Bryan Morning Eagle. (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. TENTH YEAR, No. 223, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 24, 1905 Page: 2 of 4
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E. J. Fountain & Co.
V EOETA BLCS
Onions Kershans Potatoes Egg Hants
Su ed repptrs Btels Celery
Snap Beans Green Teas Cabbage
Fresh Butter Toga 'Blend lea
Xew Catch Maderel
Eaur4 at Us PoctoEc ieoe class mll
BY COXXELLY CARXF.S.
Per Week. 15c
Per Month. 40c
THURSDAY. AUGUST 21.
Franklin Texaa has organized
State assessable values have in-
creased twenty-five million dol-
Printer's ink brings trade. Don't
forget this. It is a fundamental
law of business now.
DR. TABOR AS'D HIS CRITICS.
The Kagle'a telegraphic columns
contained yesterday morning un-
der a New Orleans date the follow-
While Alabama is showing evi-
dences of reason in treatment of
tbe situation Texas authorities
continue to put Into effect every
week severer rules until now it
requires eleven days' detention to
get into that state.
This evidently refers so far as
Texas is concerned to the new
ruling by State Health Officer
Tabor that all itersons from in
fected districts must remain in
some uninfected district six days
before entering the state and they
will then be held five days at de-
tention camps upon entering
If they make peace the ''treaty lexaa.
of I'rtrumnnth" will be a notab e I he .New Urleans editor oi tne
hietoricallandruark for hundreds I Associated Tress evidently think
of years. I that the Texas health officer is
"" " I nt "sbnwintF evidence of reason."
The estimate placed upon
portunt strategic action by
The weekly weather ami crop
bureau report issued Wednesday
hit the bears in the cotton market
a heavy jolt.
Even Missouri has had three
cases of yellow fever but so far
none in Texas. Old Texas is get-
ting pretty foxy.
A damage suit has liegun at
Texarkana over a dog Galves-
That's better than to begin un-
der a dog.N
If you will take a trip out in the
country now count tbe bolls on a
few stalks of cotton and interview
a few cotton pickers you can
probably sell a story to Wall
Street speculators at a good price.
Collier's Weekly has done a
noble work in exposing the hen-
iousness of tb patent medicine
business. As a bunco game and
a dangerous one for the public
health it is the fraud of tbe cen-
tury. The income of eorne news-
papers would be wonderfully cur-
tailed by the cessation of the bus-
iness and such journals have come
to the defense of tiie poor manufac-
turers of "dope." To thrive oil
such a damnable tr.nle is not a
thing to be proud of.
general in command to be of
value must take into account the
actual conditions in the strate-
gist's own territory as well as the
conditions that exist in the terri-
tory of the enemy. Dr. tieorge R.
Tabor the state health officer is
the general to whom Texas is
looking for protection from a very
dangerous r e ne m y entrenched
across tbe Texas border. The ter-
ritory within the borders of Texas
that is susceptible to yellow fever
infection is more extensive than
that of all the other gulf states.
This great territory with many
populous districts and cities lies
untouched by the scourge like
a great prairie it unmown
grasses fanned by the breezes of
heaven presenting a scene of ap-
parent security and peace; yet sus-
ceptible to a spark that might
start a conflagration with awful
destruction in its power.
Dr. Tabor is not behind the ad
vam-ed Hunkers who have revo-
lutionized all former theory and
! practice regarding yellow fever;
yet accepting all this and admit
ting further that with modern pro
ees-es of combatting it tbe dis
eafe is robbed of many of its ter
We cut the price of all
As Follows for Cash
$5.00 Oxfords 3 35
1 4. 00 Oxfords 2
$3.50 Oxfords 2.45
$3.50 Tan Shoe 2.75
All Straw Hats Half Off
All Summer Underwear Men 1
Soft Xegllgee Shirt in Pongees
Mercerized and Mohair materials
and all Fancy Half-Hone at
() N K - F O V It T H O F F
We want to turn these goods Into
cash before fall goods arrive. That
la why the price are cut o low.
