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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 6 May 1909

Usk Trading Company ESTABLISH EID 1886 t! ft We have a carload of nails and a car of fencing wire on the way. Can save you 20c on every dollar. We are making up a car of seed grain and can save you 20c per hundred on freight alone. If your machinery breaks down, can ,set repairs delivered to your landing in fwelve hours. WE PAY HIGHEST PRICE FOR FARM PRODUCE OSK, CORRESPONDENCE Seeding is in full swing. A large acreage will be sown. The farmers' of the valley will have about 4001 acres more of timothy meadow to cut this year than last. The I. & W. N bridge across the Calispel river is nearing com pie- j tion as far as the pile driving crew | can make it. E. L. Wetzeler is starting the I erection of a hotel on the site of the i former Sample hotel. The Cusick baseball club has just received its new suits. Theyi are gray with crimson trimming. Mr. Manning, ccunty engineer, has been surveying for diking dis tricts Nos. 1 and 2 for the past fortnight. Contractor J. Worth has started...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 6 May 1909

Won on a Chance. < opyrighted, 1508, by Associated Literary Press. •Tom, I want you to give me a "list , r your rich bachelor friends," an nounced Bonnie Brewster at the breakfast table. l don't know any rich bachelors, was the discouraging response. Every man I know is cutting down , ipenses, living in a furnished room jv.ste.id of an apartment, and all that , )f t of thing. Anyway, what do you want of a list of rich bachelors? Per- 1 think it a most unmaidenly demand." •'Don't be silly, Tom," suggested UoMile. "It's too early in the morn ing 1 am going to ask all of them to ,;ive toe a donation toward my fair for the crippled children, and that re minds me that you can write me a nice fat check before you go to the this morning. Never mind the list J can get it myself out of your address book." •Til give you the check," agreed Tom, ''but if you don't mind I'd rath er you'd keep out of my desk. Hon estly, Sis, the only man I know that has a cent is Charlie Warren. You'll make a ...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 6 May 1909

MEN'S SHOES! We are showing the greatest assortment of Men's Shoes ever shown irt this community. W. L. Douglas fine shoes, A. A. Cutter and Chippewa Cruisers and Drivers and the Joe Miller work shoes. W. L. Douglas is a progressive shoe manufac turer. His shoes ought to be better each season, and they are better. While he always makes them as good as he knows how, yet as quickly as he discovers ways of betterment, the better ments are made. He never buys any but the very best selected materials. If the market does not afford whatW. L. Douglas believes his shoes demand, he makes it. W. L. Douglas passes the tanner and tans sole leather by his own secret process. That is one reason why W.L. Douglas $3.50 shoes afford such unusual service. Then, again, the upper leather is as good as the sole leather, and the making is as honest as the leather. For these reasons and because of his unrivalled facilities as the largest shoemaker in the world, it is only natural that W.L. Douglas $3.50 s...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 13 May 1909

The Newport Miner VOLUME VIII WILL HAVE NEW DEPOT Railroad Commission Visited New port Wednesday ( ir eat Northern Preparing to Build \"t-wpurl nasi visited Wednesday after ii by the Stale Board of Railway ,:i;!iii3.sioners. The commissioners , <- been on a tour of the state for the ! three weeks, inspecting the rail ,.i- and holding hearings of complaints n/i-t 11n- service being rendered the ;• llllic. ! lie-pecial train conveying the com .ioiiers arrived via the Oreat North in :it -30 p. rn. and was met at tiie •• it h\ representatives of the town inril. Commercial Cluh and business i, hi the city. The commissioners ■~( citizens immediately repaired to the .ii hall, where the hearing was held. In the partv were 11. A. Fairchild, airman; J. C. Lawrence and .Jesse i!»~, commissioners; W. V. Tanner, i<-Htant attorney general; A. W. Per i.-v inspector; L. B. Kaler, stenog i :ip her for the commission ; F. V. Brown, t'lifial western counsel; M. J. Oostello, traffic manager; Supe...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 13 May 1909

