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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 5 May 1910

A Home For 15 Cents a Day The above is only one of the several instances where persons have bought my lots on most reasonable terms and become independent of the rent man. Think what rent amounts to in a year's time. Experience has taught us that the man who pays rent realizes no after benefits from his money. The renter is getting poorer and the landlord richer, None of us want to work when we get old, we can avoid this if we plan right and look ahead now. The Secret of success does not always depend on what we can earn, but what we can save and invest wisely. He who depends on his daily wages never gets very far ahead unless he is saving and invests his money. Real estate is the safest and surest investment and brings the quickest returns. When you buy be sure that you get the best to be had for the least money and be sure that you deal with a reliable and responsible real estate agency. will please you because it is ideally located; because it is high and dry; because it is free ...

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. — 5 May 1910

Boys' and Young Men's Suits An additional shipment of Boys' and Young Men's suits have arrived and bring the assortment of garments up to the highest point. These suits have been selected with extreme care as to quality of material tailoring and above all as to style. These styles are all smart and attractive, but none of them are freakish, they are the sort of clothes boys and young men with good taste will like the minute they see them. The assortment is especially good. Prices: $2.50 to $15.00 Pretty Embroideries A line assortment of Swiss, Nainsooks, Edges and Insertions from 2 to 6 inches wide. Price 6ic to 20c Kid Gloves A shipment of Mason it Campbell's Kid, Silk and Cotton gloves in variety of shades just arrived. Special values in good quality Glazed Kid gloves at $1.25 Pure Linen SUITINGS It is not an ordinary linen finished suiting, but absolutely pure linen in blue and champagne 36 in wide at per ACp yard Tub Metaline Ed Palmer was in last week and sold his saloon buildi...

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. — 12 May 1910

The Newport Miner VOLUME IX WORM BUSINESS DEAL Union Securities Go. Buys Into First National Bank. Large Corporation Is Interested On Friday last a deal was consum mated by Daniel N. Twohy, president of the Old National Bank, of Spokane, whereby the Union Securities Co., of Spokane, secured an interest in the First National Bank of Newport. The pur chase of stock had been under consider tion for a week, during which J. D. Bas sett, president of the Union Securities Co., and representatives of the big institution, had looked over the affairs of the local bank. The Union Securities Co., prominent among whose stockholders are F. A. Blackwell, president of the I. & \V. N. and Panhandle Lumber Co., D. N. Twohy, president ot the Old National Bank, of Spokane; T. J. Humbird, of the Humbird Lumber Co.; ex-Senator J. D. Bassett, ot Whitman county, and other prominent capitalists and business men of the Northwest, now control 25 banks of the Inland Empire. Its stock holders are men of lar...

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. — 12 May 1910

FIFTY REASONS * Why you should deal with Kelly 1 Because li« handles Gold Seal Rubbers. 2 " " '• Goodyear Rubbers. 3 " " " Beaver Hats. 4 " '• " Lakeside shirts. 5 " " " , Best Cashmere Hose, g " " " Saranac Gloves. 7 " l< " Best Horse hide Gloves. < g •' " " Chippewa Shoes. 9 " " " American Lady Shoes. 10 u " " American Gentleman Shoes. 11 " " '' Boys'and Girls' Security School Shoes. 12 " " " Boss of the Road Overalls 13 " " ■ " Best Dry Goods. 14 " " " Olympic Flour. 15 " " 11 Best Coal Oils. lg •' " " A. &. K. Pure Lard. 17 " u >l Best Soaps. 18 •• " " Pure Cider Vinegar. 19 " •' " Log Cabin Syrup. 1 20 " u " Tea Garden Syrup. , 21 " " " Other Syrups that are all f good. } 22 " " " The dried fruits. |23 " " The best fresh fruits. (24 " " " The best canned fruits. 49 Because prices are always right. 50 Because he has never entered into any illegal combination or any other combination against the people and in restraint of trade. Going After the Stumps Sand point, Ida...

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. — 12 May 1910

SLAYER OF HADBER6 TELLS STORY OF DEED John Klingenberg Admits Shoot ing Victim at Command of William Gobi. MONTESANO—Link by link the state is forging its chain, of evidence around William Gohl for the murder of Charles Hadberg, whom John Kling enberg killed on the morning of De cember 22 at Indian Creek, at th« command of William Gohl, under fear of death unless he carried out th« order. Taking the witness stand Klingenberg, star witness for the state and confessed murderer and accom plice of Gohl, related step by step the actions of him and Gohl during the fatal night and morning when John Hoffman and Charles Hadberg are al leged to have been slain. He told of the arriral at Hadberg's cabin on Indian Creek and the inci dents immediately preceding the shooting. When he came to his shoot ing of Hadberg at the alleged com mand of Gohl, his roice broke for the first time and tears, unquestion ably geunine, welled up In his eyes. His testimony made a decided impres sion. He did not see...