You'll save money by buying now
and reserving them until next
summer but remember there are
several hot dajs to follow yet
THIS S U M M K It
IS SPREADING OUTSIDE
Several Louisiana Parishes Report
SIXTY-NIX EAT LEVEE
AbVJ Tare Huadred lloa.ea Arc at
That flare and .Nearly Every
One Sild to Coatala a
i'atirat of Some klod.
A TWENTY-FIVE CENT BOTTLE
SUFFICIENT TO MAKE FIVE
fiAL. DISINFECTING SOLUTION
Tarsol instantly deodorizes and ilisiufects. Arrests decom-
position and prevent contagion.
TWENTY-FIVE CENTS PER BOTTLE
EM MEL & MALONEY
rors nevertheless its introduction
into Texas would In? a great ca
Iamitv. though Lut a uncle cane
of tbe disease should occur. For
a pemi-tjopical climate tbe euru
mer is not nearly gone; frost re
mains many moons removed while
the great commercial reason is at
hand. Strenuous quarantine dU
turbances under excitement now
are fraught with untold millions of
dollars of loss to the commercial
Dr. Tabor can afford to be classed
by over-zealous partisans of the
new school as a man not "showing
evidences of reason" much better
than he can afford to subject his
state to tbe awful ordeal of blocked
commerce and a terrorized jiopula
tion sacrificing commercial inter
ests tind suflering disorganization
and business anarchy. To ignore
direct evils resulting think of the
demoralization to our schools
alone. Preparation are mudo for
fall openings all changed all ar
rangements demoralized. Think
of the reputation of our state.
Nearly every Southern state in-
volved and Texas e.-caping on the
one baud with the resulting com
pliments to our medical men our
population for ulirlnes- and san
itary efficiency. On the other
hand think of Texas dragged
down with the rest regarded as
unsafe for investments for health
anil happiness even cn account
of recurring plague.
The stake- arewell worth the
pains that Dr. Tabor is taking to
win. He should have encourage
ment from bis own eople the
only source from which under the
circumstances it could be expected.
An aggregation of twenty-five
refined shows will constitute the
midway at the State Fair at Dallas
this year ocores of other attrac-
tions and amusements will be in
evidence including a figure eight
the Rivers of Venice tbe toboggan
tho merry-go-rouud etc. The lair
will begin on Saturday Sept. 30th
and close Oct. 15th. Tbe railroads
will announce the lowest rates
thev have ever made to Dallas. I
New Orleans. Auf. II. Up to
'clock Tuesday rvenlivg the official yel-
low fever report was as follows: New
cases. 67; total canes. 1501; deaths ;
total deaths ZU; new foil :i; total
fix I 312; remaining under treatment
With the fever checked In the city
and plans under way to prevent further
reinfection from the country the local
situation Is still encouruglna. Of the
new foci eight are above Canal street
one Is In Hosu Park a fashionable res-
idence district opening Into St. Churlcs
avenue a well-known cltlsen and mem-
ber of (iowrnor Illaiu hard's stuff bring;
the victim. Another cus Is at a hoys'
college fur downtown one of the em-
ployes Im-Iiiic stricken. Kev. Father
Avellhe. paMor of St. Maurice church
is another atlcnt. Of the deaths only
one occurred uptown and he was u
clerk who hud been living here nine
The news from outside the city
shows the continued seriousness of the
Mtuatlon from that point of view.
iH-tlnltM Information was received from
Ir. iH-vron. st.ite health officer eent to
Levee at t lie inounth of Hayou La-
fourche a fi-w l.iys uko. His report
shows that the first news received from
there whs nut exaggerated. lhnlrnr two
days of work there he found the follow-
ing: Sixty-nine ponltlve cimes of fever.
63 suspicious cases and 145 cams of
detiKue. lie udds:
"There are about 300 housvs and
families here anil 1 do not think there
is a simile house which ha not one or
more cases of sickness. The -orle are
completely distracted and demoralized
and all seems to have lost ambition to
He asks fur more doctor and nurses
a the situation I beyond the capacity
of the man. lb-. reports two more deaths
since his arrival.
I'alterson reports fifteen new case
niil no deaths.
St. Tammany par!r-h reports :i posi-
tive case on the ro.id betwven Mamie- '
vllle and l ulsliurc. whhh came from
New I irle.ins.
II iti-ori City reports six new a s.
Kenrier r- t'orts one new case.
