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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 2 July 1908

E. E. Ellsworth has purchased the drus business of Tiss & MoMorran 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 %QPd aQPds and honest service win a fair share of the business of Newport and this section. Celebrate the 4th! And do it right by getting some of our Fire Crackers, Roman Candles, Rockets and other cele bration accessories. ___ E. E. ELLSWORTH Successor to TISS & McMORRAN {£ be Utewport miner OFFICIAL PAPER OF STEVENS COrXTY Thursday, July 2, 190s. FKKD 1,. WOLF, Editor and Publisher Mirered in the postottice at Newport, Wash, union as second class mail matter. -dTBSfRIPTION PRK'E »1.:>0 KACH YEAR JUST AMONG OURSELVES Special sale in pictures and frames at Miller's old stand. FOR SALE—Two rowhoats. See tialph K. Kennedy. See the new Rocki'ord watch move ments at Jerry TJesart's. C. F. Craig ie» advertising Newport lots and tracts in the Spirit l.ake Her...

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. — 2 July 1908

GENERAL WILLIAM BOOTH AT SEVENTY-NINE. This picture of General Booth anil his two little grandchildren was taken on the occasion of the seventy-ninth birthday of the founder of the Salvation Army. General Booth laid the beginnings of his army in 1805. He beyan by preaching in the slums of English towns and rendering material as well as spiritual aid to those lie drew about him. This has since been the unswerving policy of the Salvation Army—to feed the hungry and comfort the despairing. General Booth is a strict vegetarian and a model of frugality in his manner of living. TOWN LOYALTY TALK, Oklahoma Paper Hammers Hot Sparks From the Anvil. DO ANY OF 'EM STRIKE YOU? How Can You Consistently Preach Patronage uf Home Industries When You Buy Your Printing From Other Places?— Hints to the Wise. Some hot sparks are struck right off the anvil by the Morning Phenix of Muskogee, Okla., for the benefit of the home trade movement. The Phoenix, which knows the value of a good news paper to a to...

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. — 2 July 1908

For President, VVM. 11. TAFT, of Ohio. For Vice President JAMES S. SHERMAN, of No.v York.- Political Announcements i PAID A 1 >VERTISINt;. ] t hereby announce myself a Republi ui candidate for the office of assessor Stevens county, Wash., subject to the vail of the people as will be expressed at rhe primaries to be held Sept. S, 190 S. L. C l . Thomas, Ryan, Wash. 1 hereby announce myself a Repub lican candidate for the ofliee of- assessor ~i Stevens county. Wash., subject to the will of the people as will be ex di eased a 1 the primaries to beheld on >ppt 1908. Frank Hottorf. 1 hereby announce my candidacy for ii.c Republican nomination for conimis -i .iiei from the Third district, subject the will of the voters at the primary. F. S. Maxwell, Lenora. Among the men whose names will he presented to the voters at primaries, none deserves the earn est and hearty support of the electors more than Judge Carey, ami, unless all signs fail, none will receive a. more splendid endorse m...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 2 July 1908

m Reduction Sale! We need the cash==how bad, our Stock Reduction prices will show. Of course it's a mixed lot of things we've got to selMeftovers from last winter as well as too many fine new thing's we bought for this spring and summer. Whatever the thing may be, though, you'll find it marked to be worth buying now, though it may be months before you can use it. Don't ask us to lay anything aside. Everything will be as advertised and the first to come will be the first served. You will find all our goods arranged so that everybody will have an even chance to get first pick of our big Stock Reduction Bargains. SALE STARTS 9 A. M., MONDAY, JULY 6 and not one cent's worth will be sold from Friday night until Monday morning. BE THERE FIRST if you want FIRST PICK of the Bargains. We Close Friday Night at Ten O'Clock ! j In this department particularly we seem to have outdone I 1 1 ourselves in overbuying. We thought this town and country round about would take things of a kind and im qu...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 9 July 1908

