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Biloxi Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 28, 1905, Biloxi, Mississippi
The Biloxi daily Herald Biloxi Mississippi brutal it lib hed weekly 1884 daily 1898. 7 published every Ere a a Excog t sunday. Advertising rates in Raland on request. Entered at the Post a boy at Biloxi miss., a a second class mail matter. Subscript Ion rate Joe per , 45c per month $2.60 per six and Coran locations solicited from All ports of the state. Address letters and telegrams and make All paper payable to the Biloxi pc ail Herald Biloxi Mississippi. A11 advertisements to be paid for on presentation of Bill unless otherwise. Agreed in writing. Political and months or $5.00 her vert1i8e.cent8 pm a Stively year. I paid for in Advance. To quo Lannou Jice ments for local and social news City office $5 county my correspondence i $10 congressional $�5. Session Are blameworthy for bib. Knowing As we do Bow the fever is spread should Rob it of All terrors. Bat when a fool doctor stands up and advises people to run because there might be some other Way for it to spread the populace becomes frenzied add they forget All they have heard and Fly or enact silly quarantine Geo w. Wilkes son proprietor two Able articles the september Issue of the journal of the Mississippi state medical association contains two Able articles from the pen of or. H. M. Folkes of Biloxi. Onet the beginning of indigestion 7 was read by i r. Folkes before the Mississippi state medical association at its last meeting. While this article was intended for the profession there Are seve al paragraphs of it which the la Yum might read with profit. In speaking of overeating As a cause of indigestion or. Folkes says Quot overeating is in my opinion a habit and As such cannot be too strongly condemned for j really believe that As much damage is done the human body by overeat Jing As by Over drinking of alcoholics especially is this True for everybody eats while Many do not indulge in Strong drink. Two meals i a Day properly cooked and sufficiently Mastic ted eaten slowly and with a mind a peace with the Quot world will do More real Good towards reconstructing the cells of the body than will a dozen of hastily swallowed ratings even though they be liquid or the address concludes Quot indigestion As a , has its origin in heredity education and inv froument and the medical profession has no greater meld for a truly g eat service to humanity Han in the education of its clientele in All matters pertaining to iou Sei Vatious of health along these the other article on the subject f quarantine and yellow fever is o in i Accord with the Herald s news that we reproduce it in full Quot the present epidemic of fever and quarantine should certainly be in last that the South should Ever ave. Quot the question of yellow fever is de that goes direct to every Indi dual in the South not to mention in remainder of the country. Quot this is not the time to take up in question As to where lies s he lame for the inexcusable appear Tice of fever this will be dwelt Pon later. Quot the remedy is at hand and eans National control of maritime Larantine for every port and Inlet these Broad United states a Netrol in which commercial by emacs cuts no figure whatever. A under acts of Congress of 1893, e Secretary of the Treasury has Ipie Power and authority to take arge of the entire Marine quaran in and he should do so at once e people of the Uniti a scutes be too Long lain dormant As to it per recognition of to tip Para unt supremacy of health mat-8 and should Lake some lessons in the japanese us to the value preve Tiou. Think of a civilized utry like this with uie Awin Semics of typhoid , Sumonia Ami Iea to of ail yellow or when by Raul uni firm Ion they could of pie veried. A bile Ibe present cd Iceni c of or and quarantine is Pio Babiy last we will have in the m uth Ean but regret the May Back a Steps which have been taken Jur people. The work of Reed Roll and their co labourers in this itry and Cuba should certainly e sufficed to injure the same a Ess in our country that was is met with in Cuba. To read in Many outrageous Steps taken ittle and big communities car one Back to the time when Yel fever was the unknown terror in whose dissemination we y so Litile e. T is to be hoped that every Wou Ihu and child in this South of ours wiil hear of the bios a facts is to the transmission e disease. With knowledge s Power and while yet there any Olio decline to accept this but they Subserve to make a pions the More Active in Iraq Tuigg about yellow col. H. S. Evans the venerable editor of a he Pinola Herald will retire from Active mechanical work such As is required to publish a weekly newspaper and offers his Plant for Sale. On october 27, the colonel will have been 50 years at the printing business and he intends that the Pinola Herald s Issue of that Date shall be its last under his management. Pinola is a flourishing town and there is a Good opening for a live Young journalist what possesses the combination of Energy and horse sense required to successfully run a weekly newspaper. Per1a word classified advertisements will be inserted lipid or Shis heading at Tjie rate of one cent per word each insertion in Advance. Person in search of can use this column without Cost la pics very a pc 5or worst. For Sale two Beach lots Between Campground and Beauvoir. Apply at Herald office. Coal. C. O. D. Foal Yard Tel e hone cos. Chas. M. Wilkes pro . Be5t p. E and cakes and pies at or. Ltd Rimes american bakery. Fos rent elegantly furnished rooms in suite or single on the Beach. Apply at Herald office. 