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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMJJEK 27, lyia.
3 SCHOOL CHILDREN STERILIZE NOSES AVOID CONTAGION )M)osevelts Jaeodof 3 -rr , . , if- HisChildren Influenza, Pneumonia, Menin gitis, Dyptheria, Small Pox, Scarlet Fever, Measles, Whooping Cough and Many Other Contagious Diseases Contracted at School Through Nose. jieters to Edited by Joseph Bucldin Bishop COYR!5IT. 1919 V jjj ' Store wiH be closed l 2. si fey.:-;:. ' I I II II XT-Vt ? IT I I Bl.,:vWW I I 2 y Thanksgivng Day, 1902 "We dined in the new state dining room. Mother looked just as pretty as a picture" INSTALLMENT FOUR. President IcKinley was assassinat ed in September, 1901, and Roosevelt Immediately assumed the heavy re sponsibility of office. His enemies, who thought him safely disposed of, found bim In a position to wield the utmost power, but he did nething startling at first. The Roosevelt chil dren were naturally excited by the change in their lives end explored -Washington with great interest. Mot for one hour In the midst of his new duties, did the president lose his inti mate touch with all the dreams and whims of childhood. The president not only seni "picture letters" to his own children, but an especial one to Miss Sarah Schuyer Brtler, daughter of Dr. Nicholas Mur i ray Butler, president of Columbia uni versity, who had written him a little inote of .congratulation , on his first , birthday at the white house. "White House, Nov. 3, 1901. Dear Little Miss Sarah: I liked your birthday note very much; and my children say I should draw you two pictures In return. "We have a large blue macaw Quen tln calls him a polly-parrot who lives In the greenhouse, and is very friendly, but makes queer noises. He eats bread, potatoes and coffee grains. The children have a very cunning pony. He is a ittle pet, like a dog, but he plays tricks on them when they ride him. He bucked Ethel over his head the other day. Your father will telr you that these are pictures of the unpolished stone period. Give my love to your mother. Your father's friend, THEODORE ROOSEVELT. ' Uncle Remus' and White House Pets. (To Joel Chandler Harris) White House, June 9, 1902. My Dear Mr. Harris: ' Your letter was a great relief to Kermit, who always becomes person ally interested in his favorite author, and who has been much worried by your sickness. He would be more than delighted 'with a copy of "Daddy Jack." Alice has it already, but Ker mit eagerly wishes it. Last night Mrs. Roosevelt and I acre sitting out on tne porch at the back of the White House, and were talking of you and wishing you could be sitting there with us. It Is de lightful, at all times but I think espe cially so after dark. The monument stands up distinct but not quite earthly in the night, and at this season the air Is sweet with the Jasmine and honey sr.cklet . Ail the younger children are at pres ent absorbed in various pets, perhaps the foremost of which is a puppy of the most orthodox puppy type. Then there is Jack, the terrier, and Sailor Boy, the Chesapeake Bay dog; and Eli, the most gorgeous macaw, with a bill that I think could bite through boiler plate,' who crawls all ove-, Ted, and whom I view with dark suspicion; and Jonathan, .the piebald rat, of most friendly and affectionate nature.who also crawls all over; everybody; and the flying squirrel,' ana two kangaroo rats; not to speak of Archie's pony, Algonquin, who is the most absolute pet - of them all. Mrs. Roosevelt and I have, I think, read all of your stories to the chil dren, and some of them over and over again. , The Dog "Gem" White House, Oct. 13, 1902. Blessed Kermit: ' I am- delighted at 'all the accounts I receive of how ' you are doing at Groton. You seee'm to be enjoying yourself and are getting on well. I need not tell you to do your best to cultivate ability for concentrating1 your thought on whatever work you are given to do you will need it in Latin especially. Who plays opposite you at end? Do .you find you can get down well under the ball to tackle the full-back? .How are you tackling? Mother Is going to present Gem to Uncle Will. She told him she did not think he was a good dog for the city; and therefore-she. gives him to Uncle Will t,o keep in the city. Uncle Will's emotion at such self-denying gener osity almost overcame him. Gem is really a very nice small bow-wow, but Mother found that in this case posses sion was less attractive than pursuit. When she takes him out walking he carries her along as if she was a Roman chariot. She thinks that Un cle W'ill or Eda could anchor him. Yes terday she and Ethel . held him and got ,burs out of his hair. It was a lively time for all three. Presidential ' Nurse for Guinea Pi'gs. (To Mrs. Elizabeth Stuart Phelps ' Ward.) White House, Oct. 20,1902. At this