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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 10 September 1908

£bs IFte\vport Winer IAL PAPER OF STEVENS COUNTY Thursday, Sept. 10 , 1908. i KKl> 1- WOLF, Editor and Publisher (•uteit'd in the poßtoffice at Newport, Wash, on as Ht'ooru' ola«s mail matter ,h- i KIPTION PRICE »l. r X) EACH YEAR JVST AMONG OURSELVES .•.filler does undertaking. i edar Park means fine view. I ate«t styles in new fall millinery at Indies' Bazaar. i or grade men's and boys' shoes „ to Gust Anderson's store. jHreial sale in pictures and frames at vfiller's old stand. W A MED-At City Market, veal and t UK-ken*; highest market price paid. \ J. Terpenning returned this morn ; from a business trip to Spokane. i OR SALE —My present shop site and j welling, cheap is taken at once. F. W. Miner. A W. Bronson, of Spokane, spent t riday and Saturday visiting Newport ir iends. A large house and ten lots for sale, a dandy place for a chicken ranch. Charles i Craig. SPECIAL — Chicken dinner Sunday •.it the Banquet restaurant, 35e. Ice cream served all day. Good girl wanted for h...

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. — 10 September 1908

The Three Professors. [Copyright, 1906. by T. C. McClure.] It used to take a good deal to sur- ; prise a town in the far west such as Cheyenne or Dead wood. One of these towns was surprised at the arrival of Professor Henry Thorn, botanist, lale college, and ten days later by the com ing of another professor, who regis tered himself at the same hotel as "Professor Charles Witbeck, Criminol- ; ogist, Harvard College." For an hour or two his name on the register ex cited some little comment. That was because those who read it didn't know whether his profession related to claim Jumping or railroad engineering. The landlord finally explained that a crim inologist was a fellow who had had to Jump out of Texas for shooting a man and had arrived in Dakota,to open a faro game and make a new start In life. That satisfied public curiosity and accounted for the professor stroll- Lug around the town day and night. He also took in all the fine points and particulars. The two professors under one...

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. — 10 September 1908

qvalities of THE AYRSHIRE. m. Winslow, secretary of the * vrsliire association, says: "While an vy rehire cow should be shapely and iiandsome to look at as she stands ~r walks, she should when handled reveal much looseness of vertebra, tiatness of rib and width between the !ibs, indicating large dairy capacity. I ij,< Ayrshire is a tough, hardy cow, v. itb a vigorous appetite, and not too i.articular what she eats. She is al ways hungry, eats greedily and chews tier cud rapidly. You can rarely see a u Ayrshire cow when not taking in r„od or chewing what she has already gathered. While at pasture she does not wander around looking for sweet ilatches of grass, but goes to work rapidly gathering what is most con u-nient, either of grass or browse, ukl when full lies down to chew her , ud, with no time wasted, and when -..ins? to and from pasture will chew : lt -r t-ud while walking and often con iuue to chew when started into a run. ■•The general appearance of an Ayr- Inif as you lo...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 10 September 1908

Boys' and Children's Clothing We have at last received that line of Boys' and Children's clothing, in such a variety of stylesTpaiterns and sizes that the hardest to please can be suited perfectly. We were fortunate to get that renowned line of PERFECTION CLOTHING for children: Known the country over for Style. Fit, Material. Workmanship and Modest Prices. For the little boys we Have several styles of the BUSTER BROWN, SAILOR and NORFOLKS, Sizes 3 to 8. Prices: SI .50 to $6.00- For the boys from 7 to 14 we have a large variety in the EATON'S SHOWER PROOF and TWO PANT suits. Prices: $1.75 to 56.00 In Young Men s suits we have a large variety in different styles. Prices: 55.00 to $16.50 CALDWELL CLOTHING COITY SCHOOL BEGAN MONDAY Enrollment Shows Increase in Population of Town Large Increase in Five Years The Newport, Washington, school* opened Monday for the terms of 1908- 1909, with an enrollment of 211 pupils. The enrollment is distributed among the different grades as follows: Hig...

