Jacksboro Gazette. (Jacksboro, Tex.), Vol. 26, No. 20, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 12, 1905 Page: 1 of 4
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JACKSBORO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1905.
JoM.B»iSl,«I HOTEL J1D10 IKD'0™f “fbv|
KnjkendaU's Drug Store. %
l A. RICKLES,
All Dental work first class in
ev.ery respect. Guaranteed.
SURVEYOR, NOTARY PUB-
LIC, GENERAL LAND
& COLLECTING AGENT.
lias only Abstract of Jack County
Jacksboro, Jack Co., Texas.
FARMERS and STOCKMEN:-When
you are in town, you are requested to
make Hotel Jacksboro your headquar-
ters. Special rates to all home folks.
First class accommodation and best of
J. KMIEC, Prop.
T. D. SPORER,
‘Lost Valley" Lands 1-2 or
More Yet Unsold.
As good as there is at $6.00,
$8.00, $9.00, $10.00 and $11.00
per acre. Home people secure
some of this before too late.
W. P. Stewart.
AS EVERY ONE KNOWS
Goods Bought in Car Lots
CAN BE SOLD FOR LESS
Money than when they are bought in
lppal lots. That is the way we buy our
goods. The following is what we have
A p/tn fl IT Charter Oak Stoves
r\ vHlI Ul and Ranges. *
1A O A D O C famoi;is Buckeye
;rt VfIn Ul Grain Drills.
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W9 are daily expecting our thl
Moon Bros, buggies, carriages,
, The above together with our heavy purchases in our va-
ripd lines constitute the Largest Stock of Hardware,
Stoves, Y ehicles, Implements, Shelf hardware, Glass-
and Queensware west of Fort Worth.
until January 1st, 1906, we will make you
prices on our stock for cash.
ask you to come and let us show you what we
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INSECTS. THE HOUSE-FLY
ONE OF MAN’S WORST
Dr. John V. Shoemaker, Presi-
dent of the Medico-Chirugical
College of Philadelphia, in dis-
the germs to the gelatine. The 11 IRFRTY IS DEAD
house-fly has no mouth-parts for |
biting, and only in this accident- j
al way does it carry microbes.
ON CUBAN SOIL
But Dr. L. 0. Howard, entomol CONDITION DECLARED TO
ogist-m-chief of the Government,
BE WORSE THANNOW
New York—“Liberty is dead
says that no fewer than seventy-
six other species of flies are more
or less dangerous for the same
reason, and six of these species
he found represented among
. ,. . twenty-three hundred flies caught I in Cuba and the condition’of af-
cussing disease-carrying insects, , at rancjom in kitchens and dining- fair3 there is worse than it ever
says: Certain msects, for some- rooma in various parts of the was under Spanish rule, even in
time suspected of habitual of- United States, from Massachu- the most ferocious periods of the
fenses against the common weal, sett8 to California and from New Weyler government. Financial
have recently been arraigned for York to Louisiana. Even the Lin and dishonor face thepeo-
and convicted of high and note- tiny fruit flies, often seen in U if things continue as they
rious crimes. Death m other houses in autumn, attracted by are the nation will be converted
words, extermination, a,3 far as overripe or decaying fruit, are to | into one hereditary rule.”
may be practicable is the penal- be regarded with serious suspi- That declaration was made last
Zid^toviTToJnZnZe- S: inasmuchas they breedin "ight General Jose Miguel
mos^drastemeasure^can secure Man’s most intimate compan-|0f SanfefClara and candidate of
^f^ ^ lonamon8’insecta, the house-fly,j the liberal party for the presi
hnm*n Lf wnrifl !S 0ne °f hl3 worat enemies- lt dency of Cuba, at the New Am-
• * ^ j j rs Pr°hably a carrier of the con- sterdam hotel, where he is stop
r5w^nahfnp<!danger0US d un'|tagion of scarlet fever, and per- ping. Upon his arrival on the
mi .. . . .. haps of smallpox also a theory gteamshiD Monte rev from Hava-
The recent epidemic Of yellow which, if accepted, will account L yesterday General Gomez re-
fevermNew Orleans, for exam- for the rapidity of the spread of fused to discuss Cuban affairs at
pie, has been wholly attributable those diseases when once they | length, but after he had rested
to one species of mosquito. With- have got a start Unquestiona. t h[ botl he was more commu-
out this insect, indeed, there can j Uy it conveys infection from nicative.
