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PFICIAL PAPBB OF STEVENS COUNTY
TT , olirna l devoted to the interests oi
•* A^ k Lnd weC*Hspel valley in particular
-• tWpor \ maiader of t'be earth in genera . A
i» J,nt vXauerfor progressive people in a
K£D l. WOLF, Editor and Publisher
red in the postoffice at Newport, Wash.
8S .second class mail matter
mIBSCKIPTION H.SQ BACH YEAR
JUST AMONG OURSELVES
I. v W. N. Railroad Time Table.
Passenger Train No. 2 leaves O. R. &
v deiM)l *tt Spokane, via Spokane Inter
zonal Railway, daily at 7:00 a. in. Ar
ies at Newport at 9:20 a.m.
Passenger Train No. 3 leaves Newport
daily ats:ls p. m. Arrives at Spokane
al 7:45 p. a*.
' [>aily freight from Spokane arrives at
Newport at 8:45 a. in. Leaves Newport
at 11 a, m.
For strictly fresh eggs call on J. Q.
Grover. 31-2
Commercial Club dance at the Opera
House Friday evening.
Claude Owens, of Lenora, was in this
city Christmas visitinsr friends.
Mrs. F. E. Kraddock left Fridav morn
for her ranch on the lower river.
Mrs. Ed Hauchins and Mrs. Anna
Guenther went to Sandpoint on Monday.
Miss Nelle Finch, of Spokane, is the
guest of her cousins, Misses Edna and
Jessie Seeley.
K>R SALE— Good milch cows and a
litter of well bred pigs. Prices right.
A. W. Westfall, Newport.
Messrs. Torreson and Jacobson, of the
Fidelity Lumber Co., were at Spokane
on business Thursday.
FOR RENT—Good 4-rroom house close
in; city water; electric lights; $10 per
month. A. M. Harris.
Harvey Slack, a brother of Mrs. A. R.
Tiss, spent Christmas in this city. He
is a student at Moscow, Idaho.
,loe Fea and Edeir Vawter, students
at the Northwest Business College, Spo
kane, are home for the holidays.
(ius Baker and wife, of Camden, ac
companied by a party of friends, came
to Newport Tuesday evening to attend
the big dance in Kelly's hall.
Mr. and Mrs. Pitt A. Hart came up
from Lenora Monday to spend the
Christmas holidays with Mr. Hart's
parents who reside in this city.
Joe Mcßeynolds, of Lenora, came up
from the river town Tuesday and at
tended the Christmas eve dance, and
Christmas morning went to Spokane to
spend the day.
Newport people are this week enter
taining many friends and young people
home from school for The holidays, and
their presence has added materially to
the pleasures of the holiday season.
WANTED—To sell or trade for city
property, a nice little ranch; good house,
abundance of water, rich alder bottom
soil, some land cleared, plenty of tim
ber. Inquire of Bonnet, the blacksmith.
We have shingles for sale here at our
mill or delivered •on barge at Cnsick,
and we solicit the patronage of the peo
ple in general. Will make prices by
wholesale or retail. Oalispel Shingle
Mill Co., Cusick, Wash., P. O. Box 73.
A petition has been circulated during
the past week asking the mayor and
councilmen to reappoint Marshal Jenne
to the position he now fills. Practically
every business man and interest in the
town is represented on the petition and
there are over 125 names on it.
Dr. and Mrs. Bond win were at home
to a huge party of friends Christmas
evening. The time was very pleasantly
passed in dancing and games and all had
a most delightful evening. A Christmas
tree and mistletoe decorations were the
features of the evening, the tree being
loaded down with gifts for those present,
many of them being humorous hits that
were greatly enjoyed.
A. M. Button is going to build a hull
for his boat, the Detroit, and it is not
improbable that her owner may have
her fitted up as a passenger boat. The
Detroit is a tow boat and has been out
of commission since August Ist. Her
conversion into a passenger steamer
would greatly facilitate travel on the
river.
I 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.
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 lota 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 your bargains with me.
T. ANKE&SON, Owner. op P . Postowiee.
For strictly fresh eggs call on J. C.
Grover. 31-2
Good house and lot for sale. Inquire
of W. F, Millard.
Ben Desart went to Oregon last week
to spend the holidays with friends.
Mr. ami Mrs. Win, Button* spent
Christmas with friends in Priest River.
Chas. Luce returned home Saturday
from an extended hunting trip on the
lower river.
FOR SALE—2I-room hotel and fix
tures; will be sold eheap. Address J.
