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THE REPORT COMPLETED
Boyd Will Tell of the Quarantine De
partment at Next Meeting
THE BEAUMONTPORT ARTHUR RAILWAY
Charter for It Has Been Socurod Ac
tual Settlers Aro Paying or Their
Landa Austin News Notai
Anrtln Tens Marco 1 Repreientatlve
Shannon of the legislatives Investigating
committee baa completed bis report on tbe
quarantine department and will submit Ms
report to the next meeting of the commit
tee which will be held some time next
week
Chairman nenderson and Clerk Brace aro
till at work In Corslcana checking op the
books of the orphans home
Kepresentatlva Boyd has gone to San An
tonlo to check np the corttlugeut exponse ac
count of tbe conrt of civil appeals uud will
not return to tho capital until Tuesday or
Wednesday
The committee has beeu at work for ttft
weeks
Insurance Permits Renewed
Austin Texas March 1 The following
Insurance companies today renewed their
permits to do business in Texas and also
filed annual reports
Fidelity Mutunl Life of Philadelphia tat
231549 fees 22 Business In Texas dur
log past yeur Policies wiltteu 4U7
amounting to S72705S policies In force
22S5 amounting to JToA H piemluuis
VX 774
raelflc Mutual of San Francisco tax
211353 fees 22 Policies written In
Texas during the yeJr 0f > 7 amounting to
M3S2100 Policies In force 1338 amouut
lng to 2 831170 premiums received Uli
Mnnhelm of Mauhcitn Germany tax
30271 fees 22 certlHfatcs 5 BnMnesj
In Texas durlug the past year Risks writ
ten UL7ISfB piemlums received 30270
lorses paid 55020 amount at risk 22r > 7U0
Bankers Mutual Casualty coinpnny of
Des Moines Iowa tax 2644 office fees
50 Business In Texas dm tog the past
year Risks written burglary SlWtmiO
premiums received 1322 losses paid 700
losses Incurred 700 amount at risk 387
SprlngPeld Fire and Marine of Spring
t id Mess tax S3CU8 agenrs certificates
12 nuslncMi In Texas dmlng the past
year Fire risks written liW > 18 prem
iums received S5US7I losses nlil 10rill
nstt tncurrfd 3S > 20 amount at risk
SUUG40 tornnilo risks written 7n27S
premiums receded JiSBOl losses pnld > < <
looses Incurr6d 2500 amount ai risk i
tl 7S7328
Hartford Life of nartford Conn tax
20M OS agents certificates > < Riislneil
done In Texas dnring the venr IolleliM
written 710 amounting to SlSSDW poli
cies In force 2132 amounting to t tr > 3400
rrcmlums received 1025i7
Sons of Hermann f fan Antonio fees 7
amenta certificate 5
Charters Filed
Austin Texas March 1 The following
charters were tiled today
Iteaumont Port Neches and Port Arthur
railway of Reaumnnt capital stock 7CV
000 Purpose to construct acquire main
tain and operate street railways and subur
ban belt lines of railways within and near
IWanmont and the towns of Port Neebes I
nnd Port AiUinr for tho transportation of
freight and potseugers The road Is to be
on electric rnllway at an eatlmHted length i
of twenty miles Directors C E Itakcr
G A Noel Joseph McCollum Webb Ci iy
Mo H J HopUn Ruffalo N Y D M
Stott Ed Kennedy Beaumont and Ira
Beott Orange
ItussellGrubnm company of Marshall I
capital stock 40000 Put pose general mer
chandise Directors J a Wilson 11 M
and J N Russell
Greenville Telephone company of Green
ville capital sloik 2m i Puipoe to
construct nnd nnlntnln Utephnne Hues
throughout different counties In Tev t In
corporators J T Young C II Jouej and
L A Clarke I
Texas Crude Oil Burner company of 8nn I
Antonio capital stock SWfft Purpose to
manufacture crude oil burners fcr bent and
light Incorporator F A riper T 0
Bateman and Q h rtenson >
National District Telegraph company of
Dallas capital stock 10000 Purpose to
establish telegraph messenger limes In
Texas towns Incorporators O C Pel
ton J L Newton and J J Stephen j
Burger Drug cnmpanv of Waco capital
stock W0 Incorporators F W A V I
