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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 11 June 1908

The Newport Miner/ Official Paper or Stevens County VOLUME VIII RIVER IS RISING FAST Highest Stage of Water Since 03 and Still Rising. Due to Heavy Rains in Montana \l noon today, Thursday, the gua«*e :i 1 tin- Navigation company's docks -howed the river to be IS feet 7 inches I hove low water mark. This is a little more than two feet higher than high water mark last year when the guage showed 10 feet <> inches on June 14, the highest point reached. The river is -till rising at the rate of about half an inch an hour and shows no signs of hav ing reached high water mark us yet. Large ipiantities of drift and logs are coming down. The boom at the .Jurgens mill was badly damaged about, six o'clock last night. Seven piers gave way and were rallied down the stream. In some manner the boom sticks broke just right and about 50,000 feet, of logs belonging to the Fidelity Lumber Co. remained in the boom. The boom was badly tilled with trash before the piling gave way a lid the mill had...

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. — 11 June 1908

MRS. JAMES MONROE MILLER. Mrs. Miller, wife ». Ivausas representative, is one of the most popular niid progressive women iu the life of AVashington. Mrs. Miller Is a native of Pennsylvania, but was educated at the Kansas State university and for several ycirs was euiiaged in the woman s club in the west. MflL Miller is :i writer of considerable ability, having contributed several Stories j; tu r« • \".icimis n.a-izines. In Washington society she is noted as a'most ; int. «ii ■ ;ii 1 1iny woman. tprom Citizen To Soldier. [Original.] Royal Trimmingham at eighteen went to college, and the same year Elihu Dubbs went to West Point. Of the two Trimmingham was the more pop ular, the handsomer, the more attrac tive in every respect. The young men had no interest in-each other except iu one respect, and that may be called an antagonism instead of an interest— they loved the same girl. Genevieve Fay was the girl. It is somewhat difficult for a maiden of six teen to send either of two adorers ...

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. — 11 June 1908

M. E. HAY OF WILBER, WASHINGTON aNOIOATE for republican nomin- ATION FOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR Tiger Talk. Tiger, Wash., Jnneti, 1908. H. S. Savage left here yesterday f.tr .Metaline to work in the mine. S. L. Underwood has a gang of luMi loading poles at his landing mi the Pleasant Valley ranch. W. L. Morris returned a few days mjj-o from Colville, where he has been tlie past month, dealing out justice to lawbreakers. J. K. Myers and Mr. Hendrickson |efi here yesterday for a cruising expedition in the wilds of Cement. He v. Thomas May and wife have j'one to Spokane to make final proof on Mrs. May's timber claim. ft. Cross and Mr. Olmstead were business callers at Tiger yesterday. Mr. King, of Sandpoint, was a yuest at the Voder cottage one night this week. Mr. King has a claim four miles west of Tiger that he intends to improve and occupy as soon as he can build his shack. .1. E. Wood and \V. H. Click are also two new arrivals. Mr. Wood has a claim in Sec. .•}(), T. 37, R. 42, that h...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 11 June 1908

ADDITIONAL LOCAL Extra Star A Star shingles, air dried, $2.f»0 per M. Fidelity Lumber Co. Metcalf's "Creamo Ranche" butter. .:Ulc per pound, at Northern Merc. Co. Read the Northern Mercantile Co.'s ad on the last page of today's Miner. \V. C. Adam is spending the week at Lewiston, Idaho, the guest of friends. .1. Midnnis, Sr., of Spokane, is visit ing his sons and daughters in this city- Aug. Schwah and family are moving; into their new residence in Scott's ad dition. Miss Pearl Meyers, of Mandan, X. I)., is here for a visit with her sister Mrs. John Noble. • lust received a carload of brick. Moeser-Terry Lumber Co., 11. J. An derson, Manager. Xandpoint has passed an ordinance limiting the number of saloons to be allowed in that city to 21. Extra Star A Star air dried shingles, $2.r»0 per thousand. Moeser-Terry Lumber Co., 11. J. Anderson, Manager. Agent J. T. Gibbs, r»f the I. W. N. K. R. is confined to the house by sick ness today. .Timmie's friends hope he will soon be out. F. Le...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 11 June 1908

