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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 27 August 1908

The Newport Miner Zj Official Paper of Stevens County VOLUME VIII FIDELITY STARTS WORK Preliminary Work on Construction of New Plant Starts Today. Will Be Completed by Spring. President B. L. Willis, of Spokane, president of the Fidelity Lumber Co., J. C. Tacobson, one of the local superin tendents, went over the site of the com pany's proposed new mill across the liver troin town yesterday, and located -ites for temporary structures to house the men engaged in the construction of the big mill. Mr. Jacobson informed The Mineb that the work of clearing the grounds would be started today, and that the construction of the null would be con tinued during the winter, it being the intention to have the plant ready for operation early in the spring. The com panv has completed the big boom from a point just below Albeni Falls, and the tireat Northern will soon commence the construction of a spur from the falls to ihe mill site to handle the tonnage which will arise from the new industrv. Th...

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. — 27 August 1908

Why the Republican Party Should Be Successful In November (Frank Hendrick, of New \ork.) , The following wa° awarded $150 | by the Republican congressional committee as the best article sub mitted on the subject: I—THK1 —THK PARTY OF EXPANSION. The Republican parly was found ed upon the principle that this j government was established to pro- j tect for all times the rights and opportunities of every individual j from abridgement. That principle j it has successfully maintained. Through the civil war it conse- i crated a reunited country to free and equal American citizenship. It : has kept the channels of interstate j commerce open for all and, through the national banking system, the refunding of the national debt, re sumption of specie payments, the gold standard and the emergency currency law, has sustained the lite current of national integrity. As trustee of the national wealth it has investigated mineral regions, surveyed soils, developed water-1 ways, including the Panama ca...

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. — 27 August 1908

A Tramp's Dream {.Copyright. 190 S. by T. C. McClure.] One summer's day when Farmer Bingham was washing his hands at tiie kitchen door preparatory to the noonday meal a tramp turned in from the highway and asked for a bite to eat. He was asked if he would work tor it. and after a look in the direc tion of the.cornfield and a shake of the bead he replied: "I'm just out of the hospital with three broken ribs and am not strong enough, but I'll do a heap better than to handle a hoe. 1 turned in here be cause 1 dreamed of this place last night while 1 was sleepin' in a barn live miles away. Yes, it's the same place -house, barn, orchard, blue pump in th** well and everything else. It's just as if my dream had been photo graphed." "What sort of a dreamV" asked the farmer, but without much curiosity. "1 thought I stood right there under that pear tree and saw you come up from the barn. You had an iron bound box on your shoulder, and you could hardly stagger under it. You threw it down just...

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. — 27 August 1908

We still have a few good hammocks left and will Hammocks 2 Price The Slater Meeting John B. Slater, of Colville, non partisan candidate for the nomina tion for judge of the superior court, J and Judge Chad wick, candidate for the supreme bench, were adsei tised to speak at Kelly's hall Mon— dav evening There being but a small audience and Mr. Chadwiek failing to appear, Mr. Slater a short address, in which he touched upon and explained some of the perplexing points of the new pri mary law. The meeting was then adjourned until Wednesday even ing. On Wednesday evening it was again demonstrated that Newpoit people are taking but little interest in the primary election, as there were but lew present to greet Mr. Slater. llis remarks were mostly suggestions along the line of coun ty and state business, and he avoided any reference to the judi cial controversy in this county. In making a suggestion along the line of economy in county busi ness Mr. Slater said that it had be come a practic...

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. — 27 August 1908

The Ellsworth Pharmacy ♦ ♦ E. E. ELLSWORTH Successor to TISS & McMORRAN Che IRewport Iflincr OFFICIAL PAPER OF STEVENS COUNTY Thursday, Aug. 27, 1908. KRED L. WOLF, Editor and Publisher fcriiered lu the postoflice at Newport. Wash, uiirton as second class mall matter SUBSCRIPTION PRICE *1.50 EACH YEAR JUST AMONG OURSELVES For high grade men's and boys' shoes go to Gust Anderson's store. Special sale in pictures and frames at Miller's old stand. A large honse and ten lots lor sale, a dandy place for a chicken ranch. Charles F. Craig. The work on the Keid residences is being hurried and the framework of each is now up. H. P. Orr, mate on the new steamer Kuth, will bring his family from Spo kane to reside at Newport. SPECIAL — Chicken dinner Sunday at the Banquet restaurant, 35c. lee cream served all day. The best and funniest show of the sea son is "The Missouri Girl," at the Opera House Saturday, Aug. 29. The steam wood sawing outfit will *tart operations the first week in Sep te...