moment, my small daughter being out, I am acting as nurse for two wee guinea pigs, which she feels would not be safe in a room save with me and if I can prevent it I da not intend to have wanton suffering in flicted on any creature. Thanksgiving in the White House. White House, Nov. 2S, 1902. Darling Kermit: Yesteday, was Thanksgiving and we all went out riding, looking as we started a good deal like the Cumber bach family. Archie on his .beloved pony, and Ethel on Yagenka went off with Mr. Proctor to the hunt. Mother rode Jocko Root, Ted a first class cavalry horse, I rode Renown, and with us Senator Lodge, Uncle Douglas, Cousin John Elliott. Mr. Bob Fergie, and General Wood. We had a three hours' scamper which was really great fun. Yesterday I met Bozie for the first time since he - came to Washington, and he almost wiggled himself into, a fjt, he was so overjoyea at . renewing acquaintance. - To see Jack and Tom Quartz play together is as amusing as it can be. We have never had a more cunning kitten than Tom Quartb. I have just had to descend with severity on Quentin because he put the unfor tunate Tom into the bathtub and then turned on the water. He didn't really mean harm. Last evening, besides our own entire family party, all the Lodges, and their connections, camp" to dinner. We dined in the new state dining room, and we drank the health of you and all the rest of both families that were absent. After dinner we cleared away the table and danced. Mother looked just as pretty as a picture and I had a lovely waltz with . her... Mrs. Lodge and I danced the "Virginia Reel. (To be continued) YOU CAN MAKE YOUR SKIN WHITE, SOFT AND CLEAR With the Lovely Tint of Youth. By the Use of the Popular Black and White Beauty Treatment. My idea of a three course breakfast is three dishes of If you are dissatisfied with your complexion because of unsightly skin blemishes such as liver spots, freckles, rough or pimply skin, do this today go to 3'our nearest drug store, get a package of BLACK and "WHITE Oint ment and a bar of BLACK and WHITE Soap. Before retiring, wash the face, neck, arms and hands with warm water and Soap and dry thoroughly. Then mix and apply the creamy Ointment, according to directions. The next morning wash off the Ointment, using Black and White Soap. You can see the difference almost after the first night's treatment. Repeat the appli cation and you will be happy with the results. - If you cannot find the Black and' White Beauty Treatment Ointment and Soap, the manufacturers will send both to you postpaid on receipt of 50 cents. A sample, literature and a Black and White Birthday and Dream Book free if you will clip this advertise ment and mail to BLACK and WHITE, Box 913, Memphis, Tenn. BLACESMH mtiininiiin... 11 . Virt, if-1IHH TQORT of I ENSACOLA! Parents are advised to teach their children, as part of tneir daily toilet, how to sterilize the nose and throat with Eucapine, the preparation of Ol. Eucalyptus, which became so popular in this country during the epidemic of Influenza and pneumonia. A child can be shown in a minute how to use it and. if reminded by the parent, will do so systematically without assistance or objection. The child dips its little finger into the jar of Eucapine and Introduces it up each nostril; then, catching the nose between the thumb and first fin ger suddenly releases it as he draws in his breath, thus sniffing the Euca pine back into the throat. The Euca pine gradually spreads over the throat, tonsils, ear ducts and larynx, steriliz ing, cleansing and healing any inflam mation or irritation and preventing the formation of adenoids, enlarged tonsils, earache, deafness and serious lung disease. Sterilization with Eucapine keeps the nose clean, healthy, comfortable and free from germs; relieves simple croup, coughs, colds and sore throat almost immediately and is so pleasant that even the youngest children learn to call for their jar of Eucapine and use it for themselves whenever they feel a cold or sore throat coming on. Colds are contagious and if every member of the family, especially those who. must breathe the infected dust of public buildings, streets and convey ances, would make sterilization with Eucapine a part of their daily toilet. much sickness would ve avoided. XOTE-The product referred to above may be obtained at any drug store for half a dollar and a jar should be provided : for each member of the family, including the servants, espe cially the nurse. The American steamer West Har shaw, stream (loading). Schooners. The American schooner Irma, stream The American schooner Frederick A. Duggan, stream, loading. Barks. The Spanish Bark Suarez No. 2, Wharf, discharging ballast. The American schooner Palafox, Saunders wharf, (undergoing repairs). Barges. The Aiken barge Consul, stieam. The Aiken barge Gwrge T. Locke, Bilges, Aiken barge B.i.o JIo. Pal afox wharf. American barge Iberia, stream J (loading). American barge, Smlth-Ter r,y stream (loading). Aiken barge, Jackson, stream (load ing). Aiken barge Ario, stream. The American barge Madi.