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Newport Daily
VOLUME V. NEWPORT. ARKANSAS. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 12, *906. NUMBER 247.
AfffCTED WITH GLANDERS.
Stale Veterinary Surgeon Shoots Six
Horses Owned by Will Steen of
Near Campbell.
Glanders has manifested itself
among the horses of Will Steen
m/ar Campbell, five miles north
of Newport and on Saturday,
six horses were shot under or
ders from Dr. Rice of Fayette
ville, state veterinary surgeon.
One horse had previously died
and the case was at once re
ported to Dr. Rice, who upon
arrival and examination, diag
nosed .the trouble as glanders
and under the state lav/, all the
infected stock was at once killed.
Two of Steen’s horses were
left, but Doctor Rice will return
again soon for a further exam
ination, as he says the disease
may be contracted by chickens
or other stock that have been ex
posed.
The horses infected with the
disease have been running on
the range and the origin of the
dread disease is not known. It
first made its appearance by a
running of the nose, then by
sores all over the body, which
eat up or choke the animal.
mere is no Known cure ana as
the disease is infectious, the on
ly safeguard for the welfare of
the community, is the killing of
the stock.
The state law provides no re
imbursement to the owner for
stock ordered killed and Mr.
Steen in this instance loses near
ly $1,000. As a manifestation
of the sympathy of the people
of this section for him, a sub
scription was started Saturday
and soon had over a hundred
dollars pledged as a reimburse
ment for his loss.
Thought for Our Young People.
Some years ago every young:
man was striving to enter ;
the professions; now they are
going into the world of business.
The fortunes of our country are
in its business. The Goulds,
Vanderbilts, Carnegies, Stew
arts, and Armours are found!
in the counting houses, the fac- j
tories, the packing houses; thej
wealth of your town, young,
reader,is in business; it is so in j
every town and city. The pro-!
fessions are overcrowded; busi-j
ness will never be so The law j
does not offer such prizes as mer- j
chandising; medicine, not half;
the wealth of manufacturing; |
X « l_ 1 » «•» 4- n n nil m /a 4*n n n i
luavilllig) MUU U UiJllUill 1 VbUJL 11) MO |
compared with mining or finance, j
The professions require many j
years to insure even a living in-1
come; business pays from the!
start. But, for business you!
must have a business education.
Get, then a business education, |
get the best in the best schools;'
in other words, attend the Mem- j
phis Commercial, 46 N. Second!
i street, Memphis, Tenn., where
. the famous Byrne systems are
taught.
To Have a Real Duke.
Fort Smith, Feb. 11 —Within a |
few months Fort Smith is to be |
the home of a real live duke, for i
the duke of Baynham of Scotland i
will then take up his residence [
here. The duke-to-be is Dr. C.;
W. Baynham of Fort Smith, who
will leave in April for Glasgow,
where he will receive his title
and come into possession of a
feudal castle with its large es
tate, upon the northeast coast of
Scotland. The estate is situated
between Iverness and Cromarty,
on Irish chartiel.
Sought to Fire School House. |,
eureka Springs, Feb. 11—An|<
attempt was made Friday night
to burn one of the public school
1 buildings of this city, known as
the Standpipe school. Smoke
( was noticed at 7 o’clock issuing
from the roof, and citizens forced
the door and found a lot of pine
knots and waste paper burning
1 and the floor ablaze. The work
1 is supposed to have been that of
boys, who made entrance through
a back window.
JUDICIAL COMMITTEE MEETS.
Effects Organization and Adopts Reso
lution Making Highest Popular
Vote Determine Nom
inations.
The judicial committee of the
Third Judicial Circuit met here
Saturday and effected perma
nent organization, Gustave Jones
being chosen permanent chair
man and John W. Stayton secre
tary.