"Sempre Giovine" Twelve Points of Merit 1. Cleanses and ooens the pores and allows the skin to breathe. I. 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. Ft removes tan, moth and snnhnrn. r,. It is more than a beautifier. 7. It is a great medecine and feeds the starved tissues. S. Keeps the face cleaner than snap and water 9. The appearance of age will he kept hack twenty years by its use. CCbe IRewport KTliricr OFFICIAL PAPKIi OF STKVENS COUNTY Thursday, Junk 11, 190s. ]7|»Kl) 1.. WOLF, Kditor and Publisher Kutered in the postofliee at Newport, Wash, i,ioll asseeoiuJ class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICK Sl.."in EACH YKAR JUST AMONG OURSELVES H)H SALE —Two rowboats. See l.'ulph K. Kennedy. Extra Star A Star shingles, air dried, $2.50 per M. Fidelity Lumber Co. Mr. and Mrs. .lurgens, who live on a farm near Spokane, have been visiting their sons at this p...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 11 June 1908

G. S. COSGROVE OF POMEROY CANDIDATE FOR REPUBLICAN NOMIN- ATION FOR GOVERNOR Relationship Between Human and Bovine Tuberculosis Now that the state authorities are actively engaged in testing the Washington dairy herds for tuber culosis, it is well to acquaint the public with the true nature of the disease. Tuberculosis has existed from time immemorial. Presumably to safeguard the Hebrew race against the ravages of consumption, the Mosaic Kosher laws, governing the slaughter of domestic cattle were enacted. Vet, even then, the .Jews took their cue from the Egyp tians, who practiced meat inspec tion centuries before Pharaoh thought of having cow dreams. Nevertheless, these ancient regula tions notwithstanding, the disease has steadily progressed, until now there is scarcely a district on our globe where the dreaded white plague has not raised its ghastly standard. How then are we to fight tuber culosis? How are we to conquer where the ancients failed? By eradicating the disease in our...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 11 June 1908

Fruit and F lowers PEACH GROWING. bcrr.e Points on Spraying, Trimming and Grubbing For Borers. Before the peach buds start in the jpriag a spraying with the bordeaux jr (upper sulphate mixture for fungi uiiist be given; then immediately aft e r the petals fall the bordeaux-paris oreen mixture is used as an insecticide. Additional benefit is derived from suc cessive applications of the same at in lervals or' ten days or two weeks, t'each trees must be grubbed for bor eis in the spring and again in the fall. Xiiiiiuiing is never to be omitted, it iuv'oives the sheariug out of a multi tude of lust year's shoots and the cut ting back one-third or more of all the remaining growth, aiming ever at a :U „ open, symmetrical head. After trees have arrived at bearing age thr trimming should be done late in ,iuy <>r early June to facilitate the iuiiuatioii of fruit buds due at this tiuir Clean cultivation, followed by Uie cover crop, as employed the first scttfoii. is practiced ever after...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 11 June 1908

Children's-SHOES! HOW WE SAVE YOU 25 PER CENT. ON SHOES This is an exact picture of our misses' shoes. They are made of good upper stock with genuine OAK LEATHER SOLES, COUNTERS and INSOLES are made over perfect fitting lasts yet with the grace ful styles that appeal to the eye. Stylo -J:: is :t heavy kid blueher with a I'nll double sole. The kind that wears. This is positively the best shoe obtainable at any priee. Our priees: Sizes tos Sizes SVtoll ifl.fM Sizes 11 >4 to 2.....52.00 Style :!1, same style as t lit* above, with a half double sole. This shoe will wear as long as most shoes of l'._, times ihe eost. Our prices: Sizes 5)4 to» 11.00 Sizestoll |1.5."» sizes ll 1 .; to 2. .fl.on CALDWELL Clothing Company NORTHERN MERCAN TILE COMPANY'S....... OF SEASONABLE MERCHANDISE °^ in S io a HacKtvard Season We are Mating These EJTTHEMEL.V Lotu Trices. Come Early and Get Ihe "Best Selections? "Domestic Department Good quality Muslin, bleached, Sale Price Per Yard, 7^C Lonsdale Cambr...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 25 June 1908

