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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 18 August 1910

Paid Political Advertising For County Assessor I hereby announce my candidacy for the nomination of county assessor on the Republican ticket Subject to the will of the voters at the primary. W. A. Sloan. I hereby announce that I will be a candidate for county assessor of Stevens county before the Republican primary election in September. James Algie, Cronin, Wash. 1 hereby announce myself a candidate tor the office of sheriff of Stevens county, subject to the Republican primary elec tion on Sept. 6, 1910. John* Wright. Colville, Wash. 1 hereby announce that 1 will be a candidate for the Republican nomina tion for the office of county assessor, subject to the decision of the voters at the September primaries. Chas. Summers, Daisy, Wash. I hereby announce myself a candidate for sheriff of Stevens county on the Re publican ticket, subject to the primary election on September 6, 1910. Wjc. Miller, Colville, Wash. I will •he a candidate tor the Repub lican nomination for countv treasurer...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 18 August 1910

The Famous Palmer Garments Are now ready for your inspection Excellent fitting garments, beautiful patterns, also variety of colors We are Newport's exclusive dealers of the Munsing Underwear SCOTCH Fancy Scotch Plaid Zepher Ginghams, just the thing for school dresses, regu lar 20c values |C2n at, per yard.... ■ w3tf Metaline Townsite Settled Wednesday Col. W. W. Warner, of Metaline, went to the land office at Spo kane in what is probably the final act in the procuring of title for the townsite of Metaline. There has been a fight on for more than three years over title to the land on which the old town stands. Metaline has been a town for more than 20 vears, since the "days of old the daye of gold." when placer miner and pros pector roamed the land. Of late vears the lead miner has held sway and con flicting claims have covered the land on which the old town is situate. Colonel W T arner and the Hon. John Bettancourt have warred for the past three years, with holders of lots of the ...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 25 August 1910

VOLUME X FOREST FIRES BRING DEATH AND DESTRUCTION Fanned by High Winds of Saturday Smouldering Blazes Unite in Wall of Fire THREE PERSONS ARE KNOWN TO HAVE PERISHED Property Loss at Least Several Hundred Thousand Sixty Ranchers Are Losers Death and Destruction were carried on the crest of the sea of lire that swept over portions of Southeastern Stevens county Saturday afternoon and evening. The unusually dry condition that has pre vailed this summer has made it practically impossible to extinguish the many small tires that have sprung up. For a month or six weeks there has been a slow fire burning in the country between Diamond and Sacheen lakes, which by Saturday had burned over an area several miles long. The smouldering blazes, fanned into a furious gale of fire by the high wind that rose shortly after the noon hour Saturday, united with a fire on Blue Grouse Mountain near Rockyford, together they swept eastward to the Pend Oreille river, presenting at the river a solid front of ...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 25 August 1910

T. J. KELLY'S BARGAINS One sack flour.. . .$1.45 One barrel flour 5.75 One sack cane sugar. 6.80 One sack beet sugar 6.60 100 pounds new potatoes 1.75 12 pounds new potatoes 25 1 pound Mocha Java coffee 35 1 pound best package coffee 25 1 pound bulk coffee 20 2 pounds bulk coffee : 35 3 pounds Arbuckles coffee 55 (j pounds green coffee 1.00 1 pound Japan tea 45 1 pound Gunpowder tea. 45 1 pound I£. B. tea (Gaits) 50 I bottle ammonia 10 4 bottles ammonia 25 One bottle bluing 10 Four bottles bluing 25 One box bluing 05 One pound Crescent baking powder. . .25 Three pounds Crescent baking pwd. . .70 Five pounds Crescent baking pwd... 1.00 One pound Prices B. powder. . .50 25 ouuces K. C. baking powder 25 50 ounces K. C. baking powder ..... .50 80 ouuces K. C. baking powder 80 Two cans cream tartar 25 Two ounces lemon extract 20 Two ounces vanilla extract 20 One quart vanilla extract 1.75 One quart lemon extract 1.75 One package hops 10 One package sage 05 One bottle sewing machine oil 1...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 25 August 1910