W. Cusick, Cusick, Wash. 22-tf
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Dahls, of Ro
salia, are spending the Christmas holi
days witli friends in this city.
M. Slack, of Eldora, lowa, arrived
Tuesday and will make his home for a
time with his daughter, Mrs. A. R. Ties.
Walter Rogers, of the Northern Mer
cantile Co., accompanied by his wife and
little son, spent Christmas with Spokane
friends.
Mrs. C. E. Berry, who for the past
month has been visiting friends in
Tacom», returned to her home in this
city Tuesday.
Joe Boudwin, of t Philadelphia, a
brother of Dr. C. B. Boudwin, arrived in
this city Christmas morning and will
make his home here.
Mr. and Mrs. U. S. Reidt, of Penrith,
spent Tuesday in Newport, the guests of
friends. They attended the Christinas
eve dance in Kelly's hall.
Miss Jessie Seeley, who is attending
college at Bellingham, arrived home
Sunday and will spend the Christmas
holidays with her parents.
Chas. Dietrick, who is now employed
at the electric light plant in Sandpoint,
came home Tuesday to spend Christmas
with his mother, Mrs. Dietrick.
Chas. Adams, of Colville, was a New
port visitor last Friday. Mr. Adams is
treasurer of Stevens county and leaves
the impression of being a capable officer.
Spirit Lake's first Christmas was
marked by a celebration and big dinner
provided by the Idaho & Washington
Northern Railway for the men in its
employ.
LOST, Strayed or Stolen- Two white
cayuses (a mare and horse), one black
mare with white stripe in face, newly
shod, about 9 years old. Reward if re
turned to Dr. H. F. Hughes.
The dance at the Kelly hall Christmas
Eve was well attended and was produc
tive of a good time for all. A dance will
be given at the same place New Years
Eve by the same management.
The new equipment for the Idaho &
Washington Northern Railroad, consist
ing of /two trains of coaches and four
cabooses, will be completed at the shops
this week and started on their journey
we d f.
Messrs. Sherwood and Disbrow, of
Lenora have recently purchased two
new phonographs and a liberal supply
of records with which thev expect to
entertain their friends during the pres
ent winter.
The original cast, which is much
larger and better than that of the aver
age melodrama, w ill be seen in the new
play, "As Told in the Hills," during it 3
engagement at the Opera House, which
is for Tuesday, X>ec. 31.
The Commercial Club dance was post
poned to Friday evening of this week
and will be held at the Opera House,
Barry's orchestra furnishing the music.
The proceeds will be used to advertise
Newport and everybody is invited to
come and help swell the fund,
At the regular meeting of Newport
Lodge, No. 144; A. V. & A. M., held at
its hall last Thursday evening the fol
lowing officers were elected for the en
suing year: W. M., Sidney W. Rogers;
S. W T ., A. W. MeMorran; J. W., H. A.
Noyes; treasurer, John Mclnnis, Jr.;
secretary, A. K. Tieid.
Dick Russell and W. C. Dunlap were
at Spokane Christmas day to see the
football game between St. Louis and
Washington |State College. Wash
ington came out victorious by a score of
11 to 0. St. Louis had defeated all the
teams of that part of the middle west
and the victory is considered great work
for Washington.
Mrs. A. W. Westfall, who for some
time past has been at St. Luke's hospi
tal in Spokane, where she had her feot
amputated as a result of a gunshot
wound received a few weeks ago, re
turned to this city Tuesday, accomp
anied by her husband. She will remain
in Newport for a while before returning
to her ranch home down the river.
NORTON'S ADDITION
For strictly fresh eggs call on J. C.
G rover. 31-2
Mark Shelley came over from Camden
Monday.
Irving Martin, of Locke, came up from
the lower river last Sunday.
Mrs. A. S. Lannean, of Metaline, was
in the city Tuesday on her way to Spo
kane.
Mrs. R. Coley, of Cusick, was among
river people who visited in Newport last
Saturday.
G A. Vawter has the second story of
his new building completed, and will
rent it for lodge purposes.
Dr. Mann, of the local dental firm of
Mann & Hughes, was visiting in Spo
kane for a few days last week.
FOR SALE—Tamarack or fir wood
$4.50 cord, delivered; special prices on
10 or more cords. J. Kreiger, Box 164,
Tel. 41. ■ 12-19tf
'TOR SALE—High grade piano; terms,
part cash down, balance ninety days;
can be seen at Miller's furniture store.
George H. Bobier. 29-5
Mr. and Mrs. Ira Isham, of Milan,
were visiting friends in Newport Tues
day. In the evening they attended the
dance in Kelly's hall.
