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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 15 October 1908

She "ftewport miner OFFICIAL PAPER OF STEVENS COUNTY Tin rsday, Oct. 15 1908. FRED L. WOLF. Editor and Publisher Entered In the postolttce at Newport, Wash. utftmi hk second class m*iil matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE »!.:m EACH YEAR JUST AMONG OURSELVES Special sale in pictures and frames at Miller's old stand. Mrs. Geo. S. Henry was a Spokane visitor Tuesday. H. S. Savage, of Tiger, has been a Newport visitor this week. A boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. M G. McMasters this morning. FOR SALE--Team of heavy draft mares. Inquire McDonald Merc. Co. 3t F. C. Krause and family moved into their new home in Scott's addition this week. Henry Funk is rejoicing over the ar rival of a fine young boy at his home. The stranger arrived last Thursday. Step into Charlie Schneider's and have your measure taken for a new fall and winter suit from the new line be is showing. F. Lehmkuhl, general contracting, will do jobbing on short notice. Screen doors and windows furnished. Shop on Fourth and Cass. tf A la...

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. — 15 October 1908

Township Organization What it means. The session laws of 1895 provide that an} 7 township; or parts of townships, or two or more townships can organize under one organization. This pro vides where townships are divided by lakes, rivers or mountains. The necessary qualifications for an or ganization are twenty-five bona fide settlers. The town officers shall consist of three town supervisors, town clerk, town treasurer, town assessor and town road supervisors and the}' shall attend to all the busi ness within their jurisdiction. Citizens of Stevens county, con sider the above question and on the 3rd of November, 190S, vote for township organation. Farmers should vote for town ship organization, because — 1 Economy. All business will be done by the town voters in town meetings, not at the court house. No chance for graft. 2 Local self-government. Power of officials is reduced to a mini mum; voters attend to their own business. 3 Separated from city. Now the city elects its street comm...

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. — 15 October 1908

Republican National Ticket. For President, WM. H. TAFT, of Ohio. For Vice President IAMES S. SHERMAN, of New York. KEPUBLICAN state ticket. tor Congleen, Mm District, W. E. HUMPHREY, t'ui Congress, Second District, E. \V. Ct SUM AN. For Congressman Third Distil t, MILES POIN DEXTER, •of Bpukaut hor CroVel uor, S>,U. COSUROVE, iii Pomeroy. Eor Lieu ten a nt-Uo veruor, M. E. HAY. Secretary of State, SAM H. NICHOLS, 'treasurer, •J. (i. LEWIS. Auditor, c. W. CLAUSEN. Attorney-General, W. P. BELL, commissioner of Public Lauds, E. W. ROSS, superintendent of Public Instruction, HENRY B. DEWEY, insurance Commissioner, J. 11. SCHIVELY. REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET, Legislature, HENRY R. BPEDDEN, R. A. THAYER, Both of Colville. for Sheriff, T. J.TURK, of Chewelah. For Cleru, W. LON JOHNSON', of Chewelah. For Auditor, L. E. JEBSEPH, of Colvlile. For Treasurer, CHARLES ADAMS, of Loon Lake. For Attorney. H. O. KIRKPATRICK, of Colville. For Assessor, F. F. BOTTORF, of Rice. ior t ounty Superintend...

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. — 15 October 1908

GREAT REMOVAL SALE WE WILL MOVE, about November 15th, into the new store room next to Reid Hardware Company's, on Washington Ave. Rather than move this stock we will sell these goods at the greatest sacrifice ever offered in this City. We have nothing but seasonable and reliable merchandise to offer. Sale Begins SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17th and Con= READ! \Jnderbvea,r and Hosiery 3 Doz. men's cotton underwear just a few gar= ments of a kind that sold for 65 and 75cts. per ment, Removal sale 35c Men's heavy fleece lined underwear. Removal sale 40c per garment, per suit 75c 12 Doz. men's fancy hose in dark shades former prices 25c per pair. Sale 2 pair for 25c 35 cent fancy hose 20C Mute SKjn M tit ens 10 Doz. mule skin mittens, regular price 35cts. Sale price 25c Agency Tor CakharttGloves mid OVJZJRAZjZ, UNIFORMS DEATH OF A PIONEER Bill Downs Found Dead on the Floor of His Home. Resided in Valley Twenty Years William Downs, one of the pioneers of this section, committed "uicide on Monday n...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 22 October 1908