IDAHO FOREST FIRES DO GREAT DAMAGE Property Loss Will Be Close to Million, and Many Lives Are Reported Lost. MISSOITLA, Mont.—Except for Wal lace, Idauo, the forest fire situation •on both sides of the Idaho-Montana line is more serious. Flames are sweeping over an in creasing area, destroying small settle ments and wiping out of existence millions of dollars' worth of property. The loss of life will be large. It grows hourly, and the number of in jured is constantly increasing. In and around Wallace it is estimated here the death list is at least fifty. In addition to at least 25 otherwise hurt, it is said that ten persons have been made blind. The loss to the city is estimated at close to $1,000,000, about half of the city being saved. Forest Supervisor Geo. W. Weigel reports that the region between Wal lace and the St. John River is swept practically clean, with enormous loss. Fires between Burke and Mullan threaten both towns and many wom en and children have been sent out. At W...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 25 August 1910

DEATH AND DESTRUCTION ;€«&?!fitted From First frvffi the north. Embers and afhes wero blown into the town but fortun- r etely were burnt out before they reached ' here. c All atternoon and evening tho streets 1 were lined with people anaiouslv watch- ' ingtheapproachingeonllagration. Many 1 had their garden hose at work wetting !' down their homes. Later in the even- ! ing as the wind died down and the flames no longer lit up the heavens with 1 their glare the excitement whs gradually subdued. Early in the evening the town council, I' tire department and citizens consulted as to the best means of protecting the town against the encroachment of the the flames. The worst danger at that time wan from the country south of Penrith, where a large lire was raging in logging slashings and cordwood piles. Arrangements were hurriedly made to get out a volunteer fir* fighting gang, at 3 o'clock Sunday morning tho fire alarm wan sounded to call out the vol unteers. In the early hours of Sun...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 25 August 1910

Security State Bank Owned and Controlled by Local 4% Interest Paid We Offer You Security and Good Service THE PEOPLES' BANK OFFICERS and DIRECTORS: J. T. Phillips, President; Win. Moeser, Vice President; F. C. Krause. Cashier; Fred Stevens, Assistant Cashier C. P. Moeser, Georje H. Bobier JEbe IRewport IFfliner Thursday, Aug 25, 1910. FRED L. WOLF. Editor and Publisher. Entered in the postoffice at Newport. Wash, affton as second class mail matter, SUBSCRIPTION PRICE $1.50 EACH YEAR JUST AMONG OURSELVES See Crandall for watches. , It nays to trade with Shreve. Miller does undertaking. j c Frank D. Crandall for watches; all | } sizes; all kinds; prices right. There are a few choice lots left in the c Blackwell addition. Charles F.Craig, e agent. Harding & Harding, undertakers, op posite First National Bank, Newport, v Wash. LOST —Gold chair and locket lost on v streets Saturday; reward. Return to v Miner office. A 10-pound boy was born to Mr. and -] Mrs. John Hall, of the South S...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 25 August 1910

HUNDREDS TO FI6NT IN INDIAN BATTLE. The battle of the Clearwater will be fought nightly at the Spokane Inter state Fair, which will be held Oct. 3to J) this year. For its spectacular night attraction the fair management last year produced the Biblical story of the siege of Jericho, a tremendous theme, well suited to the vast staging and gorgeous pyrotechnical effects made possible by large open air spaces and a lavish use of money. In fact, the famous battle that was fought between Chief Joseph's Indians and the United States troops uuder Brigadier General O. O. Howard, like the more famous Biblical siege of Jericho, would be impos sible of staging in the largest theaters of the world on the scale that it will be staged at the Spokane Interstate Fair. For the fierce attack of the dusky warriors, circling around the troops on their wild horses, riding in daredevil style almost upon the troopers' guns, for the determined resistance of the white soldiers, the obstinate struggle for eve...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 25 August 1910