T. J. KELLY NEWPORT, Dry Goods Department Cotton Batts, two tor 25c Calico, all colors, per yard 6e Percale, light colors, steam shrunk, per yard Dark Percale, steam shrunk, per yard " c Dress Gingham, steam shrunk per yard 1 1 ~^ c Nurse's Gingham, live differ ent stripes, per yard 12 l-2e Apron Gingham, all colors, yd 8c Cotton Challic, per yard Cret oil, per yard 10c Flannellctte per yard 12 l-2e Shirting, per yard, 12 to 20c Curtain Slips, per yard loc to 20c Scrim, per yard 20c i) 1-4 Sheeting, per yard 30c 42 inch Pillow Tubing, per yd 18c 45 inch Pillow Tubing, per yd 20c Muslin, per yard S to 10c Germantown yarn, per skein 20c Egy pti an per yard 25c Two pieces, black lawn per yard 15c 20c Light bine Linen, two pieces per yard 20c Shoe Department Children's Shoes from $1.00 to S1 -T5 Rabies' Shoes 25c to 50<' Ladies' Governess Shoes, elastic sides $1.50 Ladies' Quaker Shoes, $1.00 Old Ladies' wide Shoes, $2.00 Ladies, Vassal' Shoes, $3.00 Ladies' Arlington Shoes, elastic ...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 13 May 1909

PROBE AFFAIRS OF STATE OFFICERS 4KAKCHJ.IUHT TO BK TURNED OX WASH I XOTOX MEX. PAST OFFICIALS INCLUDED A Thorough Overhauling of Entire System of State Vouchers Has ✓ Been inaugurated. Olympic, Wash., May 10—Official dom in The state of Washington is ~ii rhe qui vive of apprehension, and itie strain caused by the investiga i lons under way and impending is having irs effect upon officers who are in no way implicated or sus pccit-d. a * well as those on whom the search light is being turned. Jusi how far the inquiry now un der way will go and just what the re-sults will be cannot be foretold. Ij t.u ii is tow as good as settled that lie official affairs of the following officers, present and past, will be tone into. Albert E. Mead, ex-governor; Sam 11. Xichels, ex-secretary of state, whose resignation was forced last week; James H. Schivelv, insurance rommissioner, whose resignation is momentarily expected; ex-State Treasurer Mills; O. W. Claussen, s.rait* auditor; John G. Lewis, sta...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 13 May 1909

Council Proceedings The couucil met in special session Tuesday evening. Present—Bennett, Millard, Lutz and Mayor Appel. Coun eilmen Caldwell and Hynes were out of town. Henry H. Jones, manager for the Northern Idaho & Montana Power Co., presented the acceptance of the ordi- s nance recently passed, granting u 50- year franchise to the Northern Electric Co. The acceptance was received and j ordered made a matter of record. Mr. Jones also presented a resolution to the council granting the company the right to use the east side of alleys and streets when pole lines had pre viously been erected on the west, side by other companies. The resolution wa« adopted. E. W. Moore, of Colfax, presented a petition asking for a permit to erect a corrugated iron building, 20x50 feet, on the lots adjoining the Antler Hotel on Washington avenue, the building to be used for a moving picture show. As the prDposed location is within the fire lim its and the council deemed the structure a fire menace,...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 13 May 1909

i'W'SIES AND POSIES EVERYWHERE AT A.-Y.-P. EXPOSITION, ! n the foreground of the picture is shown the bank which slopes up ••i.iii Geyser Basin at the Alaska-Yukon-Paoific Exposition, Seattle. Upon have been planted 300,000 tufted pansy plants, and close up to the i:, 1 1 iistrades high-growing plants of bright blossom. Above Geyser Basin can be seen the banks of the Cascades, and around in,., are growing 100,000 rose bushes, so selected that there will be a n,! , ion of blooms throughout the Exposition. WIIKRK WORLD'S WORKS OF ART WILL RE HOUSED AT A.-Y.-P. EXPOSITIOX, SEATTLE. Jll ihis building will be exhibited many priceless paintings. The dis play will represent the art galleries of the world, for many of these pic tures will be the work of the old masters, including rare art exhibits from the Corcoran in Washington, the Art Museum in New York, the Chicago Art Institute and from a large number of private galleries of wealthy men in the United States and Europe, who have for yea...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 13 May 1909