The Newport Mines official Piper of Stevens County VOLUME VIII A PRODUCTIVE SECTION State College So Classifies South- ern Stevens County. Kich In Agricultural Resources ihe Washington Agricultural Kxpen- j luent Station at Pnllman has issued r-niletin No. 7, which contains a sum- ; rnary of the soil survey of the state In Leaking up this bulletin samples of soil j in.ni all over this state-have been anal- j , zed, ten specimens from this county j having been examined hy the experts. ! in summarizing'the results of this anal-j sis the bulletin says oi the soil in this j section: "The valleys of southern Stevens I county show a heavy clav soil, inclined ! to be deficient in nitrogen and humus, j r.ut well supplied with lime and potash. | occasional very calcareous (that is, con-' taining high percentages of carbonate of oi iime) soils are found. In fact, a high content may be said to be the most jtriting characteristic of the soils of this iistrict. Soils of this type are almost univ...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 9 July 1908

Jones, He Tays the Freight and the Veople Get the 'Benefit. £15,978.65 tOorth of High - FOR THIRTY DAYS, commencing July 11. and winding up at midntght we do the battle of our lives to unload this big merchandise that will wake up the people from all parts of the country. : : FOR THIRTY DAYS WE ARE GOING TO DO THE BATTLE We are going to do battle for the masses and not the classes. FOR THIRTY DAYS we want to make the greatest Summer Opening and Trade Increasing Carnival that ever appeared within the history of this country, for with us it is cold cash we want and we must have it quick. All former attempts at mere has ing by us or any other concern, within 50 miles of this city, will be eclipsed beyond all question. THE CITY WILL BE IN A STIR AS NEVER BEFOR. A hustle and a bustle throughout the entire big store that will wake mortal man from his slumbers. It will be a wonderful gathering of the people. We want cash and we are going to give the people the benefit. We will raise the ro...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 9 July 1908

CO&I&BSPONDENCE Tt|er Talk. Tiger, Wash., July's, 1908. Urv. Thomas May preached a I the Tiger school house last Sunday. lane 30. The ball game last Sunday be- i twf-en the Tigers and the Metaline • team resulted in a score of II to 4 j m favor of the Tigers. Mr and Mrs. Moffett left last Sunday for Kellogg, Idaho, their i tanner home. Mr-. Flora Cross came down iforti their ranch to visit friends at | Tiger. I ) Honsinger and wife visited j mends at Tiger last Sunday. Peter Hendrickson and daughters were guests for dinner at the Yoder .ottage last Sunday, on their way' their uncle, J. F. Myers. Mr Chamberlain came home k from LaClede, where he has r.i-en working for a lumber com- pany. .1 B Miner and famiUuyaiuped u. the woods over Sunday. They intended to take the boat here Wednesday morning, but missed it and had to lay over until Mon day morning. They intend to ruabe the trip on foot, with a horse to carry their camping outfit. The tirst point they intend to make will be...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 9 July 1908

TOILET SOAPS TOILET SOARS A large invoice of witch hazel toilet soap just received which we are selling at the low price of 15c a box, containing three cakes J <»'**. Dr. Mann's Health soap - - 35c box Glycerine Transparent toilet soap 25c box Violet Scented Buttermilk soap - 25c box Supertar Shampoo soap - - - 50c box Lettuce Complexion soap - : 25c box "Fanparoso" Glycerine Complexion soap 50c box Almond Emollient toilet soap - 25c box Look over our large new line of Hammocks ADDITIONAL LOCAL ,L S. Mitchell is at North Yakima on a business .trip. - FOR SALE—Refrigerator, brand new. , inquire at Banquet restaurant. Governor Albert E. Mead ban issued a notary public commission to A. S. Sher lock. We* have another carload of those gcod shingles. Moeser-Terry Lumber Co., H. .1. Anderson. • SPECIAL---Chicken dinner Sunday ; at the Banquet restaurant, :»•"><'. fee cream served all day. The Home Restauiant and Bakery is now serving ice cream every day and evening and will also s...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 9 July 1908

