The Lubbock Avalanche. (Lubbock, Texas), Vol. 10, No. 29, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 27, 1910 Page: 1 of 16
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LUBBOCK AVAL ANCH
f v0LUME X.
iYNDPSIS OF THE
FOR TEXAS ADOPTED BY THE TEXAS BOARD OF HEALTH
AND APPROVED BY THE GOVERNOR AT A RECENT DATE
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Force of Law.
tor Regulations Will Be rrosecutea
" N The Limit of The Law.
quarantine AM) l i "VN I anil they can present a physi-
The new rules on th object ' cian's certificate to the efTect
of the management of contagious that they are no longer a menace
diseases are clear and concise to others.
hut vary very little from these RKoIsTRATIN iU'RKAt.' IN ALL
previously in vogue. All cases INCORPORATE Towns
of a contagious nature are re- Some radical changes are made
.;-. 1 to I i.lnced under re-! in the old law on collection of
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strictions by the first doctor that j vital statistics. The clerk of
pees them and the attending ; (. urtjs stji the registrar of each
physician is driven authority t'ipounty altside of incorporated
do thm. He next notif.es the .jtj(.s amj townsand such reports
loe.il health officer and in case f jirths anj tloaths are made
of estilential dis'ae. n'tilies iroct to him. Kvery incorpor-
the President of the State I'.oard ale(j nty anj toWr jn t. State
of Health by win-. jH tnade a primary r-'gistration
Iisksks l:i I'oicTAULK d strict and ail hirths and deaths
The rei-ortahle diseases include occurring in . ich city is to
-i'ir i-h. I. !;!. !;;!' r.- I lague. ieiM.ri-d to th- ci' v hakn olii-
typh'is. e!iow fever small po.
scarlet fever diphtheria. pide-
mic dysentery trachoma tui cr-
culosis. and anthrax and rejiorts
made morr.hly to the St tte Hoard
Several kinds or degree! of
disinfeciion. isolation and quar-
ttineare described for the
various diseases and local health
officers attending physicians
school officials and others are
required t establish the various
kinds of quarantine and isolation.
With small i'X. diphtheria scar-
let fever or other quarat.tinable
disease house must U J.la anied
and modified quarantine i-Mab-hshed
The local authorit:. s may
however exercise ad.l.'.i-nal
precautions when they .1-sire.
k.:d the above rules do no. ut.ro-
gato their right to dso.
RKGISTRATION OK THK TITi:::T-
It will be observed that con-
vfimntion is rem .rtable. The
sumption is rejK'rutuie. m-
.i i;. I c osely to previous iws on sani-
reporti on tulerculosis are to U '
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unvatt y kept and are to be con-
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t idered in the light of a conn-
i fr i
dential communication not lor;
. illlt '
th? purpose of isolation but
.t w . . motion in -
with the object of education in
gan i Larj precautions and to sup-1
1 l'te tureofthe State Iioard
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ol lleaun. iniecieu nouat- . -.ii
i .k f..m.v ing the approval of City Counci s
k i u until
i al must net be occupied until
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disinfected. In case any inlett -
. ea nouse or pn-mises rc nuv
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promptly disinfected the local
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. health officer shall place on the
husea plae-ard warning trie
public not to occupy or enter
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t saiil nouse unin a is u"i n-vn-u. .
This is also rejuired of house cars-
or ai-artments previously occupi- sanitary RhyflRLMENTS
Vd by consumptives. All families Waiting rooms in dejts and
in which a case of small pox. railway coaches sle-eping cars
diphtheria scarlet fever typhoid and interurban cars must be
fevtr.Ior tuberculeis occurs will ; prope rly ventilated and if neces-
be supplied with printed initruc- sary heated: gt'anj wholesome
tions thnrtigh the health officer ( water furnished patnns and the
or attending phfician as to travelling public: the water cml-
how to avoid the (.pread of the er must le easily moved and
t niust le emptied rinsed and
' m.ss fH.VF.NTMi ' cleaned daily; ice must wash-
" Jn.l n iJvf ivei aball re- "d must t handled with
T if eye tnutle in ; tongi and not damjd en fmrn
j I to the health "J pUtformi; it is required
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.If aiM'iirr luninri'""'"- i .