-jon, stream. The American barge Ethel Clarke, stream. Tugs. Aiken tug Simpsoi, Palafox wharf. The Aiken tug Sea King, Palafox wharf. Tugs. Aiken tug ieroy, Palalox wharf. The American ug, Bathalum, Tar- MANY THANKS To the People of Pensacola who through the past year have brought about a remark able business at our store. Only through the good will of our customers has this been made possible. May we continue to deserve your patronage in the coming years as we have in the past. Watsoa, Parker & Reese Co. Everything to Wear 0 ! 1 ragona wharf. The Aiken tug Dixie. Palafox wharf. The Aiken tug. Nellie, Palafox wharf. ' Smacks. The following smacks are at Saun ders' wharf: Maud F. Silva, Francis B. Silvia.. Clara M. Littlefield. Louise F. Harper, Seaconnet. Sheffeyld, Eesco, Ida S. Brooks, Yakima, Emelia Enos, Fish Hawk, Virginia. The -following smacks are at the Warren wharf: Algonia, Clara O. Sil va, Seminole, Culebra, Emma Jane, Galatea. Hope, Mary B. Greer, .Min eola. Osceola. Silas Stearns, William Hays Reni A. Percy. Washakie. Henry VESSELS EXPECTED. Steamers. The American steamer Bockonoff, for the Pensacola Shipping Co., Nov. 15. The American steamer Lake Wy- mer, for the Pensacola Shipping Co., Nov. 15. Thei American steamer Botsford, for Frederick Gillmore & Co.. Nov. 15. The American steamer Oregon, for Frederick Gillmore & Co., Nov. 17. The shipping board steamer Tillt mook, from Nicaraugua for Frederick Gillmore & Co., Due Nov. 30. The shipping board steamer Alta, from Nicaraugua for Frederick Gil more & Co., Due Dec. 10. The shipping board steamer Mona fan, from Nicaraugua for Frederick Gillmore & Co., due. Dec. 15. . . Schooners. V The American schooner Mary Mon son Gruener. The Norwegian schooner Furustrand, forT. O.. Fillette & Co., Nov., 18. Arrivals. The Spanish bark Virga LeMay from Havana. Syce 6 Bell-ans Hot water Sure Relief U FOR INDIGESTION: To. Heal a Cough. Take HAYES' HEALING HONET 35c per bottle. Adv. it win l M WHISKEY F COLDS km OR New Elixir, Called Aspiron al, Medicated with Latest Scientific Remedies, Used and Endorsed? by Euro pean and American Army Surgeons to Cut Short a Cold and Prevent Compli cations. 9 g3g Every Druggist in TJ. S. In structed to Refund Price While You Wait at Count er If Relief Does Not Come Within Two Minutes. Cruisers. . IT. S. S. Rochester. Destroyers. Barney, Blakely. Bush. Ingram. Meredith. Harding, McKean. McCalia, Calhoun. Supply Ships. Leonidas, Lebanon. Dixie. Steamers. The American steamer Lake Savus, stream, loading. , The Italian steamer Rovigno, Mus cogee wharf, undergoing repairs. The Cuban steamer Olivant, Tarra gona wharf, undergoing repairs. Delightful Taste, Immediate Relief, Quick "Warm-Up. The sensation of tl year in tht lrug trade is Aspirmaf, the two ninute cold and cougi reliever, an thoritatively guaranteed by the labora .ories; tested, approted and mos! enthusiastically endorsed by the hijh st authorities, and proclaimed by the common neonle at tpn limea luick and effective as whiskey, rock md rye, or any other cold and cough remedy they have ever tried. -. All drug stores are now supplied vith the wonderful nef elixir, so all rou have to do to get fid of that cokl is to step into the nea'est drug store, hand the clerk half a ddlar for a bottle of Aspironal and tell him to serve you two teaspoonfuls with f four teaspoon fuls of water in a gliss. With your watch in your hand, take the drink t one swallow and callfor your money back in two minntooiif trnn oo-nnnt feel your cold fading avay like a dream xithin the time limit. Don't be bash ful, for all druggists invite you and "xpect you to try it . Everybody's loing it. 1 When your -cold 01 cough is re 'ieved, take the remainler of the bottle jome to your wife ad babies, for spironal is by far the safest and most ffective, the easiest i take and the lost agreeable cold aid cough remedy or infants and childrenj A'J- P9 1 Prep are for the Long Winter Evenings ADD COSY FURNITURE f jj i -- As winter approaches you naturally think of making your home comfortable and cosy. You want your Furniture of such character that the evenings spent at home will be evenings of solid comfort that will "afford so much rest and relaxation that you will attack your next day's work with all the vigor of the thoroughly rested person. The articles that you need can be chosen from the large dis- plays to be found in our store. We shall be pleased to have you inspect any article without obligation on your part. - T. E. WILLIAMS & GQ. FURNITURE Easy "Buy the Williams Way" Convenient 90 EAST .WRIGHT STREET V