Paid Political Advertising For County Assessor I hereby announce my candidacy for the nomination of county assessor on the Republican ticket subject to the will of the voters at the primary. W. A. Sloan. I hereby announce that I will be a candidate for county assessor of Stevens county before the Republican primary election in September. James Algie, Cronin, Wash. 1 hereby announce myself a candidate for the office of sheriff of Stevens county, subject to the Republican primary elec tion on Sept. 6, 1910. John Wright, Colville, Wash. I hereby announce that 1 will be a candidate for the Republican nomina tion for the office of county assessor, subject to ttie decision of the voters at the September primaries. Chas. Summers, Daisy, Wash. I herebv announce myself a candidate for sheriff of Stevens county on the Re publican ticket, subject to the primary election on September 6, 1910. Wm. Miller, Colville, Wash. I will •e a candidate tor the Repub lican nomination for countv treasurer a...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 25 August 1910

The Famous Palmer Garments Are now ready for your inspection Excellent fitting garments, beautiful patterns, also variety of colors We arc Newport's exclusive dealers of the Munsing Underwear SCOTCH Fancy Scotch Plaid Zepher Ginghams, just the thing for school dresses, regu lar 20c values I at, per yard.— '"3^ Attempted Suicide Henry Martin, caretaker for B. L. Gordon at the summer home at Penrith, attempted suicide Wed nesday afternoon. He slashed his wrists and neck with a razor and took an ounce and a half of tincture of iodine. He is in a bad condi tion, but has a chance for recovery, being taken to a Spokane this morning. His wife and two daugh ters are visiting at Grass Valley, Cal., their former home. He is aged 45. His mother and two sis ters live in Spokane. Recent ac tions of Martin indicate insanity. Good Measure We always give good measure, we al ways giye good quality, we always charge reasonable prices. Now you know what to expect from us, and if ever we fall short jus...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 1 September 1910

VOLUME X RECOVER FROM FIRE SHOCK People of Burned District Optimistic and Starting to Rebuild Their Homes. TEMPORARY RELIEF FURNISHED THE NEEDY Since last week's issue of The Miner hut few variations are necessary in the fire report. Practically every loss in this district was covered in the report of last week and no further deaths or in juries have been reported. With the passing of danger from the fires and the subduing of the accom panying excitement the people of New port and the surrounding country have settled down to a calm survey of the situation, and optimistically setting their faces toward the future are taking account of the needs of the country, leaving behind all regrets and starting on the work of development. The ner vous strain resultant on the fire has passed and business is again resuming its normal condition. Further estimates on the fire damage to standing timber do not alter the esti mate of The Mixer of last week. Ten per cent on yellow pine and 25 per cent o...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 1 September 1910

T.J. KELLY'S BARGAINS One sack flour $1.45 One barrel flour 5.75 One sack cane sugar. . 6.80 One sack beet sugar 6.60 100 pounds new potatoes 1.75 12 pounds new potatoes 25 1 pound Mocha it Java coffee 35 1 pound best package coffee 25 1 pound bulk coffee 20 2 pounds bulk coffee 35 pounds Arbuckles coffee 55 (» pounds green coffee 1.00 1 pound Japan tea 45 1 pound Gunpowder tea 45 1 pound E. B. tea (Gaits) 50 1 bottle ammonia 10 4 bottles ammonia 25 One bottle bluing 10 Four bottles bluing 25 One box bluing 05 One pound Crescent baking powder. . .25 Three pounds Crescent baking pwd. . .70 Five pounds Crescent baking pwd... 1.00 One pound Prices (lt>oz) B. powder. . .50 25 ounces K. C. baking powder 25 50 ounces K. C. baking powder 50 SO ounces K. C. baking powder 80 Two cans cream tartar 25 Two ounces lemon extract 20 Two ounces vanilla extract 20 One quart vanilla extract 1.75 One quart lemon extract 1.75 One package hops 10 One package sage 05 One bottle sewing machine oil 10 O...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 1 September 1910