Which fnfZntnXT^/wn!f0reS: The pu“le is.’ indeed, toj “I come to this country fora
• a T , imagine why, in this epoch of rest, ” he said, and he continued
fnt manv thousand? of’ enlightenment’ the proPagation! "to breathe the air of liberty
tacked Northern citi q with <se dangerous pest should be that i3 lacking in my own coun-
tacked Northern cities 3e‘ permitted and even encouraged, try and for which I have fought
venty-the mosquitos brought by when it might be practically ex- L so long.
ships from infected ports, proba-1 terminated and done away with “On false charges the govern-
one hundred vears^agTit wined by making compulsory the sprink- ment assassinates the liberals,
e undred1 years ago it wiped bng0f all stable-waste and pig- the jails are filled with political
out a large fraction of the popu- gtiea with kerosenp from * a 3 are nuea witn political
lotion of Piiiiorioio^io o-i,. sues Wlin Kerosene irom a wa- prisoners and we have no hope
within the w haffPdn7en v?Irqtering'p0t once or twice a week- of justice from judges and magis-
t in the last half-dozen years Thege laceg produce almost the trates who recognize the will of
have we come to know the cause entire * of hm]„p ^are3 wno rec^nize tne W1U 01
of mischief and to recognize the 1CTt Cr°P ° hou9e-flle3- the government
deadly enemy in the Stegomyia v,e are hindered in casting
fasciata, which is sole carrier of | DECLARED FOR 1 ° Jr vote3 and Cuba 13 n0’' su,‘
the germs of disease.
Unfortunately, the disease-
carrying insects—at all events,
the worst of them—are the ha-1 MASSACHUSETTS REPUB-
bitual companions of man, and
have been such ever since prehis-
toric times. The distribution of
mosquitos over the world has
been accomplished largely by
ships, railroads knd other means
fering a reign of terror never
TARIFF RFVIQIHkl [equaled under Spanish tyranny.
Iftmrr nLVIOIUR|Itwagsueh tbing3a3 these that
made us withdraw from the elec-
tions. Public funds are used for
electoral purposes. The sanitary
condition of the island is a dis-
grace. The Cuban government
has employed thousands of men
in the sanitary . departraa»fc.-biife
IN TARIFF WAR.
W. A. SHAWN,
BUILD CHARACTER AS
WELL AS DEVELOP
The Jacksboro National Bank
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Know the Facts
About Your County?
ou Know That
It Is One of the Best
Boston, Oct. 6. —Withonly onev ___________
...... , .voice raised in opposition tneTfor voting, not for working pur-
o transportation which we have Republicans of Massachusetts in poses.