2 of two cottages on Back Bay. Apply to mrs. R. Reynoir Back Bay. 20 of wanted to buy secondhand Furni Ture and household goods. Address Xyz Herald office. 25 4t Young lady for House work. E. W. Mccrary. 27 coloured girl. 150 Seal ave. 28 found the Best place in the City to buy Best bread cakes and pies we. Grim a american bakery. 42 a a it a nog amp he. I it a al Tkv ii it Mazilli Iii in i Fife. A or wow we pm wow a wow i a buy your furniture Ian House i furnishing goods to up amp Prieva i cd 02 to b n l it o if a a kiss i do not /ii.i in is charged f at Max for in a a a we publish Ino list of business pay matter in Tiv a Rai. Obituary Noroes. 10c in1 Crew notices. 3 Incerti $2.50. Resolutions of i s it jct. 1 j. Or Liae. Display advertising t Road 31.50 per month up. Local advertising notices. Loc per line Tor fir tins Ftp a Quot and 7/c after. Be al advertising com miss i Oner s sales. Monito mgt. Charters a tes. I for Sale for rent found lost. Wanted ads., Etc. I Quot the Herald s one cent per word column at h pot each insertion. Meeting notices of corporations Ard societies not including religious orders unless More than one insertion is desired 10c per line for first insertion and Liz after. Job printing a letterheads bullheads not Heads. Envelopes tags cards tickets invitations programs sign cards circulars dodgers posters Etc. Book printing catalogues pamphlets order books Etc. K for rent Quot and Quot for Sale signs 10c each or two Lor 15cvincents restaurant a Chiapella a hotel Buu tag is he p a of to urethra a did Suri saying no a a a i in a pleasant a i a diet i my. Let waiters h Trenti Vero by . A 51 a it Votint prop Tor subscription to daily he a id�?10c per month or 32.0 Cor six months. 35.00 per year w week. 45c 1 a. Per old newspapers. 10c per 100 a. get tri y in he ate our our Woi ii. Nth a it Tor House bai8in� and movie a a h. E. Latimer Ltd Oten sad Dtta mme Leitos Pine lumber Urc. Isar a lath Post ets Haj. Biloxi cd twins amp Elmer m horseshoes and blacksmiths alrzn18 Grok a a re to subs per Ward each insertion Don t forget that tax collector Seal will have a Deputy at the City Hall next monday for the purpose of collecting state and county taxes. The Herald has received an interesting pamphlet by James e. Sullivan Secretary and treasurer of the Amateur athletic Union of the United states. Subject Quot athletics in the West and far for Sale at the Perry House furniture and household effects. 19 of very Rev. C. B. Crawford Archdeacon of Kansas has accepted the Call to the Rector ship of the Church of the redeemer episcopal and will hold his first service there on the first sunday in november. Hon. F. S. Hewes clerk of the Chan i very court informs the Herald that judge t. A. Wood has pret permitted i the first two weeks of the fall term of i chancery court leaving the last week to be Fjeld As provided by Law. Robert a. Janin celebrated his fourth birthday this afternoon at the residence of his parents or. And mrs. Herbert i l. Janin on the Beach. Several of his Youthful neighbors enjoyed games and refreshments with him in Honor of the anniversary. A negro Man named Quot Peter White was Cut on the head by another named Abie Huff yesterday evening on main Street Back of the City Hall with a Pitcher. Peter White is Quot soused Quot of writing letters to Huff s wife and that brought on the trouble. The wounded Man was treated by or. Miller coloured and the Man who used the Pitcher was arrested. Spare ribs just acc Eivid 2 lbs. For 15c. Also new Sauer Kraut at c. A. Schumann s. Meridian Star four of the Young men who went to the Gulf coast to do guard Fiuty returned to Meridian yesterday. They Are Jack Ramsey Jim i Lovitt Frank Harris and theorge Sutton. The last three named had yellow fever or. Lovett being at one time 1 seriously ill. After their recovery they were sent to the detention Camp seven 1 Miles from Gulfport where they were i i detained for ten Days after they were fully recovered. The East end Hose company will meet this evening at 5 o clock at the Corner of Howard Avenue and Oak Street and will make a thorough test of the fire pressure in the Eastern part of the City. A test will then be made at the City Hall in company with Volunteer fire company no. 1. These demonstrations will be made under the i re ctn of t. J. Rosell chairman of the i waterworks committee City Council and ice Laska waterworks superin tender t. I a spare ribs just received 2 ibs. For 15c. I also new Sauer Kraut at c. A. Schu Mann s. There wa3 a gathering last Knight at the rooms on the Beach where a. 0. Bourdon plays the role of Quot mine Host Quot to discuss the question Quot which is More better tenderloin of Mullet Fry or shrimp in order to Settle