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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 6 August 1908

The Ellsworth Pharmacy ♦ ♦ E. E. ELLSWORTH Successor to TISS & McMORRAN <Ibe -fftewport miner OFFICIAL PAPER OF STEVENS COUNTY Thursday, Aug. 6, 1908. FRED L. WOLF, Editor and Publisher. tillered in the postoffice at Newport, Wash, ritfton as second class mail matter, SUBSCRIPTION PRICK 11.50 EACH YEAR JUST AMONG OURSELVES Special sale in pictures and frames at Miller's old stand. F. E. Pease, of Calispel, was a New port visitor Wednesday. For high grade men's and boys' shoes go to Gust Anderson's store. Don't forget the supper Saturday even ing, August Bth at Kelly's Hall. Miss Olive Keith Raftree. of Chicago, visiting her aunt Mrs. Hayes. See the home talent performance at 'he Opera Honse next Wednesday. You will miss a treat if vou don't read the H. & S. ad in today's paper. Mrs. Edgar Ste. Marie and Miss Pearl Morrow have gone to Spirit Lake to join u camping party. SPECIAL — Chicken dinner Sunday sit the Banquet restaurant, .'inc. Ice cream served all day. The Home R...

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. — 6 August 1908

BABY BEEF. Profit In It if Quickly Matured and Properly Finished. To raise baby beef profitably it Is absolutely necessary to have calves of the beef type. They must possess the ability to put on flesh in the right spots—that is. they should be well de veloped where the most expensive cuts are to be found. Then, 100, they must have the power lo mature early. The majority of animals cannot be got into that condition at the desired age. Early maturity must be a character istic of the animals bred from, and particularly should the sire selected possess that special quality. The growing time in an animal's life la the time at which to feed it, as it has been proved time and again that HEAD OF AN OHIO BABY BEEF HERD. a hundredweight can be added then at less thau half the cost of the same gain on the same animal at maturity, writes J. Hugh McKinney in Kama and Fireside. For the first two weeks each calf should have a quart of whole milk three times a day, care being taken to feed it at b...

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. — 6 August 1908

For President, WM. H. TAFT, of Ohio. For Vice President James s. sherman of New York. Political Announcements I PAID ADVERTISING.] O. W. SUTHERLAND. I hereby announce ray candidacy for the Republican nomination lor commiisioner from the Third district, subject to the will of the voters at the primary electioa Bept. 8. <1. W. PrTHEP.LA.ND, Newport, Wash. 1 hereby announce my candidaoy for the Re publican nomination for superintendent of . hoolsof feiivens county, subject to the voice ..I the voters at the primary, Sept. 8. Leo H. Kino, Newport, Wash. I hereby announce myseli a candidate for the office of county auditor for Stevens county, subject to the Republican primaries to be held Kept. 8. 1908. J. H. King, Colville, Wash. 1 hereby announce myself a Republican can didate for the office of assessor of Stevens county, Wash., subject to the will of the people us will be expressed at the primaries to be held *ept. 8, 1908. L. C. Thomas, Ryan, Wash. I am a candidate for county cler...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 6 August 1908

We have just received a complete line of men's, youths' and children's Clothing. We are agents for For the men; 100 per cent, pure wool guaranteed. CALDWELL CLOTHING COMFY Council Proceedings The town council of Newport met in regular session Tuesday evening of this week, present Mayor Appel, Council men Bennett, Caldwell ami .Mclnnis. The matter of the Fourth street grade was again discussed and the street com mittee instructed to direct the con tractor to com pel te same at once. It was decided to establish perman ently the north line of Fourth street from Washington to Cass avenues and E igineers Fleming & Randolph were ordered to establish such line, set monu ments marking the same and have them recorded. The petition of property owners along Union avenue from Fourth to Fine streets asking that same be graded, was received and granted. The clerk was instructed to draw up an ordinance to establit an assessment district in accordance n the petition. Ordinance No. SO establishi...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 13 August 1908