Tlnre w.is one death on the I'.Wr.-
belli plantation in Ih. rvlllo.
Sarpy plantation teioit two new
i a s. s.
St. Itose. In St. Clailes pirl-li has
two raxes with one d a I.
I'orlnne plantation. In SI. Ilirn.irl
parish below tin- city. re'io'-ts one
death an Italian I ov. w i . 1 1 j the lil.-x-
pellellie.l nurse allowed to lit 1! 1 h or
red beans and rice. h' i he should
have lie. n denied all food.
.llssllp I City p ports three new
cases mid says the report that the st ite
board of liilth has del I ire. I the fever
epldetidi- there fs unfounded.
Capital G 60000
Surplus and Profits 0 30000
Deposits - 0300000
We offer you a solid institution
and solicit your business
G. S. PARKER
A. W. WILKERSON
B U L LETIN NUMBER 5
The Great Northern Telegraph Company reports that the Chee
Foo Shanghai cable It Interrupted. However thla will not
hare any bearing on tho aaleaof
IILATII & M I LLIGAN
for (lAKTif. lloWKI.L A WKltll carry a complete stock at
all times. Present demand for Heath & Mllllgau I'alnta
li UK ATI: ST ON liKCOUI)
THK HOME MAN WINS"
Catt Outiids of New Orleans Are
Mors a Menses.
Houston. Auif. -H. I r. tb-orce Tabor
has lieen eliK itced In wati hlnir the out-
sit of hi army of protection against
the Invasion of yellow fever II-
state thut the detention camps are In
good shajw. without anythlntc esjieclally
new other than the occasional dls-
churfte of rnptlves. w htme terms of pro-
bation have expired.
The doctor also sent out some guards
to add to the strength In that line. II
stated In ssaklnK of the fever In New
Orleans and Louisiana that while he
hud no hope of New Orleans staiiipinir
out the fever In-fore frost he regard -d
It ss a Hint of less danger to Texas
than the cases In the state of Louisiana
outside of the city. In other words
that the scatrerlntf of the fever out Into
the state wn a kTeler menace to
Texss than when confined to New- r-
Ir. Tabor ha notified the railroads
that no more persons can be r--c-ve
at Ki ho detention camp. It li- li.tc full
Epidemic at Miiin:ppi City
J.n ksoii. Miss.. Aiii:. I'll. The i ... n-
tlve committee of II st ite hoar I --f
health has dec In r I How fe.r j .
ileinlc at MI..-lsMpt. City and ! I
tr. Charles Le I!. iron in ihat.-e of tt
city to ccfotio sn h sii ltary run! i-
Hons us lie may ! . : i piopir.
For reliable u p t o d a t e work go to
Full line of Fine Moulding at cut price.
We frs-ine pictures to unit r.
We will sl.ortly- teceiv e equipment for the new Itroiuitle
ji.-oces of eiilarll." ii'Mires.
(iive us a call w!.n vo'.i wat.t I'.rst-i-lasH work at reason-
HV FEVER ABOLISHED.
Child Ssys Hi Held Father While
Mother Brck His Neck
Knoxville. T-nn.. Auk. 2J. The llltb-
datiKhter of Mrs. John Le.c lately a
widow by the supposed suicide of her
husband a sawmill man. who r sided
near Cleveland. Tctm . ha eonfesse) to
her ttraii'lniol Iht at Murray (a. where
she had Is-en sent on a visit that her
mother and James lllx. also a saw mill
man. who hoarded 'it th- home of the
!ns. killed her father. The sdory Is
one of the most revi III: ar In the crim
inal anna's of Tennessee. I.1.1 u is
found hanirlnif hv a rope whh h was at
tached to one of th beam of Hip .n
mill bis nei k broken. A coroner's
Jury pronoiimed him a suicide Tin 11
lllx and Mr. Lei dls.it i-are. Tt-e
little Kill de lares Mix to ld her fath-r
whlf.- her toother broke his neck with 1
wesnon telin hrr here i.
strike. They threatrne. to kill the
chllil If she told accorilins: to the Uni
on. Mix rs lieen arrested at .'"t rl-.r
I'lace Ca.. and otlcer are ooklii(t for
lr. Ia at Sherman Ifelichts. Ten'i..
here she Is !slt Ins;.