The Ellsworth Pharmacy ♦ ♦ E. E. ELLSWORTH Successor to TISS & McMORRAN (Lhc Viewport "fttinei OFFICIAL PAPER OF STEVENS COUNTY Thursday, July 9, 1908. FRED L. WOLF, Editor and Publisher Entered in thepostoftice at Newport. Wash, lagton as second class mail matter. 3UBSCRIPTION PRICE *1.50 EACH YEAR JUST AMONG OURSELVES Special sale in pictures and frames at viiller's old stand. FOR SALE—Two row boats See Ralph K. Kennedy. See the new Rockford watch move ments at Jerry Desart's.' B, J. Fitzgerald, of Sacramento, Cal. is the new operator at the Great North ern. FOR SALE—Chicago typewriter, in good condition. M. A. Kirkpat-riek. P. 0 Box No. 7, Newport, Wn. S-2t One corner lot on Washington avenue for sale, One lot and house for sale. Inquire of W. F. Millard. Mr. and Mrs Dow leg ot Pendleton, Ore., are visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Anderson at Maple Hill. You buy the lot and furnish the car penter. We furnish the lumber. Moeser- Terry Lumber Co., H' J. Anderson, Manager. Mona, daug...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 9 July 1908

TREES AS BEAUTIFIERS i Value of a Welfare League's Cru-! sade Already Apparent. PRICE OF LOTS ADDED TO. j Property Owners In Evanston, 111., , Now Realize the Benefit —How the j Village Has Been Improved In a Few Years. The village of Evanston, 111., was built up in a few years on the site of a number of dairy farms lying be tween Walnut Hills and Norwood. There were no natural trees on these farms, and the result was the new village was without shade. All the ►treets in the village were paved with brick, and the reflection of the hot sun on a summer day made the need of shade trees all the more marked. Three years ago the Welfare associa tion of Evanston appointed a commit tee on shade trees, and this committer called upon every lot owner in the vil lage and urged the planting of trees twenty-five feet apart along the curb line. This request was heartily re sponded to. says the Cincinnati Com mercial Tribune, and resulted in the planting of 800 hard maples, each about twelve high. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 9 July 1908

For President, WM. 11. TAFT, of Ohio. Kur Viw t'resideiii I \ MLS S. SHKKMA \ <n Nt'\> York political Announcements I PAID advertising] I hereby announce myself a Kepubli , and id ate for the office of assessor k -tevens county, Wash., subject to the „iil oi the people as will be expressed at primaries to be held Sept 8, 1908 K. C. Thomas, Rvan, Wash. l hcieby announce myself u Kepub i;, an < andidate for the office of assessor oi Steven9 county. Wash., subject to ■ t:t' will of the people as will be ex pressed ut the primaries to be held on i e pt s, 1908. Frank Bottorf. 1 hereby announce my candidacy for ■::e Republican nomination for commis sioner irom the Third district, subject the will of the voters at the primary. F. S. Maxwell, Lenora. I hereby announce my candidacy tor the Republican nomination - for commis sioner from the Third district, subject to the wdi of the voters at the primary dertion Sept. 8. G. W. Sptherland, The function of the library, as an institutio...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 9 July 1908

CALDWELL CLOTHING COMP'V - 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 materiaeasier fitting and bet ter shapes than other hats of this grade. Wc also have some good shape* in the .John f3. Stetson Boss Raw Edgp HaU J. B. Stetson....ss,oo While Diamond. $3.00 The Patterson...s3.so The Boss Hat...52.00 STREET VACATION GIVEN Railroad Gets Privileges Needed tor Newport Terminals, New Electric Ordinance Proposed The regular meeting of the town coun cil was held Tuesday evening. Present, Mayor Appel. Councilmen Bennett, Caldwell. Hvnes, Mclnnis. Councilman Caldwell acted as clerk pro tem. The petition of A. L. lieis for a license to retail liquors was received and re ferred to the iudiciarv committee. Darby and Vaughn, draymen, une present and brought ...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 16 July 1908

