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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 16 April 1908

Wall Paper Paint Wall Paper Spring lias arrived and brought with it the thought of house cleaning. Remem ber, we have the goods to make your home look neat and clean. We are prepared to supply your wants in every Particular. Our stock of wall paper was never more com plete, and prices that will make the catalogue houses look weary. We carry the Acme Mixed Paints. Every gallon guaranteed. Come in and let us figure with you. She IRewport HTliner oKKIOIAL t'AI'EH OF STKYENS COUNTY Thuwpay, April 10, 190s. l i:K|) L. WOLF. Kriitnr and Publisher Kiitei<'«l in the postoflioe at Newport, Wash. iiKinn Hssfronii class mail matter. -1' IS><' 1!! I'TION PRICE *l..'ni EACH YEAR JUST AMONG OURSELVES Looking for bargain? in real estate; ti' Mann Ilughep. <io to Tiss & AlcMorran's for Edison ami Columbia record?. 47-4t KOR RENT—New, clean, newly fur nished bedroom. Inquire at this office. 38-tf C. B. LEGHORN EGGS—for hatch ing, $1 per set tint', $1 .">« > for 20 Pine Hal E. F...

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. — 16 April 1908

Reid Hardware Go's. Now Building Built of concrete blocks, 35x60 feet. Lower floor occupied by Reid Hardware Co. Offices up stairs. Priest River National Forest and Gifford and Loose have offices on second floor. Wants lo Know. The Northport Republican takes the following shot at the Newport- Orient road proposition, which ap pears to have been diverted for the benefit of the avaricious county scat: Many residents of Northport and vicinity are wondering just how the state road became shifted from Northport to Colville, and who were responsible for it. The follow ing extracts from data on file with the state highway commissioner will explain the matter: "Office of Highway Commission er, Olympia, Wash., March 18, 1908. —W H. Hutchinson, North port —Dear Sir: I have delayed replying to your letter of Feb. 20, relating to the Metaline, Colville and Orient wagon road until I could find time to lookup the data. I herewith enclose copies of nil the correspondence at hand bearing on the mat...

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. — 16 April 1908

BIG REDUCTION PRICE OF LUMBER FIDELITY LUMBER CO. The Snow People. [Original. ] \ blizzard mi tin* plains—l have seen one; 1 never wish to see another. All day that terrible whirl of snow. If it had ceased occasionally to give the brain a rest, ii would not have been so hard to bear, but it never ceased. We saw only ourselves; there was nothing else to see but the boundless plain, and that was shut from our vision by the snow We were prepared for the storm, having wagons, tents and the wherewithal to make hot cof fee. and should have considered our selves well off We would have been had it not been for that terrible, never t easing whirl. The next morning the storm abated, and we moved on About noon we came upon a sight to freeze the mar row in our bones—six heaps of snow, a body underneath each, the remains of a campfire in the center We brushed the snow from the heaps and uncovered live men and a woman. The woman was wrapped in all the blankets that the party had possessed. I put ...

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. — 16 April 1908

Shoe Opening Friday and Saturday We are always in the lead with the newest designs and largest assortment of popular priced footwear. Our new spring styles include all the staple leathers and the newest shade of Golden Brown which is the great eastern rage this season. We also show the combination button and buckle oxford. We buy direct from manufacturers thereby getting the newest styles as soon as they are out. A glance at our windows Friday and Saturday will convince you of the truth of the above assertions. Shoes for Misses and Children In this line we have shoes that have proven their value. FITTING QUALITIES, WEARING QUALITIES, ATTRACTIVE APPEARANCE We have just received a shipment of infants turned soles in shoes and oxfords. The most stylish and com fortable shoes made for infants ADDITIONAL LOCAL Attorney Verne Branigin lias returned from a six weeks' vacation, which lie spent with relatives in Indiana. .James Mclnnis came down from Spo kane (in Monday to attend to some af ...

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. — 23 April 1908

Official Paper of Stevens County VOLUME VII TO ALLOW JUDGMENT Town Council Will Not Make Answer to Saddler Suit- Carler Will Now Sue The Town The town council of Newport met Tuesday evening, April 21. All mem bers ami Mayor Appel present. The mayor reported that he had or dered tlie marshal to enforce the ordi nance restraining livestock from run ning at large, that a suitable pound had been provided, and that rigid enforce ment of the ordinance was expected. The proposed dray licence ordinance, providing for an annual license of $50 per team for all dray lines, payable in advance, came up for third reading and passage. The committee to which it had been referred reported unfavorably. On the adoption of the ordinance the section providing for the $50 license fee was defeated, Eckerson, Bennett and Caldwell voting against, and Ilynes and Mclnnis voting for. An amendment was offered by Kcker son making the license $12 per annum in advance, which was adopted, the line-up being the same...