the question once and for All or. Bourdon took his trusty castanet to Deer Island caught a Quot bait Quot of Roe Mullet and the Fine Large shrimp that abound in those parts and prepared two dishes one of Mullet tenderloin a la old biloxi1 Ana Thi other shrimp Jambalaya a la j Bourdon. The jury was composed of a. B. Austin Foreman. Or. A. Jacks a John Eisterer d. Holt Ben Pfeiffer a Sam Picard a. B. Col a Man James i Myers Jim and will Elmer messes. I 3uckn3r. Post and Prochaska 4of new 0rles.th, and a. Fat. 3ourdon. It was the us a a diet that it would i take 3ivi a. It re it e trials to determine s i u Point scientifically and s Cifu Etorly so the question was left of jul f further discussion. Rare ribs just received 2 lbs. For 15c. _ also new Sauer Kraft at c. A. Schumann s. George Webb who received $50 from or Dukate for distribution among those who rendered him certain assistance at the time of the fire monday coming desired that the Herald give other and further particulars concerning the said distribution. He did not deny any statement that the Herald s account of yesterday made in regard to it. He says that the Money was divided Between himself Fred Quint jr., Joe Mali Arina Chas. Weber Frank Gazzo and Quot or. Johnson Quot he says further that he asked or. Dukate for the Money because the men were worrying him Webb for it that these men and himself were specially engaged by or Dukate. Who said he would give $50 if they would save to amp pc to this the others vere not willing. He says that he asked or. Dukate to distribute the Money among the men. Or. Dukate told him to do it and did not want to be bothered with the task of its distribution. All of this is practically what the Herald said yesterday Only told More in detail and is not published in any sense As an apology or excuse for anything written or published All of which was based on accurate information from author Tive sources. 5 prize Danee at Pavilion tonight. Personal ii Sam Levy left this morning for Van Cleave Overland to sell a Bill of hats. M. Moran manager of the Scranton Canning co., was in Biloxi yesterday engaging cappers and boats for his factory. Mrs. J. W. Elder and daughter returned from Atlanta this morning after having been absent from Biloxi about three months. Everitt Robert and miss Lillian Williams returned this morning from Portland Oregon wher6 they visited the exposition. While absent they enjoyed an Overland trip of four Hundred Miles through Southern Oregon. Let us mail your daughter son sister or brother the Herald while they Are away at College or on a visit. Only 45c per month or $2.60 for six months. Or if you Are going away have the Herald follow you. Chamberlain s cough remedy Aid nature medicines that Aid Naintre Are always most eff Cut a Chari Lerlaine a a cough remedy oct on plan. It allays the Coujil relieve the Inners a is expect Amon of is the secret Iotch Ami aids nature. In re Tori ii the a Stoin to a healthy condition. It is famous for its cores Over a Large part of the civilized world. Thousand have testified to its Superior excellence it count rata any tend Vicy of a a cold to result in pin Namonia. For Sale a j Vav. Swet Nancut rat bicycle repair neatly done 647 lame use Street Saleem Joseph 114 East Howard Avenue dealer in a a dry goods a clothing a cd shoes special bargain Days saturdays and mondays one cent per word each insertion for classified advertisements in the Biloxi daily Herald. If you want to rent a House sell or buy one there is no More satisfactory or less expensive Way of doing it than by a ing the Herald s one cent per Wrd column. Telephone 3ft act Quot Quot Quot Quot by Oyster shrimp and fruit packers Biloxi Mississippi amp labourers wanted Boffa Waht i coloured in season 3t you want to buy a lot on the in stall men plan if you want to build a House of the instalment plan if you want to borrow Money on Biloxi real estate Call on j. H. Miller. Off Ion Over Grant amp d Aonia s drag a Tore. Is. Roeli Spring water for indigestion and kidneys office 304 Magazine st., new Orleans la. Fend for circular. I e Timi what you have to sell unless you inform the people the advertising columns of the Biloxi daily Herald afford the safest and surest Way of imparting information. Display advertising is the Best for your business and the cheapest a space can be bought in the Herald at the rate of $ 1. 5 0 per month up. Classified advertising is 1c a word each insertion. Rents a Ells buys and finds things. That you get your Money s Worth when you subscribe for the Biloxi daily Herald but we want you to get Mora than your Money s Worth. It is always our Endeavor to make the Herald bet Ter and bigger we want to make our subscribers appreciate the \ h e r a i a and Presto our profits Are expense to that end we i a j my a a a a to a a phone 36 for the Biloxi do i a her a or White us subscription 10c be r week. 45c per month. $2.60 per half year. $5.00 per year. Semi weekly by mail 90c per half fear. $1.50 per year. S3p the Price for Tbs Herald by. Mall in Biloxi Semi weekly is si.15 or half year or s2.00 per year. A pm we is a so Djmal a is Quot so % a
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