VOLUME VIII RAILROAD AS A DIKE Calispel People Considering a New Proposition. Grade Will Save Them Expense. A meeting of residents of the Calispel valley was held at Cusick Wednesday afternoon, at which J. C. H. Reynolds, right of way agent for the Idaho & Washington Northern Railroad, and C. F. Craig, president of the First National Hank of Newport, were present. Mr. Hey nobis placed before those present a new phase of the diking proposition now tiding considered, which, if accepted and carried out, will be considerable of an aid in the effort of the valley people to protect their property from damage by high water. Several surveys for the down river extension of the 1. & \V. X. have been run through the valley and a route along ihe foothills had been finally adopted. At the request of residents of the valley and property owners, committees hav ing been sent to Npjrit Lake to confer with the railroad company, it was finally concluded to run a survey along the bank of the Pe...

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. — 22 October 1908

HEADACHE Versus HEARTACHE. By GRAHAM BOYD. Copyrighted. 1!W8, by Associated Literary Press Nell noticed the girl as the car came to a stop. She was undeniably pretty, though her clothes were a little too prouounred in color aud cut, and her hat was distinctly "loud." The white parasol, however, softened the high coloring of clothes aud complexion and moved the man in the seat ahead to the audible reflection that she was a "peach." lhere was a trifling delay to the ear ahead, aud Nell was about to turn her attention to the trouble when \ ance Joslin dropped lightly from the rear end of the car and approached the girl. For an instant she seemed to resent his address, but as he spoke her man ner changed, and a moment later they moved off up the street together. The man in front remarked to his compan ion that "the Johnny had his nerve with him." The vulgarity of the remark empha sized the shock Nell hml felt when she had seen Vance speak, and with a crimson face she turned her head awa...

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. — 22 October 1908

Republican National Ticket. For President, WM. H. TAFT, of Ohio. For Vice President JAMES S. SHERMAN, of New York. republican state ticket. bor Congress, First District, W. E. HUMPHREY. For Congress, Second District, F. VV. CUBHMAN. For Congressman Third Distri t, MILKS POINDEXTF.R, of Spokane. For Governor, s. G. COSGROVE. of Pomeroy. For Lieutenant-Governor, M. E. HAY. Secretary ot' State. SAM H. NICHOLS. Treasurer, J. G. LEWIS. Auditor, C. W. CLAUSEN'. Attorney-General, W. P. BELL. Commissioner of Public Lanfls, E. W. ROSS, superintendent of Public Instruction, HKNRY B. DEWEY, insurance Commissioner, J. 11. SCHIVELY. REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET Legislature, HENRY R. SPEDDEN, R. A. THAYER, doth of Colvtlle. £orSh»riff, T. J. TURK, of Chewelah. For Clem, W. LON JOHNSON, of Chewelah. For Auditor, L. E. JESSEPH, of Colville. For Treasurer, CHARLES ADAMS. of Loo a Lake. For Attorney. H. G. KIRKPATRICK, of Colville. For Assessor, F. F. BOTTORF, of Rice. For County Superintendent, MAY T. N...

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. — 22 October 1908

Removal Sale Still On and will Continue for Another Week The different lots are fast becoming broken and if you wish to take advantage of the greatest sacrifice sale you must come soon. Follow ing are only a few of the great values offered. Men's $2.50 work shoes $1.45 Men's 3.00 work shoes SI .95 Men's 4.50 dress shoes $2.85 Men's 3.50 dress shoes $2.15 Men's 75c work shirts 35 Men's 65c dress shirts 35 Men's underwear 35 Men's $2 50 pants $1.65 Caldwell Clothing Company School Notes Every one knows the necessity of an education. A certain amount of knowl edge is required so that the laws and princpiles of the state will be better un derstood and enforced. Certain laws, are passed and it is necessary that they be enforced. l>o you blame the teacher for endeavoring to make known the im portance of them? The following laws are very essential. They have been enforced thus far and will he during the entire term: (Chapter 231, Session Laws liK)7, See. 264.) 1 All parents, guardians a...