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. — 17 September 1908

VOLUME VIII THE OFFICIAL CANVASS .\,te on Republican Candidates at the Primaries. Full Returns From All Precincts. llii-Muahthe kindness of the Colville iriiiner, 1 he Mixer is able to present fullowintt report of the votp on ,uty officers in Stevens county. It is ..■>■ll truin the official canvass of the r - by the county commissioners, as ■ I ;>leted Wednesday afternoon. REPUBLICAN. Representative 111 Congress— Ist 2nd To < 'hotce. (.'hoice. tal. t- a. ioliiisou ;{sl . 167 51s It k.A.'kwell i4u 20ri \'M> ... ;inUl H. Ludden 204 :{54 t \ ttosenhaupt .117 Jls 532 >1 Booue "AW 2;W 448 Puindcxter ->i>y .536 575 I L. Field .....157 272 429 F<<r 1 Governor— . v in. M. Rid path 96 122 218 sin 0. Atkinson . . 15 285 300 V» Robinson 5.j ii 4 119 Hfury Me Bride 799 345 1144 ... ar" li. Ncill 12 77 y9 t it- r t r.. Mead 120 780 s.ooert B. Brown 14 'A> 104 .. iiiuel'i. Cosgrove 388 49s 806 t .r Lieutenant-Governor : it- Morrison .XK 216 549 .:irle» E. Coon 465 37...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 17 September 1908

.. Ghe.. Jade God By CLARISSA MACKIE. Copyright, 1908. by Clarissa Mackie. WHEN the good ship Tartary, ltK>uiid from San Francisco to Shanghai, lay to at the mouth of the Whangpo river, Winston leaned eagerly over the rail as the landing tug made fast to tlie steamer and the stream of waiting passengers poured over the gangplank. Each one came under his careful scrutiny, and as the last one passed over he left his position and hurried on to the little tng. which was prepar ing to cast off. There was an expression of relief on Winston's face as he boarded the crowded boat, and it grew in satisfac tion as they cast off and proceeded up the muddy little tidal river toward LEANED OVER THE RATI; AS THE TUG MADE EAST. the city. He stood alone among the passengers, a silent, rather moody fig ure. clad in light tweed, with a cap pulled low over his forehead. He did not have an acquaintance 011 board, and the long voyage across the Tacific Lad been unbroken by any friendship made or acqua...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 17 September 1908

Humor HIS MISTAKE. Why Lawyer Bunsen Ceased to Be a Kidder. Bunsen was always a great kidder. He isn't any more. Bunsen is a lawyer, although, of course, he Is known by a different name, bun't ever get the idea, though, that tbis didn't really happen just because Hansen's real name isn't mentioned. Well, as we were saying, Bunsen used to be pretty much of a kidder. He would even kid his own patient little wife. Those who care to read on down a little farther will learn why he i-eased to be a kidder. One evening last week when Bunsen got home his wife had a new hat to show him. It was some hat. Any body could have seen that it was the tlnal phrase in female headgear. But Bunsen started in to make fun of it. He said it looked as if it had been trimmed by a cross eyed milliner on an empty stomach. And he made a lot of other disparaging remarks that were extremely harassing to poor Mrs. Bun sen. "D'je buy it sight unseen?" he inquired. "Say, how much do they pay the girl that sold you t...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 17 September 1908

New Addition on the Market Oct. Ist Cedar Park has proven a great success and given splendid satisfaction. The sales of Cedar Park lots and garden tracts has surpassed all previous records in Newport. THERE IS A REASON FOR THIS: People have become tired of thin gravel ground and have learned that it takes Soil to produce crops.They will no longer spend hard effort, time and money trying to grow fruit and garden stuff on unproductive ground. Rain is needed almost everywhere. Some districts have suffered greatly. Some have only half a crop. It has been a revelation to many to see how Cedar Park and the Silver Birch Farm look, depending entirely on natural subirrigation. The warm sun draws the moisture from below the surface. Therefore, the soil is always moist an inch or two from the surface. It keeps the roots of the garden truck and trees in healthy con= dition. This spring 1 announced that a portion of this subirrigated tract would be cleared and planted to orchard and offered in t...