Che 'Viewport I¥Mner Thursday, May 13, 1909. FRED L. WOLF, Editor and Publisher fcntered in the postolfice at Newport. Wash. Hilton as second class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE *1."*) EACH YEAR Instruments Recorded. The iollowing is from the daily report of the Stevens County Abstract Com pany, Colville: U. S. to Charles B Bryarly, wi nwi, 34-30-45. C L Friend to Hover-Schiftner Co, Its 17-18, blk 25, Talmadge's add to New port, $650. William Mitchell to Northern Klectric Co, pt Its 5-6, blk 9, Koch's add to New port, $2400. M C Kelly to Fred L Wolf. Its 1-2, blk 16, Koch's add to Newport, $2510. Fred L Wolf to Henry H Jones, Its 1-2, blk 16, Koch's add to Newport, $1. Warren £ Talmadge to B C Dicks, Its 5-6. Talmadge's add to Newport, $1. Clarence Sample to Fidelity Lumber Co, It 7, 6-33-43, $1. Randall Perkins to K A Black well,- tract in sei of nwi, nwi of Jnei, 7-33-44. F J Hal ford to .1 P Nicholsonl It 9, blk 6, Halford's add to Newport. $250. J P Nichelson to G Anderson, I...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 13 May 1909

CAPITAL 525.000 OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS j C. "Phillips. "Pres. TO. C, Moeser. Ist -Vice Pres. W. C. Laurence. 2nd Vice Prw. JF\ C. K.ra*)se. Cashier. Fred Ste-Vens. Assistant Cashier £ J. Lutz. J. A.. J*lohle, J. C. McDonald, Ceo. H Bobier POUR PER CENT. INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS yOWR BVSIfIESS SOLICITED Cbc Utewport miner Thuhsday, MAY L'>, 1901). I KKl> 1-. WOLF, Editor ami Publisher f.u't-red lu the postoflice at Newport, Wash, a* second class mail matter. 4[ BSCKIPTION PRICE #1.50 EACH YEAR JUST AMONG OURSELVES sV Orandall for watchen. A .U. Harris made a trip to lone the iit«f of the week. WANTED—Experienced dining room jiil Apply at Newport Hotel, Old Town. Maps and prices of the Black wed ad dition can he seen at the First National Hank. We can furnish you any day with dynamite, fuses and caps. Lund Hard ware Co. 51-2 Greon Star flour $1.40. Every sack guaranteed. Gary-Sheldon Go. Jerome Depevv, of Elk, was the guest i his father, W. W. Depevv,of Halt'ord's »<Mit...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 13 May 1909

Usk Trading Company ESTABLISH ED 18 8 6 We have a carload of nails and a car of fencing wire on the way. Can save you 20c on every dollar. We are making up a car of seed grain and can save you 20c per hundred on freight alone. Hardware, Harness Supplies, Dry Goods, Shoes, Hats, Sporting Goods, Drugs Grain, Feed, Tim othy Hay and Farm Implements. If your machinery breaks down, can &et repairs delivered to your landing in twelve hours. WE PAY HIGHEST PRICE FOR FARM PRODUCE USK, COR.RLESPONDENCE Sullivan News R. Tennyson, of the Harvey creek marble camp, was a Sullivan visitor Sunday evening. He went to Newport on business Monday returning Tuesday. The ire is mostly gone on the Sullivan lake trail, and horseß can travel with more ease over it. Mrs. G. S. Henry, of the trail, who has been sick for the past month, went to Newport last week and is being treated by Dr. Philips. Mrs. R. W. Ingard visited friends near Sullivan lake last Sunday. Mr. Colbank, the assessor, is very busy hun...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 13 May 1909

NEWS FROM THE NATION'S CAPITAL b1 * s UPATTERS ARE CONFIDENT THEY WILL WIN. protection forces gain StnTtrtary Bullinger Changes Policy in Prosecution of Land-Fraud teases. Washington- —-Standpatters in con- j -itss, have gained much confidence J the debate commenced upon ! in tariff bill in the senate and now excess confidence that the element 0 f the Republican party demanding revision downward will be defeated wheu the final measure of strength conies. i ht' result is not credited to any material desertions from the forces of the Republican revisionists, but lather to accessions from the Demo crats and to the strong intrench meiit or the Eastern, or high pro tection, forces. Not only in committees are the standpatters in control, but the Re publican congressional delegates from the East and New England, numerically strong, give a nucleus i hut does not require much rein luroemem to be masters upon the floor of the senate. Downward - revision Republicans are not hopeless. They will...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 13 May 1909

