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AND HOW Kothinff New Simply the That Was Epidemic in It Came From Russia and This Time by q0 to Bed and Stay Quiet Take a Laxative Eat Plenty of Nourishing Food Keep Up Your Strength. Nature Is the "Cure." ALWAYS CALL A DOCTOR NO OCCASION FOR PANIC Spanish influenza, which appeared ; In T n Vina oil . ince of gripe or la grippe, which has swept over the world in numerous epi demics as far back as history runs. Hippocrates refers to an epidemic in 412 B. C. which is regarded by many to nave oeeu nuiuenza. .every cen tury ha3 had its attack. Beginning: with 1S31, this country has had five epidemics, the last in 18S9-90. There is no occasion for a panic, In fluenza itself has a low percentage of fatalities not over one death of ev ery four hundred cases, according to the NT. C. Board of health. The chief danger lies in complicatfons, attack in? principally, patients in a run down condition those who don't go to bed soon enough, and those who get up too early, THE SYMPTOMS Orippe, or influenza, as it is now called, usually begins with a chill fol lowed by aching, feverishness and sometimes nausea and dizziness, and a general feeling of weakness and de pression. The temperature is from 100 to 104 and the fever usually lasts from three to five days. The germs attack the mucous membranes or lin ing of the air passages nose, throat and bronchial tubes there is usually a hard cough, especially bad at night, oftentimes a sore throat or tonsilitis. and frequently all the appearances of a severe head oold. THE TREATMENT Go to bed at the first symptom, not only for your own sake, but to avoid preadlng the disease to others take a purgative, eat plenty of nourishing food, remain perfectly quiet and don't worry. Quinine, aspirin or Dover's Powder, etc., may be administered by the physician's directions to relieve the aching. But there is no cure or pecific for influenza the disease mist run its course, but nature will throw off the attack if only you keep your strength. The chief danger aes in the complications which may arise -influenza so weakens the bod- Ixi resistance that there Is danger of "JWKnonia or bronchitis developing, and sometimes inflammation of the miaaiQ ear, or heart affections'. For these reasons It is very important that the patient remain in bed until his strength returns stay in bed at least two days or more after the fever has en you, or if you are over 50 or not London, Eng., Oct. 11. Enlareed opportunities for adult education are yi uiaea ror all workers in Great 3ntain after the war. "his is one of the chases of the "new deal" upon which the Ministry Reconstruction is working. in a report on adult education just ssued, reduction of hours Is chief ong the recommendations. No irking day should be longer than 8nt hours, the adult education com mittee of the ministry believes. A easonable holiday occasionally with ut loss of pay would be profitable, committee says. The Joint Industrial Council of are porkers and employers which -anned as a permanent institution in ;ritain, are to have a big part in forking out the plans for new and "-ucaUonal opportunities for work- GURA HEALS PIMPLES ON BOY On Face, Hands and Arms. itched and burned bo Could Not Sleep, "Red nirrnVc Smlr mil nn mir little bov H. i j j v.; -j- we, lianas, ana iuuo affected. They were bard and large, and made sore eruptions, and scars. They itched and burned and he could not sleep well. Hej was fretful and cross and the; emotions caused disfip-ure- ient for the time being. j The trouble lasted more than twelve' Months. Then I used Cuticura Soap Ointment. Aftr T ic1 two kes of Cuticura Soap and one box ofj -uiucnt ne was healed." (Signed) ps.Nora Bales, Jearoldstown.Tenn., -".uary z, 1915. Keep your skin r1r tv CntiJ SoaP and Ointment for every -day vr, purposes. Nothing better. eVri n f "5 Mal1-.. AddPM. port-era: v- . - sold everywuer. Ointment 26 and 60e. Taleam 2oe. Cwnstu.rbs your slep, Just try one ilMnV. -A-OS WITH PEPSIN. -J nun 1 droiin, Digestive Laxative for Ii3i- Uon -1 .