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. — 23 April 1908

Priest River The Catholic ladies of this place gave a dance and supper on Mon day night that was one of the most successful social functions in the history of the town. The ladies cleared over $150 from the enter tainment, sufficient to clear their church from debt and leave a small surplus. The music was furnished by Kirkpatrick's orchestra of New port and was the best ever heard in the town. About 20 visitors from Newport were also i?i attend ance at the ball. J. 1). Mcintosh went to Newport on Tuesday to attend to some busi ness matters. Pierson Brothers lost their case against the Northern Pacific rail i<mil which was tried in the courts at Spokane last week. They sued to recover damages from the com pany for the loss of a number of horses that were shipped from the east and were detained on the route too long. About 4,(X)O,(XW) feet, of logs for the Fidelity Lumber Co., of New port, have arrived at the mouth of the river. They were driven down the west branch. Logging operat...

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. — 23 April 1908

Panhandle Goes to Mine Owners P.y the terms of a deal made at the office of ex-Senator Clark in New York April 1, and formally ratified in Spokane Friday night, the property of the Panhandle Smelling Co., lately reorganized under the name of the Idaho Smelt ing and Refining Co.. has passed into the hands of the Montana Mine Owners' Association. This organization will immediately take possession of the smelting plant at Ponderay, and the capacity of the smelter will be increased from '250 lons daily to about 1000 tons a day. The deal is tin 1 consummation of a. long series of negotiations which have been going on for months between representatives of the .Mine Owners' Association and J. Herbert Anderson, president of the smelting company and owner of a majority of the stock of the corpor ation. l»v the terms of the deal Mr. Anderson gives to the Mine Owners' Association an option to purchase a controlling interest in the stock of the smelter company for $1,050,1)00. if the option is ...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 23 April 1908

Good Things at Our Fountain Ice Cream Soda 10c, with Nuts isc. All fruit flavors,. Chocolate and Vanilla. Plain Sodas, Root Beer, Coca Cola, Lime Juice and Cola. Sundaes, Crushed Fruits, Special Sundaes, Alligrette's Fig Nut, Chop Suey, Ping Pong, Cherry Earl, Banana a la Mode. Grape Marmalade, Frosted Chocolate, Malted flilk, plain and with Egg, Pineapple Snow, Frappe, all flavors. If you are about to build see I. W. HARRIS CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER Halford's Addition and Acre Tracts ADDITIONAL LOCAL Mrs. O'Harra is making considerable improvement on her property on Fourth street. * Wanted—A saleslady to p e ]i ladies' wearing apparel. Address Box 2:»0, Newport. The residence of F. <>. Mills is being greatly improved in appearance with a coat of paint. Mrs. George F. Rowell, Jr., and daugh ter, of Loomis, California, are guests at. at the home of L. F. Ilowell, on the South Sifte, Tne Baptist and 31 K. churches will hold union memorial services in honor of the late <!. S. Tho...

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. — 23 April 1908

Wall Paper Paint Wall Paper Spring has arrived and brought with it the thought of house cleaning. Remem )>er, wo have the goods to make your home look neat and clean. We are prepared to supply your wants in every particular. Our stock of wall paper was never more com plete, and prices that will make the catalogue houses look weary- We carry the Acme Mixed Paints. Every gallon guaranteed. Come in and let us figure with yon. Jibe tftewport HTliner OFFICIAL I'AI'ER OF STEVENS COUNTY Thursday, April 28, 190,5. FKEI> L. WOLF, Kilitor and Publisher Kntereriin the postoflice at Newport, Wash, ngtnii as second class mail matter. subscription* price each year JUST AMONG OURSELVES Best, soil in Cedar Park. Go and see it. The natural fruit and garden soil in Cedar Park. Silver Birch "Half and Half," 10c at. all fountains. 48-8t FOR SALE —Two rowboats. See Ralph K. Kennedy. Looking for bargains in real estate; see Mann it Hughes. <iu to Tiss it McMorran's for Edison and Columbia record...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 23 April 1908

Proceedings of the County Commis sioners of Stevens County. Colville, Wash. April <>, IMS. Board of county commissioners met pursuant to adjournment-. All members present. Bill* allowed us follows: N * o Amount. 1 O Roberts, refund 01 estrays sold 18 88 George N. Noah is hereby appointed road supervisor for road district No. 1, and his bond fixed at $500. In the matter of the applications ol McDougall <k Moore for license to sell liquor at Blue (/reek, and T \onng at Hunters, same are hereby granted for the period of one year and bond ap proved. In the matter of the petition of C. M. Miller et al for the change of a county road as follows: Commencing at a point on the east line of Lot 5, Sec. 30, T. -5.», K. 41, where road crosses said linej thence south along east line of Lots 5 und S of said Sec. 30, about SO rods to bluff; thence southerly across Lot 11, Sec. 30, intersecting county road south of Sec. 30, and vacating the road, run ning across Lots 5, 8 and 11. Sec. 30-3...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 23 April 1908