Summer Furnishings Cluett Shirts We have just received a stock of the justly famed Cluett ('out shirts. 1 hey need no introduction. Summit Shirts in (Jolt and Negligee. Percale and Madras Cloth in (iolf shirts that will neither ftide or shrink. Prices 75c to $2.00 Negligee shirts in all the popular cloths and patterns, cotton and silk. Prices: 65c to $3.00 NEWS OF OLD TOWN Charles Karly was arrested by Con stable Newsom on Friday last, charged with petit larceny. Charles had pur loined 23 sticks of dynamite from one of the railroad contractors, and had brought it into the state of Idaho, and rached it under a pile of lumber near the Dougherty saloon. He attempted to have another party try to peddle the dangerous stuff, but when he went to get it he found that the plant was gone. James Wilcox, of the Dougherty saloon, had discovered what the man had under the lumber pile and notified Deputy Ensley, and the latter removed the pow der and stored it in an ice house for safe keeping. Kar...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 20 May 1909

The Newport Miner VOLUME IX NFW INDUSTRY FOR NEWPORT EXTENDING NEWPORT YARDS ■ ; COMMISSIONERS IN NEWPORT HLn lIIUUUIIII lUII se-tion is easily apparent, and should About 50 Spokane people, atuckhold- development. - regu lt i u building up a large business for ers of the Bornite mine, located about The commissioners were not asked to Manufacture of Dry Cell Batteries this industry. Force of Tracklayers Started four miles north of Newport, visited the j Inspected Conditions Kelative to pledge themselves in the matter, but o j The plant is at present capable of Work Tuesdav Morning. property Sunday. They arrived on the; Judicial District. spoke briefly on the proposed plan, as turning out 200 cells j»er day, working a j 9:20 I. & W. N, train and were taken to : did also County Clerk Johnson. force of five men. It. is anticipated that * the mine by the steamer Newport. They : The commissioners returned to Col- Fnr-nish Employment for 25 Men the output will be brought up to 1000 O.....

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 20 May 1909

T. J. KELLY NEWPORT, - ■ - WASHINGTON Dry Goods Department Cotton Batts, two for 25c Shetland Floss Yarn 3 skeins 25c Domestic Saxony yarn 3 skeins2sc Calico, all colors, per yard oc . . Lawnsdale Cambric, yd IZato 15c Percale, light colors, steam 1A , i 1 Towels, up from 1 Oc shrunk, per yard JIX . ™ , i r . Outing Flannel per yd up from | Oc Dark Percale, steam shrunk, , i (v vSilkaline, per yard IZ2C per yard JUL t . . , Soisette Silk, light brown and Dress Gingham, steam shrunk on , g , 1 1 <> r blue, per vard ZOC per vard . xr /n> t _ Mavflower Batiste, per yard 15c Nurse s Gingham, hve flitter- - , «*, ent stripes, per van! 12 1 -2c Bluebell Batiste per yd 12k to 15c Apron Gingham, all colors, yd 8c 1-ight blue check. Imported ir j o r Chambrav, per yard lsc Cotton Challie, per yard rs A i i n,. Silk tissue, lavender and Creton, per yard lUt , . , i ioi<v white, per yard 30c Flannellctte per yard 1- l--t Henrietta Sateen, rd 20c and 25c Shirting, per yard, 12 to 20...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 20 May 1909

Neighborhood News. \ ,n*tition i* being circulated in River asking the county ( J lim iissioners of Bonner county to m • the number of jjaloons in that tMWito the present number, five. [being done to keep out the lin a t -irable class of saloon men vv t,, ~re sure to follow up construc , work on the railroads, and -t Kiv»*r residents assume it to ti( . t u < i that the electric railroad t( ,, m \, wj»»rt t<» Priest Lake will , niiMrm-ted tim ing the coming r 11 miner. 1 fluff, who recently captured i , lt »e yti/.zlv bear near bis ranch the Priest Lake road, reports ,j IM , hr hits Seen h much larger ■.|nr<*iiiien »»f the same variety in , !|U : neighborhood during the last ' »,-rk «»r t\v<>. -;ih«lpoint's school board is con .plr-iint' the question of reducing >f,r ctlaries of the teachers of that mvii 11 appears to be necessary i„rthe board to retrench in the wtith-r of expenses. jfcThe action of ihr hoard luis precipitated a lively ili«ciir-siop of the matter. K...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 20 May 1909