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. — 17 September 1908

JACK FURNESS IS STILL AT THE OLD PLACE! She tftewport "Uliner i. 11 • lAI PAI'EU OF STEVENS COUNTY TiH'RSDAY, SEPT. 17. 1908. i : 111 | WOLF, Editor Mini Publisher ,1, (1 in the postotliee at Newport, Wash. mm H-Nt-eond class mail matter nM'KIHTION I'RICE »1 KACH YEAR IUST AMONG OURSELVES I rank I>. Crandall, expert watch- HtuktT. (..ml girl wanted. Apply First Xa ■ nal Bank. I, ; i(«'••! styles in new fall millinery at ; ...lies' Bazaar. ! ..I- high grade men's and hoys' shoes , t., (iust Anderson's store. - j.ft ial sale in pictures and frames at Mil lei's old stand. s. Oefenbach, of Sandpoint, was a \ t u port visitor early in the week. \\ \NTED —At City Market, veal and Hiickt-ns; highest market price paid. Mrs. Archie Depew, of the South Side, i reported very low from typhod fever. KOli SALE —My present shop site and . I welling, cheap is taken at once. F. W. Miner. A large house and ten lots for sale, a dandy place for a chicken ranch. Charles 1 . Craig. SPECIAL —Chicken di...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 17 September 1908

MADE IN j HEAVEN. By T. BLAIR. EATON. | Copyrighted, 1908, by Associated l.iterary l'ress. The bishop had just lauded a blue fish. It was a big fish, and before it was finally hauled into the cockpit of the Sally B. it hail displayed undoubted qualities of gameness that had warmed tiie cockles of the bishop's heart. Therefore, as Jim Crocker, who al ways took the bishop out when he fished in Sepennessett bay, flattened down the sheet and headed the little oatboat for the rips once more there was a seraphic smile on llie bishop's intellectual f-ve. He stood with one foot on the seat, paying out his line astern, his eyes taking in delightedly the sparkle and flash of the water and the little white clouds creeping up above the horizon. Those clouds whispered of a smart breeze later on, and with the wind freshened a bit It would be an ideal day for fish. Anon the bishop turned to survey his latest catch, and each time as he did so he gave a little chuckle of satisfaction. Suddenly there...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 17 September 1908

For Pnaßflest W*. H. 7 A FT., oi Ote&. J r Vice ftuMttl S. EHdtXis. •'la SfV V«IL h.'iitr C&eat) Repoblkaa field - - **-nator —W F. Whitiktf, - .„ :-<t'• —H M Sanborn, • .: P»a ] CI agstone. of • ; — And.r>* A Merrhf, of v- — Andrew Clariseoson. —- * — o A Von « innoji. - ./.-'Ta-jr-Il* Of SC'h-fWi* J . i my "f Kmi^qs; A:^:irv —Peter John :' point. —m J Kandt-iUn. i . -rs Ferry. • -r —J K. A-rJt-y. Jr.. of * —.*r >Vjj;iaim Knapp.of . -L,.-r.''Lr'- — Fim district. Zjt.L 1 iranflpOiEat: Second • J ( . Finstad, of Priest Third district. Martin Pet : r-onners Ferry. - 1... a '.Lg tzosii lb*- states „-.-Index mast make OUT people ---. t "-o and tend loward birmoßj ■ Lr R~ publican raokf: . - - ;-; *i ba- aiway- t_«eeu a lij- . '.a.ilY a ltd 1 L»X" .'Lvrin Wben ibey obiaio a .x*. ; 'be_« UfDiiiV defeat - • ji.ii. a? ine and tben n r- Colville. Whal New ■*. : ~d« > 10 I* given w oiider - : :ii: -Lr cots bat link ioe in - -±ZLZ>i>iZL fc Dd f r.r C&D -50ubl* Cp ...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 17 September 1908

WINTER WEARABLES Our winter stock is now complete in every department. We have spared nothing in making this the best and most complete stock of winter goods ever shown in this vicinity. Every garment direct from the factory. No jobbing house goes with us. This alone will insure GOOD PRICES MACKINAWS Wc arc exceptionally proud of our line of mackinaws this season. It lias taken a hard search to find a line of mackinaws that would stand the severe wear that thes garments arc put to in this country. This we think we have found in the famous Soo Woolen Mills goods. These garments are guaranteed to be all wool and absolutely water proof. Price $3.50 per d*/ C A garment to tjjU.tJV SWEATERS Our stock of sweaters contains fill the nrw thing in knit coats, regular sweaters and cardigan jackets. In knit coats we have the plain, navy, brown and gray, also the gray trim med in mavy and the gray trimmed in rnarone. All these garments are absolutely all wool with no seconds. Priccs ranging from...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 24 September 1908