AN Advantage v,f fastidious Smoking. [Original ] 1 was traveling in France in a rail way train shut up in a compartment with but one person besides myself, a woman 1 am an inveterate smoker, ami it occurred to me that perhaps the ludy would not object t<» my lighting ti cigar. 1 asked her permission, she j'sseuted graciously, and. taking one from my cigar case. 1 lighted it. It was a long cigar, pointed at born ends, and remarkably well made. I mention this because if it had been loosely wrapped probably there would be noth ing of especial interest in this story. As 1 began to puff composedly I drew from my pocket a morning paper and commenced to read. "1 envy you your solace, monsieur." the lady remarked. "Traveling is duil. and we women have no such way of passing the time." I lowered mv paper and for the lirst time took a look at her. She was pass ably good looking, comparatively voting and very well dressed. Since she had been so good as to permit me to smoke I considered it ...

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. — 23 April 1908

Examining Applicants for Rangers Job A civil service examination of appli cants for positions as rangers in the Priest River National Forest, is being held at the city hall today under the supervision of R. L. bromine, supeixisoi of the Priest River Forest. About ten applicants are present and undeigcing the examination which is rather se\eie. The applicant successful in passing the examination must be able to esti mate limber, understand land laws re lating to the forestry service and know the compass thoroughly. Questions are asked concerning grazing land, logging, the different kinds of timber, lumbei ing, mining, kind of grub stake neces sary for a prolonged timber cruise, scal ing logs, distances and time required to travel same. Physical and mental ability, penmanship, weight, height, number of years in school, former oc cupation and other matters also entei into the examination. Supervisor From me expected about twenty applicants to take the examina tion hut. as some were lat...

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. — 30 April 1908

Official Paper of Stevens County VOLUME VII RAILROAD PROGRESS Much Work to be Done in This Vicinity. Work on Depots Progressing President F. A. Plackwell and Vice- Presidentand General -Manager U.K. Plackwell, of the Idaho A: Washington Northern Railroad, accompanied by Chief Kngineer M. 0. Smith and < ieneral Freight, and Passenger Agent George J. Mohler, were in town Saturday looking over the ground for the proposed vards nt the company in this city. .M. J. Cos tello, assistant general passenger agent, and Archibald Gray, assistant general freight, agent of the Great Northern, were in the city with them, and the party looked over the ground with a view of enlarging the present transfer track of the two roads in this city. The surveying crew of the I. it W. N., with headquarters at Dalkena, consists of fourteen men. They are working both sides of the river from the one camp, and started work on this side at Katydid point, a few miles below New port. The launch Skiddoo, captained...

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. — 30 April 1908

Bottorf Was Right The Democratic press of the county, or what little there is left I of it, is endeavoring to make the people of Stevens county believe i that Assessor Bottorf was in error in following the law in making the cessment. We desire to desire to state as emphatically as possible that there wns no other course for Mr. liottorf to follow. The law was passed by the Inst session of t lie legislature, exempting mortgages, warrants and such securities from taxation. The state hoard of tax commissioners instructed Mr. liot torf what to assess, and all of the detail sheets were printed, leaving these items our. as were also the tax rolls. Mr. Bottorf followed the law. It was not. for .Terry Koch ford, the great constitutional lawyer, to advise him that this law was un constitutional and should be ig nored. Mr. Rochford was out of province when he advised Mr. liot torf to disregard the law. Mr. liottorf was compelled to follow the law until the courts had declared it unconstitutio...

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. — 30 April 1908

Candidate lor Con§ress Harry A. Roeenhaupt. the well known Spokane attorney, is a Re publican candidate for representa tive in congress, and has issued the following statement in explanation tif his principles on national issues: Thr j>eople of this country have moused themselves to an apprecia tion of their duties as citizens and voters in national, state and local affairs. As a result of this awnk ening they have taken directly unto themselves not only the duty of voting, but of selecting the nom inee. This 'is as was intended by tlie founders of the republic, and is strictly in accordance with a re publican form of goverment. In order that thev mav intelligently perform that duty they not only should, but will, demand of every 'person presenting himself as can didate for office a declaration of the principles upon which he stands and the measures which he will advocate or enforce if given the trust. Believing that the direct primary law is a great boon, and that the candidates...