The following resolutions were
adopted: Be it resolved that a
primary election is hereby called,
pursuant to the call of the Demo
cratic Central Committee to be
held on March 28, 1906, at the
time and places for holding the
State primary, for the nomina
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LiUIl U± ct UtTIllUCI cl tic LclIlUlUclLt;
for circuit judge and prosecuting
attorney of the Third Judicial
Circuit of Arkansas, and that
the candidates for each office re
ceiving the highest number of
votes of the entire circuit shall
receive the nomination for the
respective offices mentioned
above, and it shall be the duty
of the chairman and secretary
hereof to examine the returns of
the several counties and issue
certificates of nomination to the;
persons receiving the highest
number of votes for the respec
tive offices mentioned above.
AN EASY ARKANSAN.
Stripling Stripped of Seven Thousand
Dollars by Hot Springs Woman—
Victim Was from Lake Village.
Hot Springs, Feb. 11. —G. T.
Stripling, an unsophisticated
visitor from Lake Village, Ark.,
allowed himself to be victimized
out of almost $7,000 by an at
tractive alleged St. Louis widow,
who gave the name of Mrs. A.
F. Bauer, and to whom he paid
$6,900 in cold cash without se-j
curity.
After finding that the woman 1
had boarded a train for the North, j
Stripling reported the matter to!
the police today. They can not'
order the woman held, even it i
she is iocated, they say, as
Stripling himself says she simply j
borrowed the money.
Stripling, wno is about 55, be-!
came infatuated with the woman,
and says he lent her money for j
the ostensible purpose of start- r
ing a rooming-house. She prom
ised, he asserts,'to return in a
few hours with first mortgage
on the property as security, but.
instead departed on the next
train for an unknown destina-s
tion.
ro the Memory of Little Pauline Davis.
A year in heaven for her, what is she learning
Of holy things, of things divine and true"
What glorious visions there are still unfolding, !
Which here she never knew.
i
Did angel friends await her at her coming?
Did angel faces greet her with a smile?
Was that deal mother eager to receive her, i
Whom she had lost awhile?
A year cn earth for us without her presence,
A year of loneliness, grief and pain;
But still we smile amid our tears in thinking,
Our loss is but her gain.
We miss her in our joys and in our sorrows.
She was our life, our center and our sun;
Yet we would not call her back, hut whisper,
“O Father, Thy will he done." X.
Paints, varnishes, brushes and j
vindow glass—the best at Ja
:ocksf drug store, of course.
LOST BOTH CHILDREN.
Two Children Succumb to Pneumonia
Within fifteen Minutes of
Each Other.
The home of W. Burlison, liv
ing on the Will Edmund’s farm
in Oil Trough bottom was left
cheerless Saturday night, when
! both the little ones that contrib
uted much of the joy to this i
happy home, were taken within
fifteen minutes of each other.
Both had contracted pneumo
nia. Yernie, a two year old girl
and Lee. a four months old boy,
died at 9:45 and 10 o’clock Satur
day night. The burial was held
Sunday and to the bereaved pa
rents is extended the sympathy
of all who learn of this sad case.
Revival Meeting.
1
The large auditorium of the
Methodist church was pretty well
taxed Sunday at both services, >
the sermons being ably delivered
by the visiting evangelist, Rev.
W. M. McIntosh.
The sermon on the ‘‘Goodness;
of God’s Love” at 11 o’clock was
one of the strongest sermons to j
tne unsaved mat nas ueen
preached during the meeting,
and which resulted in many giv
ing their hands as pledges to
live a better life. The evening
sermon was on the popular sins
of the day, the speaker, using
strong terms to express his be
lief as to the evils of such lives.
The meeting is accomplishing
great good and people are urged
to attend.
The music of the splendid choir
under the direction of Mr. C. E.
Crook, deserves much praise for
its excellence. The special music j
at both services Sunday was ably i
rendered and much enjoyed by
the large congregation.
Enters The Lists.
The Independent takes pleas
ure in announcing the candidacy j
of Mr. G. L. Grant of this city
for representative from Jackson j
county. He comes of a well'
known family and is a bright,
energetic young lawyer, who is!
well fitted and capable to look
after the interests of this con-1
stituency in the lower house of
our law making body.
He has a wide acquaintance!
and many friends over the coun- j
ty, who will give his candidacy j
their cordial support. He hasj
always been loyal to his party |
nominees and ever ready to es
pouse their cause and uphold!
their claims upon the stump.