Medical Science Discover! a Cure (or
Thii Malady by Breathinr Hyomei.
Among the important additions
made to medical science in recent
years uone is more notable than the
positive announcement of a cure for
hay fever. Fxhaustlve experiment
with Hyomei prove that this treat-
ment will prevent tiie attacks of hay
fever If used for two or three Weeks
before the annual appearance of the.
disease and it may be relied upon.
If used faithfully after the sueezinv
and other annoy liitf symptoms have
appeared to relievo at mice and
alTord a permanent cure.
Stomach dosing rantiot cure hay
fever. A changM of climnte is the
only treatment tliitt give any relief.
and Hyolllel Which medicate tiie
air you breathe act upon ti.i pt in-
rlple. givltiif hi your own home a
(Innate n healthy ns that of the
White Mountains' or othtr health
The complete Hyolllel outfit cost
but l. extra bottles ol) cents. K.J.
Jenkins having seen the olid ellect
follow in' the uo of Hyoluci hi mi
liwitiy cases o( hay tevi r that lie is
willing to sell the treatment with
the understanding that if it d." imf
give satisfaction the money will be
refunded to J'oii.
jW. C. FOUNTAIN
! Crown and BriJze work a spec
) ialty. Office up-stairs over Hurt
NorwT hl's store.
Temporary Administrator's Sale.
Ity virtue of an order of the count v
court of Hraoa county I will sell at
private sale for cash at the late resi-
dence of Mrs. Zelia llolineville) de-
ceased all th household and kitchen
furniture and household effects of
whatever kind within said building
belonging to the estate of the said
Those desiring to purchase any of
said property will call on Mrs.
Blanch Hall at l!otuievile residence.
(. I' r.uchanan. Temp. Adm.
1!23 Hy V. It. Hudson Attv.
Fireplace or heater per cord . . .fjOc
Split stove wood per cord nc
ALL WORK O T A R A X T K E I)
Thone inr ) rnrn
345 JVC rLLI.Cn
J. W. Batts
KEAL E3TATK AGENT
OFFICE IN TALIAFERRO BUILDING
! OPPOSITE COURT IIOL'HE.
j PltoNK Xn. 37.
! H ts efllee theonlr set of Ahstrsrt Books Of
j i4wwsuij kui I oira.
j FOR HALE.
I 111 acres of black sandy land lo-
1 cateu it nines norm 01 itryau. All
1 under fence. Improvements cost
'over lisoo ui. l'rlce ll.VOO per acret
I Terms easy.
l.Vi'j acres of land located on mail
'route " mile north of ISryan.
About 71) acres in cultivation. Near
I ly all under fence. 10 acre hog pas-
ture (ion 1 1 room resilience and 2
room tenant house. (ioo water.
'I I. M Is a llrt clam place. 1'rtco
flO. i per acre.
j oil acre ..f good black sandy land
'about 1.1 mile noith of Hryan mi
! mail route. I'oiir-rootii house; irood
well ; acn in cultivation. 1'rloo
ill' acres s miles from Hryan; l.t)
acre in cultivation; 10 acre "hog pas
ture; nainiice in pasture ; u-rooiu res-
idence; 2 tenant housas; tiarn cost
Trice si no per acre.
71 acres about pj miles north-east
of llryan : about 75 acres under fence
and cleared ; balance timber l'rlce
".ih) per acre.
Five Mom residence with about
two acres of land located near school
house. Price $I;KSP.(.
Ten room residence and 40 acrea
of land in citv limit. Tenant house
barn. etc. Price a:KJ.ou. Tenna
The X. R. Cole Mock lu Hall s
addition l'rlce $75o.i)o.
One quarter of a block In eastern
part of town price iP.5
212 acres of land on east aid of
town known as the Caldwell pasture.
Will sell In tracts to suit purchasers
and on easy terms
3 lots iu good neighborhood with
fine hde trees. Price f.KsJ. Terms
l Iota near Allen Academv. Price
62 acrea of land with (rood small
residence bored well and all nee-
cessary Improvements located in
aide of city limits. Price 11600.00
tertna reasonable. This la a barzain
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