VOI.UME VIII WEST SIDE GETS RAILROAD Idaho & Washington Northern Names Route for the Metaline Extension. Will Build Into lone by November of Next Year. Uter several months of surveying on !><>th sides <>l the Pend Oreille river north from Newport and a careful con iteration of tlie cost of construction, maintenance ami operation on both -nit's, the officials of the Idaho A Wash ington Northern Railroad have selected ilit- route down the west side of the liver for their Metaline extension. In arriving at tliis conclusion the advan tages and drawbacks of both sides have Ueeri thoroughly canvassed; one item, which entered into the matter and helped the west side to get the decision was the heavy expense of bridging the river. From the standpoint of tonnage the west side has at present the most to offer. On the east side the Panhandle Lumber Co. controls most of the timber while on the west side several other companies have large holdings whichi will be tapped by the ...

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. — 24 September 1908

NEWPORT'S NEW PHONE SYSTEM Oue of the Most Modern and Complete Plants in the Northwestern Country. Equipped With Latest Improvements in Telephony. The new telephone exchange,: l now about completed, is an im provement that Newport should be j proud of. It is doubtless true that but few of our people understand! the thoroughness with which every detail of its construction has been 1 looked after, or the modern char acter of its equipment. As fast as possible the phones from the old exchange are being changed over to the new, and soon the whole office system will be in working order. Last winter Mr. R. S. Anderson, of Sherwood, N. 1)., a telephone man of loner and successful experi ence, after having visited Newport and surrounding country, and be ing impressed with the wondrous possibilities of growth that devel opments of our resources would bring about, applied to the town council for a franchise to erect and operate a telephone exchange in our town. The franchise granted, Mr. Ande...

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. — 24 September 1908

Creditors Holding the Sack. Noi-uian Jackson, who has been wood ,-lilting contractor in this vicinity for - •vera) year?, has shook the dust of Newport from his feet and departed for ,-teener fields. Mr. Jackson neglected to settle a few accounts that he had , mtraeted in this vicinity while operat ing as a contractor. The accounts will : robably total about $3000, or perhaps more a« soon as all reports are received. Mi. Jackson lias been operating near , t .\vi»ort, and has been doing fairly at the business. Most of hn credi •)i s assert that he hail been doing very «<-il —at their expense. The recent for <-t fires hurt Mr. Jackson, or his credi : ,ts, to a considerable extent, so Mr. .ktekson decided he had better remove to , lower altitude, the air being a little too , ue for him along the Pend Oreille. Mr. Jackson appeared to like Tweedie : httle better than he did Newport, or ,1 , the Newport merchants were a little too wise for him, as his tine work was ,lone at the form...

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. — 24 September 1908

CEDAR PARK New Addition on the Market Oct. Ist Cedar Park has proven a great success and given splendid satisfaction. The sales of Cedar Park lots and garden tracts has surpassed all previous records in Newport. THERE IS A REASON FOR THIS: People have become tired of thin gravel ground and have learned that it takes Soil to produce crops.They will no longer spend hard effort, time and money trying to grow fruit and garden stuff on unproductive ground. Rain is needed almost everywhere. Some districts have suffered greatly. Some have only half a crop. It has been a revelation to many to see how Cedar Park and the Silver Birch Farm look, depending entirely on natural subirrigation. The warm sun draws the moisture from below the surface. Therefore, the soil is always moist an inch or two from the surface. It keeps the roots of the garden truck and trees in healthy con= dition. This spring I announced that a portion of this subirrigated tract would be cleared and planted to orchard and o...