Official Paper of Stevens County VOLUME VIII PROGRESS IN THE MINES Mining World Gives Writ-Up for This Section. Tells of the Work That is Done. The Mining »World, of Chicago, re cently had a representative in the field, and in its last issue gave the following write-up of mines : The Metaline Mining Co., Ltd., owns the Davis group of eight claims on Slate creek in Stevens county, six miles from Metaline. The development consists of numerous shallow shafts and two tun nels just started. The ore lies in parallel ledges running northeast and southwest. The ores are mainly galena and carbon ates of lead, and assay about 80 to 84 per cent lead and 12 ounces silver to the ton. Five miles of wagon road have been completed. Buildings consisting of a bunk house, blacksmith shop and an otlice building are nearly completed. The propeity is under option to an Knglish company, which gave $100,000 for 51 per cent of the stock. This option expires Oct. 1, 1908. This company owns a water power righ...

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. — 13 August 1908

BRADLEY'S BUILDING. By ANDREW PHAIL. Copyrighted, ltHrt. bv Associated J.lterary l'leSS. it was a tiny little island. The year before l»ick Staley had threatened to come back some day and carry it off In a shoe box. Hut such as it was it was Barton Bradley's own, and lie was Im iLtltsely proud <>f his possession. Four years earlier his physician had ordered him to spend the summer in the woods to escape an impending at tack of "nerves." lie had rented this little Island from its woodsman ovv and had spent a delightful sum. chopping his own wood, frying his i bacon and in the Intervals planning play that had brought him recognit His first royalties had gone to for the little island, and now. w Bradley pitched his tent early In .V he went to work to build a log hut t should form a more permanent cam) Since success bad come he was 1 posirion to build a camp as elabor as any of the electrically ligh' steam heated structures which tr queraded as camps in the fashlona colony at the ...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 13 August 1908

For President, WM. H. TAFT, of Ohio. For Vice President .JAMES S. SHERMAN, of New York. Political Announcements (Paid Advertising) fi. W. SUTHERLAND 1 hereby announce my candidacy lor the Republican nomination for commissioner from the Third district, subject to the will of the voters at the primary electiou Sept. 8. W. Sutherland, Newport, Wash. 1 hereby announce my candidacy for the Re publican nomination for superintendent of of Stevens county, subjiest to the voice of the voters at the primary, Sept. 8. Leo H. King, Newport, Wash. 1 hereby announce myself a candidate for the office of county auditor for Stevens county, subject to the Republican primaries to be held Sept. 8, 1908. J. H. King, Colville, Wash. 1 hereby announce myself a Republican can didate for the office of assessor of Stevens county, Wash., subject to the will of the people as will be expressed at thfe primaries to be held Sept. 8, 1908. L. C. Thomas, Ryan, Wash. 1 am a, candidate for county clerk of Stevens cou...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 13 August 1908

MIDSUMMER SALE OE HAMMOCKS ALL OF OUR BIG LINE TO GO AT 25 PER OT. DISOOUNT Remington Typewriter Supplies ADDITIONAL LOCAL Cedar Park means rich soil. W. E. Owens, of Spokane, was a New port- visitor Monday. .Mae and Gene Ellsworth are spending a month's vacation with Mildred Eisen hardt at The Pines at Hope, Idaho. Carl IL Schotte on Monday made the sale of the McAvov ranch, on Davis creek, to a gentleman named Gerard, from Spokane. A welcome soaking rain last night and this morning ended the long dry spell and is putting the forest tires out of commission. The Northern Mercantile Co. pole hoist has loaded twelve cars of ties for the I. it W. N. They were cut by the I». &K. mill at Dalkena. Mrs. C. E. Jaynes and daughter de parted Tuesday evening for a two months' visit with friends and relatives in Nebraska and Wyoming. George Torreson has started to put in the foundations for the erection of a handsome residence on the west side of Spokane avenue between Spruce and Pine stree...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 13 August 1908