ITEMS OF INTEREST FriOM OUR STATE Chronicle of Important Events of Interest to Washington Readers. To Collect Mineral Exhibit. ('OLVILLE. —M. C. Kelly, formerly i.ounty .commissioner cf Stevens coun ty, has been appointed by the board of managers of the Stevens County Fair Association to collect a mineral exhibit for the county fair, the same to be used at the Spokane Interstate fair and the state fair at Yakima. Heretofore for many years the gath ering of a mineral exhibit has been neglected, but Mr. Kelly states that mining men are enthusiastic over the undertaking and are offering liberal contributions. Mother's Search Wins. NORTH YAKlMA.—Fainting in the arms of her recovered daughter, Mrs. Hurbet Harris, of this city, Mrs. Rose McDonald, of Anaconda, B. C., ended a search which has lasted for ten years and wbich has been carried on In every section of the Northwest. Walking out of the house in 1900 with his six-year-old daughter Rosalfa in his arms after a quarrel with his wife,...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 1 September 1910

Arrested for Violating Local Option Law Monday evening Eugene Kelloge, at tendant at the John Koch place of busi ness, was arrested for selling liquor in violation of the town ordinance, and the J establishment was seaiched by Deputy | Sheriff Hvnes, under a seatch warrant issued by Justice Lonjr, the search re- j suiting in the finding of a small quan- i t.ity of liquor, less than one pint of whisky. Kellogg and Koch both gave bonds of $100 for their appearance. Koch took a change of venue to Justice Graham at j Tweedie, the case being set Jor I" riday , morning. The case against Kellogg, be-1 ing a town case, was heard before a jury in Police Judge McDonald's court Thurs- j day. The Wm. Ueisner establishment was j also searched on Monday evening, but the officers failed to discover any liquor on the premises. Evidence against Kelloug and Koch was secured by one Clement S. Ilanna, a detective in the employ of the State Anti-Saloon League. In the testimony introduced by Ilanna he sw...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 1 September 1910

Announcement of Candidacy for Congress The great issues involved in the campaign upon which we are cater ing are of such magnitude as to command the careful thought and consideration of all. I announce myself as a candidate for congress as a republican, favor in- ;he advanced policies and princi ples of that, great American, Theo dore Roosevelt. Theodore Roosevelt was the first p American to frown upon graft re gardless of who the grafter was. During his two administrations a great moral wave swept over this country and engulfed many men in high places. J. R. Burton, of Kan sas. was caught in this moral mael strom and was swept from his seat in the United States Senate to a six months term in the Iron county jail at St. Louis. Prosecutions for graft p in high places caught the derelict of ficials of St. Louis and San Fran cisco. A new moral standard has bee* adopted in this country and pub lic officials must stand up and be measured by it. The great wave of prohibition went hand in ...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 1 September 1910

An Evangelist By OLIVE EDNA "MAY ~ Copyright, 1810, by American t*res» Association. "Elijah," said Mrs. Dunkers. "thurs an evangelist goin' to preach for us nex' Sunday. I wisht you'd go 'n hear him. You don' know bow mis'able it makes me to be in the fold and have my husban' out of it." "What's an evangelist?" "An evangelist is one of them minis ter's the Lord sends onct in a while to stii' up tbc fcclin's o' them as can't be teched by ordinary means." - "One of whom 1 am which.'' "Yes, you be, Elijah. I'm sorry to pay it. I hope you'll go and hear this holy man and mebbe he'll tech your heart." Mahulda Dunkers sighed and walked away. Her efforts to bring her hus band under the influences that guided her always proved abortive. He was a matter of fact man, Avhile she was emotional. By some he was called a scoffer, though no one ever heard him speak disrespectfully of religion. He disliked cant and those disposed to cant called him a scoffer because he was not of their ilk. The coup...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 1 September 1910