Ian. Prions ufT-r-!clt 1 proid-d and that
Tiagioua e di4i-i ane t kpt in aaniury condi-
ilatl bd or lr- tl'fi; uusur ti or wfrping
eicla.Vd from'prohibite.1 at all tim-s; rucpidori
b!.c asM-n.blvesimust U ru le in adNjuat
ym tti'f iUidia'riundr; eij-ctortinjr on ftjort
i ni mi.
Any Person Violating Any
eer or other city oj'.cial who
acts us i' i y r -giMirar. This is in
practice already it. the larger
cities of the State.
r.SDI'KTAKKUS TO MAKE RKTl RN
iK A HEATH
A new departure is placing the
responsibility of rejorting deaths
upon the undertaker as is done
in other states most successful
in collecting such statistics. A
burial jermit is required in each
incorporated city and town
which is issued by the city regis-
trar but in the rural districts no
Ii-rmit is required arid the certi-
ficates ef de tlh is sent by the
undertaker direct to the clerk of
the county court. Physicians
uinhvives or parents are required
to report births. A penalty is
provide i for that will cause all
concerned to take notice.
PDl'oT.s. RAILWAY COACHES AND
These rides conform
wiy uaencs anu sleeping wars
The Legislature took away from
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the Board of Health the right to
include public buildidgs in this
Code but placed same under the
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renjuirements of the Advisory
Code instead thereby necessita-
and Commissioners' Courts be
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fore public buildings can proper
ly come under the law.
l emons suffering with cotitag-
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ious diseased including measles
a"'1 whooping cough are prohi-
bitetl from nding in passenger
cars interurban cars or street
LUBBOCK LUBBOCK COUNTY TEXAS.
of any above mentioned build
ings or cars including street cars
in maAa an nfTnP And brushing
of teeth or expectorating in
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basins used for lavatory pu rpo-
ses prohibited and placards
cal lin a attention to both are re-
quired. Premises of depots and J
stations must be drained and;
cisterns or water containers)
screened against the mosqui-
to. NEGRO PORTERS PLACED UNDER
Negro porters are prohibited
from sleeping in berths or using
bedding intended for white
passengers beperate compart
ments are required. This will
necessitate berths in the smok-
ing apartments being set aside
for their uses.
Tin fTet. and dininir cars have
the same requirements as to
cleaning with special require-
ments as to cleaning of refriger-
ators food loxes. etc. Sleeping
cars are required to be thorough-
ly cleaned and disinfected twice
Interurban cars and street
t washed withe a
hose and scrubbed
A premium is placed upon the
vacuum process of cleaning by
authorising a less seldom clean-:
ing. scrubbing and disinfecting!
when this cleaning apparatus lsj
YEUMM. Tin; plepakation!
Kill TRANSPORTATION Of
li:D itoiiii.s ;
These r.iies are practically the
; same as now in us.- in every.
state in the I nion.
Podies dead from Asiatic chol-
era..l)Utoric plague typnus ie.-
erjor smallpox are prohibited
from being transjiorted.
liodies dead f rom diphtheria
scarlet fever glanders anthrax
or leprosy must le thoroughly
embalmed lefore shipment
Podies dead from diseases
which are not contagious may
be shipped in a sound coffin or
casket enclosed in a sound wood
en box without sjx'dal prepara
tion provided they will reach
their destination within thirty
hours from time of death.
Disinferred bodies to le treat
ed as infectious or dangerous
and not accepted for transporta
tion unles3 remwva! has been ap-
proved by State and local health
S. R. Pierce one of Lubbock's
most oouular business men quiet
ly slipiieel aw ay last week and on
Jan. the 19th 1910 taken unto
himself a blushing bnde. This
occured in the beautiful city of
Denison at the home of the brides
parents on above date mentioned.
The ceremony was pronounced
by the Kev. C. I Huffhines of
Garland a school day friend and
room mate of the groom. The
happy couple left on the five
o'clock train for Waxahachie
where the parents of the groom
live. After spending a few hi-
nv days there they departed for
their home at Lubljock. arriving
here Saturday evening the 22nd.
Mr. Pierce is one of Lubbock s
most progressive young business
men and numlrs hu friends by
the scores. While not personally
acquainted with the bride Mr.