He places his claims before his
party and whether honored or
defeated in the primary, will ac-,
cept the verdict of his fellow
Democrats.
How’s This?
We offer One Hundred Dollars
Reward for any case of Catarrh
that cannot be cured by Hall’s i
Catarrh Cure.
F. J. Cheney & Fo., Toledo, 0.
We, the undersigned, have
known F. J. Cheney for the last
15 years, and believe him per
fectly honorable in all business
transactions, and financially able
to carry out any obligations made <
by his firm. <
Walking. Kinnan & Marvin,
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, 0.
Hall’s Catarrh Cure is taken
internally, acting directly upon <
the blood and mucous surfaces
of the system. Testimonials sent
free. Price, 75c. per bottle.
Sold by all Druggists.
Take Hall’s Family Pills for .
constipation. i .
i
Township Candidate. i i
The Independent is pleased to j;
That’s an
Expensive
Watch
No matter how little it ost
you, if it doesn't tell you t e
right time. That kind of a
watch would be dear if you got
it for nothing.
A handsome case is desirable
—but an accurate inside
mechanism is absolutely
INDISPENSABLE.
If you like you may put one of
our $15 works into a tin
case, and you will have an
excellent time-piece.
What we wish to point out is
that the works are the watch,
the case is the adornment.
And another thing we wish to
point out is that if ever there
was a Jewelry store that was j
prepared to please you in
Watches, this is the place—
and we include our guar
antee for your protection.
Call in and hear our arguments.
Palace Jewelry Store
[ Win not be
Open long*
The chance to get the Daily
Independent and either the
Cosmopolitan or Woman’s
Home Companion for the j
price of our Daily, $4.80, j
will not be open long. Many
of our subscribers have
taken advantage of this
offer. If you have paid for
the Daily for the month of j
January, $4.40 will pay your I
subscription to the Daily j
Independent to January 1, !
1907, and either magazine i
will be sent you FREE.
| Daily !
Independent*
k_J\
DR. HARRY E. DOWELL
°£NTlST
Special attention giv
en to crown, bridge
and inlay work.
Hi ice over Chas. Meyer and
Joyce’s Drug Store.
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;
announce Mr. T. tV. Shaver as a
;andiuate for justice of the peace
)f this township.
He is a popular young man and
veil qualified for the duties of |
;he office1 He is a good demo
mat and rests his claims with
;he primary.
NOW ON DISPLAY.
The grandest line of em
broideries ever brought to
Newport- See them at
2has; Meyers’ Great Bar
gain Store. 42 btf
It is with pleasure that we announce to you
‘hat we have become a fixture*in this city, and
1 we wish to thank you for your past favors and
consideration which has brought this result and j
f made this store a success and I assure you that
| we will always endeavor to merit your confi
dence by giving you always the best goods at |
the lowest possible price. j |
j Tin's store is your store, its policy is dictat
ed and directed by your demands. It wall grow
and greaten only by pleasing you. Your every
i dollar weighs a full one hundred cents of value j
at all times. J j
| Having closed out our entire damaged stock
caused by the recent fire, finds us better equip
ped to serve your every fancy than ever before.
Our Spring and Summer line is now in transit,
and we will show a complete brand new stock. I
I We are specialists in Men’s Apparel and
you will always find the correct styles here.
! Among the famous brands we handle are the
! I Alfred Benjamin & Co. Correct Clothing, Man
hattan Shirts, Crown Trousers, Knox, Stetson j
: i and Hawes Hats, Edwin Clapp Shoes, Adler
Gloves, Waterhouse Cravats, Lord & Taylor
Hosiery. We would be pleased to have you
call in and inspect our line.
Thanking you for your kind consideration, 1
we beg to remain !
Very truly yours.
| Jos. M. Berger, Jr. ''
B2.50I
eep I
>HOES I
LY. I
i,nd Fine Kid k
|!2.00. I
^EEK ONLY ■
r. K
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I Come Early as There Are Only
S a Few Sizes of Each Lot.
I Bailey Mercantile Co.
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