The Ellsworth Pharmacy ♦ ♦ E. E. ELLSWORTH Successor to TISS & McMORRAN Che "fftewport "miner OFFICIAL PAPER OF STEVENS COUNTY Thursday. Aug. 13, 190s. FRED L WOLF Editor en-i Publisher hntered in the post office at Newport. Wa«h. u*ton as class mail matter SUBSCRIPTION PRICE EACH YEAR JUST AMOH6 OURSELVES Investigate Cedar Park. -•pedal sale in picture? and frames at Miller's old stand. For high grade men's and boys' shoes go to Gust Anderson's store. You nill miss a treat if vou don't read the H. £ S. ad in today's paper. SPECIAL — Chicken dinner Sunday at the Banquet restaurant. 35c. Ice cream served all day. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Heisner on Monday and Bill is ail smiles over the event. F. Lehmkuhl, general contracting, u .11 do jobbing on short notice. Screen lot rs and windows furnished Shop on Fourth and Cass. tr Mrs. E. M. Ranch, oi Pomeroy, Wash., daughter of Mrs. Long and sister of Meadames Bauch and Tarbet. is here for a visit of a tew weeks. Dr. Phil...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 13 August 1908

Receipts of States From National Forests Announcement has just been made of the amounts which each state c mtaining national forests will receive under the new law, giving 25 per cent of the gross re ceipts from the forests to the states. The total amount to go to the states from the receipts of (he fiscal y e & r » which ended June ;>(), is 8 < ,OC>3. <9. The amounts to go to each state or territory are: U o. kH ' "« ■ Arkansas w California •••• ;7 Colorado ' * 1 1 L,, .rfi.JRW hi Idaho • ■ • • ■ lUX 55 Kansas ... — jj Montana — ~ r Nebraska • Nevada J'lLav! New Mexieo , >0 Oklahoma • »>1 egon . • Vvl; Srnth Dakota Ma®*" I'tah (including I'intH Indian mud of I-vhmw ) !jV, Washington » 402 »s Wyoming 11. ww-* The law requires that this money l»e expended upon public roads and schools by the counties which contain national forest land. In this way the counties are compen sated for the reduction of taxable nrea brought about by the exist ence of the forests Befor...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 13 August 1908

HUMOR AND ROMANCE. By W. F. BRYAN. Copyrighted. ISOB. by Associated Literary Press. "William Thomas Osbon" was the way the name was written in the big family Bible, but since he had grad uated from curls and short skirts and • Willie" he had been "Bill" to all the boys and "Will" to all the girls. Only the occasional appearance of a letter in full reminded him that his name was both sonorous and im prfS!»Jve. Like Peter Pan, Osbon never had grown up. He had arrived at the dig nity of a mustache, and since his fa ther's retirement he had more than doubled the capacity and capital of Osbon & Son, yet he was still the same light hearted, apparently care free Bill Osbon that he had been in his buyh<sod and his college days. Therein lay the source of his great trouble. From the time she first could toddle about until he had left for college Bet ty Durand had been his almost con stant companion. About the same time she had gone to a finishing school, and wheifc they had returned Os...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 13 August 1908

Agents for W. L.Doug las Shoes CALDWELL CLOTHING COMP'Y NEWS OF OLD TOWN There were things doing in the <>1(1 Town last Friday night, and the bunch l. .. (lie disturbance were soaked about $10 apiece and cost s for their good time. Practically all of the streets on the east, side of the Ureal Northern switch adjoining Old Town are closed to the public. Fverv street, with the excep tion of Pine street, has been closed by ihe piles of poles that have been piled there recently. The old trails have been closed and now the residents are com pelled to use our sidewalks. Speaking of sidewalks, is il not about time that the proposed walk in now town, from Washington avenue to the state line, was built? The Old Town walk stands a good shew of being worn out before the new town walk is constructed. Harry Kemp is attending to (he night shift at Fairness* Conquest show. Eil Sappington has charge of the Brink saloon while the owner is absent from (own. "Si" Perkins, a teamster working for ...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 20 August 1908