Official Paper of Stevens County VOLUME VIII PROGRESS AT METALINE What is Being Done at The Famous Lead Camp Concentrator Started Tuesday Considerable work is being done on the Oriole-claims in the Metaline dis trict this summer. A crosscut tunnel is being driven, which is expected to nit rhe large vein of ore most any dav. It is evident that the vein is being ap proached, as every seam in the country i<ick is stained with copper, which must (.une from that vein. Recent assays from the vein gave results of $2195.27 per ton, which was, of course, from a i,irked sample. The whole vein is ship ping ore and the company expects to he -hipping within sixty days. The Spokane I.ead Mines company concentrator at Metaline, after having been thoroughly tried out on country rock, was started on ore Tuesday after noon. Across the river, on the east side, work is being continued on the Morn ing mine. The new road to the mine has been completed and put in good «hape for hauling in the concentra...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 16 July 1908

COR-R-eSPONPENCe Metaline Gossip Geo. J. Mohler, general traffic manager of the Idaho & Washing ton Northern railroad, paid Meta line a visit the past week. Mrs. Kate Clauder has rented the dining room of the Metaline Hotel and will divert it to a first class restaurant. Arthur DeHnff, of Spokane, has opened an assay office in Metaline. He also has recently received the appointment of deputy U. S. min eral survevor. U. A. Logue and son, of Kath drum, Idaho, drove in the other day by way of Colville. Mr. Logue is a mining engineer of consider able experience and is interested in the Silver Lead Co., which owns valuable lead properties across the river near the Morning and Mam moth mines. The Silver Lead Co's. stockholders are talking concen trator and Mr. Logue is in for the purpose of looking into the prop osition and will likely erect the mill for the company. Quite a number of "squatters" have been locating in this section, particularly to the north along the boundary trail. M...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 16 July 1908

LET S BUILD A ROAD A Good Suggestion For Road Improvement Work Will Benefit Newport Business The item in last week's Miner about improving the Calispel road has attracted considerable atten tion. and among others interested ,» John K. Patterson. Mr. Patter >,ih and his neighbors last fall put in it great deal of work and consid erable money in putting a road through, and it is now in such -hr»pe that with very little work it tn b" improved ami put in the •„-t of condition. The suggestion tins been made that an effort to ward- getting a county road estah ,-h»-d over the stale road might inret v\ith success. Mr. Patterson -on that we do the work Mill-selves, and that it would take time and effort than to appeal the commissioners and await their action. The suggestion is yuMil, and every merchant in town ought to f>e able and willing to r.iiitribute a dav's labor toward this end. The Miner willQdonate ,fs part. Who will join the pro cession, say on Friday, July 31. ai.d do a day'...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 16 July 1908

I TOILET SOAPS- TOILET SOAPS*! A large invoice of witch hazel toilet soap just received which we are selljng at I the low price of 15c a box, containing three cakes I Dr. Mann's Health soap - - 35c box Glycerine Transparent toilet soap 25c box 1 Violet Scented Buttermilk soap - 25c box Supertar Shampoo soap - - - 50c box I Lettuce Complexion soap - : 25c box "Fanparoso" Glycerine Complexion soap 50c box | Almond Emollient toilet soap - 25c box b>ok over our large new line of Hammocks | BUILDING THE SILO. The building of a silo is of a great deal of importance, and before it is un dertaken a man should investigate thoroughly the principles relating to the construction and storage of silage. One of the early mistakes was to build silos too large iu diameter and too small in height. This resulted in get ting very little pressure on the silage, which permitted the air to get in and consequently caused the ruin of the feed. Wherever air can touch the silage numerous germs from the air...