-a-T ConsPation. Pleasant , to EDUCATION FOD HEBS PUD WHAT IT IS IT SHOULD BE TOEATED Old Grip, or La Grippe 1889-90, Only Then by Way of France Way of Spain. strong, stay In bed four days or more, according to the severity of the at tack. s - - EXTERNAL APPLICATIONS In order to stimulate the lining of the air passages to throw off the grippe germs, to aid in loosening the phlegm and keeping the air passages open, thus making the breathing eas ier, VIck's Vapo-Run will be found effective. Hot, wet towels should be applied over the throat and back be tween the shoulder blades to open the pores. Then VapoRub should be rub bed over the parts until the skin is red, spread on thickly and covered cloths. Leave the clothlner loose around the neck, as the heat of the body liberates ingredients in the form of vapors. . These vapors, inhaled with each breath, carry the medication di rectly to the parts infected. At the same time, VapoRub Is absorbed thru and stimulates the skin, attract ing the blood to the Surface and thus aids in relieving 'the congestion with in. HOW TO AVOID THE DISEASE Evidence teems to prove that this is a germ disease, spread principally by human contact, chiefly through cough ing, sneezing or spitting. So avoid persons having colds which means avoid crowds common drinking cups, roller towels, etc. Keep up your bodily strength by plenty of exercise in the open air, and good food. Above all, keep free from colds, as colds irri tate the lining of the air passages and render them much better breed ing places for the germs. , Use Vick's VapoRub Salve at the very first sign of a cold, melt a little VapoRub in a Spoon and inhale the vapors, or better still, use VapoRub in a benzoin steam kettle. If this is not available use the ordinary tea-kettle. Fill half full of boiling water, put in a half teaspoon of VapoRub from time to time keep the kettle steam arising. NOTE VIcks VapoRub is the dis covery of a North Carolina druggist who found how to combine. In a salve form, Menthol and Camphor, with such volatile oils as Eucalyptus, Thyme, Cubebs, etc., so that when the salve is applied . to the body heat, these Ingredients are liberated In the form of vapors. VapoRub is comparatively new In New York state and New England and a few western states where it is just now being introduced, but in other sections of the country it Is the stand ard home remedy in over six million homes for all forms of cold troubles over six minion pars were soia last year, it is particularly recommended: for children5s croup or colds, since it is externally applied and therefore can be used as freely as desired with out the slighest harmful effects. Vapo Rub can be had in three sizes at all druggists. Adv. ALLEGED DESERTER AR RESTED AFTER CASHING $2,000 WORTHLESS CHECKS (By Associated Press) Birmingham, Ala, Oct. 11. Private Guy C. Herron, an alleged deserter from Battery A. ninth field artillery, Ft. Sill, Okla., is being1 held here by department of justice officials pending advice from Ft. HI1L " At the time of his arrest Heron was wearing the uniform of a first lieutenant. He is alleged to have vis ited many cities under various aliases. posing as an army officer and to have cashed checks said to be worthless amounting to approximately $2,000. FLORIDA BOY REPORTED MISS ING NOW LISTED AS WOUNDED (By Associated Press) Washington, Oct. 11. Wilson Smith, of Laurel Hill. Fla,, serving with the American forces in France, who was previously reported missing, is now reported wounded, according to offi cial announcement made today. . BELGIANS ARE ORDERED TO RETURN TO THEIR HOMES (By Associated Press) London, Oct. 11. Belgian authori ties have delivered orders to Belgian residents in England, directing them to return to their native land, accord ing to the Sheffield Daily Telegraph. DOINGS OF THE DUFFS A (26 V?t? ' V ' THE PENgfcCOES JOURl'gATUBDAY MORNINg,rQCTOBER12. 