Official Paper of Stevens County VOLUME VIII NEWS OF THE MINES What is Doing in the Metaline Country- Good Strike in Newport District B. F. Bourn, of Rathdrum, secretary i»t the Silver Lead company, was at Metaline last week with a party of stock holders looking over the properties of the company. Those in the party were W. A. Walker, A. T. Steward, J. W. Mulholland and David Crockett, of Waverly, Wash., and A. L. Wheeler, of Uakesdale, Wash. All of these gentle men were so well pleased with the prop erty that they subscribed for more stock. Under the management of J. L. Long, a tunnel has been driven in about thirty feet and there is exposed in the tunnel a body of extremely rich lead sulphates which assays as high as3s per cent. lead. The tunnel has entered an immense chimney formation and increases, in richness as depth is attained. The purchasing agent of the Sand point smelter will visit the Metaline country this week and inspect theoie from the Silver Lead with a view to contr...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 20 August 1908

Hews From Svllivan. August 16. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Ingard and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Keogle arej spending a few days at the Prouty j mining camp above Sullivan lake, picking huckleberries. Among the new campers at Sul livan lake are Mr. and Mrs. Ross and baby and a lady friend, of Spokane. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Beebe and Mr. and Mrs A 1 Hammond have returned to Spokane after a two weeks'outing at Sullivan lake. Mr and Mrs. Slawson and child- j ren. of Spokane, and Mrs. Moody,! of Blueslide, are camping at the ! lake. Oliver Hall and a friend are en- j joying a fishing trip on the lake and up the creeks. Oliver reports a fine catch of fish. John Wohrley, of the marble claims, is unable to work on ac count of a strained back, received while working among the marble. The new road being put through from Sullivan postoffice to the main road leading to Sullivan lake will be a great benefit to the ranchers and general public, and will be greatly appreciated and patronized. S. Gothman has gone to Sp...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 20 August 1908

Through The Fiery Furnace. By EDGAR WELTON COOLEY. Copyright. 1808, by Edgar Welton Cooley. ON one end of the bench in front of Dillingham's general store sat Abner Moon, widower, peaked face protruding in j fro tit of his thin gray locks, one leg > across the other lank knee, jackknlfe in his right hand, shingle in his left, j On the other end of the bench squatted | Bige Ellet, bachelor, fat legs spraddled j opt. pudgy feet just touching the ground, black pipe In mouth. "Some folks can do a thunderin' lot j of thlnkin' not to amount to much in { thi9 world, seems to me." said Abner. j "Meanin'?" said Bige. "Meanin'." replied Abner. peeling a long shaving off the shingle, "some folks can sit around for an hour sun uin' themselves and never say a word to show their sociability." "Waal," drawled Bige. puffing vig orously. "I was thinkin' what an all good thing it is that Saloam Cen ter has so many baldheaded old wld- j erers struttin* around like peacocks in a peach orchard." "Why...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 20 August 1908

MIDSUMMER SALE OE HAMMOCKS ALL OF OUR B/Q LINE TO ©O AT 25 PER CT. DISCOUNT Remington Typewriter Supplies Metaline Sittings A cement plant for this section is strongly being talked of. A bunch of surveyors under Mr. Fisk are over on Sullivan creek, and are said to be working along a water right and in the interest of of Mr. Blackwell. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Schulthies have moved to Metaline to reside, Mr. Schulthies having bought the Smith cottage. Rumor has it that Metaline is to have a large new hotel. If planned developments for next year go ahead extra hotel accommodations will be required. Let those reap who have the foresight. A wagon road has been built to Florence creek, a short distance north of town, and avoids the steep climb over the mountain. Now that this mountain has been avoid ed a good wagon road could be cheaply built to the boundary line, affording great benefit to the nu merous settlers along the trail, who, by the" way, all seem anxious to do their part in the cons...