Steve Harris, the Washington avenue
blacksmith, left for his home in Cheney
Tuesday morning. He will spend the
holidays visiting with his family.
M. P. McCormack, a mining man ot
Seattle, passed through this city Mon
day en route to the Metalines, where he
is interested in some mining properties.
The D. & K. Company is having un
loaded two carloads of Montana hay,-,
which is being barged to Dalkena for the
company's use in their logging camp.
James Fleming, the well known civil
engineer, returned from the lower river
country Saturday, where he has been on
a hunting trip for the past ten days.
Chewelah is excited over the prospect
of getting a smelter. The cooper pro
duction of Western Stevens county is
growing so that a smelter will soon be a
paying proposition.
Secretary Lusher, of the school board,
has received notice that the local school
district No. 115 receives $290.29 as its
share of the last quarterly apportion
ment of the state school money.
I have 'taken up one 3 or 4-year-old
roan steer, branded B B or double 8.
The same can be had by paying charges.
Apply V. V. Brown, Conquest Landing
32-4
The Metaline made a special trip to
Cu9ick Tuesday morning, taking to that
place members of theS. B. Smith family,
who are here from various places to
join in a family reunion.
Mrs. J. T. Gibbs, of Coeur d'Alene,
spent Sunday with her husband, local
agent of the Idaho & Washington North
ern Railway. They expect to make
their home in this city soon.
Jean P. Kirkpatrick, the printer,
arrived in Newport Tuesday morning
from Mountain Home, Idaho, where he
is employed on a newspaper. He will
spend the holidays visiting with his
brother, Prof. Carl Kirkpatrick.
Wm. H. Martin, of the Fidelity Lum
ber Co., accompanied by his family, ha 9
gone to Aberdeen, Wash., for a two
weeks' visit with relatives. Mr. Martin
anticipates a very pleasant time, as he
will meet brothers and sisters that he
has not seen in several years.
Operator Harry Wray, of the Great
Northern, left Tuesday night for St.
Paul, where he will spend several weeks
serving on the executive committee of
the Order of Railway Telegraphers. Ed
Kicheniaster is night operator during
Mr. Wray's absence.
One of the new plays produced this
year, "As Told in the Hills," is one of
the few that have been booked for ap
pearance here that will be seen with the
original cast The engagement is for nnu
night, Tuesday, Dec. 81. when the play
will be seen at the Newport Opera
House.
A team of horses belonging to James
Hamilton, a lower river rancher, while
returning to this city Monday from
Chance, Idaho, became frightened at
some object in the road and ran away.
Mr. Hamilton was thrown from the
vehicle and sustained slight injuries
about the head and shoulders. The
team were caught a short distance away
by a neighboring rancher. •
Jack Crickmore received a very valu
able hunting dog as a Christmas present
from friends in the east. Jack 19 very
proud of his new possession and the dog
will form a very valuable adjunct to his
hunting trips during the present winter.
Jack has an enviable reputation in this
part of the country as a sportsman, his
game bag being generally loaded on his
return from his periodical hunting trips.
A. E. Torrelle, the well known capit
alist of Spokane, spent Monday and
Tuesday in this city, Mr. Torrelle was
one of the first settlers of Newport, and
as such was identified with several im
portant moves in the city's early his
tory. In company with Banker G. R.
Thomas he financed and helped build
the present water system here. While
in this city Tuesday Mr. Torrelle was a
visitor at The Miner office, and in con
versation said he noticed the rapid
growth of the town during the past two
years and predicted a great future for
Newport. After - greeting several old
time acquaintances he left for Spokane,
where, as a capitalist, he is identified
with several important business con
cerns, being owner of the Princess rink
in that city.
M. R. Young, of Locke, was in New
port Monday.
Now is a good time to send in your
subscription to the Newport Miner.
S. B. Smith, proprietor of the Com
mercial Hotel at Cusick, was transacting
i business in this city Tuesday morning.
Ed Amsbaugh and wife, of Coeur d'
Alene, arrived Tuesday morning for a
visit over Christmas with home folks at
Newport.
The new Chewelah light plant, which
is owned by the town, will adopt the
meter system. Rates will range from
13 to 8 cents per killowatt, according to
the amount month.
Harvey McCullongh and Nic Alger, of
the Parker Mountain mine, are in the
city to spend the holidays. .They report
excellent progress and prospects at the
urine and work will be continued all
winter. *
The river fleet now boasts of an iron
clad, the Newport having been prepared
for. the winter season. Her bow has
been incased with an iron covering a
quarter of an inch in thickness for the
purpose of breaking the ice in the river.,
should ice form this season.