Security State Bank Owned and Controlled by Local Capital 4°| o Interest Paid We Offer You Security and Good Service THE PEOPLES' BANK OFFICERS aivd DIRECTORS: J. T. Phillips, President; YVm. Moeser, Vlee President; F. C. Krause, Cashier; Fred Stevens, Assistant Cashier C. P. Moeser, George 11. Bobier CEbe IRewport HTlincr Thursday, Sept. 1, 1910. FRED L. WOI.F, Editor and Publisher. Kntered in the postoffice at Newport. Wash. HRton as second class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE *1.50 EACH YEAR JUST AMONG OURSELVES See Crandall for watches. { , It Days to trade with Shreve. I [>1; Miller does undertaking. ! ag The best $1 apples in town. South Side Grocery. 241 Lee Berry, of Priest River, was a busi- di ness visitor in town today. Frank D. Crandall for watches; all ■ ce sizes; all kinds; prices right. . 8a There are a few choice lots left in the Blackwell addition. Charles F. Craig, Dr agent. Harding & Harding, undertakers, op posite First National Bank, Newport, ' co Wash. ...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 1 September 1910

MANY THRILLING MOMENTS AT SPOKANE FAIR. In the old state or county fairs the crucial moments that brought the grand stand to Its feet were few and far between. At the big, modern fairs, such as the Spokane Interstate Fair, which will be held this year Oct. 3 to 9. those intense moments that bring a shouting, shrilling grand stand to its legions of stamping feet are multiplied score upon score. It is not only that there are more races and faster horses, but that the modern fair is a ciicus and vaudeville hippodrome, with some additional features impossible of repro duction in either circus or theater. This year's Interstate Fair will undoubtedly pull even larger crowds than last year's, when there were 110,000 paid admissions, the I ifth International Dry Farming Congress will convene in Spokane during the week of the fairs holding, and the Dry Farming Congress' exposition will be held on the Inter ptate Fair grounds, giving all practical students of agriculture and horticulture the ...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 1 September 1910

Paid Political Advertising For County Assessor 1 1 hereby announce my candidacy for the nomination of county assessor on the Republican ticket subject to the will of the voters at the primary. W. A. Sloan. ! i I hereby announce that I will be a ; candidate for county assessor of Stevens j county before the Republican primary election in September. t James Algie, Cronin, Wash. c \ I hereby announce myself a candidate j for the office of sheriff of Stevens county, i subject to the Republican primary elec- j, tion on Sept. 6, 1910. ! ( John Wright, Colville, Wash. j I hereby announce that 1 will be a j candidate for the Republican nomina tion for the office of county assessor, 1 . subject to ttie decision of the voters at the September primaries. Ciias. Summers, Daisy, Wash. 1 i I ■ I hereby announce myself a candidate i for sheriff of Stevens county on the Re-: i publican ticket, subject to the primary ; election on September 6, 1910. J i Wm. Miller, Colville, Wash, j ; I will t*e a c...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 1 September 1910

The Famous Palmer Garments Are now ready for your inspection Excellent fitting garments, beautiful patterns, also variety of colors We are Newport's exclusive dealers of the Munsing Underwear SCOTCH Fancy Scotch Plaid Zepher Ginghams, just the thing for school dresses, regu lar 20c values |C2p at, per yard.... I"3w Paid Political Advertising It. A. Thayer, known more familiarlj* as "Bob,', who is a candidate for state senator from Stevens county on the Re publican ticket, is a young man of more than ordinary ability. Having been born and reared on a farm his early education was acquired by hard knocks. He has been a resident of Stevens county for twelve years, during which time he has worked on farms, in the mines, taught school, and in the meantime was prose cuting his law studies until in 1906 he was admitted to the bar of this state, since which time he has been actively engaged in the practice of his chosen profession. Elected a member of the lower house of the state legislature...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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