19lg; "OVERTHERE" WITH THE YANKS By J. H. - I'm going to take a little nap, Herb, wake me when it's my turn to load. The Weather " Weather Bureau. D. S. Department of Agriculture, Charles F. Marvin. Chief. DAILY WEATHER BULLETIN. Pensacola's Data, Pensacola, Fla!, Oct. H, 1918. TEMPERATURE! Highest on record for October 95 degrees, lowest on rec ord for October 35 degrees. A Day . temperatures in October usual ly rise', to. 77 degrees; night tempera tures in October usually fall to 62 degrees. Highest temperature 2i hours end ing 7 p. m.. 81 degrees. 1 Lowest temperature 24 hours ending 7 p. m., 73 degrees. . Accumulated deficiency this year to date 263 degrees.: , RAINFALL for 24 hours ending 7 . m q inches. Normal rainfall for the month of October, 4.08 Inches. Total rainfall this month to 7 p. m .0 inches. Accumulated excess this year to October 1,- 5.16 inches. HUMIDITY 7 p. m., 69 per cent. BAROMETER 7 p. m., 30.06. TIDES. H. W. I W. Navy Yard ....... 532 a.ih. 1:55a.m. Pensacola Bay ... 5:52a.m. 2:10a.m FOUR' HUNDRED LIVES , LOST WHEN GERMANS SINK MAIL STEAMER Belfast, Oct. 11. (By The Associated Press) Four hundred lives were lost when - the mail steamer Leinster was torpedoed and sunk in the Irish Sea Thursday morning. Three hundred' survivors have been landed at Kings town. . . .... Two torpedoes were fired at the steamer.- One struck" near the bow. The steamer sank -within fifteen min utes. The passengers, including s many women and some children, numbered 850 and the boat carried a crew of seventy. ' An incoming , mail steamer reports that she passed through the wreckage but was not permitted to stop to do any rescue work, in accordance with the orders of the British admiralty. Her passengers counted forty : dead bodies floating in the water. Of the twenty-one mail clerts on board the Leinster, 20 were killed out right by the explosion and the twenty- first was blown through the side of. the ship, being picked .up at sea . later. SUBSCRIBE FOR THE JOURNAL. on, Just Fuef i suppose VouVe V)EAT2D THE 0 OOl MEWSf Noi) ARE. to BE. MARRIED- -CoASRAYuLATlOdS Grove. nil-" . NEWSY NOTES ABOUT PEOPLE AND PLACES The ' Misses Virginia Walker and Anita Viller, assistants at the office of the city clerk, have returned to duty after a seige of influenza. , The office of the . War ' Camp Com munity Service committee in the Brent building was opened yesterday by Sec retary Bertha Llchten. , The T office had been closed owing to the illness of the secretary and Director McMil lan, who is convalescing in the Pensa cola hospital. A special, meeting . of the . board of county commissioners is to be held today at the county court house. Beginning next Tuesday taxpayers of Pensacola may pay their 1918 taxes at the office of City Tax Collector John G. Welsh in the City hall. NEW SHIPS TO FILL; MORE MEN TO FEED - Every day , new ships axe slipping from American ways. We read with a thrill of pride that more vessel3 were launched during the month of July than; had hitherto taken the water In over twelve months before from Amer ican shipyards. We joyfully celebrat ed our Fourth of July this year by ad ding, ninety-five ships to our growing fleet. But; we must not forget that each of these new cargo carriers means an increased responsibility to save food We are -not building-ships to have them idle at our piers. We are build ing them to take to our fighters across the ' water clothes, food and ammuni tion! ' ' It is not alone the additional num ber of merchant vessels Uncle Sam now has that brings increased respon sibility to the housewife to. save food. He is also "building battleships, de stroyers, submarines, trawlers, drift ers and observation ships. The in crease in units for our Navy is enor mous but these ships are of little use unless they are manned by crews that are well fed. You and your neighbor must feed them. ' The shipbuilders will