J. W. Cusick was in town Monday
buying Christinas presents for the kids
at Cusick, which were handed out at a
big Christinas tree celebration in that
yiltage Tuesday night. Joe was dele
gated to do the shopping and found it a
harder job than he anticipated.
Gerald Eamon, the young man from
Albeni Falls, who was recently brought
to Newport suffering from typhoid fever
and resultant complications, has been
the recipient of many kindnesses and
Christmas gifts, which are greatly ap
preciated by the young man and his
parents. Remeu brances or~those who
are sick and in trouble show that the
'milk of human kindness has not ceased
to flow, however engrossed people be
come in the affairs of the world.
Tiger Talk.
Tiger, Wash., Dec. 2?, 1907.
H. L. Russel, locating engineer, and
H. L. Gifford, assistant engineer of the
Idaho *& Washington Northern R. R.,
have been spending several days in
Tiger in the interest of their company.
While here they made their headquar
ters at the Yoder cottage.
Rev. Thomas May and are at
Spokane ©n business this week. They
will visit Kellogg friends before return
ing home.
Chas. Moffett and wife have gone to
Kellotjg, Idaho, to spend the holidays
with their daughter. They will visit
friends in Spokane on their return
home.
Mrs. Omstead returned home from
Spokane a few days ago, where she ha 9
been visiting for several weeks with her
brother's family.
Miss flattie Norman was taken to
St. Luke's hospital, S|iokane, last week.
She was accompanied by Dr. Hiett and
Mrs. Stearns. Miss Norman has been
ailing for some time.
William Strickland is in Spokane on
business.
Miss Rose Moffett has gone to Kellogg,
Idaho, to eat Christmas dinner and visit
her sister and friends.
C. Buisman ia going to Spokane to
morrow to prove up on his timber claim
west of Tiger.
Henry Brown has gone out for the
winter and can be seen at Hillyard,
Wash.
Mrs. F. E. Braddock returned from
Spokane, where she had been in attend
ance upon her daughter, Mrs. Westfatl,
for several weeks.
The Yoder cottage has been liberally
patronized for several weeks. Every
available space has been occupied by
guests day and night.
J. W. Wooding was at Metaline one
day this week on business.
Win. McKinnon and F. W.
cruisers, are guests at the Yoder cottage.
How about Mrs. Plumpit Perkins? Is
she selecting supplies at Newport-3'et?
Geo. Tiger made a business trip to
Spokane today.
Nels Hanson is at Metaline on busi
ness.
Lund Hardware <<k
The pioneer hardware house of Newport is still at its old st md,
corner of Fourth street and Railroad avenue. We have just received
a carload of common and good sense bobs; also the Marlenette and
McClaren sleighs, which we sell at Spokane prices and save you the
cost of freight. , • ,
Double Bitted Axes at 75c, $1.00 and $1.25- tested Steel
Chain at 15c per lb All sizes, of B. B. and B. B. B. Chain, also
Lund's Special. Atkins and Simond Saws on hand.
We still have a good assortment of all kinds of Heating Stoves
which we are selling at way down prices.
yours for business
Lund Hardware Co.
Sunday School Workers to Meet Here.
A number of Sunday school workers
from Spokane and other places will be
in attendance at the Sunday school con
vention Saturday and Sunday. Inter
esting speakers and authorities on Sab
bath school management and teaching
are to take part in the program.
The visitors 4ire expected to arrive on
the 11 o'clock boat and the 12:32 p. in.
train, and the first session of the con
vention will open at 2 o'clock in the
afternoon. Other sessions will be held
at 7:30 Saturday evening, 11 o'clock
Sunday morning, 2:30 in the afternoon
and 6:30 Sunday evening. Some of the
especially interesting features will be
the addre=ses by Chas. J. Bonpell, gen
eral secretary of the International Sun
day School Association in Eastern Wash
ington and Northern Idaho; talks by
Miss Lillian Robertson, of Spokane, and
Miss Daisy Hard, county superintendent
of public schools.
This is the first Sunday school con
vention ever held in Newport, ant» it is
expected that it will call forth much
interest from church going people. The
meetings are to be held in the Methodist
church, but the convention is truly in
terdenominational, having been ar
ranged for by a committee composed of
the pastors and Sunday school workers
of tae M. E.. Baptist and Congrega
tional churches. The public will be
welcome a* all of the sessions of the
•convention. The pro ram is as follows:
SATURDAY AFTERNOON.
2:00 Devotional Service. Rev. Motor.