furnished. Flies unquestionably atate conventi9n today declared “It has become impossible to
st^^rtne imeefcK>n^of ^nw&£id j for revjsion 0f tbe tariff. * dare to oppose' the government
fever, and our "-’timnvitcd -but]—Contrary to^^expectations the without risk of one’s life and
ever-present house guest, the!radical wing of^the party, under liberty. The mayor of Havana
rat, harbors a certain kind of flea the leadership of Eugene N. Foss | has been deprived of his ^office
which is more than suspected of of Boston, did not offer a substi-1 against the law and the whole
being chiefly instrumental in the tute for the plank in the platform city council have been dismissed
spread of the dreaded bubonic relating to the tariff, although in because they were liberals. No
plague, otherwise known as the a speech to the delegates, it was one dare3 confess his political
“black death.” declared that the revision of the opinions for fear of a3sas3ina-
Just as there can be no yellow I tariff favored in the state plat- tion, for which purpose the most
fever without the Stegomyia form was not sufficiently wide in desperate criminals are allowed
mosquito, so it may be that its scope. by the government to be at large,
plague cannot Become epidemic Mr. Foss said, however, that “For what is happening in
without the aid of the flea in ac- be and his followers were en- Cuba the United States govern
complishing its distribution. At couraged at the concessions made ment has a direct responsibility,
all events, the facts already as- to them and that next year they Palma is enabled to do as he is
certained are of an interest and would expect to have the conven- doing only by telling the people
importance not to be overestimat- tion accept their proposition in every day that in case of revolu-
ed. its entirety. tion or disorder the United States
Now, there seems to be good The President is also heartily would send troops to punish them
reason for believing that fleas indosed for “his fearless enforce- and to sustain the Palma govern-
may also be responsible for the ment of laws made to prevent ment.
spread of leprosy. At all events, great corporations from oppress- “I believe that if the Platt
the assertion is made with confi- ing the people by unjust discrim- amendment holds the United
dence by Dr. Albert S. Ashmead ination or by the destruction of States government responsible
of New York, a leprosy expert, lawful competition.” for order in Cuba, it should nev-
and we have recent news that On the subject of the tariff, er be taken for supporting the
Dr. Juan Carrasquilla of Bogota the platform says: “We believe unlawful acts of the present gov-
claims to have found the bacillus that the policy of protection to ernment and to serve a3 a screen
of leprosy in the intestines of the American labor and American for the commission of such acts
flea. It is the flea of the dog, industry should be maintained, as have been committed against
cat and hog that is specially con- But we recognize the fact as de- the opponents of that govern-
cerned, and suggestion is made j dared by the national Republican ment. It is the duty of the
that the rapid progress of this convention at Chicago that rates United States to put a stop to
dreadful disease after its intro- Uhoidd be changed when condi- such a condition and if affairs
duction into some of our flea-in- ka7e s? changed that the continue as they are much longer
tested Southern cities may be | SSofSShI VshaI1 have to aPP“>l t“‘ba
Kansas City Journal: One of
the greatest and most beneficial
changes in the public school sys-
tem in this country is its ethical
evolution in regard to the wel-
fare of the pupil. Formerly the
chief, indeed, almost the only
concern was the intellectual de-
velopment of the child. Begin-
ning in its early days with the
three Rs,” mental training ad-
vanced in rapid stages to isms
and ologies until the pupil’s head
was crammed with undigested
knowledge, often to its serious
detriment in respect to physical
and mental health. The system
threatened to become a sort of
literary stuffing process similar
to that by which Strassburg
geese are converted into pate de
foie gras. The real objects of
school, teaching the child how to
study and inculcate a love of
knowledge, were in most cases
ignored in favor of the cramming
Of late years, particularly here
in Kansas City, it has come to be
recognized that education is as
important in the building up of
character as in the development
of the brain. Character building,
which was formerly supposed to
be the province of the home and
the Sunday school, is now a dis
tinctive feature of the public
schools. This is a very fortunate
thing for the coming generation,
in view of the fact that attend-
ance at Sunday school is not as
general as it might be, and even
then is limited to one day in the
week of more or less perfunctory
teaching, while the lessons of the
public schools are thoroughly
taught five days in the week,
Moreover, the public school of-
fers the only opportunity for the
development of character in
Counties in Texas?
Every citizen should know
about his county and he
this by spending
$1.00 a year for the
It is the paper that
the family enjoy reading
| due to flea-bites. When the local
I fleas have generally acquired the
infection, through biting suffer-
ers from the malady, leprosy,
according to this theory, becomes
United States to do so.