S. K. Pierce we dare aay that
he is worthy of the trust put in
her by her husband and that the
w ill make him a lotnf and cheer-
ful companion thnughout this
The Avalanche joins the many
friends of this young couple in
u uhimr forthetn the many Mess-
intrtofthis world on this thiir
mt Important step In lire anil
that th richest blessings may
C. A. Jeplin a in from the
L'r.. settlement Wednci Uy.
THURSDAY JANUARY 27 190
nouhc.mptiLi f Church Service l'ro-
trraniM etc. In this column free of
;iarjt w no rev(.nuc j received
fr0m the semix-. toditor.
JUNIOR B. Y. P. U.
For Sunday January 30th at
3:30 p. m.
Song -No. 448.
Subject-"The Home Base."
2 Cor. 6: 1-17 -Leader.
Bible reading and comments:
1. God remembers works
Heb. C: 10-12-Irene Dixon.
2. We must keep up good
works. Titus 3: 8-i) Eva Whee-
Paper: "Our Foreign Board"
Recitation Grade Prown.
The Bible leads us to goon
works. 2 Tim. 3: 14-17 Maggie
Paper: "Our Home Board"
God is glorified by work John
15: 5-9 Myrtle Patterson.
Violin solo. Eva YYheelock and
Recitation Dezzie Johnson.
Paper: "Our Sunday School
Board" Lilly Barclay.
SENIOR league program
For January 3ith.
Tne Epvvorth League and Mis-
sions. Matt. L: -': Acts K
OiKT.ing song selected.
Prayer by Pev. Hardy.
Responsive of Psalms 2
Sjecial prayer for Missionar-
ies. Rev. Overton.
The Epworth League and Mis-
sions Mrs. Newcomb.
A survey of the Mission fields
11 of a nation. Mrs.
The first quarterly conference
of the Methodist church at this
place will be held in the Metho-
dist church Saturday at 4:iK)
o'clock. Rev. G. S. Hardy pre
siding elder of the Plainview
District will be present and hold
Still the weather remains tine
for farm work and all are mak
ing use of it
Mrs. Welingham who has been
visiting her sister returned to
hpre home in Oklahoma last
Glenn Parker of Post City
u-aa visitinc his sister. Mrs. W.
0. Burford the first of the week.
Mrs.' Davis is having a nice
house built near the school house.
Douglas Pounds is head man on
The Acuff pe-ople got that car
of coal in last wee a
Bro. Ilobertson will preach at
the Acuff school house . Saturday
night and Sunday if the weather
John Baldridge cf Tahoka. was
in our neighWhotnl Sunday vrs-
itinir his sister. Mrs. I 0. Bur-
ford and family
Jno. Hufsteniier uf near Uib
U k. was visiting W. J. bUicup'- ...-u. . . ... -- .
J. P. Hansard of Lubbock
was out to aee his children at L
0. Burford'a Sunday.
Will More of IiblKick. dnll-
Li - ur'.l for Mrs.
JL 1- Ho.pi and wife i-r.t
Saturday and Sunday at lAibbk
on busine ss
A LITTLE RAILROAD
MUCH ACTIVITY IS BEING SHOWN
THE PEOPLE SHOULD
IN TOUCH WITH EVERY
Now is the Time To Get Results And a Day Lost May Mean Years
Of Disappointments. Lubbock Needs More Roads and It
Is Up to Tha People To Get Them.
The latest rejorts from the !
Acme Quanah and Pacific is to
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trie eneci uiai iucj nave nu.
ors in the field and have not ful
ly decided the route to be taken.
The Gulf Texas and Western
have built from Jacksboro to Sea-
born and are pushing on west.
Ben B. Cain vice-president
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ana general manager nas jum j
made an inspection of the line
and says that it will continue
west but would not say to what
point he intended to go.
It seems very feasible that with
proper inducements this road can
be secured for this town. Fact
is we are rather inclined to be-
l eve that this road would like P
rome to Lubbock for the reason
that it would give th? towns of j
Fort Worth and Dallas a direct
road to the plains and these two
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Mile. S. I'. Stcbiw LJitor.