nd Rupert Burger I
A Mineral Lecture
Austin Texas Match lDr W R
Phillip of the university who has charge
of the mineral survey entertained a targe
audience last night with nn illustrated
Irctura on tho mineral resources of Pre
sidio and Brewster counties The audience
was highly pleased with what the doctor
tied to say and his pictures were a revela
tion to nearly every one present Among
the pictures exhibited was ono of Tertlnqiia
Brewster county showing a More building
nnd a 25000 smelting plant which cionieJ
210000 last year on the outcktiilrcr p od
nets IIo said that wood was hauled a ds
tance of twenty miles to the smelter and
that within the course of two yeara tbe
wood supply would be entirely exhausted
He said that there was some protipect of
flttdlug coal and If a vein of coal could be
located It would be a godsend to tbe mn
log Interests In that part of the State
The flashlight pictures of the Cinnabar
ore attracted considerable attention nnd
wpen tbe lecture closed Dr Phillips was
congratulated on all sides
Department Note
Austin Texas March 1 Tbe land of flee
lsucd 8X > rvtents to land during tbe month
of February of vthleb 201 were for ichoo
land This goes to ehow that actual set
tlern are sntUtied with their claims and
ere pacing them out as taut as poailble
Tho receipts to the available school fund
rfor February 1002 were 1472 000 as
HKilnst 1801708 for February IDOL
tThe genetal revtnuo receipts for Feb
ruary 1002 were lUS0jT as agalust
ISianl3 for February ITOl
The balance to tbe credit of general rev
enue February 28 1002 was 10 0010 as
against 1053425 February 28 1001
Military commissions were Issued today
as follows R U Lee to lie first Hileu
nut and A O Glass to be second Ieu
tenant of the Garrltty Rifles Corlrana
The attorney general today approved an
Issue of 2000 school bouss bonds for Oak
vljle Live Oak county
Damage Caso Transferred
Austin Texas March 1 A damage suit
for 25000 filed In the Twentysixth dls
trjet court In Williamson county Juue 21
IUX > by John O Clark agnlut the Austin
Awrtlj Texi > tareh t Bute Purtni
a
4 A i
inuitm 1115 i > mi me to u cnuuie power iurlement < iiiniV
Id conts each S to 10candle power 1 fi 1
cents each and 32candlo power 23 cents t V J Mlwourl Ml 1 a
News Notes
Aujtln Texas March 1 Snlt wa fllfd
In the district court yesterday by Mr
lny ftnltorts against Julius Ksufer a
saloou keeper to recover 1000 dnmiges on
a chargo of selling Ilauor to a minor
Mrs W 11 Tarker returned yeaterdiy
from a visit to San Antonio
The total expenses of the city govern
ment for the month of Februry were
CVvl
Mr Claud Armstrong and wife have
gone to Havana Cubs which city will be
their future home
James M lleeves ared tT years died
yesteiday nnd was burled In the Bocry
Creek
cemetery
The rirstNatlonl hjnk todsy nij into
ftfi 81 J300O0
> vlng four
more yet to pay
The governor will go to Waco tomor
row to attenl a cornerstone laving on n
WWO building which It to be erected
thcro
HIGHER STATE COURTS
Second Court of Appeals
Fort Worth Texas March lProceedlngs
In the court of civil appeals for the Sec
ond supreme Judicial district of Texast
Motions submitted Lnmiden et al vs
Chicago Uock Island and Texas Hallway
Company for rehearing St Louis Iron
Mountain and Southern Railway Company
ts Atteberry for rehearing Davis vs Mc
Caulsy for rehearing Fort Worth and Den
jer City Railway Company vs Besuchsmp
P 7msS rz2S s vg jim Sjteitr
HOUSTON DAILY POST SUNDAY MORNING MARCH 1902
Restored to Sight from Practical Blindness
One of the most remarkable cases that Dr Seymour has had tn Houston this
winter Is Mr John Nagal of 2100 Kane street a carpenter who has been unabU
to read a paper for over seven yean and In fact had almost given up hope of
ever seeing clearly or being able to follow bis trade Being rather limited In