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. — 22 October 1908

Read and Think About Newport, Stevens County, Washington NO other place in the country otters opportunities as great as in Stevens County, Wash ington. There are opportuni ties here for the poor man to secure a home. There are op portunities for the wealthy to double their money in a few years by investing in a ranch or timber lands. Stevens county contains 3954 square miles of territory, or over 2.000,000 acres of land. It is three times the size of the State of Rhode Island. The great industries of Stevens county are lumbering, farming, fruit growing and mining. Newport is the gate way to the Pend Oreille valley, containing thousands of acres of rich agricultural lands for di versified farming. Clover and timothy grow abundantly the average yield being 11-2 to 3 tons per acre. Hay finds a ready market at fts to 125 per ton, thus a few crops will pay for land selling at $30 to $60 per acre. What is grown in the irrigated sections can more easily be grown in the Newport district whe...

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. — 22 October 1908

As to Nr. Rochford In an open letter published in several papers two weeks ago, J. A. Rochford, prosecuting attorney and candidate for re-election, advances as a reason for his re-election that be has, himself and alone, per formed all the duties devolving upon the prosecutor's office. By intimation and also by ex press statement he charges that his predecessor in office, at great expense to the county employed outside assistance to perform the duties which should have been performed by him alone. The charge may have l>een made with a knowledge of its falsity, or it may be the result of gross ignorance on the part of M. Rochford. Mr. Kirkpatrick has served the county faithfully and well as pros ecuting attorney for eight years. His opponent has served but two. He has tried and convicted more men than perhaps any other prose cuting attorney in the stateoutside of the large cities, and as a prosecu tor his reputation extends through oat the state. The record of his cases shows an e...

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. — 22 October 1908

Publication of Nominations ufijf ok Washington, i > sc. Countv of Stevens, J I Frank A.Savage, auditor in and for Haiti ,-oiiuty and state, hereby certify that the iol ..wing is a list oi the names of the nominees ■ , voted for at the regular election, to be t., 1.1 in Stevens 1 ounty, State of Washington, s,member 3rd, 1W», also the amendments to he Miaie constitution to be voted on; also the juration of validating county warrants out - tending and issuing bonds in the sum of j/:.'.,Cki0.00 to pay the same; also the question township organization, to-wit: Republican t'c evidential Electors— K hn H O'Donnell, sviliiam Pitt Trimble, j M Fish, Frank M Dallam, Charles E Curlee. representative in Congress - >liles Fojndeiter. .iovernor—- -uiauel Coagrove. Lieutenant-Governor— >1 K Hay. .-ecretarv of State — •>iiru II >flcholn. rftate Treasurer— ic.hn G Lewis. J iate c VV Clausen. \Uorney-General ■A 1' bell. Commissioner ot Public Lauds— E W Ross. -uoerintendent oi Public ...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 22 October 1908

HARVEST HOME SALE For one week at The NORTHERN MERCANTILE CO.'S BIG STORE Sale Starts Saturday, Octobcr 24 and Ends Saturday, October 31 i Nothing will be on sale except Real Genuine Bargains. Our main object in having 1 this sale is to unload part of our Enormous FALL & WINTER Stock at prices that far excell any of our competitors. Profit is not the question in giving this sale. It's the money we want. Domestic Department Standard calico, per yard 5c Comfort calico, per yard 5c L, L. muslin, per yard 7C House lining, per yard 4c Good bleached muslin, per yard 8c One a little heavier per yard 1 Oc 8 l-3c cotton huck toweling, yd . 5c 1 yard wide silkolines, per yd 11 C Silk finish comfort calico, per yard 6c Aprom check gingham per yard 6c 12 l-2c outing flannel, per yard lOc 12 l-2c flanneletts per yard lOc 15c dress ginghams, per yard 1 OC 20c kimona cloth. per yard 1 5c 8-4 bleached sheeting, per yard 25c 9-4 bleached sheeting, per yard • • - 27c 10-4 bleached sheeilng, per y...