Sometime ago a man in New must not fail to strike quick
York was fined $M) for giving hard blows at every assailable
tobacco to a giraffe. Almost imint. We need to remember
simultaneously a tavern keeper haU-ach life is a constant ser-
in Chicago was lined $o for sell-j"1 hag pjven uga precjous
ing whiskey to children. That s & blessed work to do for Him.
right take care of the giraffes yye niust live as we would teach
but no matter about the chil- others to live so that by that
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evening recently a man over-
heard a loy of perhaps 12 years
of age say to another of his age
w!.o was smoking a cigar "oh
dear I wish I had a 'chaw' of
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tobacco." And we know this
tice has increased o su n ai
amazing extent and is attended
with such alarming results that
it is being prohibited m a few of
our schools and legislation .18lThe body is the temple of the
iK-ingbroughttobcar upon lUi . . then
The legislative assembly of er-
manv has strictlv interdicted the
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use of tobacco to all youth under
If. years or age. This prohibi- j d&y fw Vs Name.g gake
tion is based on the fact that i jresg gupt
tolaooi lessens the future ca-; -
pacitv of service to th Sute ' SUckton Henry editor and
esiec'ial!y in military life. The ! proprietor of the Post City l ost
New Jersey assembly and senate j was a pleasant visitor in the Ava-
has passed a bill to prevent the lanche office Wednesday forenoon
Ha) of cigarettes to minors He was enroute to Clous N. M..
under 16 years of age. making and was waiting for the north
such sale and otTensc. punish- tra.n tc . pull out Mr.
... t .. .-.a-.nrr4flt Henry retorts Pest City moving
This bill was the effect of a sin-
gular insunce of the evil effects
of cigarette smoking develop -
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'el in jersey e u. ur
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lis Naval Academy had passed
his examination but he was re
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jectenle.n the ground of physical
disability it was found that tlx ;exUmiei trip into .ew ir.i
glands of his throat had lnen '( and als to Lis oi l home at ML
destrovrd and hu tonsils eaten ;(!in. where be if!tl .: r.M
away on account ef erie rr. When asked if he i.roiu U
cigarette smoking. jan)ot e Uck with l.irn I " m.Ud
How ran we as rartha! tem-!ai thr-. it wo.ii sarp . ;-e.
M ranee men ar.4 woti.en use orUn wwtf r.ary uur g
ir any wa) enouri' e-r ihir.k ! U !. s in k.
IN TWO ROADS
MOVE NOW BEING MADE
places are awake to the fact that
Kansas City is a competitor for
The development of the plains
'country is being closely watched
I from all joints and any available
! place" away from here would do
well to connect up with Lubbock
Ion account of the fact that this
will oe one oi uic himu jic uia-
lri)nnjnj t)nts 0f this territory
u- B.rrwi that LublxK-
We are all agreed that Lubljock
needs more railroads and now
that two are seeking new territo-
ry and with proper encourage-
ment might be brought here it
appears at or.ee that the proper
thing to do is for the enterprising
people; of this section to hit the
ball and never stop until loth
roads are landed.
It can bo done and there is no
need of arguing the immense'
amount of good that. v. id tvsuit.
lightly of this needless this
i hateful thing tobacco.
If we would as individually do
! all in our power to protect our
homes and purify our streets we
: me oiners win iomow us us wc
We ne-ed the reign of a reli-
gion of the mhv. which shall
; .lato with Christs wholesome
practical yet blessedly spiritual
religion of the soul. The King-
;dom of Heaven is witnin you
ghall have a new signihcance to
whose brain blood and brawn
I eliminatedf by agcs of
Btatemen. nor one
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muicaine vi leuipic inoaiu-
a!ng nicely and his .arT doing
. a fair ImKiness. The railnd
track on the SanU le hoe is
: ciiitin to thetaiHrnrk. wMtn
puts that U.wn within fourtn-n
J. II. Kimmel who is associat
ed w ith the Jno. P. Lew is & Co.
dry gls. has returned from an
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Dow, James L. & Turner, John F. The Lubbock Avalanche. (Lubbock, Texas), Vol. 10, No. 29, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 27, 1910, newspaper, January 27, 1910; Lubbock, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth287797/m1/1/: accessed March 17, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .