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We have the largest and most com plete line of Fancy China ever shown in Newport. Hand painted ware of the very best. Our Japanese ware is of the very latest and attractive patterns in Sugar and Creamers, Bread and Butter Plates, Cake Plates, Salts and Peppers, Chocolate Sets, in fact everything in China a wife or sweetheart would wish. JUST AMONG OURSELVES FOR SALE—My spanof ponies,cheap. K. W. Stevens. iMiss Laura McCune was a Spokane visitor Tuesday. Jack Kock, of the firm of Weinkauff j & Koch, is visiting for a few days at the home of his parents in Spokane. Dr. Campbell, formerly of Baker City. Ore., is in the city in quest of a location, lit! is very greatly pleased with New port. FOR SALE —A I*l-3 acre tract in Halford's addition; fine timber, good location, price reasonable. Mrs. A. Rice, Steamer Newport. FOR SALE—One team of fine brood mares in foal to registered horse, weight 2i>oo pounds, age 8 and 9; one spring wagon and farm harness. S. McGee. All members of the Rebecca degree are kindly requested to be present at the next regular meeting, Tuesday, Nov. 20. Six candidates will be initiated, after which refreshments will be served. "East Lynne" failed to show up Mon day night, the company evidently hav ing disbanded before getting here. There was quite an advance sale and many were disappointed at their failure to arrive. The Newport schools have been closed tliis week on account of the teachers all being in attendance on the county insti tute at Colville. The youngsters are enjoying their week's holiday and the teachers are absorbing knowledge under the instruction of the directors of the institute. The past week the Commercial Club has received inquiries from Boisewan, Manitoba; Dayton, Ohio; Chelsea,lowa, and Caldwell, Kansas, regarding the agricultural and business prospects in this vicinity. All of these are the results of former advertising which is still work ing well, and point a moral that the club ought to get together and issue some up-to-date advertising matter, setting forth the advantages of this section. At the Cottage House Tuesday even ing occurred the marriage of Fred Sul livan and Emma Lueck, both of Cusick. The groom is a rancher near that place and the bride is well known in Newport having for a number of years made her home at the Cottage. Rev. performed the ceremony. The happy couple left on Tuesday afternoon's boat for their home. Dr. Hejdnng, the veterinary surgeon, because of various complaints that have come to him, relating to his long con tinued and indefinite periods of absence from Newport, desires that until further notice he reserves the privilege of spend ing the first week of each month in any town that may require his services. The remaining three weeks of the month will be spent in Newport. Dr. Heldring, on the Ist of December, will leave for Priest River at the request of several horse owners. STEVE HABBIS Blacksmith. Horse Shoeing ANKERSON'S ADDITION Sales in these favored additions have bean very satis factory. A large number of lots have been sold to Newport people and outsiders for building purposes and investment. I will continue to sell lots at the same low prices until 1 dispose of half my holdings, when prices will be raised to something nearer their present value. Buy now in the most sightly place in Newport. City water in front of every lot. Soil free from rocks and level. Terms to suit. A CORNER —Four lots on Newport Ave. and G. N. right of way for business purposes. Three lots on State Ave., a snap. Several small houses on the installment plan. A few good ranches at bargains. List yonr bargains with me. li. T. ANKER.SON, Owner. Opp. Posfoffice. First snowfall of the season occurred Tuesday morning. House to rent. Inquire of Branigin. Miss Ebert was a Spokane visitor Monday. Capt. George H. Jones, of Usk, was transacting business in this city Tues day. Genuine fruit cake for Thanksgiving day or any other day at Newport Bakery and Grocery. W. F. Millard has been laying the water pipe which is to supply Cedar park gardens. Manager William Krause, of the Eagle Lumber Company, was transact ing business in Spokane Tuesday. It will save you money to place your orders for baled wheat hay, baled oat straw and good dry oats with Geo. H. Jones, of Usk, Wash. 11-2tf Relief Agent Jones, who has been taking Mr. Jayne's place at the depot during the latter's illness, has returned to Spokane, Mr. Jaynes resuming work Monday, much to the pleasure of his friends. Constipation, indigestion, drive away appetite and make you weak and sick. Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea restores the appetite, -drives away disease, builds up the system. 35 cents, Tea or Tablets. Adam's Pharmacy. Newport was well represented at the county seat this week. Among those who transacted business there were H. M. Lund, James A. McDonald, M. M. Sammons, Thomas J. Kelly, Jerry Desart, Attorney Alva S. Sherlock, J. C. H. Reynolds. A mass meeting was held at the M. E. church Sunday evening at which the present municipal campaign was dis cussed. Among the speakers of the evening were Rev. Livingston, Rev. Motor, Rev. Morton, J. E. Williams, Yerne Branigin and Mr. Appieman, who set fojth their idea 3 on good city government. The meeting was largely attended. W. L. Wakeley, of Sullivan Lake, was in Newport Wednesday on his way to Spokane. Mr. Wakeley is superinten dent of the Molybdemite Mining and Milling Company, which has claims showing strong leads of this valuable metal. The claims are located about six miles south of Sullivan Lake. The , company has let a contract for 200 feet of tunnel and is putting in a machine drill. Holden Bros. "Denver Express" will ' appear at the Opera House tonight. The play is too well known to need much puffing and has drawn mighty audiences . in times past. This year's company, . scenery and specialty features are said , to surpass any that have been provided . by the Holden Bros., and several In . dians are a prominent feature of the r production*, giving an exact reproduction » of Apache warfare. I The Foresters of America will hold i their annual dance on Thanksgiving t night at Kelly's hall. Kirkpatrick's i orchestra has been engaged for the oc casion and prizes will be given for the ■ best dancers, also entertainment will be provided for those who do not dance. The Foresters will leave nothing undone to give their guests for the evening a royal good time. Tickets are $1 and J everybody is inyited to attend. Wagon Making NORTON'S ADDITION TISS & McMORRAN Received a new line of Cut Glass, Wednesday morning which will make us an elegdnt display. Come in and look it over. The price will suit' the pocket books. TISS 6 McMORRAN Cut Glass Next week Thursday is Thanksgiving day. Max Weinkauff was a Spokane visitor last Sunday. Good house and lot for sale. Inquire of W. F, Millard. F. E. Pea3e, of Calispel Valley, was a Newport visitor Thursday. Mrs. Bobier was at Spokane the past week, returning Wednesday. WANTED —Relinquishment. Address John Garling, R. R. 1, Hillyard, Wash. Louis VVike, theCusick merchant, was in town Wednesday on his way to Spo kane. C. A. Fiedler, proprietor of the Antler Hotel, was transacting business in Spo kane Tuesday. Jerry Desart was at Colville the first of the week as witness in the probating of a will. , Deer hunters are numerous this week since the snow came, but failed to bring in much game. The Model restaurant has moved into its new quarters next door south of Bronson & Barry's saloon. Elmer Black, cashier of the First State Bank's Cusick branch, was a business visitor in Newport Tuesday. FOR SALE—lnside corner, 45x100; fine location; 150 feet from Washington avenue sidewalk. Inquire at the Miner office. Notice is hereby given that my wife, Charlotte L. Miller, has left my bed and board and I will not be responsibe'for any debts contracted by her. Henry A. Miller. Articles of incorporation have been prepared for the local Baptist church. Their new building has recently been painted. W. W. Burns, of Spokane, secretary and treasurer of the Northern Mercan tile Company, was a business visitor in Newport Wednesday; If you should be disappointed in get ting a turkey let me know by postal Tuesday, Nov. 26, and I will furnish a few roaster chickens. J. R. Patterson. Mr. Metealf, one of the prosperous Calispel Valley ranchers, was a Newport visitor Tuesday. He brought with him some very fine specimens of fruit raised on his ranch. Contractor Fred Lemkuhl has com pleted his work on the new Vawter building and has gone to Deer Park to finish up a contract, but will return to Newport later. J. C. H. Reynolds, right of way agent of the Idaho & Washington Northern Railway, was in town Wednesday inter esting our merchants and shippers in the new road. Albert W. Earl, of Seattle, is visiting Newport friends. Mr. Earl is one of the early residenters of Newport and went to Seattle to live last spring, but retains a warm spot in his heart for this city. FOR SALE —Household goods, con sisting of bedroom set, sideboard, range, carpets, heating stove, bookcase, leather seated dining chairs, rockers, folding bed, washing machine, kitchen cabinet, etc. W. O. Springer, second house south South Side grocery. "The Denver Express," under Harry Rowe's management, is one of the safe propositions which a theater goer likes to renew acquaintance with. Its merit has been proven in past seasons, and an exceptionally strong cast is promised for the production at the Opera House to night. At a meeting of the school board held last Saturday evening Judge D. R. Lusher took a place as a member of the Board, having been appointed to the position by Miss Daisy Hurd, super intendent for Stevens County. His ap pointment was to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of C. M. Tal madge, who has removed from the dis trict. Mr. Talmadge's removal also made necessary the election of a new president and Ed. Appel was elected to that position. Mr. Lusher was elected secretary to succeed Mr. Appel. At this meeting there was a discussion of devising some means of raising money to meet the obligations of the district as the teachers and others holding war rants are unable to realize on them without submitting to a heavy discount. Christmas Don't forget Tiss & McMorran Christ mas for we'll be there with the goods. i \ Tiger Talk. feTiger, Wash., Nov. 18,1907. Summer is lingering in the lap of winter in the fertile valley of the Pend d'Oreille. Only nine days more to Thanksgiving and no snow apparent. Charles Norman is delivering wood to the river for the Pend d'Oreille Naviga tion Co. R. Greenmyer returned from Meta line where he has been at work in the mines. Quincy Grove and Ralph Isaac left a few days ago for their homes in Ohio. Several Tiger citizens attended the school house dedication at lone last Friday night. Miss Rosie Moffet came down from the Moffet ranch and transacted busi ness at the store and visited at the Yoder cottage. Arthur Norman and Robert Cross are down the river on a pleasure trip. Charles Norman and Henry Brown have a contract to furnish wood for the Yoder cottage. We are in receipt of a notice from Metaline asking for men to work on the Metaline highway between Box Canyon and Metaline. W. L. Morris is superin tending the work. Wm. Strickland has just completed a building for E. F. Yoder to be used for a work shop and wood house. Mrs. F. E. Braddock returned home to her Wildwood ranch from Newport where she was visiting her friends the last two months. Cass Hacker, wife and daughter were business callers at Tiger one day last week. Tiger needs a blacksmith, a barber and a shoe cobbler. All of these pro fessions would find plenty of work in their different lines. Miss Jennie Smith is a guest at J, W. Wooding's. In our report to the Mineb in a pre vious number we said that the store and postoffice will positively be closed until three oclock and open from three to six p. m. We should have added on Sundays and legal holidays only. We are always open on working days. J. W. Wooding returned from Spokane and Newport where he has been for several days selecting a stock of goods for the winter trade. He has a full line of goods which he is selling at a very close margin. Call and take a look into Mr. Wooding's store. Advertised Letters List of letters remaining uncalled for in the Newport, Wash.P. 0. to date, are as follows: Beggs, G C Benniss, E V Brahnas, O S Card, E E (2) Card, Walter Hogan, Miss Georgie Hammel, Archie Hanson, John Hackworth, K C Larson, John McKay, John McKinney, Mrs Morrison, W P Rose Morris, E Armstrong, Phil (4) Newton, Miss Nellie Nelson, Julius Nelson, Karl Olsen, Emil Olson, Ole Reynolds, John Reed, Pearl (2) Rolland, Wesley Swanstrom, Henry Woodmore, Dan Schulenberg, H Del pay, J Walden, W A Makiner, Jos When calling for the above please say "advertised." R. I. Towle, P. M. Lund Hardware <<k The only and genuine Charter Oak ranges, cook stoves and heating stoves sold by us at way down prices. We are also head quarters for Lumbermen's and Miner's tools and supplies. We al ways carry in stock the Minnesota* t pure boded linseed oil, the Phonex and Colliers St. Louis white lead and the genuine Phon.x Pure Prepared paint, every ounce guaranteed to be strictly purc. Double bitted axes at $0c 75c $1.00 $1.25 $1.50- All kinds and sizes of doors and windows, also buildersjiardware. * yours for business Lund Hardware Co. We are agents for the two famous machines, Edison and Columbia. A new invoice of records arrived this morning. Come in and get the cream of the lot. Good records never get old. Huggins-Hardm Nuptials A quiet but pretty wedding took place on Tuesday evening, Nov. 12, at the parlors of the Qentral Hotel in Golden dale, Wash., when Miss Lela June Hug gins. the accomplished daughter of Mr. Mrs. W. H. Nebergall, and Mr. Gale Owen Hardin were united in the holy bonds of wedlock, Rev. Putman officiating. The parlors were beautifully decor ated for the occasion. The bride looked charming in a gown of white net over white satin with a full length veil and carried a bunch of bride's roses. Miss Olivia Harper, of Portland, attended the bride, and was gowned in pink crepe de chene and carried pink carnations. Mr. Arthur Hardin, brother of the groom, was best man. After the ceremony a wedding supper was served in the dining room for about •sixty guests. Amid many congratula tions and showers of rice the happy pair left for Portland and other points on an extended honeymoon. The bride is a former Newport girl, while the groom is of Vancouver and is one of that city's most enterprising young men. Messrs. Walker & Reynolds are mak ing considerable changes and improve ments on the Fredreck building which they are fitting up for a billiard parlor and will soon have it in operation. NOBLE& HURD As cheap as anyone We also have three grades of FLOUR at $1.25 $1.35 $1.5 D a sack Our grocery department is the most complete in the city and prices you will find right con sidering quality. # Our line of gent's furnishings for winter is complete in every detail. Prices to suit every buyer. WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A NEW LINE OF FANCY CHINA AND GLASSWARE and can save you money on these goods. Come in and look over our goods and prices. We are sure you will be suited. NOBLE AND HURD Edison Phonographs Columbia Vegetables. JohnGarling, of Hillyard, Wash., will Be here in a few days with a carload of vegetables. Jerrv Desart, the jeweler, has received a fine line of the best makes of fountain pens. Prices from $1.50 to $4. □Dr. Phillips having refused to accept the nomination for mayor at the hands of the Citizens' Independent party, the committee appointed to fill any vacancies which might occur selected E. S. Apnel to head the ticket. Roy Wimber, manager of the grocery department of the Northern Mercantile Company, is at Waterville, Wash., this week, and it whispered among his inti mate friends that he will have two fares to pay when he returns to Newport. Home Cooking and Bdklng at the Home Restaurant Next Door to New Miner Office Are now prepared to sell you FEED A. RAY WILLIAMS Furniture and Undertaking NEWPOR-T, - WASH.