Official Paper sitvens County VOLUME VIII FIDELITY WILL BUILD Sawmill with Capacity of Twenty- Five Million a Year. Work to Start Within 30 Days i'here ha- been quite a general im- .t—i.in that on account of the depres ii in the lumber business and the ra 1 unsettled condition of business it tht* Fidelity Lumber Co. would not in the construction of their mill icriws the river this year. Such is not lie case, as it is the intention of the inipany to go ahead this summer with in- erection of the mill and work on the ' .round- will he started within thirty ■ lays. President B. L. Willis, of the Fidelity i .inpany, was in Newport Tuesday j'ternoon, returning from a trip to the ; A est branch country, and, on being -Ke-1 hy a Miner ' representative: , hether the company would start the ■ection of the mill this summer, stated isitivelv that work would be started' - Mil. perhaps within thiity davs, and • hat the mill would be in operation ext. spring. The Great Northern Rail ed will build ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 25 June 1908

The estrangement of Mr and Mrs. Frank Gould adds another chapter to the many marital woes of the children of the late Jay Gould. Anna Gould obtained a divorce from the Count de Castellnne; Howard Gould sued his wife, who was Katherine Clemmons, for divorce, and now Mrs. Frank Gould seeks legal separation. She was Miss Kelly of New York, and as children she and Frank Gould were playmates. She is one of the most beautiful women in th« fashionable set in New York. ON THE WAY TO THE BLOCK. [Original.] One day some two and a half cen turies ago the Lady Arabella Boyle, borne in her "chair" by a couple of menials on Hie Strand in London, was stopped at Temple Bar. the way being narrow, by a small party on foot. The lady put her head out of the chair win dow to learn the cause of the delay. She saw a prisoner in charge of guards. A sudden thought struck the Lady Arabella. "Whither are you going?" she asked of the officer of the guard. "To Tyburn, may it please your lady ship." "What to do?...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 25 June 1908

For President. WM. H. TAFT. of Ohio. For Vice President I Wills S. SH HUMAN, of New York. Tin* Colville Statesman-Index Imv brought out .fonn Bettan , iturl, of Cement.,-as a candidate tut representative from this county. lVrluips under the new primary i;iw this side of the county may ■jet. :t fair deal in the matter of -eeuring representation on the ..»untv tickets, it never could when ■i political ring controlled the con . (inventions. Northport and that part of the i ciuntv seems to he a unit in ask ing the nomination of L.C.Thomas tor county assessor, on the ground that Mr. Thomas can he relied upon i<> give all partsof the county i square deal. Th»' Democrats have not as vet brought out a candidate for com missioner from this side of the count v. Mr. Fountain does not desire a re-election, it is said, and there has been some talk of a lower liver candidate and at least one •.■entleman is considering the ad visability of entering the lists. Tin- Northport Republican has i ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 25 June 1908

To Help You Celebrate the 4th! Adams' Pharmacy has a Big Line of FireCrackers, Roman Candles, Rockets, Paper Baloons And All the Late Novelties Intended for the Celebration of the Glorious Fourth. Let us Help You to Be Patriotic. A Fine New Line of 1776... Hammocks! ...1908 NEWS OF OLD TOWN The Democratic primary to select one delegate to the P>onner county Demo cratic convention will be held at the sehoolhouse in Norton's addition on next Saturday. In addition to the dele gate to the convention two justices of the peace and one constable are to be nominated. it is understood that E. H. C. Mc- Curdy of old town will try to secure the Democratic nomination for county com missioner. The Bonner Democratic ccnvention will be held on July 23. Mrs. Edward Houehins has an nounced the approaching marriage of her daughter, Anna Houehins Ounther to Harry L. Kemp, of new town. The wedding will be celebrated next Sunday. Immediutely after the ceremony the newly married couple will depart for...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 25 June 1908