means be felt unable to call on Dr Seymour until reduced prices were offered
and under tlitfe special Inducements he called little dreaming how wonderful
would be the benefits derived Tbe following conversation held with lilm after
he had received his glasses npcaka for Itself
Dr Seymour has certainly performed a miracle for me as I am able to
see as well at a distance as I ever was In mr life and can also read very fine
type with the gtaeses he gave me for this purpose I hare been obliged to give
up my work because In driving nails there was usually two nnlU the one I
wished to drive and my finger nail nnd unfortunately my finger nail usually
got the worse knock but now 1 can see how to drive a nail as well as I could
when a boy and la fact am very hippy to think by the simple treatment and
wonderful glasses which Dr Seymour bad made for mo that I am lifted from
practical darknesj to the beautiful light of day again
I have very few of this worlds gifts but I am sure that these glasses
would be one of tbe last things with which I would part as I valuo my eye
sight next to my life
Yes Indeed I shnll always hare a good word for the doctor and would
be unjrateful If I dirt not show my appreciation by bringing others to Ulm who
may be In need of bis npeclil services Jack Nagal
2103 Kane St Houston Texas
A Very Interesting Case
The young lady In question Is attending the Mnssey Business College and Is
rery grateful to Dr Seymour for the wonderful Improvement In her eyes We
trust that those who are interested In these tetter will construe them In the right
light as many of them are given Dr Sojmour purely from a sense of gratitude
and with tho hope of encouraging others to have their eyes attended to before It
is too late
It Is n delicate matter to ask a young Hdr to use her nime In this way and
while Miss Morgan will be very glad to talk with any one personally the doctor
hones that only those who ore really interested will toko up her time as she is
very busv and In some cases Idle curiosity will causo some peoplu to ask un
pleasant question of those who have been so kind an to allow the usu of their
names In these letters
Dear Doctor Before beginning your treatment my left eye had always turned
out It had become very weak and I did cot use It I bad worn glasses for sev
eral years but without satisfactory results Slnco taking your treatment my
eye Is straight I find it growing stronger and I use It more every day which
Is such an all and rest to my other eye Tfoanklng you for the benefits 1 hae
derived I am Tcry respectfully Lola M Morgan
Dr W I Seymour Houston Texas February 7 1002
From a Man of National Reputation
The following letter from Chancellor Canfleld will Interest many Houston
people as Nebraskas State university Is one of the largeat nnd grandest tn the
entire West tio numerous are tn graduates lu Houston of tbls uulicrslty tunt a
fraternity Is being organized at the present time a number of whom graduated
under Chancellor Canneld and also know of Dr Seymours extensive woik In No
braska Chancellor Cnnfleld has been at the head of the Stnte unl > erslty of Nc
braska where he met Dr Seymour and employed him as well as tbe OMo Stale
university at Columbus and In IBM or 18U3 was president of the Teachers Na
tional association
University of Nebraska Chancellors Office Lincoln April 14 ISM Dear Sir
The glasses jou fitted me have been used now for some weeks They seem to
accomplish their purpose admirably For evening work I find tbem better than
anything 1 have ever used Truly yours JAMFS II CAN IULD
Dr Walter I Seymour Omaha Nub Omana April 14 1801
One of Dr Seymour s Former Patients
This Udy well and favorably known In Houston gave Dr Seymour a very
