuredas
as an expert accountant accountantAs
As to the campaign contributions contributionsthey
they are said to be vouched for in a aconfession aconfession aconfession
confession made by one of the oldofficers old oldofficers oldofficers
officers but its receipt Is denied in the thecase the0A1ite thecase
case of the democrats on the authority authorityot authorltot
ot Labor Commissioner Williams who whosays whosays whosays
says he was the one to whom the ten tender tender tender ¬
der was practically made
CO COLD lD WEATHER WEATHERIS
15 NOW NO BEING BEINGFElT BEINGFELT
FElT FElTChange
Change in Temperature Was Felt FeltYesterdayWill f Fe lt ltYesterdayWiII Itesterda
YesterdayWill esterda iH Be Much MuchColder MuchColder MuchColder
Colder Today TodayThe
The cold weather which was prod pre predicted predieted ¬
dieted by b the weather bureau was felt feltIn feltin feltin
In Pensacola yesterday and with a aStrong aron astrong
Strong ron wind wlI d blowing directly from fromthe fromt fromhe
t the e north tie th ld l 1 inc l gasod g tsgd EkI as the thaOvoninjj theevonln btOVOJ1IIl
Ovoninjj OVOJ1IIl Jultt night ght atfvanced an anced I Ill Illn It Ts1 Ts1not 1K 1Knot
not n t th thought l1ght however that a frost wfii wfiifall wftlfaU wff1fail
fall this morning but it is ppslBIe ppslBIefor pasgWiefor
for tomorrow morning as It is holler helieed believed ¬
ed d that the weather will continue togrow to togrow tOIrow
grow colder for fo the next next fortyeight
hours hcurLast hoursLast iicursLast
Last night at 640 oclock w doObserver jn jnObserver InObserver
Observer Reed made his observations observationsJie
the temperat re registered 64 degrees degressbut degr degrbut
but as it continued to grow colder colderrduring coldertaring ooldelQUring
during the night the report will shpw shpwa sh w wa
a big bl < < fall fa in temperature t this morn morning mornIng morning ¬
ing
Regarding Frost FrostObserver FrostObHrYer FrostObserver
Observer Reed stated sta ed last night nighttbat nigbtthat nightthat
that a light frost fro t could form at 46 de degrees d drees degreet ¬
greet rees but it was not until the ther ¬
mometer registered 32 degrees that thatkilling thatkilling a akilling
killing frost fro t occurred occurredFroet occurredFro occurredFrost
Frost Fro t does not fall as many man persons parsonsbelieve personsfeye personsbelieve
believe feye but on the other other hand handforms hanferms handforms
forms and this does not occur until untilthe untf1the untfthe
the temperature has reached the freoz freezing freeuing freozing I
ing point Then the vapor is frozen frozenand frozenand frozenand
and the frost is deposited dep stted in places placeswhere placesWhare placeswhore
where the freezing fr ezlng point hag been beenreached beanreached beenreached
reached
The Weather Summary SummaryIn
In his weather summary yest yesteipfay yesteipfaymorning yestmorning kiy kiymorning
morning Observer Ob erer Reed said saidThe saidThe saidThe
The depression which was central centralIn
In n western we tern Missouri lU ourI has moved to the
lower lakes aKe with increasing intensity intensityand
and attended by rain and high winds windsBuffalo windsDulfalo windsBuffalo
Buffalo reports a maximum wind velcclty re reIcclty yeicclty
Icclty of fiftytwo miles from the theauthwest thasouthwest tlrouthw08t
southwest Rain has continued in insouthern Inwuthern Insouthern
southern Texas the Lake region and andstates am amstatBf andatateb
states east of the Mississippi except exceptin
in the east Gulf and southeast Aan Aanticstates AtJontJcstat Ahlantkstatas
ticstates The high area and cool cooltaVe cootwaTem coolnabe
taVe waTem mentioned in Thursdays synop synopsis 8ynoplIs ¬
sis continues to drift southeastward southeastwardIts
Its crest this morning overlies th thWutern thewestern the thewestern
western country from eastern ea tern Wash Washington Washi Washingtou ¬
ington i Pon to southwestern Kansas Knns s and andnorthern andI andnorthern
northern I Texas Temperatures over overthe overthe overthe
the middle and southern south rn plateau and andmiddle andJOJddle andmiddle