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. — 29 October 1908

VOLUME VIII HOLD A FRUIT SHOW Meetings at Newport and in the Valley Should Have Large Attendance The polling place for Newport pre cinct at next Tuesday's election will be the City Hall. The polls in incorpor ated towns are open from Ba. m to 8 p. m.; in rural precincts from 9 a. ni. to 7p. m. J. W. Rauch will act as in spector for Newport precinct and Messrs. Randolph and Smith as judges. Newport, "Where Rail and River Meet" Northern T " Mercantile Co., OVERCOATS Tomorrow last day of HARVEST HOME SALE. We still have a hundred pair of cotton blankets to go at sale prices. The Newport Miner/ A Democratic rally, held at Kelly's Hall Monday eyening, was quite well attended. The meeting was presided over by A. S. Sherlock. The first speaker of the evening was S. C. Sturman, of Maud, Democratic candidate for state representativa, who was followed by J. A. Rochford, present county attorney i and candidete for re-election. Mr. Rochford severely criticised present Re publican officials and ...

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. — 29 October 1908

County Commissioners Following is a summary of the work of the county commissioners for the October session: Contract entered into with C. J. Sheely, of Denver, for construction *of $1500 bridge at Laurier and $3286 bridge at Napoleon, B. C. Copper company to pay one-third of the cost of Napoleon bridge, and Ferry county to pay $1250 and the citizens of the vicinity and some material for Laurier bridge. Petition of W. H. Seaman frr Cougar creek road granted and survey ordered. Liquor license granted to E. T. Paulmer at Metaline. H. 1). Morrison granted license to operate ferry at Daisy. Saloon license granted A. W. Bascom at Daisy, on condition that should those opposed to issuance of said license at any time file sufficient, protest, with proof, the license will be revoked. Auctioneer's license granted to Wm. Buckley. Following tax levies made for 1908 on valuation of $8,023,517: Mills. State general fund l-&>3 state school — '-•■Jfj- Military Highway Total state 'J'™! Count...

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. — 29 October 1908

Publication of Nominations nnr ok Washington, i > BS. Couuty of Steven*, J 1, Frank A. Savage, auditor in and for said county Miid state, hereby certify that the fol lowing is a list of the uamesof the nominees to be voted for at the regular election, to I* held in Stevens v onnty, Stale of Washington, November 3rd, Wuß, also the amendments to the state constitution to be voted on; also the question of validating county warrants out standing and issuing bonds in the sum of $225,000.00 to pay the same; also the quastlon u, Township Organization, to-wlt: Republican Presidential Electors- John K O'Dounell, William Pitt Trimble, .) M Fish, hiank M Dallam. Charles E Cur lee. Representative in Congress - Miles Poindexter. Governor— Samuel CoFgrove. Lieutenant-Governor— M E Hay. S<-cretarv of State- Sam 11 Nichols. Stale Treasurer - John G Lewis. State Auditor*- t VV Clausen. Attorney-General— VV P Bell. t ouiraissioner of Public Lands— E W Ross. Superintendent of Public Instruction ...

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. — 29 October 1908

Buy Your Hosiery of Us EVERWEAR HOSIERY SIX PAIR GUARANTEED SIX MONTHS —soft and silky against sensitive skins, is a perfect bose for every day wear. Made in ligbt and medium weight from Egyptian cotton in fast colors. A box of six pair, one size to a box, $2.00 —no more tban ordinary hose. No 15. Boys leather stockings, heavy cotton ribbed with triple knee and double foot. Positively the best wearing stockings made. Sizes 6 to 10, all sizes, per pair 25c No. 10. Same stockings as the above in lighter weight for Misses same size, same price. No. 14. Children's heavy cotton hose, extra strong wearing qualities. Sizes 6 tolO. Prices "| sc. No. Too. Ladies' line cotton hose full fashioned. Price 25c. No. 165. Same stockings as the above except with ribbed top. No. Goo. Extra fine cotton hose full fashioned. Price 35c. No. 720. Fine mercerized hose, light weight full fashioned Price pair 50c. Caldwell Clothing Company Met a Horrible Death Saturday morning about 10 o'clock Jack Kane, a m...