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. — 27 August 1908

Have you registered for the pri mary ? Seattle papers charge that ex- Gov. Mcßride has been endorsed l»v the Royal Arch, the saloon men's organization. Every Republican paper in the county and two Democratic papers are supporting Judge Carey for the nomination for superior judge. If you live in a precinct where there is an incorporated town it will be necessary for you to register before you can vote at the primary. The primary occurs on Sept. S and the last day of registration is Sept. 7. Dr. Sutherland continues to gain in strength in his canvas 5 - for the nomination, He has many friends on both sides of the range, who are familiar with his business career, which has fitted him to discharge the duties of the important office of county commissioner. J. E. Jenne, candidate for sheriff, has a good record as a police officer to aid him in his candidacy for the Republican nomination for sheriff. He is straightforward in all his dealings and should receive the united support of the eas...

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. — 27 August 1908

For President, WM. H. TAFT, of Ohio. For Vice President .JAMES S. SHERMAN, of New York. Political Announcements (Paid Advertising) W. SUTHERLAND. I hereby announce my candidacy for the i;.-publican nomination ior commissioner from Third district, subject to the will of the at the primary election Sept. 8. 0. W. SVTHERLANfc, Newport, Wash. 1 hereby announce my candidacy for the Re pl.t riiic-a.li nomination for superintendent of •hoois of Stevens county, subjest to the voice ~ the voters at the primary, Sept. 8. Leo H. King, Newport, Wash. i iifi'.-by announce myself a candidate for - lic . otikv of county auditor for Stevens county, -abject to tlie Republican primaries to be held .-eft. 8, 1908. J H. King, Colville, Wash. 1 Hereby announce myself a Republican can didate ior the office of assessor of Stevens .unity, Wash., subject to the will of the people as will be expressed at the primaries to be held Sept 8, 1908. L. C. Thomas, Ryan, Wash. I am a candidate for county Merk of Stev...

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. — 27 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. Seinsheim 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 weights for boys for girls, 15c and up per pain We still have a few odds arid ends in Bearskin Hose which we are closing out'cheap. CALDWELL CLOTHING COMP'Y NEWS OF OLD TOWN There are rumors of a wedding. Re port says that the house has been rented and a portion of the furniture installed. The ease of Anderson vs. Page-llill, a dispute concerning the inspection- of poles, was taken on a change of venue to Priest river. Jack Furness has returned from a hunting trip near Bonners Ferry. . E. B. Warriner was a Bonners Ferrv and Samlpoint visitor last Friday. An addition is being constructed in the rear of the Conquest saloon for...

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. — 3 September 1908

VOLUME VIII NEW MACHINE SHOP Newpodt Iron Works Outgrows Its Quarters, Will Build a Concrete Structure jci of new machines will be installed and the plant made the most modern in this section of the state. The new plant will necessitate the employ ment of several more men than are at present given employment, and will strove a distinct gain for Newport in the manufacturing line. In addition to repairing Mr. Miner •<iil Duen a storeroom in ihel'ront of the building, in which he will keep a gen eral stock of sawmill supplies, a line of gasoline engines and a general line of Newport, "Where Rail and River Meet" Northern ——^ Si °— Mercantile Co., Ltd > Money Back:» colors, such as Brown, Navy, Gray, Green, Leather, Copenhagen and Black Bmbroidered===ss.oo and $7.50 New Suitings Serge, Mohair and Tamesseto suitings SATURDAY SPECIAL Children's BEAR SKIN hose This is a Regular Twenty Cent Hose The Newport Miner oj marine goods for the use of the river men. Mr. Miner will generate his...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 3 September 1908

The Pend Orielle Cave Some seven or eight years ago two hunters by the names of Oard ner and Howard, while hunting for bear in Stevens county near the boundary line between the state of Washington and British Columbia, ami some fourteen miles north of Met aline, were attracted by a steamlike vapor arising in the tim ber a short distance from them, and their curiosity to learn the cause of the same lead them to an opening into the earth some eight leet in size on top of a small lime hill. They reported their discovery and later explored it to some ex tent. To visit, this cave the best start ing point is from Metaline, some 65 miles down the Pend Oreille river below Newport. H rom the former place it is about 14 miles over a fairly good trail, known as the Boundary trail,which will bring you after some !•» miles' travel to Mr. Franske's place, where it would be best to secure the services of his son Edward, whtch can be done for a small consideration, as a guide to and through the cav...