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

The Ellsworth Pharmacy <> ♦ E. E. ELLSWORTH Successor to TISS & McMORRAN Che tftewport •■Winer OFFICIAL PAPER OF STEVENS COUNTY Thursday, July 16, 1908. FKKI> L. WOLF, Editor an»l Publisher Entered in the postottice at Newport, Wash. uKTou as second class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE *1.50 EACH YEAR JUST AMONG OURSELVES Read the H. AS. add in today's pa per. Special sale in pictures and frames at Miller's old stand. FOR SALE—Two rowlioats. See Kalph K. Kennedy. See the new Roekford watch move ments at Jerry Desart's. Newport is to have a five-day carnival and street show beginning July 31. J. C. Wieherneit, of Deer Park, vis ited his sister in this city Sunday. FOR SALE—Chicago typewriter, in good condition. M. A. Kirkpatrick. P. i) Box No. 7, Newport, Wn. K-2t One corner lot on Washington avenue for sale. One lot and house for sale, inquire of W. F. Millard. Jack Koch, who was in a Spokane hospital for several weeks has returned home and seems to he entirely recover...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 16 July 1908

WHEN the DEACON CALLED. [Copyright, 1908] About the time there was an escape from tbe asylum at Petersboro Farmer Gregg's sister, a widow, came for a visit. Mrs. Gregg proposed that they make a match between the widow and Deacon Watkins, and he was invited to call. One afternoon the farmer and his wife set out for town, leaving their guest all alone. This was the after noon selected by I><*eon Watkins for his call. There Mere reasous why the deacon arrived at the Gregg homestead in a rather excited condition. He was kick ed by one of his cows just before leav ing home, one of the hogs got caught in the fence and bad to be released, a stray bull that he encountered in the road ran him up a wild cherry tree, and in some of tbe adventures he lost a jackknife that used to belong to his grandfather. He was therefore more or less perturbed when he knocked at the kitchen door and then entered to find the widow asleep in the room be yond. He had turned to retreat when she awoke and ut...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 16 July 1908

For President, WM. H. TAFT, of Ohio. For Vice President- JAMEB S. SHERMAN, of New York. Political Announcements [PAID ADVERTISING.] 1 nnrby announce myself a Republican can u iat»- tor the office of assessor of Stevens ~lly Wash., subject to the will of the people will t<c expressed al the primaries to be held i, lvtib 1- t\ Thomas, Ryan, Wash. i am a candidate for county clerk of Stevens ,„,i.ty, subject to the Republican primary, ...,t 1408. W. Los Johnson, Cheweiah, Wash hereby announce myself a Republican can . Me tor the office of assessor of Stevens iiuy, Wash , subject to the will of the people ». w iji be expressed at the primaries to be held m, 1908. Frank Bottokk. i u«-reby announce my candidacy for the nomination for commissioner from •jjr Third district, subject to the will of the voters the primary. Frank S. Maxweii, I.enora. l iirffby announce my candidacy for the HtpubU'-an nomination for commissioner from tt»e i bird district, subject to the will of the ,„ieiv at ...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 16 July 1908

All odd shoes must go to make room for our New Stock The Greatest +J*hoe wAale E**Oer Kjiotom in JVebvport...Don't Miss It! During the past season we have enjoyed an excellent shoe business, during which time we have established the reputation of carrying the Best, Newest and Most Up-To-Date Shoes in this vicinity. To retain this reputation it is absolutely necessary that we keep our stock clear of all old or odd pairs of shoes. For this reason we are going to sell the following lots at prices never heard of in this vicinity. Costs and Profits will be ignored during this sale 39 pairs Men's Shoes in Box Calf, Vici Kirl, and Ve lour, Goodyear Welt Soles, reg- Cl%Cnlp tO QC nlar $3.00 to $3.50 shoes at our •JilUv July 21 pairs Men's Fine Shoes, Goodvear Welt, Oak Soles with a splendid upper, and Co|/> tO regular price is $3.50 to }4 ()()Jl»Uv JQ'E 30 pairs Men's Extra Fine Shoes, Goodyear Welt Soles first quality upper stock and Cola /AC lining, reg. price $4.50 to $5.00 «Jll"v 3ul...

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