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. — 29 October 1908

Read and Think About Newport, Stevens County, Washington NO other place in the country offers opportunities as great as in Stevens County, Wash ington. There are opportuni ties here for the poor man to secure a home. There are op portunities for the wealthy to double their money in a few years by investing in a ranch or timber lands. Stevens county contains 3954 square miles of territory, or over 2,000,000 acres of land. It is three times the size of the State of Rhode Island. The great industries of Stevens county are lumbering, farming, fruit growing and mining. Newport is the gate way to the Fend Oreille valley, containing thousands of acres of rich agricultural lands for di versified farming. Clover and timothy grow abundantly the average yield being 11-2 to 3 tons per acre. Hay finds a ready market at $15 to 125 per ton, thus a few crops will pay for land selling at $30 to $60 per acre. What is grown in the irrigated sections can more easily be grown in the Newport district whe...

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. — 29 October 1908

HUMOR OF THE FOUR Hard Luck. "Yes," said Mrs. Jiggers, "I can truthfully say that 1 ain't had nothin' but hard luck all my life. There was Bill Stiggins that 1 was engaged to first. He went to sea, and I under stand he was et by cannibals. Then I married Hiram Woggs, and the Beihises' bull tossed him up Into the top of an apple tree, and he fell out of it and broke his neck. Then I married Tom Bagby, and he behaved so all fired bad I had to spend $10 gettin divorced from him, and now I'm mar ried to Jiggers." "Well," said the sympathetic caller, "there's nothing the matter with Mr. Jiggers, is there?" -.No," said the unhappy woman. "He's as healthy as a two-year-old— feeds J ike a growin' boy and is as pious as a parson. Don't seem to be no hope of my ever gettin' shet of him. I'm just reg'larly cat out to suf fer."—Harper's Weekly. At the Summer Boarding House. City Boarder—l'ou should be arrest ed for getting money under false pre tenses. Farmer Ryetop—What now, neigh bor? City Bo...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 29 October 1908

Republican National Ticket. For President, WM. H. TAFT, of Ohio. For Vice President james s. shekmax, of New York. KK PUBLIC A N STATE TICKET. For Congress, First District, W. E. HUMPHREY. For Congress, Second District, F. W. CUSHMAN. Fur Congressman Third District, MILES POINDEXTER, o£ Spokane. For Governor, S. G. COSGROVE, of Ponleroy. For Lieutenant-Ciovemor, >1. E. HAV. Secretary of Stale, SAM H. NICHOLS. Treasurer, .1. G. LEWIS. Auditor, C. W. CLAUSEN. Attorney-Genera I, W. P. BELL. Commissioner of Public Lands, E. W. ROSS, Superintendent of Public Instruction, HENRY B. DEWEY. Insurance Commissioner, J. H. SCHIVEI.Y. REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET. Legislature, HENRY R. SPEDDEN, R. A. THAYEK, Both of Colville. for Sheriff, T. J. TURK, of Chewelati. For Clerit, VV. LON JOHNSON, of Chewelah. For Auditor, L E. JESSEPH, of Colville. For Treasurer, CHARLES ADAMS, of Loou Lake. For Attorney, H. G. KIRKPATKICK, of Colville. For Assessor, F. F. BOTTORF, of Rice. For County Superintendent,...

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. — 29 October 1908

NORTHERN MERCANTILE COMPANY'S ANNUAL IN OUR GROCERY DEPARTMENT We do this once a year only on goods that we are overstocked in. We have made you these below cost prices, at a loss to us, but to your gain. Housekeepers, Hotels and Boarding Houses here is your chance to stock up for the rest of the year at a great saving to yourselves. Read the list carefully One gallon can, Quail brand, pie plums, on sale at . . .35 One gallon can, Quail brand, pie grapes, on sale at .35 Wenatchie Solid Pack Goods One gallon can, Wenatchee pie apricots on sale at . . 30c In case lots. $3.50 One gallon can, "Solid Pack" plums on sale at - - .25 In case lots .... 2.85 One gallon can, "Solid Pack" grapes, on sale at - - .25 In case lots . . - - 2.85 Two and One=Half Pound Cans Two and one-half pound can pears, regular 25c now . ."15 Two and one-half pound can strawberries, Reg. 30c now 15 Two and one-half pound can plums, Reg. 20c, now 2 for .25 One gallon fancy maple sprup, regular $1.40 now . . .95 On...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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