2:20 Address of Welcome. Wm. Porter.
Response.
2:30 Reports of Delegates.
2:40 The Object of County and District Organ
ization. Miss Daisy Hard.
2:55 Superintending a Sunday School. Gen
eral Secretary.
3:40 Commit tees and Business.
SATURDAY EVENING'.
7:30 Song and Praise Service. Rev. C. R.
Waite.
7:50 The Sunday School Teacher.
Paper. Edward Grover.
Discussion.
8:05 Beginners.
Paper. Mrs. Win. Porter.
Questions and Answers.
8:20 My Class. Miss Lillian Robertson.
8:3o What the Sunday School Stands For.
General Secretary.
SUNDAY MORNING.
11:00 Address: The Spiritual Aim of the Sunday
School. Rev. (-has. J v Boppell.
2:30 Devotional Services. Edward Williams.
2:40 Bts and Misfits. Miss Lillian Robertson.
2:55 The Pend d'Oreille Valley; Its Needs and
Possibilities. Miss Youngreen.
Discussion.
3:15 Paper: How to Keep Our Bovs. Miss
Daisy Hard.
3:3u Decision Dav. Mr. Buck.
8:40 Business.
SUNDAY EVENING.
0:30 Union Young People's Meeting. Mrs.
Halforrt, Leader.
7:30 Song and Praise Service.
8:00 Address: The Dutv of Parents to the
Bunday School. Rev. G. R. Waite.
8:30 Address: The Great ness of Suuday School
Work. Chas. J. Boppel.
A Delayed Letter.
Newport, Idaho, Dec. 23, 1907.
Dear Santa Claus —
We are a nice bunch of people over
here and we don't want very much, but
we do little very bad. We
have been awfully good lately and have
built a nice sidewalk from thcsteamboat
docks to the state line, so that we might
get over to the new town and do our
trading. Now there is an awful bad
piece cf ground from the end of our walk
to the walk on Washington avenue, and
we wish that you would put enough
lumber in the new town sock 9 to build
that walk. Be sure and bring it Christ
mas, so that we may have it right quick.
Leave it with Mr. Harris, of the Com
mercial Clnb. Old Town Kids.
Notice o! Dissolution o! Partnership
The partnership heretofore existing
between Hany Saddler and E. O. Clark,
as the firm of "Clark & Saddler", has
this day been dissolved. —,
The undersigned will not be respons
ible for any bills or obligations con
tracted for by E. O. Clark, or in the
name of "Clark & Saddler" or '"Saddler
& Clark" from and after this date.
All persons having claims against
Harry Saddier and E. O. Clark, as
"Saddler & ("lark," are hereby request
ed and notified to present same for
settlement at once.
Dated, Newport, Washington, Decem
ber, 12,1907.
31-3 -Harry Saddler.
Victor Pierson was among Priest
River people transacting business in this
city last Saturday.
Advertising Newport
This ofhce is in receipt of a copy of
the Harrietta, Mich., Herald, which
contains the following, which shows how
our town is being advertised by the
Miner's special edition:
"We are indebted to Al Warner, for
merly of this village, but now located at '
Newport, Washington, for a copy of the
Christmas edition of the Newport Miner.
It is a fourteen-page edition, with col
ored covers, and contains an extensive
write-up of the town and country, ac
companied hy cuts showing the big river,
logging scene and mill scene. The paper
is a bright, newsy one and gives the
population of Newport as 8000. We
also received a lengthy letter from Mr.
Warner, giving much information re
garding the country."
NOTICE.
Beginning Jan. 1, 1908, the harber
shops of Newport will be closed every
evening except Saturday at 8 p. m.
Azel McCordy,
GtiORGE NEPF,
Frep Phillips.
F S. Thomas, of Spirit Lake, was in
this city Tuesday.
Will Gpulter is home from the Wash
ington State College, at Pullman, for the
Christmas holidays.
OPERA HOUSE
Tuesday,
Dec. 31
W. F. Mann presents
That Realisic Indian
Drama
As Told
in the Hills
GREAT CAST
Seasons
By far the best dramatic
production of today.
Everything New
Specialties
Scenery
Electric Effects
Costumes
PRICES 50c, 75c, $1
Home Cooking and Baking at the
Home Restaurant
Next Door to Sew Miner Office
STEVE HARRIS
Blacksmith.
Horse Shoeing Wagon Making
OPPOSITE MINER OFFICE
BOARD AND ROOM
$5.50 PER WEEK
AT
THE BANQUET RESTAURANT
Chicken Dinner Every Sunday

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