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. — 24 September 1908

JACK FURNESS IS STILL AT THE OLD PLACE! Che IBewport Hfliner UKFIOJAL PAPER OF STEVENS COUNTY Thursday, Sept. 24. 1908. I'KKI) I-. WOLF, Editor and Publisher Milt-red la the postutlice at Newport. Wash. .vton MfiooncJ class mail matter. I USCKIPTION PRICE $1.50 tfACII YEAR JUST AMONG OURSELVES Fred wants to see you ! Frank I). Crandall, expert, watch maker. \liss Edna Seelev is visiting Miss Margaret Blown at Locke. For high grade men's and boys' shoes v., to Gust Anderson's store. Special sale in pictures and frames at vliller's old stand. WANTED —At City Market, veal and i tiickens; highest market price paid. F. C. Krause and VV. C. Moeser went down river Tuesday morning on a busi ness trip. A large honse and ten lots for sale, a dandy place for a chicken ranch. Charles F. Craig. Miss Edna I. Burns, of Spokane, made a week-end visit with her sister, Mrs. Walter Rogers. .Mrs. Archie Depew, of the soutli side, is in a very critical condition as the re sult ol typhoid fever. Good gir...

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. — 24 September 1908

A CONTRAST 111 CIVIC BEAUT). Experience of Idaho Town With Two Railroads. ONE DEEMED AN EYESORE. The Other Considerate of the People** Rights and the Municipality's Wel fare and Appearance—Striking Dif ference Between Their Depots. From one end of ltathdrum, Ida., to the other, almost running parallel east and west, two railroad lines are im portant adjuncts of tbe village. The physical character of one disfigures and mars the surroundings; the other has been constructed with a view to giving an additional beauty to con tiguous points. The Northern Pacific at this point is a positive eyesore to all the inhabit ants of the village, and no less so to the traveling public, says Bartlett Sin clair in the Spokane Spokesman-Re view. In the construction, subsequent "Improvements" and maintenance of this great commercial highway (here at least) nothing seems to have been omitted to impress the eye with Its repulsiveness. It enters the town from the east through a beautiful grove of native p...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 24 September 1908

Republican National Ticket. For President, \VM. H. TAFT, of Ohio. For Vice President I AMES S. SHERMAN, of New York. HhH'BLK AN STATE TICKET. For Governor, S. G. COSGROVE, <it Pomeroy. f,,i i ongressman Third Distri-t, MILES POINDEXTF.R, of Spokane. ta H 15Lit'AN COUNTY TICKET Legislature, HENRY R. BPEDDEN, R A. THAYER. Hoth of Colviile, For Sheriff, T.J.TURK, of Chewelah. For ClerK, W LON JOHNSON, of Chewelah. For Auditor, L. E. JESSEPH, of Colviile. For Treasurer, CHARLES ADAMS, of Loon Laka. For Attorney, 11. (i. KIRKPATRICK, of Colviile. For Assessor, f. F. BOTTORF, of Rice. hut County Superintendent, MAY T. NOBLE, of Dunn, For Engineer, W. M. MANNING, of Colviile. For Coroner, A. B. COOK, Fur Commissioner First District, W. \V. BRYANT, For Commissioner Third District, G. \V. SUTHERLAND, HON NEK COUNTY REPUBLICAN TICKET. State Senator, W. F. WHIFAKER, of Sandpoint. Representatives, 11. M. SANBORN, of Cocolalla, I'AUI. CLAGSTONE, of flagstone. Sheriff, ANDREW A. MERRITT, of Va...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 24 September 1908

Economy In Clothing WATER PROOF CLOTHING ===== For Boys ===== Tkis cut illustrates one of the many good features found in Perfection Clothing for Boys. Besides the line of Waterproof Clothing, this line contains the two pant suits. Every garment of Perfection Clothing is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction. We have a very com plete stock to select from at prices from CO $1.75 to $7.50 in boys, in youths $5 to CALDWELL CLOTHING COMP'Y SUBMITTED TO VOTERS Bonding the County and Town ship Organization. Doings of County Commissioners Messrs. Major, Beggs and Fountain, the county board of commissioners, were in Newport Tuesday, on their way to j.ocke, to inspect some new bridges. Their September session was adjourned Monday evening. Following are some of the important transactions at the meeting: Canvass of the votes cast at the Calis pel diking district election showed 16 votes cast, of which 13 were in favor of diking and none against. For commis missioner the vote was as follows: ...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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