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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 21 May 1908

"Sempre Giovine" (ALWAYS YOUNG) It has no Equal for Healing, Purifying and Beautifying the Skin. Twelve Points of Merit 1. Cleanses and onens the pores and allows the skin to breathe. 2. Readily absorbed bv the skin and greatly taken up by the tiesues. It is not a cosmetic—but a permanent remedy. 4. Does not cover up the blemishes or gloss them over —it curep. 5. It removes tan. moth and snnhnrn. It is more than a bpautifier. 7. It is a great medecine and feeds the starved tissues. S. Keeps tlie face cleaner than soap and water It. The appearance of age will he kept hack twenty years by its use. Che Ktewport TOlner OFFICIAL I'AI'ER OF STEVENS COUNTY Thursday, May 21, 1908. FKF.I) L. WOLF, Editor and Publisher Kntercd in the postoflice at Newport. Wash. nKton as second class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE EACH YEAR JUST AMONG OURSELVES Best soil in Cedar Park. Go and see it. Second hand goods bought and sold at Williams. The natural fruit and garden soil in Cedar Park. Silver Birch ...

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. — 21 May 1908

Proceedings of the County Commis sioners of Stevens County. (Continued From Issue of May 14.) in the matter of the petition of E. G. Graham for county road, commencing at a point on the Spring'Vallev road, where the section line be -1 ween Sees, ii iind 24, T. 30, K. 45, crosses said road, running thence north to the nw corner of ttic s»., of the nw}4 Sec. 24, T. 30, R. 4.> E. W.M.thfuceeast along the eighth line,and end ing a! the state line between Idaho and Wash ington, a distance of l 1 •* miles, the petition granted and survey ordered. Bonds approved. Bills allowed as follows: Amount. :tc> I'sk Trading < 0, supplies, road and bridge 3 •17 F A Purchase, road work, district road and bridge 3 121 13 ys Ceo lfynes, deputy sheriff. 3 00 'M chas G Burch & Bro, supplies Mrs Walker • 12 25 Petition for appointment of J. K. Gregory as justice of the peace laid over. Bill of Chas Zickefoos laid over. 100 J Crier, JP, cost State vs. Johnson $2 •>"> too J G Dietrick, con...

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. — 21 May 1908

A GREAT MINING CAMP [Concluded from page throe ] men have visited the Metaline country, and do not hesitate to say that it bears every promise of future .rreatness It surface showings and ihe results of development work ulready done count for anything, it cannot be denied that Metaline will in the very near future take its place as one of the great productive and substantial camps of the west. Newport is the gateway to the Metalines. All traffic by river or rail must pass through this city. The development of the camp and :t 11 the lower river country must prove of inestimable value to New port. if our citizens will grasp the opportunities open before us. The Pend d'Oreille river valley is one vast storehouse of timber, mineral and agricultural wealth. Ihe resources of which are but slightly exploited ard little under - stood. The building of the Idaho iV Washington Northern Railroad down the valley will bring the world in touch with its wondrous resources and a new empire of wealth...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 21 May 1908

THE BEST $3 §£ SHOE IN THE WORLD FOR MEN NEW TRAIN JUNE IST New Spokane Service on Idaho & Washington Northern R. R. Makes Connections for the East On June Ist the Idaho & Washington Northern Railroad Co. will place in effect a new time card, which will in clude several changes from the present schedule and a new daily service from and to Spokane. The following will be the passenger schedule: Arrive at Newport from Spirit Lake at 7:40 a. m., from Spokane at 0:20 a. in., 1:30 p. in and 7:20 p. in. Leave Newport for Spokane at Ha. m., 1:50 p. in. and 0:15 p.m. For Spirit Lake at 7 .'SO p. m. The 1:50 p. in. train for Spokane will connect at Grand Junction with the Soo-Spokane. trains for points east, via the Spokane-International and Canadian Pacific, the finest train and shortest time to the Twin Cities of St. Paul and Minneapolis. The train leaving here at 6:15 connects at Maguires with the elec tric road for Couer d'Alene. To provide equipment for the new service, another t...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 28 May 1908