“If the United States should
intervene in the matter of the
elections, and I insist that these
elections should be carried on
G. O. HESS, V. P.
J. Gh MULLENS, V. P.
Transit Dept. Am. j
I Kat’l Bank, Dallas |
(COMMENCED BUSINESS JULY 24TH)
It is conducted on conservative and unquestionably legitimate"
banking principles, and any interests or business intrusted
to it will be cared for to its patrons' entire satisfaction.
YOUR BUSINESS RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED.
«S8k*S 38fc*S SSfcRE i
| LIYERY, FEED and TRANSFER S*
w J. M. MARTIN, Proprietor,
S. E. CORNER SQUARE, JACKSBORO, TEXAS,
Meets all trains. Good rigs to take
parties to all points in the country.
1 DAILY MAIL M TO AWE.
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ibe Now While You
Selling Your Cotton,
-------- The season s first pol4 honestly, it would be provei that
In speaking of the house-fly maY be slight—may yield 180 par cent of the population are
just now, mention was made of 1° early treatment, but the liberals. That proportion of the
its efficiency as a distributor of next cold will hang on people hate Palma and his op-
typhoid fever. That it does longer; it will be more pressions worse than they hated
spread this malady, as well as troublesome, too. U n -1 Weyler, for the conditions' he has
other intestinal diseases, is be- necessary to take chances enforced are worse than ever ex
yond a doubt. During the War on that second one. Scott’s I *s^9(l under Spanish dominion,
with Spain our chief enemy was Emulsion is a preventive
not the Spaniards, but typhoid, as weu as a cure Take I 3as Stood Th9 Test 25 Years
which raged, as will be remem- , 1
swarming over the infected filth a a
that accumulates around a camp, 3?, Jflds ab??nd 'and
flew thence directly to the mess- u l ,, Ve ^ Fo ck Take it
tents, alighting upon the food wh,en.tbePol<JiS contracted
prepared for the soldiers. afid - it checks inflanUDH’ __________
T^e readiness with which flies rion’ ^ea^s the membranes at the Gazette office to suit all
I may carry microbes on their feet °f tbe. throat and- lungs ' customers.
[ has been proved by allowing them an^ ^rlves the cold out.
to walk over“cultures” of typhoid
germs, and then to come into!
contact with sterilized gelatine
In such experiments they have I
invariably transferred some of*
ronment is not of the best. Too
often the indifference or igno-
rance of the parents reduces the
chill’s chances to grow in char-
acter at home to a negative quan-
tity. And where the parents
lack character the child!a__ease is
as hopeless as that a stream can
rise above its source.
Character building in the pub-
lic schools makes for a higher
standard of citizenship in the na- •
.tion. It is carrying out the ideas
of the patriotic forefathers who
planned the country’s institu-
tions. One of their fundamental
principles was enunciated by Su-
perintendent Greenwood in his
address to the teachers the other
day, when he said:
‘The only aristocracy should
be one of character, not founded
on titles and material possessions,
in order to give dignity and
weight to public opinion. The
President of the United States in
his Asbury Park address, touch-
ing this matter says, when speak-
ing of the dangers of swollen
fortunes to the community, that
‘their success sets up a false
standard and so serves as a bad
example for the rest of us. ’ Mind
and character are the better stuff
and of greater value.
“This remark applies to such
as trust in their riches and social
position for the sole purpose of
attaining prominence in the eyes
of the world. Those who permit
their thoughts to move continu-
ally on a low plane of living and
thinking seldom rise to the high-
er spiritual manifestations of life,
and thereby deprive themselves
of the very best there is in this
world—that higher form of com-
munion which adorns and ele-
& MILLING C0.1
SOLICITS A REASONABLE PORTION OF S
COTTON SEED B
EACH AND EVERY COTTON RAISER |
OF THE COUHTT.
We Work Seed on |
a Close Marginf
AND OUR PRICES WILL AT ALL TIMES BE X
FOUND AT THE
w We will give in exchange for one ton of
jjj seed 3000 pounds hulls and 500 pounds
SI meal. We guarantee satisfaction. Try It M
Jfj and be convinced.