strong Indorsement three yen > > ago and recently called on him for the expresa pur
pose of renewing her exfSf > lous of gratitude for what be had done She stat
ed In the most emphatic way that she believed Dr Seymour had saved her from
blindness particularly as the right eye had been of little n e to her for bo many
years that Bbe bad given up as having Inst the sight of It but today she wiys
that It Is Jnst as good as the other and that aho does not feel that any money
In tbe world could ever pay for the great service Dr Seymour has rendered her
Mrs Fannin Weaver bos not been strong and her eyes have been her only com
fort as she has been able to read and write with the gieatcst of comfort and
cos since Dr Seymour treated her three years ago
There lire many Houston people who are acquainted with the wonderful cure
that was made In this case and tboi > e nbo are anxious to learn for themselves
ean see tbe lady In question at 2010 Kane street where tbe now reside
HOFSTON ICXAS February 7 1S02
Dr W I Seymour
Dear Doitor I write to express my satisfaction for the work you did for me
1 suffered very much wltb ho > daca i wnlih hae entirely disappeared since 1
hnve worn the glasses and I can conscientiously recommend your services to Iboae
who are having trouble with their eyes and you are nt liberty to use my oxpies
6lon of gratitude as you please You 8 ery alncerely
tMIss Linda Kropp
The following Is from the wife of th head nressman of tho Chionlcla
Dear Doctor The glasses you fitted to me have been verv sailsfnctoiy and I
would recommend anv who may hove trouble with their ejes to secure your ser
vices You are at liberty to refer to mo or u e this as jou mav desire Ttuuklng
yon for n chance to express my appreciation I urn yours respectfully
Mis Dell Hathaway
Houston Texas February 0 1002
Dear Doctor Will esy that I am plossed to ofTer vou anv assistance In the
form of reference and you are at liberty to refer to me as the glasses you fitted
to me have proved very satisfactory and I feel that I ean conscientiously recom
mend your services to those who are suffering with their eyes Voty sincerely
Mrs Florence Frnzler
dTouston Texas February 14 1002
Dr W I Seymour City
Dear Doctor Yours just received end will
say that you can u < w my name to a
testimonial My eyes are very much Improved
and the glasses you fitted are also
very satisfactory Accept many ihauks for the good vou Uave done my eyes
lerv respectfullv Signed Mrs H L UoMnaon IMS Alamo SU
Company vs Ilarby
for Uudlugs of
Mcjlts to coirect
m vs Hill et at
each The lafflVs are guirSneVi grfttS lLttu Know and Texas
hours Halway Company of Texas vs tia aion
for reheating Utile vs Chicago Uock
Ifcland and Texas Hallway Comimny for
rehearing
Motlous granted Capitol Freehold Land
and luxestment Company Itwlted s
Habcok et ai to dismiss appeal Fort
Worth and Denver City Hallway Company
vs Bcaucbamp to certify
Cases affirmed Texus lirewlng Company
vs J 5 Malletto et al from Tarrant eu
bauer s Miller from Callahan Tarrsnt
County s luld et al from Wichita Chi
cugo IUick Inland and Texas Hallway Com
Pfcuy vs Arwlue fiom VI e
Affirmed In part uud reversed and ren
dered In part Alford vs Uggctt trora
Haskell
ltewrsod and rendered for appellant W
c Itelcher i ind Mortgage Company vs
Bush truiters from Montague
C so submitted Frnsler ts
which 1 thu al from Uevves Wnggoner vs Uodsou et
Moore et
twSI1 th u h unief the cement be al from Wlchltn CaUerley vs Shank
nHS b1hi nr 11 th KMrd Uora oward Everett m Ienroil toui
Nornwe ern ttalroad con any was 7
C a °
oduy transferred to the Tweutyblxtb dls
trlet court lu Travis county
PlnltttllT alleges that defendant company
dug a deep bole by tbe side of the tracks
ami uenr a public road for the purpoae of
supplying water to the euglncs TnU hole
Is alleged to have been negligently left