Official Paper of Stevens County VOLUME VIII RAIL NEWS OF WEEK Now Time Card pn the I. & W. N. R. R. Depots Are About Completed The new equipment of tlie Idaho tfc Washington Northern Railroad arrived, it Spirit Lake this week and the new engine arrived at Newport last Friday, l ime cards are out and the new service ifnes into effect Monday, June 1. The )if\v train will leave at Spokane at 11 :1 5 I. hi. and arrive at Newort at 1:30 p. m., and will leave Newport for Spokane at I :*>(! p. in., arriving at Spokane at 3:55 p. m. The train which lias heen leaving Newport at 5:25 p. in. will leave at 6:15, and the last train from Spokane will arrive at Newport at 7 :20 p. in. The new card gives three trains every day to and from Spokane, ami one addi tional train between Newport and Spirit Lake. The train leaving here at 1:50 connects at Grand Junction with the Soo-Spokane train for the east, and at Spokane with the (). 11. & N. train for Portland. Passenger service of this ch...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 28 May 1908

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Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 28 May 1908

In a "Belfry [Original.] On an eminence a few miles north of a town in Alabama stands a churcli with a belfry. It stood there during tLe civil war. In the spring of 18G2 Oan Harkaway. a young man whose rather was a deacon in the church, used to go up into the belfry daily and sometimes on moonlight nights to take a look up the turnpike, which was plainly visible for some miles north ward. hoping to catch the first sight of Yankee troops that were expected to occupy that region. Harkaway set great store by this vedette system in vented by himself and promised to warn his neighbors in time to set their houses in older and put their silver .spoons in the well before the arrival of the enemy. Haiku way was in love with Nancy inirbiu, a girl who found it difficult to decide between liiin and Tom Nolan. One day Nolan overheard some ne groes talking together about the prox imity of 1 lie Yankees, some saying that they would come within a few hours. Nolan thought to get vjiead of his rival ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 28 May 1908

If you are about to build see I. W. HARRIS CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER Agent for Halford's Addition and Acre Tracts I Improved Acre, &ood house, $700, Terms I I =li Acre Tract in Halford's Add. Bargain. Dynamos, Motors and Storage Batteries W. L. Chrysler Electrical Contractor Bicycles and Sundries Newport, Wash. TIMBER LAND. ACT JUNE 8. 1878 Notice lor Publication U. S. Land Office, Spokane, Wash., April 9, J9OB. Notice is hereby given that in compliance with the provisions of the act of Congress of June 3,1878, entitled "An act lor the sale of timber lands in theStatesof California, Oregon, Nevada, and Washington Territory," as ex tended to all the Public Land States "by act of August 1,1892, SARAH W LANPHERE, of Spokane, county of Spokane, state of Wash ington, has this day filed in this office her sworn statement N0.'2235,f0r the purchase of the * l A ne!4 swJ4 of Sec. No. 2, in Twp. No. 28 N., Range No. 45 E. W. M., and will offer proof to show that the land sought is more val u...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 28 May 1908

"Sempre Giovine" Twelve Points of Merit |. Cleanses and onens the pores and allows the skin to breathe. 2. Readily absorbed by the skin and greatly taken up by the tissues. .'». It is not a cosmetic—but n permanent remedy. 1. Does not cover up the blemishes or gloss thein over—it cures. r>. It removes tan, moth and sunburn. (;. Jt is more than a beautifier. 7. It is a great medecine and feeds the starved tissues. S. Keeps the face cleaner than soap and water 9. The appearance of age will be kept, hack twenty years by its use. dbe tftewport Hflincr OFFICIAL PAPER OF STEVENS COUNTY Thursday, May 28, H)OS FRED L. WOLF, Editor ami Publisher Entered in the postoflioe at Newport, Wasli. «Kton as second class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE iH.'.n EACH YEAR JUST AMONG OURSELVES Second hand goods bought and sold at Williams. Alex Brazeau was a Spokane visitor on Wednesday. Silver Birch "Half and Half," 10c at all fountains. 48-8t Mann & Hughes have real estate to sell. See thorn. FOR...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 28 May 1908

Direct Primary Law to Stand Olympia. Wash., May 25. —The supreme court today refused to pass upon the merits of the case involving the constitutionality of the drect primary law. This was the action brought by Gordon Mackay, of this city, against City Clerk J. R. Devock, of Olympia, brought as a taxpayer to enjoin the city from holding a municapal election under the primary law, it being contended that to contract the expense would be illegal be cause the law is unconstitutional. In this country practically all the questions that have been raised against the constitutionality of the law were argued to the supreme court, but it was admitted that the election had been held, the expense contracted and paid and, so far as this particular case is concerned, a decision would mean nothing. Of course the court might have gone into the merits of the whole matter had it so desired, it says. However, it continues, "the de mands of actual practical litigation are too pressing to permit the dis ...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 28 May 1908