WINNERS IN EXCITING GAME! Newport Beat Sandpoint, Score L Five to Three Effective Stick Work Counts B At 9 o'clock Sunday morning the local, baseball team, accompanied by about 90 j cc fans, rooters, mascots, etc., boarded a; tl special excursion train on the Great, m Northern tor Sandpoint. to try their skill in defeating the Sandpoint Tigers j U ih a game of ball. At 1:30 Sandpoint's band marched up tl to the Idaho Hotel, where the ball boys c< were staying, and after rendering se\ - gs eral selections, proceeded to lead the ri crowd out to the ball park, lhe Sand- a point Tigers were already at practice, ii and people soon began to form their ii opinions as to who would.win. Although 1 fi the weather was not conducive to good ; baseball, the Tigers did good practice jI. work that showed up well for them in ; » comparison to the poor practice put up t by some of the Newport boys. tl Sandpoint took their outs, with the c southpaw, Fleming, in the box and j Judge behind the bat. ...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 20 May 1909

- (v - iHcvvport fFliner "Y„i >'<»-""• >IAT ,3 > 1909 - WOLF, Editor and Publisher ltl the post office at Newport, Wash. id class mail matter, , ,;|j |iON PRICE *1.50 EACH YEAR Commission Lauds Blackwcll Road [j„ Idaho & Washington! 111 i* absolutely a model ,1 "-aid J. C. Lawrence, one , tj, • commissioners. j iit .. railway commission and o t!iciais of the Great Northern jijuad accompanying them over ~i e , frt -,it Northern line from Spo t„, Newport, Wash., returned Wednesday night over [hr I'.lwt kwell line. j». grades and curves are all ,r lU t ciiuiiu-ers can make them. Its ir - ait the latest and best product „j t hf Pullman shops. Each car ial ., u i dynamo and storage bat - that light it with electricity ii is running and for eight liuui iftcrward. The engines are the hit -I model and shine like new eoiliH. Tit' grade in several feet wider tluu, tli»* ordinary railroad grade. It, n.ii;-drueting the grade Mr. Black well simply brought in ciioiiiili dirt and g...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 20 May 1909

A VIEW OF THE COURT OF HONOR, A.-Y.-P. EXPOSITION, SEATTLE. All of the principal buildings of the ukon-Pacific Exposition are grouped in close compass around the Cascades and Geyser Basin and the flower beds which line each. The picture shows a view from the lower side of Geyser Basin, directly up the Court of Honor. On the right are seen the Palace of Manufac tures, the Oriental and Hawaiian Buildings. On the left aie the Euio pean Exhibits and Alaskan Buildings. In the far center is the Central Government, which shows its incompleted front as it looked on Apiil 10. On that date this was the heaviest piece of construction to be finished before the opening day of the Exposition and the contractors estimated that it would take them ten days to do the work. Geyser Basin is in the foreground, and just beyond it show the steps in the Cascades. THE HAWAIIAN BUILDING, A.-Y.-l\ EXPOSITION, SEATTLE. The building erected at the Alaska-Yukoxi-Pacific Exposition for the exclusive use of the Ha...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 20 May 1909

CAPITAL $25,000 OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS J. G". "Phillips. Pres. W. C. Moeser. Ist Vice Pres. W. C. Labor ence. 2nd Vice Pre*. F. C. Kraxfse. Cashier. Fred St ex} ens. Assistant Cashier E. J. Lutx, J. A.. JVoble, J. C. McDonald, Geo. H. "Bobier — FOUR PER CENT. INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS yOWR 3X/SIJSBSS Abe tflewport miner Tut kspay. May 20, 1909. I l;Kl> 1.. WOLF, Editor and Publisher. hntcred iu the postoffice at Newport, Wash. , iltioh as second class mail matter. -I'HSCHII'TION PRICK *t.oo EACH YEAR ( JUST AMONG OURSELVES S Set* Crandall for watches. l>on't forget those pails of jelly at 65c |H pail at Kelly's. 11. 11. Kingdon, of Sandpoint, was a Newport visitor on Wednesday. Why yes we are still doing business 011 the South Side. Payne & Vawter. We can furnish you any day with .lynainite, fuses and caps. I.nnd Hard ware Co. 51-2 Green Star flour $1.40. Every sack guaranteed. Gary-Sheldon Go. Die Moeser-Remly Mill resumed op erations this week employing a force of 4...

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