E. E. Ellsworth has purchased the drug business of Tiss & McMorran and hopes to merit the patronage of customers of the old firm and win new ones. Every effort will be made to run the business on progressive lines and with gQPH c j s and honest service win a fair share of the business of Newport and this section. Celebrate the 4thl And do it right by getting some of our Fire Crackers, Roman Gandles, Rockets and other bration accessories. — — E. E. ELLSWORTH Successor to TISS & MeMORRAN £be "Hewport "miner omciAl. PAPER OF STEVENS COUNTY Thtrsday, June 20, 190s. KREI) L. WOLF. Editor and Publisher Kntercd in the postoftioe at Newport, Wash, union as second class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE »l., r >o EACH YEAR JUST AMONG OURSELVES Special sale in pictures and frames at Miller's old stand. FOR SALE —Two rowboats. See Italph K. Kennedy. Mrs. Reynolds, of Lind, has purchased several lots in Ankerson's addition to Newport. Wm. Coulter, who is a student at Washington State C...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 25 June 1908

DIKING THE VALLEY A Correspondent Discusses Pro posed Plans. Suggests Division Into Districts Kditor Newport Miner. The annual freshet in the Fend Oreille river is subsiding, after having submerged the greater por tion of the Calispel valley to a depth greater than occurred in the summer of 1903- The water has destroyed practically the entire acreage of grain and done much damage to timothy fields. A con servative estimate indicates that | the acreage destroyed was three times greater than that of last \ ear, and that the loss in bushels of grain will amount to 125,000 to 150,000 bushels, and the same esti mate places the actual money loss at fully $50,000. But while this loss is keenly felt by all in the valley, this annual event of high water has brought with it some compensation, for it is serving to crystallize sentiment in favor of diking to prevent the recurrence of such a loss, and action lias already been taken toward the formation of two dik ing districts, and it is this ac...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 25 June 1908

News From Svlltaui. \lanv ranchers in this vicinity fearful lest the cold wet weather will shorten the crops. A. K. Kroll came from above lake yesterday and visited j the postoffice. It. Poskev, of the Sullivan trail, has crone up the river to *ork awhile. Mrs. 1- I. Dykins is visiting her .laughter Mrs. Geo. S. Henrv. at i,c Cedar Springs ranch. Harry Mclntyre, who spent the . it.nil term in Spokane, came down Monday to spend the summer with his lather, .1. Mclntyre, near Sul livan lake. ••Dor' McAltee has been assist i in» in some survey work near Metal inc tor some da vs. Miss Edna Woodard who has j t.rt-n spending the summer with: Mr-. L. Gothman, is at present I -laving with Mrs. ''Doc" McAl»ee! during Mr. McAlice's absence. Many people are going to Sul livan lake fishing and mo-t of them ! report a good catch. John Worley of the marble mine, j hi Harvey creek, was a Sullivan visitor last week. Mr. Worley re-j ports much snow in the high hills. ; Ralph Ingard is making prep-( n...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 25 June 1908

Hosiery! □ Hosiery! Just Received a Complete Line of EVER= WEAR Guaranteed Hosiery in Men's LOT I—lnfants' Seamless Hose, super ior quality, sizes 4» to s|, regular value 10c per pair, sale price 5C LOT 2—Bear Skin and Kitty Hose for children, sizes 5-J to 10, regular 20c val ues, sale price 10C LOT .'l—Sandow Heavy Hose for boys a most excellent value at 25c, to be sold at this sale at 15C "agents FOR ; iW.LDouglas Shoes! ; Best in th e World, j NEWS ALONG THE RIVER lone Started New Schedule Last Monday Daily Service to and From, Metaline The Steamer lone on Mondav entered the regular freight and passenger serv ice on the river and leaves here every morning except Sunday, after the ar rival of the 9:20 I. W. N. train. She goes as far as Yocum where she meets the Steamer Newport which comes up from lone. Returning the lone arrives at Newport in time to connect with the 0:15 p. mi. train for Spokane. Passen gers are transferred around Box .Canyon by team to a connection with the laun...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 2 July 1908