unciveied by defendant company ser
vants and nlalutltr through no fault of
his ouo fell Into It and was severely In
lured in IOdy and mind some of which
Injuries are likely to become permanent
for all of which be asks damage
One of tho attorneys for the plaintiff
t te that tie petition will be amended
nod th Houston and Texas Central Rati
red eesBpaBr be mad a party to the suit
Lamia Contract Awarded
passed
tet for March 13 Texas Central
Hallway Company vs Adams from Co
manche Missouri Kansas nnd Texas Hall
way Company of Texas vs Edwards notn
Dentons Funnies Dodton et al vs Ford et
al from Clay Slsk vs Joree from Fisher
Stewart vb Wngley from Urlscoe Barefoot
vs Weteru Union Telegraph Company
from Cooko
Fifth Court of Appeals
Dllas Texas March lrroceedlngs had
In the court of civil appeals Fifth district
at Dallas
Afftnmed O R Woods ts Texas Land
jnd Ijosu CoTJioanT from Red Utter coun
tr Pallas Homestead and Loan Associa
tion v Uuell Ilanlng Mills from Dallas
county Houston and Texas Central Rail
way Company vb W C Conner from Dal
las county Pearl a Dickson et al v II
A Clements et al from Lamar county
MljtlI
rosafeffafc
pour opt ciaii
ASSISTED BY
Or Y RA Milam and Dr Jas Baly
There seems to be some confusion in the minds of many
as to Dr Seymours assistants and he wishes to make the
following statement
During the early part of the winter Dr Joseph Daly M D
came here to assist hint and take charge of the medical and surgical
part of his work but was afterwards called North and his place
was taken by Dr Y M Alllam who has long been a specialist in
eye ear nose and throat troubles but during the last month Dr
Seymours business has grown to such an extent that Dr Daly was
induced to return and assist Drs Seymour and Allium and is now
here for that purpose
Dr Seymour gives his entire time to scientific refracting and
treatment cf eyes by means of glasses but the medical and surgical
portion of his work is in charge of DRS MILAH AND DALY who
have made special arrangements to treat all
Ear Hose and Throat Trootiles
For the coming week all treatment in this line will be given at
specially REDUCED PRICES This also pertains to GLASSES and
ALL EYE TREATtMENIS and thoso wishing to obtain the best will
always find it the cheapest in the end For the coming week Dr
Seymour has promised to make the
500 RATE flGflSM FOR THREE DAYS
Commencing with Tuesday morning
AW Ross lias promised that our NEW ELEVATOR Just being
Installed WILL BE RUNNING ON MONDAY A10RNING which wil
give us the finest elsvator service in the city
OFFICE HOURS io to 12 a m and 2 to 4 and 7 to 8 p m week
days Sundays 11 to 12 a 111
Consultation and Examination Free for fhe Coming Weak
Fourth Floor Moore Burnett Bldg 1013 Texas Ave
ye
Dr Y m mm Talks About
ar S ose and
county St Louis Southwestern Hallway
Company ve C C Vaughan from Frank
lin county
ltcveived and Tendered Missouri Kansas
and loxas Hallway Company vs J li
Smith fiom Hill count v
Reversed and remanded r rreeman vs
J n Carter et al from Hill county John
h Rutherford vs at Lords Southwestern
Hallway Company from Qiavson couuty
The appellee in the case of Mlssonrl Kan
nnd Texas Hallway Company vs J C
Heasor having nied icmlttltur the Judg
ment of the Iourt below was affirmed
Motions disposed of Jotle Tlppeit et al
vs M M Hrooks motion to substitute lee
ord granted and motion for reherlnx over
ruled A F Hancock vs Ellis County re
atl nJlK ° Jfrruledw o Hlgglnbothsm
M ° ° v
m re lYhesrtng overruled Max
W Marie Plowltx rehearing >
ruled Gulf Colorado and 8 nu Fe Rail
way Compny vs Maggie Matthew et al
X
prny certiorari granted
< es submitted J n Adri et al vs
Wetterwarfc from Dr as county
tUlf Colorado and Sauta Fe Hallway Com
pany vs Louisa Moore et al from Johnson
OJUtv L II Moore vs Red River County