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. — 3 September 1908

TOBACCO FOR SHEEP. Said to Be an Excellent Remedy For Curing Various Ills. The efficiency of tobacco in eradicat ing the internal parasite and thus con tributing greatly to the general health of the animals that consume it is at tracting wide attention among shelp ! raisers. Effectual in treating all In- | ternal organisms, it has proved espe dally desirable in eradicating the deadly bowel nodule which is a fre quent source of trouble. This being ; destroyed, many of the ills uusually at tributed to other causes disappear. It matters little what variety of to bacco is used for the purpose, writes an Ohio breeder in National Stockman and Farmer. It has been reported, however, that a certain variety has proved fatal to the animals which con- ' sumed it. It is probable that this dis astrous effect was from a matter of quantity and not quality. Those wanting tobacco may procure either the whole leaf, just as it comes from the grower, or the stems or ribs of the cured leaf after the inte...

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. — 3 September 1908

VOTE IN FAVOR DIKE Residents of District No. 1 Are Unanimous in the Matter. Commissioners Are Chosen. On Tuesday, Sept. 1, the residents of the proposed Calispel Diking District No. 1 voted on the question of formings legal diking district, and to the pleasure of those who have promoted the project it was found that there was a unanimous vote cast in favor of the plan. The following were elected commis sioners with authority to proceed with the organization and the perfection of plans for the work: F. A. Purchase, l». K. Atherton and E. L. Wonch. This district comprises 5250 acres lying north of Cusick, between the Calispel river and Tacoma creek. It is the first of several proposed districts to get under headway with the project. That its residents and property owners are unan imous in favoring the movement speaks well for the success of their effort to protect themselves and property from the ravages of high water. Rail Hews of the Week The Idaho A Washington Northern depot ground...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 3 September 1908

Che iHewport Uttiner OFFICIAL PAPER OF STEVENS COUNTY Thursday, Sept. 3, 1908. KKEI> I-. WOLF, Editor and Publisher t us.er.-d m the post-office at Newport, Wash. i.-.u h> >econtf nlass mail matter. i BSCRIPTION PRICE *1.50 EACH YEAR JUST AMONG OURSELVES » tdai Hark means tine view. I dtest styles in new fall millinery at I .flies' Bazaar. 1 or high grade men's and boys' shoes to Gust Anderson's store. Special sale in pictures and frames at viiller's old stand. Mrs. Lee Berry is spending several davs at Sookane this week. WANTED —At City Market, veal and tnckens; highest market price paid. 1 Kirchan, the meat market man, Las gone to Davenport on a business trip The Newport schools open next Mon day, Sept. 7, for the fall and winter terms. FOR SALE —My present shop site and dwelling, cheap is taken at once. F. W. \liner. A large honse and ten lots for sale, a dandy place for a chicken ranch. Charles F Craig. SPECIAL —Chicken dinner Sunday at the Banquet restaurant, 35c. Ice ...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 3 September 1908

The Poison Of Distrust By HOWARD FIELDING. Copyright, 1908, by C. W. Hooke. IT may Lave been about a week since Richard Clavering and Mu riel Deane became engaged. Upon a certain evening they sat before a cheerful wood fire at her home, and the man's soul awoke with surprise to a consciousness of peace. For nearly a year he had been in a state of torment, harassed by the most pressing anxieties, haunted by suspi cions which gradually developed into certainties and driven to the very last resources of cunning in sheer self de fense. A business associate, a man whom Clavering had called his best friend from the days of their early youth, had fallen a victim to the money mania of the times and had played some tricks which even the highest finarciers with their sleeves full of extra aces might blush to imi tate. His aim had been a large prop erty of which Clavering was trustee, and he had very nearly stolen it in such a way as would have buried Clavering under a load of debt and dishono...

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. — 3 September 1908

iW President, WM. H. TAFT, of Ohio. For Vice President ! \ MKS S. SHERMAN, i»f New York. political Announcements (Paid Advertising) ... W. SI'THEKLANIJ. t,, ri-liy announce my candidacy for the , (Hit/i'-nii nomination for commissioner from ■ i,. nai l dlslrici, subject to the will of the ~(.i :ii the primary election Sept. 8. \V. Si'Thekland, Newport, Wash. ; i,, i , i,v announce my candidacy for the Re ,,,11,11.an nomination for superintendent of nf Stevens enmity, sul>je *t to the voice ~ ii„- voieisat the primary, Sept. 8. 1.r.0 11. Kino, Newport, Wash. I iK-rehy »nnotince myself a candidate for .office i»t county auditor for Stevens county, i,lljeet i>> Ihe Republican primaries to he held I, t . h UK,s. .1. H. King, Colville, Wash. I iicn-hy announce myself a Republican can lidate for the office of assessor of Stevens county, Wash., subject to the will of the people ,-i- will be expressed at the primaries to he held pt. 8, HKiS. L. Thomas, Ryan, Wash. I ain a candidate...