The old,original Grove’s Tasteless
ChillTonic. You know what you are
taking. It is iron and quinine in a
tasteless form.No cure.no pay.50c
Send for free sample.
SCOTT & BOWXE, Chemists
409-415 Pear] Street, Sew York
Me. and 91.00 - Al! druggists
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YVe call your attention to a
point in which you are interested
—that of taking a good county
paper. The Gazette is such a
paper and should like to number
you as one of its subscribers. .
As to Insurance Investment.
Review of Reviews: We must
say frankly on behalf of the
insurance companies that it does
not appear thus far that they
have invested the money of the
policyholders unsafely or injudi-
ciously. Such a company as the
New York Life, for example,
qas been making its investments
with great financial skill, for the
benefit of all those concerned.
Where officers or directors had
seemed to be making money for
themselves apart from their sal-
aries, they have not, for the
part, gained anything at the ex-
pense of the policy-holders, but
have merely benefited by the op-
portunities they enjoyed to get
into things on the “ground
Colonists’ excursion to California, Oregon,—Waghington
Montana, Nevada, Utah, Arizona, NewcMexicoT
rado, daily during October. Exceedingly low rates.
Tourist car service after £frst night out.
Homeseekers’ Rates Tuesdays and Saturdays to Panhandle
Country of Texas and Oklahoma, good 30 days. (Stop-
Kansas City and return: Oct. 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11. Royal
Live Stock Show. One fare plus $2.
Chicago and return: Oct. 21, 22, 23. Baptist Convention.
One fare plus 32.
San Francisco, Los Angeles and return: Oct. 17,18, 19,
20, 21. W. C. T. U. Convention. One fare round
trip. Diverse routes.
THROUGH SLEEPERS TO CHICAGO DAILY
The above rates are available for all Exact figures will
be quoted from your station on application. Full details
regarding tourist and other car service also furnished,
and descriptive literature sent free. Write me.
PHIL A. AUER, G.P.A.,C.R.I.&G.Ry.,
Fort Worth, Texas.
securities for their own private
account at what we may call the
wholesale rate as distinguished
from the outside marketing price
that the ordinary investor has to
pay. The way in which socalled
“underwriting syndicates” as-
sume responsibility for a large
issue of a railroad or government
bonds was fully explained at
great length by the officers of
the insurance companies last
month under the probiug ques-
tion of Mr. Hughes, the chief
counsel of the legislative com-
mittee. It would appear that
insurance companies, by going
into partnership with the bank-
ing houses, in, subscribing for
such bond issues, have been able
to invest their great accruing
sums of cash a little more advan-
tageously than if they bought
their securities in the open mar-
ket. In this investing part of the
business, it is not likely to be
shown that insurance funds in
the main have been unfaithfully
or unwisely handled. Where
there is so much to criticise, it is
well to recommend whatever is
floar,” so to apeak, or to handle
AND TOURIST IN
Daily during October the Rock
Island wiU sell colonist one way
tickets to California, Oregon,
Montana, Idaho, Utah, Nevada,
New Mexico, Arizona, Colorado
and Washington at extremely
Daily Tourist car connections
are made via this line, enabling
passengers to go comfortably and
On October 21, 22, 23, round
trip tickets will be sold to Chica-
go for one fare plus $2.
All the above rates are availa-
ble to the general public. The
Rock Island is the only line with
through sleepers, Texas to Chica-
Double daily service to
City and Chicago.
Short and quick line to Ncffthas*-
ka and Western Iowjsv Hour a
ahead of other routes
Write me for rates from, your
station, and. full details.
Phil A. Auer, G. P. A.
.. Box 67T,
Fdtt Worth, Ttxai*.
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Jacksboro Gazette. (Jacksboro, Tex.), Vol. 26, No. 20, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 12, 1905, newspaper, October 12, 1905; Jacksboro, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth730035/m1/1/: accessed November 18, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Gladys Johnson Ritchie Library.