from Red Rlvci couutv Dallas Consolldat
ed llectrle Stteet Raltwav Compauy vs J
M Uroadbnrst from Dallae county lanl
Jones county Judg vs J V Carver et al
ifSmn cncLrson cPu ity Denlson and Pa
o
ciac Suburban Hallway Company is J II
ro ite from Orayson county
Cases for suhmUslon Maren lflt C H
JJhlte va It p flmlth V Son Company
SSiirB nnln COHn57 Kprlngflld Fire and
Marine Insurance Company vs Thomas L
ade from Orayson county B and I H
Harrison vs City of Snlphur 3prlng from
Hopkins county Weteru Union Telegraph
Company TaMBma et al from Wod
aJlt ° a D y > xfl > < > t 1 v II C
Hackney et L from Freetone county W
T k R U ° U Cir n
MBt
es
Ab dellcote ns the organ of vision Is that of hearing and as careful a watch
should be kept upon It so that no loss of that more exquisite sense may occur
When several blind persous were questioned as to which they would rather do
without their visual oigaus or those of hearing the majority declared In favor
of hearing We feel a compassion for the Mind for the deaf we are not often
sympathetic The spectacle of a sightless Indlvldaul touches us to tears that of
one who cup upt hear provokes almost n feeling of diollery Yet no doubt tho
loss of one organ U as pathetic a thing as the loss of the other
Many erroucoua Ideas still exist lu tho public mind that Interfere seriously
wltb the woik of the skilled aurNt Too many people think that the ear Is jo
delicate nn oi gtin tint nMhlng whatever can be done to nllpIate any dlatiess aris
ing icroln and allow a trivial disorder that might be rectified by i > n nurlst to
bring about a case of pirtlal deafness thnt settle Into pcrmnuency
Dr Milam wonld warn those suffering with the results of la grippe colds and
the mtny other simple tioubles to consult nn nmlst and prevent that deafness
rather than have Irreparable damage occur Do not wait thinking It will disap
pear without proper care and treatment It will lemaln latent nnd you will
scarcely know until almost completely deaf that It Is too late Manv have avail
ed themselves of the opportunity offered by Dr Seymour and MKatn this week
nud they extend the Invitation for the romlng week
Tho following Irtter Is from one of the most prominent people In Southern
Texai nnd cxnresses tho appreciation of tho writer who was treated by Dr
Seymour tbiee years ago 1
I A HEATH C L HEWITT
HEATH HEWITT
Dealers in Staple and Fancy Groceries >
Crockery and Glasslvare
VICTORIA Texas December 2S 1000
Dr W I Seymour Tlouston Texas
Dear Sir Your letter received I thank yon for tbe Invitation to visit you
nnd If I could snnrc the time It would give me pleasure to do so Mv eyes
are dong well with the glasses you fitted for me two years ago 1 am well
pleased itu the results If > ou should pay our town a visit I win take pleas
ure In Introducing you to my fitcuds Yours very truly I A HE ITU
Her Eyes Have Been Straightened
The following letter Is from one of Honitons prominent families tat tvi
young lady Is well known having been a school girl In this city i Ulljf
with Dr Seymour about her eyes she said tn part
I am quite willing that you should use my name as reference as I fet
your treatment has certainly been wonderful and I am more than grstefol 1
you that my eyes are now straight after bo short a period of trtatmecy J
has been entirely without pnlti and has relieved my headache as well 1 ji
proved my eyesight I was not born crosseyed but when quite a moll ttol
my teacher sent tne homo from school Baying there was uo nse for me to contlj l
until my eyes were straight as I could not get my lessons Blmply bccin J
could not see well Mr parents have spent n great deal of money havlaj J
treated by different oculists and 1 have worn glasses for a long time bnt tiJi
so my eyes did not straighten until you treated them They are now pcrftcajd