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 28 May 1908

NEWS OF OLD TOWN Contractor Sappington is constructing a three-room cottage on the south side of the Great Northern for Constable New some. A brail of poles belonging to the Fidelity Lumber Co. broke loose from its anchorage near Albeni Falls on Mon day and went down the river. A por tion of the poles were caught in the various ponds alone the river front, but some of thein went down the river. The poles had been anchored 011 the east aide of the river until recently, when they were removed to the opposite side. They had been near the falls since last fall. There had been some misunder standing about .the purchaser taking them up. Don't forget the school election, which occurs 011 Saturday, May 30, between the hours of 1 and 5 p. 111., at the school house. The question of removing the building from its present location or enlarging the capacity is to be voted upon. Manager Moore, of the pole depart ment of tiie Northern Mercantile Co., is kept pretty busy these days handling the pol...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 4 June 1908

Official Paper of Stevens County VOLUME VIII MADE A TRIAL TRIP jj,nv Steamer lone Given Trial Tuesday Morning. News Along the Rtver Front The lone had her trial trip on Tues day about noow. The boat was taken U|> to tln* falls and then went down to Hit- LangiUe shipyard for a spin. Alf. Wclnnis was at the wheel and the boat hehaved admirably. She was not run under a full head of steam at any time I.ut showed that she will be a speedy i iait. She will be given another trial • Miii when the builders will have a chance to show her owners what the lioat is eapahle of doing in the speed I ine. Among the guests who were on hoard Muring the trip were F. A. Blackwell, (-.resident of the Idaho it Washington Northern, i\ Lindslev, president of the Pentl d'Oreille River Navigation Co.. C. K. Flagge, connected with the publicity department of the Inland Em pire System, (ieorge Fiatt, of this city, icpresenting the Lindslev Bros., and \V. 1\ Smith, editor of the Spirit Lake I lerald. The Defe...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 4 June 1908

Among the distinguished visitors at the Catholic centennial in New York city was Cardinal Logue of Ireland, who came to America expressly to attend the celebration. The cardinal is archbishop of Armagh and primate of all Ireland. He is a man of most, engaging personality and a brilliant orator. On the occasion of his departure from Ireland he said he was going to America to carry greetings to the native sons of the Emerald Isle who were in exile In the new world. r J~*he Mystery Of a tzrio. [Original.] The stone house on the hill was the principal residence of Heyfordville, and it and its occupants were duly reverenced by the people. It had passed down from one generation of Heyfords, from whom the town de rived its name, to another till it fell into the hands of Lawrence Heyford, a bachelor about thirty. He kept serv ants there and stayed there himself at times. Since he was a man of the world, the neighbors wondered why he stayed there at all. but he had little or no intercourse w...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 4 June 1908

Fruit Fi owers BOSTON FERNS. They Should Be Grown In a Bright and Airy House. preparations for the summer crop of Boston ferns and the various other nephrolepises that are included among the iiorists' stock are in order. These ferns are readily multiplied by means of their many runners, Plant out the lock plants on a bench, giving them ibout four inches of good soil of very similar character to that one would plant roses in, and in a few weeks there are likely to be some young plants that may be taken off and pot ted. When first planted the nephro iepis bed will not require very frequent waterings, but as the plants become vsell rooted and grow freely they will take up a great deal of water, for they hould be grown in a bright and airy house in order to keep the young plants short and stocky. A night tem perature of (50 to 05 degrees is quite warm enough, states Gardening. These neplirolepises are sometimes troubled with a rather tiat, brown NEPHROIiEPIS SUPEKBISSJMA. scale, but the...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 4 June 1908

If you are about to build see I. W. HARRIS CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER Agent for Halford's Addition and Acre Tracts Timber Claim, 750,000 Feet, Good house. I 1-3 Acre Tract in flalford's Add. Bargain. Dynamos, Motors and Storage Batteries W. L. Chrysler Electrical Contractor Bicycles and Sundries Newport, Wash. Boat Excursion to Cusick Next Sunday. June 7, the New port ball team goes to Cusick and in order to take down the teain and give our citizens an opportunity to seethe game and enjoy a delightful river trip Manager Mclnnis oi" the Pend d'Oreille River Navigation Co. has arranged to run an excur sion using the Steamer Newport for the occasion. The boat will leave the dock promptly at 10 a. m. arriving at Cusick in time for din ner and leaving on the return trip after the game. The river is at its best just now and the trip will be full of pleasure for all. The Newport band will go and furnish music for the occasion. A round trip rate of $1.00 is made from Newport. Win Two from Spoka...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 4 June 1908