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. — 20 August 1908

The Ellsworth Pharmacy E. E. ELLSWORTH Successor to TISS & McMORRAN Cbe IRewport miner OFFICIAL PAPER OF STEVENS COUNTY Thursday, Aug. 20, 1908. FRED L. WOLF, Editor and Publisher Entered in the postoffice at Newport, Wash, ugton as second class mail matter SUBSCRIPTION PRICE *1.50 BACH YEAR JUST AMONG OURSELVES Investigate Cedar Park. Special sale in pictures and frames at Miller's old stand. For high grade men's and hoys' shoes go to Gust Anderson's store. T. J. Kelly has gone to Elk City, Idaho, to look after his mining interests in that section. SPECIAL —Chicken dinner Sunday at the Banquet restaurant, 35c. Ice cream served all day. The Idaho & Washington Northern Railroad started using its new freight house Monday morning: Mrs. Alex Brazeau and son Wilfred went to Spirit Lake on Wednesday, where they will join a campinu party at that .esort. W. C. Moeser has been suffering from rheumatism the past week, and left this morning to take treatment at the Soap Lake sanitarium...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 20 August 1908

Choice of Captain Ebenezer. By CLARISSA MACKIE. Copyright, liwS, by Clarissa. Mackie. CAPTAIN EBENEZER HOBSON washed and dried his dishes with amazing celerity. In a trice they stood in shining row a oil the trim dresser, and the gaunt form of the captain was bent over his little cook stove, while his * . eat brown hands were plying the blacking brush vigorously. When the stove shone like a mirror and the tea kettle fairly sparkled with cleanliness, the captain swept out the kitchen and hung the broom upon its accustomed hook, with a sigh of relief. He lighted an old pipe and sat down ou the door step with his back against the lintel und his keen blue eyes fixed across the bay to where the Ledge light shone like a large red star. It was after sunset, ami the pale pink and primrose of the afterglow were fading from the western sky. Captain Ebenezer was lost in reverie. HI« blackened pipe went out all un noticed and hung from his fingers list lessly. while the old sailor whistled soft...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 20 August 1908

For Pre«td»nt, WM. H. TAFT, of Ohio. v For Vice President .JAMES S. SHERMAN, of Sew York. Political Anhouncements (Paid Advertising) G. W. SUTHERLAND 1 vereOy announce my candidacy tor the K*pubiiean Domination lor commissioner from the Ihird district, subject to the wiii of the voters at the primary election Sept. 8. G. W. SctheklaND, Newport, Wash. 1 fieitCj announce my candidacy for the Re nomination tor superintendent of schboUof Stevens county, subjest to the voice el tfc* Voters at the primary, Sept. 8. Leo H. King, Newport, Wasn 1 nereby announce myseif a candidate for the office oi county auditor for Stevens county, sutjeet to the Republican primaries to be held Sept. 8 1903 J H. Kiss, Colvllle, Wash, 1 nereoy announce myself a Republican can didate lor the office of assessor of Stevens county, Wash., subject to the will of the peopie as will be expressed at the primaries to be held Sept. S. 190 S. L. C. Thomas, Ryan, Wash 1 tin a candidate for comity clerK ox Stevens c >...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 20 August 1908

Perfection Clothes School will commence in a few weeks and you will want clothing for the boys. We are Newport agents for H. A. Simsheim= er's young men's and boys' "Perfection" Clothing. We have a complete new stock with a wide range of sizes, styles, pat= terns, quality, etc., and the price is right. Just received a shipment of Black Cat Hosiery All sizes, all widths, for boys, for girls, 15c and up per pair. We still have a few odds and ends in Bearskin and Kitty Hose which we are closing out cheap. CALDWELL CLOTHING COMP'Y NEWS OF OLD TOWN A monster billboard is lading con structed for advertising purposes near the docks of the Navigation Co. While the board fails to enhance the beauty of the section, it serves to hide one of the objectionable features of the town. The Idaho & Washington Northern loop right-of-way is being improved in appearance by the construction gang. The grade along the loop is being made to correspond with the level of the tracks, and it is possible tha...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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