recommend to others
straight and It Is a pleasure to me to you havlnt M
same trouble I have often thought that few people realize what a twrinl
thing It Is for a young lady to be crosaeyed nnd If my personal assurance
parents balng crosseyed children will convince them that your method l
solutely safe and sure I shall only be too glad to allow you the use of my siisjJJX
Miss Julia OLrar
011 Ilusk St Houston Text
From a Prominent Business Man
Uvs
The following Is a testimonial from Mr F O Holton of tho P < 3 nolton C W I
pony Houston nnd Dallus Texai < well nnd favorably known as one of noojtcjK
leading business men itfi
611 TRAVIS STREXT
HOUSTON TEXAS
Ill FILLD STRttT J
DALLAS TUAsP
T G HOLTON COMPANY
WlIOIXSAtE AND RLTAIL DLALCRS IN
CALCIUM CARBIDE i
rOR THE STATE Or TLXAS ffljjjj
Manufactured by Union Carbide Company JJJ
Houston Jexas Dec 3 1901 fl
Dr W 1 Seymour Houston Texas Mw
Dear Sir Tho professional work performed by you during the time of yjIV
last visit to this city In fitting my glasses Is hlgh y satisfactory With b JC
wishes for your continued usefulness In you clioscn field I am TtcspectfasSt
yours F O nOLTOX 2
Daly
Cured of Blindness
rinntersvllle Texas October 1 iW
eye and rapidly growing blind In tho other I hhd consulted other spec
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Tbls Is to certify thnt I had my boy treated and cured of Cataracts by ItfS
When we first began ttentment with Dr Daly my boy was blind In es if
elaltitr
pas tiS
all of whom prouounced It a case of Cataract nnd said the only cure
knife Others dvl < ed removing the eye I bad aUo tried other advertised CUTS
without satisfactory results Hearing of Dr Dalys Treatment I took my UM
to sec him and I am hnppy to euy that after four months treatment his
eyiy
Just as good now as It ever was Yours cry truly M
Garrett Texas Sept 15 1001 LON IlASSOSf
CrossEyed Since Babyhood y
Another trlnmpb of modern oenlsti Is recorded today In the remarkable dn
of W It Ylckcrs daughter Mr Vlckers siys I am highly pleaeed with tf
Dalys treatment of my daughters ere < Since a little gill she had weak eiCi
and they were badly crossed I conU ted fceveral noted oculists who advisedSg
to have an opeintlou but to this I woud not consent So hearing of Dr Dill
new methods of stralghteulng cross eyes I took my daughter to see him i
after talking with him for u sirrt titn I made tip my mind thnt he fsulii
It has been stated on good medical antiorlty thnt nine tenths of cases of ii
ness aie caused fiom catiuh or from toio throat trouble
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the work and placed mj daughters ca n In his hands wltb the rcsuKrJiat
eyes ore now straight as any ones and you cou d never tell that she was
cross eyed I heartllv recommend D Dales treatment nnd advise all pejuJW
afflicted with crws eyes to a fll themselves of th < Jdoctors skill lic
Yours very titily W It VICKFRil
net
The Most Common Csuss Only EissenUy Discovered
lalir <
The little tuie which load > to the ear from me tumut li lined with ft sort < Efe
velvety btructuie called mucous membrane This mcmbiane Is simply n coatln va <
Hon of the mntous mtmbiane llulng the throat Wnen disease of any sort stUdJr1
tbe mucons membuine of tbe thruat it Is very liable to extend Into tho Eustacilci
tube and up Into the eai fP
The history of neatly al cases of deafness Is like this A cold Is contract
and neglected other colds are taken the tin oat becomes sore and Inflamed MS
Is aggravated by paitlcles of dust nnd germs from the air This condition mueH
tho disease to spread Into the tube that lends to the ear Iff
It seems a little farfetched to say that most cnies of deafness are caused fflfl
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