middle and northern slope regions regionsrange regionsnmge regionsrange
range from 10 to 20 degrees above abovezero above2ero abovezero
zero being 20 degrees In western westernKansas we8WrnJan8U westernKansas
Kansas freezing in extreme northern northernTexas northernTexAS northernTexas
Texas with killing frost and 42 degrees degreeshi
hi northwestern northe tarn Arkansas with light lightfrost lightbOlt lightfrost
frost The continued southeastward southeastwardadvance southeastwfudvanee southeastwardadvance
advance vanee of these conditions will re ¬
suit in partly clouoy clouo and much colder colderweather colderweather colderweather
weather for this vicinity tonight with witha withtemperature
a temperature of 56 degrees or lower lowerSaturday lo lowerEaturday r returday
Saturday morning continuing fair and andcool andCOI andcool
cool through Saturday accompanied accompaniedby
by light to fresh fre h northwest to north northwinds northwInds northwinds
winds
Houses Fumigated FumigatedThe
The work of fumigation under underDrs underDrs underDrs
Drs Kennedy and D Alemjjarte Alem arte con contlnee continea contine
tine to be most satisfactory Yes Yesterday Yesterday Yesterday ¬ I
terday the force fumigated fUII gated 248 real residences realdeuces ¬
deuces in various sections of the city cityAc cUtAt cityAt
At this rate it will notrequire not require many manydays manydys manydays
days to cover the entire city cityLittle cityLittle cityLittle
Little Boy Still III IIIThe IIITIle IIIThe
The little son n of William Steele is isabout isabotlt isabort
about the sickest yellow fever pa patient patint patient ¬
tient in Peneacola PeD ftcola He waa taken takenSaturday takenSattll takenSaturday
Saturday Sattll aT and on more than one occa occasion oeeaslon occasion ¬
sion his life wag almost despaired of ofLast ofLa ofLast
Last La t ngit he can w s taken with hic biccoHhing hiccouhlng hiccouhing
coHhing and It is feared that th t he can cannot canrecover cannot ¬
not recover recoverAH recoverAU recoverAU
AU other patient 131tfoe 11 ute city eU with withone withone withone
one or two exceptions are doing a anicely as asnicely asnicely
nicely as could coud be expected
1 5 5i
i
FEVER RECORD RECORDFAVORABlE RECORDFAVORABLE
FAVORABLEFRIDAY FAVORABlE FAVORABlEFRIDAY
FRIDAY FRIDAYAlthough
Although a Few More Cases Were WereReported WereReported WereReported
Reported Than the Day DayPrevious DayPrevious DayPrevious
Previous PreviousPROSPECTS PreviousPROSPECTS PreviousPROSPECTS
PROSPECTS GOOD GOODFor Gj D DFor
For Stamping Out Fever Within Withina
a Short Time TimeADVANTAGE TimeJ TimeADv TimeADVANTAGE
J
ADVANTAGE ADv NTAGE OF COLD WAVE TO
GETHER WITH FUMIGATING FUMIGATINGWORK FUMIGATINGWORK FUMIGATINGWORK
WORK NOW BEING DONE GIVES GIVESENCOURAGEMENT GIVESENCOURAGEMENT GIVESr GIVESENCOURAGEMENT
r
ENCOURAGEMENT TO AUTHOR AUTHORITIES AUTHORITIESTO AUTHORITIESTOTAL +
ITIES ITIESTO TOTAL AL CASES WILL BB BBUNDER saUNDER BF3UNDER
UNDER 500 500t 500Following r r1iR
t
1iR H H X > > itH HXMi HXMiFollowing
0 Following kr S t tk the official sum summary ummary sti stimary
mary of the yellow fever skua skuatlpn skutpn fir firtion >
tlpn up to tart night nightNew aightNew DiptNew
New cases C H8 12 12Total 124 124Total
1 Total fo o date dt 458 458Doath usDoath dl dlIoaths
Doath yesterday 1Ntelda1Total 0 0Total 4 4Total
Total deaths to date f4 f4Cases 14x 4 4x
x Cases discharged dl 354 354Qaeae 264JUi8 4 4panes
panes JUi8 under treateent tr 140 140Anothr 140AnOth tt ttX ttAnother
E
X
Another AnOth r favorable report on the theyellow Uteyellow theyellow
yellow fever ever situation was wu made last lastnight l lnIght lairnight
night although the number ber of new otrcase D Doases newoases
case oases showed a slight increase The Thestat Thestatg Maestatjuent
stat statjuent statg juent ent grvsc oat oi last qt night at the theof tHOt11O thetIl
Ot11O tIl of the State Board oC 0 Health Healtas HealtiaY4aro Healthyas
Y4aro yas s > vat vinw only owes Two Twotheso el atthese elthese
these flro tfiw r iffl8ri wW discovered toe toeday thday theday