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. — 3 September 1908

Strootman Shoes For Women We again wish to call your attention to our new stock of Ladies' shoes in the most stylish and best wearing- shoes made for women, THE JOHN STROOTMAN SHOE. We have these shoes in all the newest shapes and leathers. Two styles in button shoes, also the scalloped high cut, so much in demand this fall. The accom ]) a 11 v i 11 g cut shows one ol our most com fortable house shoes. Soft flex ible soles with low heel, price of this style $2.25 Same shoes as above with two inch higher top $3.00- We have different width lasts to fit all leet. Our stock of staple shoes in patent leathers. Yiei Kid and other stocks is very complete now. We have just re- CALDWELL CLOTHING COMP'Y NEWS OF OLD TOWN Old Town is certainly getting tough, the second hold-up during the past 10 days occurring on Saturday last. A lumberjack named Johnson, who has been working for Victor Pierson on West Branch, had blown into tow n on Friday with a roll of the filthy lucre a little over $100 in ...

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. — 10 September 1908

\ OLUME VIII RESULTS OF PRIMARY riurns are Coming in Slow From State and County low Newport Precinct Voted i r r* diivt-t primary law of \V t it- tit -.r test on Tuesday and in the ha- bet*n found satisfactory. It is h that activity in connec \>itli the primary method is con • i ; irgt-lv t.» the majority party; that - minority parties tin nut have t*»>n and hence many Democrats . ihuut the ctate called for and voted •11 .• iit _lri ballots, in direct conflict . ,'h th** intent <>t the law. which con - niates that each party vote «hould - - i-r t -eparate, and provides separate - > t? tot each partv for that purpose. Ketums from thr -tate are *iow in i.ing in, as the ballots required a long ,r ro count, and there are many out ..i.- precincts in a state like this. It ht* -everal davs before the state . r.r-t can safely be named, but at pres it -eem- I'osgrove will get the nomin .iti'.n !• ■ r governor, by a combination of .ms rirst and second choice votes. In -.ne Thir...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 10 September 1908

The Poison Of Distrust By HOWARD FIELDING. Copyright, IWS. by <W. Huoke. IT uiay have been about a week since Richard Claverinic and Mtt riel Deane became ens iled. Fpon a certain evening tlie.v sat: before r cheerful wood fire at home. ami the man's soul invoke with surprise to a consciousness of pence. For nearly a year he !»u«I been in a state of torment, harassed by the most pressing anxieties, haunted by suspi cious which gradually developed into certainties and driven t<> the very last resources of cunning in sheer self de fense. A business associate, a man whom Clavering had called his. friend from the days of their early youth, had fallen a victim lo the money mania of the limes and had played some tricks which even the highest financiers with their sleeves full of extra aces might blush to imi tate. His aim had been a large prop erty of which Clavering was trustee, and he had very nearly stolen it in such a way as would have buried Clavering under a load of debt an...

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. — 10 September 1908

For President, VVM. H. TAFT, of Ohio. Kdtf Vice President .1 4MES S. SHERMAN; of New York. County Commissioners Following is a summary of the proceedings of the county commis sioners for the month of August. The board was in session as a board ot equalization for three weeks, after which the regular business of i lie board was taken up: Petition of O. A. Atwood for a < harige in Columbia river road was granted. Liquor license granted Robert Moore at Meyers Falls. Bailey & Golden bid of $3 50 per foot accepted for a bridge across Skookum creek. Extra material to the amount of 4'15-50 added to the bridge across Marcus slough, to make it strong * tiough to sustain the weight of a traction engine. Freeman change of Shelton road approved and ordered opened. On petition of voters of Barstow precinct voting place changed from marble quarry to residence of T. B. Smith. Hearing appeal of C. W. Miller et al from decision of superinten dent oi schools, consolidation of districts 56 and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 10 September 1908

ESTABLISH NEW RESORT Sullivan Lake Country is to be Exploited Ideal Fishing and Hunting Resort The Pend Oreille river country and the territory tributary to it is just he ginning to attract the attention of tour ists and sportsmen, and with the better transportation into thin country it is sure to Income poptlar with those who wish to enjoy its romantic scenery and its splendid opportunities for outdoor sport. One of the prettiest places from a scenic standpoint and at the same time most prolific, of sport is the Sullivan Jake country. Sullivan lake is located about ten miles from Sullivan Landing on the Pend Oreille, and is about the same distance from Metaline. It is in the Kaniksu National Forest, a guaran tee that its natural beauty will long be preserved and protected from the ad vancement of civilization. There has been incorporated the past week the Sulliyan Lake Resort Co., with the intention of exploiting the advan tages of that country. The company is incorporated for $10,...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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