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. — 30 April 1908

Ice Cream Soda 10c, with Nuts isc. All fruit flavors, Chocolate and Vanilla. Plain Sodas, Root Beer, Coca Cola, Lime Juice and Cola. Sundaes, Crushed Fruits, Special Sundaes, Alligrette's Fig Nut, Chop Suey, Ping Pong, Cherry Earl, Banana a la Mode. Grape Marmalade, Frosted Chocolate, Malted Hilk, plain and with Egg, Pineapple Snow, Frappe, all flavors. If you are about to build see I. W. HARRIS CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER Halford's Addition and Acre Tracts ADDITIONAL LOCAL •'The Average Man" at Congrega tional church Monday evening, May. A. The Pend d'Oreille House was sold this week to a gentleman named Field from Chattaroy. K. O. Kelly, of I'tah, a former resi lient of Newport, has been in the city this week, the guest of his brother, T. ,T. FOR SALE—S2O graphophone andone dozen records. First offer of $12 takes it. Inquire at Desart.'s jewelry store. Don't gamble on an unknown brand of shingles. Buy the old reliable, Extra Star A Star, $2.85 per thousand. Fi delity Lumber Co. There w...

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. — 30 April 1908

Wall Paper Paint Wall Paper Spring has arrived and brought with it the thought of house cleaning. Remem ber, we have the goods to make your home look neat and clean. We are prepared to supply your wants in every particular. Our stock of wall paper was never more com plete, and prices that will make the catalogue houses look weary. We carry the Acme Mixed Paints. Evcrv gallon guaranteed. Come in and let us figure with von. Sbc IRewport HTlincr OFFICIAL PAPER OF STEVENS COUNTY Thursday, April .">O, U)o,s. FREI> L. WOLF, Editor hu<l Publisher Entered in the postoftioe at Newport, Wash. ußton as second class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE EACH YEAR JUST AMONG OURSELVES Best soil in Cedar Park. Go and see it. The natural fruit and garden soil in Cedar Park. Silver Birch "Half and Half," 10c at all fountains. 48-8t FOR SALE—Two rowboats. See Ralph K. Kennedy. Looking for bargains in real estate; «ee Mann A Hughes. Go to Tiss it McMorran's for Edison and Columbia records. 47-4t T...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 30 April 1908

Death of P. J. Kelly At his home in Deer Park on Monday, April 20th, occurred the death of P. J. Kelly, brother of Thos. .1. Kelly, of Newport. The Deer Park l'nion contained an ex tended notice of the life of the de ceased from which we take the following: Mr. Kelly will live in the hearts of all those who loved him; in the memory of those who felt his warm hand clasp of friendship, in the lives of those young men whose integrity and humanity were made stronger by his example and sym pathy; of one who has suffered and known many sorrows and losses dearer than all—the departing of loved ones. He will live too in the memory of those who remem ber the added pleasure of music shared in his presence. Mr. Kelly will live in the minds and hearts of the citizens as they behold the results of his zeal and effort in helping to make the sur roundings more beautiful and drink in the touches that his energy and love for the Park made possible, some of the monuments of his toil and energy; and e...

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. — 30 April 1908

A Man Built of Sentiment lOi'igfna!.] "Oh. .Ioi\" said to her fiance, "v»h_;t do you think I received by express today?" •What:' "A ti'ass bottle picked up on the coast near Atlantic City containing a uaessas;e." "Klg storm? Shipwreck? Vessel sink ing V We are all losf.? ' "More than that. I've Liad a lover I didn't know of. Head it." And she Landed him a bit of paper on which were scrawled ber full name and ad dress and - In a few minutes this vessel will carry us s?!l to a watery gi.ave. I wish you to i now that there has 'been one who has. unknown to you. loved you devotedly. Hut lie will die as he has lived without ;evealing himself to you. Farewell. "Well." said Joe after reading the message, "do you suppose it's genu ine?" "Something tells me it is." "What?" "i feel—l- somehow it seems to me ihat had this man wooed me we would have"— "Would have"— "What a noble, good man he must have been to love me at a distance!" "Noble, good man, eh? To love you lit a distance! Will you kin...

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. — 30 April 1908

NEWS OF OLD TOWN Things have been so quiet in the old town of late that the change has been noticeable to everyone. Sweet peace has heen hovering over the community loi a week now, ureatlv to the relief of all. The amphitheater of the Panhandle Athletic Club will be in readiness for the athletic contests that will occur under the auspices of the club on Sat urday night. The Jnrgens mill was closed down the fore part of the week on account of the scarcity of logs. Since the construction of the Northern Mercantile pole boom it has been difficult for the river men to drop logs in the Jurgens boom. On Saturday they lost about 10,000 feet ot logs and then decided to enlarge the boom. The pile driver was biought down from the falls and the boom en larged and work resumed. Mr. Pennington and wife] and Mr. Adkins and wife, of Kentucky, relatives of Mrs. Frank Quick, have arrived here and will probably settle in this section of the country. Jacob Martin has purchased the first, trains buildi...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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