day previous pr vk > u but w went m reported at atthe att11e atthe
the office too late to be counted la lathe IIIthe Inthe
the report of that day
The New Cass CassThe CasHThe CasesThe
The new cases reported last night nlg nlgare nigbhare nightare
are as follows followsMrs followtIrs followsMrs
Mrs Collins com S30 30 DeLeon street streetEdith strPetBdith StreetEdith
Edith Collins 820 DeLeon street streetThomas streetTh streetThomag
Thomas Th ma8 Stokes Jr Ml 04 East t Goy sloeernment Goyernment Government ¬
ernment streetThos street streetThos treetThos
Thos Illvers s But Garden street streetMtee streetlIfw StreetMiss
Miss Annie Moon 1 184 4 drat JILItmORt Befc Belmoat Befcmoat
moat street streetMI StreetlUHLdJ streetMiss
MI lUHLdJ Miss e Lydia Rabb St Anthony Anthonyhospital Anthmtyd3tospital Jltboaylthospital
hospital 3tospitalAirs hospitalMrs hospitalMrs
Mrs Sawyer 12 South SoII DeVllliet DeVlllietstreet DeV1JUstreet DeVilllebstreet
street streetI streetAirs
I Airs Crs rs Geiger 710 West Gregory Oregorstreet Gre ol olJtreet 1 1street
street streetBaby JtreetBaby streetBaby
Baby Geiger GI 8I 710 West Gregory GregoryJ Gre Grestreet Gregorystreet
street streetJ
J N Barlow 608 East at Wright Wrightstreet WrIJttstrlet Wrlghlrstreet
street streetMrs strletrs t tMrs
Mrs rs H C Witt 8 80 < X West W Gregory Gregorystreet GrePNJIstreet i istreet
street
Florence Byrne 318 Wet Intended Intendedcla j jcia
cia street at
One Death Ooaurrad OoaurradThece OoeurreTheM OoeurredThease
TheM was one death during the t thatday theday beday
day although this till fact was W not notported DOtVOrted notpprted
ported to the office 1 ACe of the Sta Stae StaeBoard StaaBoard et etBoard
Board of Health n dtk This one vtctjff vtctjffwag viet vietwas vtctLrswas
was the Infant of Mm Geiger resid residing residing residlag ¬
ing at No 710 West Gregory street streetBoth streotBoth tretltBoth
Both Mrs rr Geiger Gel and the Infant were werereported we wereported werereported
reported Thursday night as havingyellow having havingyellow hav1rcyellow
yellow fever and lid Just before dayllgW dayllgWyeeterday dylllJie tt ttyesterday
yesterday e terd the Infant expired MrsGeigers Mrs MrsGeigers fuGelgezo
Geigers cotMlfttoa is considered quite quireserious quiteserious quiteserious
serious The death of the infant Is Isnot Isnot Isnot
not included in J the tI official report for forthe fourthe Ir Irthe
the reason re on that the health ofhrii ofhriihad olbr olbrhad othcalehad
had not been advised of the deaL deatofficially deaLoffielaHy deatiofficially
officially
Prospects Bright BrightThe BrightTheproa BrightThe
The Theproa prospect for OI stamping plnl out rae raedisease taedisease ae4h1e
disease 4h1e se are very bright at present preseotThe preeatThe presentThs
The advance of the cold wave t to togather Iegetllir < v vgather
gather with the fumigation work no nobeing IfJ IfJelng anbeing
being done causes etlN Dr Porter an t tbis Iills lhit
ills staff to believe bel that it will 111 not La LaJong LeJDD 6elong
long JDD before eforeU the fever is entirelywiped entirely entirelywiped entirerwIped
wiped out in Peneacola The funs fU funsgallon fumgafcfcm I f fI >
gallon will begin be a to have its effect effectduring efre effectduring t tduring
during tA tha early rl7 0art of the welc welcand w wettand 1t 1tand
and the cold wirY wive which is now b bIng hIng blag >
Ing felt will be of great assistance assistaureand
and win prevent a spread of the dis diseaee disea disease
ease ea e The number 1Jer of eases to de develop d4veJopin develop ¬
velop veJopin ia Peawcote shoe I DGe the ootbr ° < al alof ac acof 31Cot
of the fever ht 458 4 45 bat Dr Porterstated Porter Porterstated Porterstated
stated feet sight that be did not be beHeve believe behove
hove that enough new ones Oft would ba befound bafoundto e efound
foundto found w make te number 500 Or m mother 11 11oth aother
oth other r words that there would not ixj ixjforfey b4JorW4wo heforty4wo
orW4wo forfey wo more ease of fever feverin ever develot develotIn
in Pensacola Pensacolai
i f t
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