build the ves sels, the navy will man them but there is no one who can feed them but you and your neighbor. That is the reason your neighbor Is saving auger, setting her table with perishables, baking with wheat sub stitute flours and canning every pound of surplus fruit and vegetables she can lay her hands on. , What are you doing to help? TOM MUST HAVE JUST Tom i 7 SOLDIER OVED- E8 HEPLIESTO MESSAGE FflOM FEETCHED ,s Washington Bureau, " Pensacola Journal. By GEORGE H. MANNING. Washington, D. C, OcL 11. When Senator Duncan 17. Fletcher of Florida learned from Julius Rosenwald, of the council or National Defense that the latter was going to France and woula make addresses to the American sold iers there, he sent a message over to be , read to the Florida men at the front. s ... ' .' Mr. Resonwald read this letter at the gatherings In France and one of the Florida soldiers who heard It has writ ten to Senator Fletcherexpressing his gratification at hearing from the folk back home. Senator Fletcher's letter to Mr. Ros- enwald read: "My dear Mr, Rosenwald: "I thank you for the opportunity to send by you a brief message to our boys at 'the front. "Tell them that our hearts and our hopes are with them. They fight in a noble cause and with a " conservation and determination which will surely triumph. "We watch with glowing in terest, their performances, which have already reflected glory on their Coun try and brought dismay to the enemy. "Their sacrifices we will : match t as far as we can by all we have, and the gratitude of their country will be sup plemented by that of the liberty loving people of the world for' the supreme service they are rendering. "Our prayers go out to you, defend ers of freedom and champions of civil ization. , "Sincerely yours, (Signed) "Duncan-U." Fletcher." The letter from the Florida soldier to Senator Fletcher reads as follows : "I had the pleasure of hearing Mr. Rosenwald of Washington, D. C, speak last night at our Y. M. C. A. Hut, and he delivered your message to the Flor ida boys in this camp. They were cer tainly glad to hear from the people of Florida, and were well pleased with your message to "the Florida Boys In France.", "I was formerly with the 2nd Florida Regiment, now the 124th Infantry, but was transferred to the Motor Mechan ics, A. S. S. C. I hated to leave, as they (2nd Florida) were from my homt and the State of Florida, but I have met several boys from Florida here, and am well satisfied with this organi zation. '. . "We all certainly appreciated the good word that you sent, and so I take this opportunity to express my thanks to you. ; "Yours sincerely. Pvt. Clyde E..Ulrich, 13th Company, 4th Regiment Motor Mechanics, , A. P. O.. 724 D. M. A., American Ex. Forces." TALLAHASSEE PLANS TO EIITEOIK THE CONFEDERATE VETS Tallahassee, Oct. 11. Extraordin ary interest is being - taken here in planning for the annual state reunion of Confederate Veterans, scheduled to meet In Tallahassee October 23 and 24. At a joint meeting of Lamar Camp, IT. C. V., the ladies of Anna Jackson Chapter, TJ. D. C, and the Booster's Club, plans were discussed, and but one change was made in the tentative program, that was adopted at a pre vious meeting. At the. suggestion of Hon. N. sA. Blitch, the exercises for Wednesday afternoon, October 23, will not take place at the state capl tol. Instead, the great parade will end at the Governor's Mansion. Gov ernor and Mrs.. Catts are desirous of entertaining the visiting veterans at a reception. . A letter from Hon. H. J. Peter, of Leesburg, was read, and it Is of par ticular interest: Leesburg, Fla., Oct. 7, 1918. Col. 97. J. Appleyard, Tallahassee., Fla. Dear Sir and Comrade General H. H. Duncan will not return to Tavares until after the Tallahassee reunion. In PAID THE GROCERY BILL This oogrt to BB. HE OF THB HAPPIEST PAVS of VoofcUFe! i r - . t i . . Watsoi Parker & Reese Everything-to-Wear PRIZE WINNER IN i what you i t :. ; -:: - can:- 4r;;,7V;-.r! Afe . fjt'lf. - Up1- '-':' W tx ?t" ' - ' , ' : Mrs. Frank P. Brown, of Cincinnati, O., who won the first prize offered by the National War Garden Commission for the best garden record. From a vegetable garden, 100" by 150 feet; she supplied her table, filled 125 jars, and stored 25 bushels "of pota toes. - The prize money is invested in Thrift Stamps. I. W. W. ATTEMPTS TO AROUSE NATIVES OF SOUTH AFRICA Johannesburg, Oct. ii. An attempt nf five International Socialists, three of whom are Europeans, to introduce an I. W. W. movement among the mil lions of blacks in South Africa has been discovered here. The men are held by the South African police under serious charges. his absence I would not be amiss in requesting that some suitable person in Tallahassee be selected to prepare eulogistic address in memory of Mrs. W. J. Behan, of New Orleans, late president of the Confederate Memori al Association the address to be de livered during the memorial exercises on the 23rd. , Abundant data for preparing the eu logies can be found in the September number of the Confederate Veteran, first page and page 414. Also in Pro ceedings U. C. V. of the reunion held in Washington, pages 67 and 87, and in the New Orleans papers of July 29th. Probably the Tallahasse chapter U. D. C. intend having exercises com memorative of Mrs. Behbn. - The "railroad officials have delayed sending us the ticket certificates. I am promised them tomorrow and will promptly send them to the camps, and expect a large attendance. Hope the Spanish "flu" will not interfere. Truly, ' H. J. PETER. Bl)T HotRETOO PREVIOUS -AJoT TO BC MARRIED IWiTIL . TOMORQOV- Tl:eMstsTorie?S EDISON Tone There is no Such thing as an "Edison Tone." There is. in the New 'Edison, a Bond Tone, a Spald-jtngTone.aDes-tinn ' Tone, an Anna Case Tone each separate and distinct: each faithful to the distinctive character of the artist. But the New Edison has no tone or its own. It u merely a perfect vehicle for the ( reproduction of the artists work. There is no yforagn sound, no ''talking machine"' tone.' Mr. tdison has eliminated all these. The music of , vtie New Edison u nothing but the pure, unaltered, Gfe-like tone of the original artist. Come in and hear your favorite record today on the New ison..We. will be glad to play it for you. without obligation. GARDEN CONTEST Can Now Eat and Sleep in Comfort If troubled with indigestion or sleeplessness you should read what Miss Agnes Turner, Chicago,'; Iirt., has to say. "Overwork, Irregular meals and carelessness regarding the ordin ary rules i of health, gradually under mined it 'until last fall I became a. wreck of my former self. I suffered i from continual headaches, was unable to digest my food, which' seemed to lay a dead weight on my stomach. I y;a very constipated and my complexion became dark, yellow and muddy as Ij felt, Sleeplessness wift added to my! misery, and I would awake as tired aft) when I went to sleep. I heard ofj Chamberlain's Tablets and found such relief after taking them that t, kept up the treatment for nearly tw months. ;, They cleaned my stomach, invigorated my system, and since thatf time I can eat and sleep in comfort. ' am today entirely well." Adv. SUBSCRIBE FOR THE JOURNAL. CUT THIS OUT IT IS WORTH MONEY DON'T MISS THIS. Cut out this slip, enclose with 5e and mall it to Foley & Co. 2835 Sheffield Avenue, Chicago, 111., writ ing your name and address clearly. You will receive in return a trial package con taining Foley's Honey and Tar Compound; for coughs, colds and croup: Foley Kidney Pills, for nam in aides and back; rheu matism, backache, kidney and bladder ail ments; and Foley Cathartic Tablets, a wholesome a.nd thoroughly cleansing ca thartic, for constipation, biliousness, head ache and sluggish bowels. . Sold every where. adv. ; SUBSCRIBE FOR THE JOURNAL B 1 PORTRAYED BY ALLMAN YttAVS WHAT I SAV, TWS IS C4E OF TUe HAPPiesY DAVS OF VoUR. UFE 1 rfWwfffi'