The Newport Miner Official Paper of Stevtrs County VOLUME VIII KANISKI) NATL FOREST laine of Near-By Forest Changed, Effective July Ist. \rws Notes of the Big Woods. uiesday morning, .Inly 1, the llag .-.'ing from the local national forest - >- bore the name K.ani=ku. On iri ,.r» it was found that in accordance an order from the forestry depait -nt the name of the Priwt Kivet \a aai Forest had Iteeri change« to r-.=.ni«ku. effective July 1. r\ani=ku an Indian icimr fur Priest .Kf- and means "Paradise ' •<» Happy Waters." Thedepart men! make* r change with the desire of having a ,-rinotive (oral name of one word, i»n July 1 a rhange was made in the . .niaries of the Kani«ku forest, about -W.OOO acres on the ea = t side of the abinet range «»i mountain?, in the , ..-unity of Port Hill, having been taken irr.iii the jurisdiction of Supervisor :: : mme, and added to the newlv organ -d Pend Oreille Forest, under Acting • ipervisor .1. F. Barton. with head .ar ters at Sandpoint. The...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 2 July 1908

CALDWELL CLOTHING COMP'Y Hamilton Carhartt's Gloves and Overalls "EVERWEAR" HOSIERY, 6 Pair, 6 Months, No Holes! Hats!::: Hats! We have just received a large shipment of the justly celebrat ed "Patterson" Hat in all the latest Styles, Shapes and Col ors. The Patterson Hat has better wearing qualities, finer material, easier fitting and bet ter shapes than other hats of this grade. We also have some good shapes in the John B. Stetson Boss Raw Edge Hats J. B. Stetson.... 55.00 White Diamond. $3.00 The Patterson...s3.so The Boss Hat...52.00 COR.R.ESPONDENCE News at Metaline Kip Van Winkle-like, Metaline; is awakening from her long slum, her. People from different sections are daily coining in ami looking over the situation. The sound of i.he saw nml the hammer announce the ailvane-ement of improvements. Two stores, two lodging houses, two restaurants, two saloons, a 1 postotiiee and an oflice building constitute the business buildings. The Spokane Lead Company's concentrator has blown ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 2 July 1908

PROM DREAM TO REALITY. [Orisitiu!. ] Once upon a time a family, consist ing of a young man. his wife and two little children, lived in a cabin near a pottery in England. The wife did tbe cooking, took care of the home and the children, while the husband worked in the pottery. Edmond Spier was not a very good workman. He was rather inclined to study processes for saving labor or of producing new and useful articles. His wife, who was a practical wo man, had to bear her share of her hus band's handicap. She often argued with him as to the futility of dreaming about new processes none of which he had the ability to invent and being thus drawn from hard work which might advance his wages ami render the family more comfortable. But it is impossible to change people's dis positions, and Molly Spier at last gave- up trying to change that of her husband. Meanwhile there was no addition to the comforts of the home. The larder was no better, the furniture was get ilog more shabby, and the chi...

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

[To Help You Celebrate the 4thll I Adams' Pharmacy has a Big Line of I I FireCrackers, Roman Candles, Rockets, Paperßaloons 1 B And All the Late Novelties Intended for the Celebration of the Glorious Fourth. Let us Help You to Be Patriotic. || I A Fine New Line of 1776... I I Hammocks! ...1908 I NEWS OF OLD TOWN The Kemp-Gunther wedding party tra\»' the bunch of charivari friends the slip very nicely on Sunday. The gen t-rat understanding was that the wed ding was to occur at the Baptist church about noon, and that the party would leave on the afternoon train for Port kind. The gang had their plans all laid to capture the groom, but that gentle man goi word of the scheme and was married five hours previous to the an nounced time. The party failed to escape siyit free, however, as they were peppered with rice by members of their own party, and the interior of the coach looked like the floor of a rice mill when train departed. One of the most prominent characters nt Old Town was arres...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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