"Sempre Giovine" Twelve Points of Merit 1. Cleanses and onens the pores and allows the skin to breathe. •J. Readily absorbed by the skin and greatly taken up by the tissues. :>. It is not a cosmetic—but a permanent remedy. I. Does not cover up the blemishes or gloss them over —it cures. It removes tan, moth and snnhnrn. i;. It is more than a beautifier. 7. It is a great medecine and feeds the starved tissues. S. Keeps the face cleaner than soap and water 9. The appearance of age will he kept hack twenty vwirs hv its use. CLbe IHewport UHincr OFFICIAL PAPER OF STEVENS COUNTY Thursday, Junk -1, 190S FRF I) 1.. WOLF, Editor anil Publisher Kireri'ii in the postotlioo at Newport, Wash. ,Ito 11 asseeom' class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICK M.'.O EACH YKAR JUST AMONG OURSELVES Silver Birch "Half and Half," 10c at all fountains. -PB-8t .Mann & Hughes have real estate to <ell. See them. FOR SALE —Two rowboats. See Ralph K. Kennedy. Extra Star A Star shingles, air dried, f2.r>o ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 4 June 1908

Anthony Hope, whose novels are so popular with all readers of fiction, LuuUittle success as a writer until he produced the "Prisoner of Zenda," where upon he came into immediate and lasting popularity. Mr. Hope is an Ideal writer of serial stories, for he is a master of the art of suspense. This never has been more substantially verified than in his splendid story "Sophy of Kiavonia." 111 this work he has returned to the field of romance, which mad# him famous. There is such suspense between the chapters of reckless adven ture, court intrigue, conspiracy and hairbreadth escapes as to give the story ?::ux inexplicable charm which is tho true condiment of romance. Come 'Parties framed 'Breton. [Copyright.] Mr. Brown of New York was spend ing his summer at home while his family was in the country. He lived alone in the house and took his meals at his club. One evening Brown went home aft er a sumptuous dinner, switched on the lights and sat down in the library. Presently a key unlocked...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 4 June 1908

Neighborhood News. j : j,ll All < i'T, an orchardist, is ; ~ ,i iin: in |>1 :ii* t 1 (JO acres to , , lin tin* vicinity of Che-j il»* rejnes» 111- a company : will |>utvli.i-e over 1000 aeres j : in that vicinity, which is! , , T it-, 1 to he available for apple I ; Uure without in iuntion. I | (( . I'm liners' :uni Merchants'! lh i : |, :l s •»| ;*■'ll* il for business at 1 , i| i: j,! i!e. ll is a brand) of the ! Winters' hank at Colville. i . licwelaii is preparing to enter ,,it ;t large nuinlier of mining men ~ Spokane on the loth of June. ;,<v will try and interest the -j..ikane men in the Chewelab ■ fining district. Mevers Falls is to have a new tiling mill and box factory. Jhe •> i 11!irt-1 »radric 1c Co. will erect a j.; tiit-r eighty by ninety feet in , .it that point within (JO days. It will have a capacity for dressing imiho feet of lumber daily. The h>x factory will turn out 3000 l».ixes a day. The prospects for the reopening lit the marble quarries loc...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 4 June 1908

SUMMER: GOODS They Have Arrived A large consignment of the justly celebrated "CARHARTT brand oi Men s Work doth* ing and Gloves. Made In an honorable way for honorable men. We have the exclusive sale of these goods for this section and invite inspection. Neckwear We Have just received a very complete line of summer Neck wear in all the new patterns and weaves. Lot 1 contains a handsome assortment of four in-hands and tecks at 50 CtS. Lot 2 contains a large assort ment of iour-in-hands,, some thing rarely seen at 25 CtS. CALDWELL Clothing Company WAS STRENUOUS SESSION Council Meeting Largely Attend' ed by Citizens. Important Matters are Discussed Meetings of the city council arc be ginning to be as attractive to the citi zens at largo as a show. The meeting of last. Tuescay night drew a crowd of about f)0 people and the standing room only sign was hung out in the foyer at an early hour. The audience was treated to an exciting session and were well re paid for their attendance. It is ...

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