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. — 12 May 1910

NEW LIGHTING SYSTEM OH Newport Best Lighted Town In Northwest. Installed at the Cost of $5,000. Alter several months of delay caused by the non-arrival of parts of the equipment, Newport's street lighting nystem whs completed and turned on for the first time Tuesday evening. The system liaa been installed by the North ern Idaho Montana Power Co. at a cost of over $5000. The old street light ing system, pole«, wiring and all, has been discarded. The lights, as located by the town council, provide for illumination of all parts of the town. Eight arc lights of 2000 candle power each are used and 26 tungsten incandescents of 32-caudle power. The cost to the city is $6.25 per month for the arcs and $1.25 per month fur the incandescents, making a total monthly cost to the town of $82.50. The light system is on a separatecircuitfrom the business and residence lines and is not turned on until required. In Old Town the street lights are still connected with the/»ld system. The arc lights are...

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. — 12 May 1910

Security State Bank "THE PEOPLE'S BANK" Sbe Utewport miner Thursday, May 12, 1910. FRED L. WOLF, Editor and Publisher. Entered in the postoffiee at Newport, Wash, ngton as second class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE *1.50 EACH YEAR JUST AMONG OURSELVES The Fern, that's Bill's place. It pays to trade with Shrcve. Board and room $6 per week at the Hotel Idaho. 46tf FOR SALE —Good as new refrigerator. South Side Grocery. FOR RENT —The Huth house in Mar tin's addition. P. Nagle. Buy your watches, clocks and jewelry of Shreye and save money. WANTED —Bids on clearing 10 acres of land in Cedar Park. A. M. Harris. Baseball at Newport ball park Sunday, May 15. Priest River vs. Newport. What! Ten acres at the price of a village lot, on good terms. See McDon ald. Don't forget the illustrated lecture on Halley's comet at Kelly's Hall Saturday evening. Early Rose seed potatoes $1.25 per cwt. Home Grocery FOR SALE—Buff Orpington eggs; fine winter layers; $1 for 15, $6 for 100. Y. P. Brown. E. Hu...

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. — 12 May 1910

MRS. GEORGE HYNES INSTRUCTOR ON Piano and Organ Teacher of latest improved kindergarten methods, also private lessons for advanced pupils. MUSIC FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS. Studio at liome.Cor. Scott Ave., and sth St Now in the Time to Plan Yonr Vacation Trip Eastern Excursion Rates June 2-17-24 July 5-22 Aug. 3 Sept. 8 Circular Tours to the CANADIAN ROCKIES Bold I>:iily, June 1 to September 1 () PTJON AL ROUTIXGS Via Kootenay Lakes, through Cana dian Rockies, Glacier Lake Louise, the famous National Park, the Great Upper Lake route, through the Thou sand Islands, returning via anv direct line or through California. Write for detailed information. G. M. JACKSON GEO. A. WALTON Trav. Pass. Act. Gen- Act. Pass. De*t. 14 Wall St., Spokane R. E. ELLIS VETERINARY SURGEON OFFICE OPPOSITE ANTLER HOTEL PHONE 12 R. A. THAYER LAWYER COLVILLE. WASH. Watches Fobs Chains Scarf Pins Souvenir Spoons Rings A lar<*c assortment C RANDALL THE JEWELER Dr. J. L. ROGERS Pliysican and Surgeon Hrst. ...

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. — 12 May 1910

Waste in Catting Timber According to a report issued by the forest service, but one-third of each tree that is cut in the forest is utilized as lumber, two-thirds being absolute waste. This is true only in the sense that the material is used. It is not really waste in the economic sense. What waste in this connection means is that no methods have yet been developed through which it is commercially possible to utilize all of the timber in a tree. Methods of doing this are being daily developed,and waste is being gradually eliminated from this as it is from other industrial pursuits. As it is, the waste today is far less than it was formerly. There was a time when no mar ket could, be found for any Wash ington fir which contained a single knot. Everything which was cut at the mills and sold was what would today be classed as "strictly clear." Today it is probable that not more than 20 per cent of the output, of any mill is strictly clear. Much that was formerly unused is now utilized"...

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. — 12 May 1910

Boys' and Young Men's Suits An additional shipment of Boys' and Young Men's suits have arrived and bring the assortment of garments up to the highest point. These suits have been selected with extreme care as to quality ol material tailoring and above all as to style. These styles are all smart and attractive, but none of them arc freakish, they are the sort of clothes boys and 3 f oung men with good taste will like the minute they see them. The assortment is especially good. Prices: Pretty Embroideries A tine assortment of Swiss, Nainsooks, Edges and Insertions from 2 to 6 inches wide. Price to 20c Kid Gloves A shipment of Mason & Campbell's Kid, Silk and Cotton gloves in variety of shades just arrived. Special values in good quality Glazed Kid gloves at $1.25 Pure Linen SUITINGS It is not an ordinary linen ffnished suiting, but absolutely pure linen in blue and * champagne 36 in. wide at per 45c A. R. Kroll was a business visit or the first of the week. Mrs. James McAbee has r...

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. — 19 May 1910

VOLUME X CURFEW OtDINANCE ENFORCED Fire Limit Ordinance Will Be Strengthened. Routine Business of the Council The town council met in regular ses sion Tuesday evening. Considerable routine business was transacted. Clerk Britton was instructed to draw a warrant in favor of John Koch for $282.60, for amount of license refund due him at the time his saloon was put out of business by the local option election. He is to receive also interest from that date, and sufficient to make up the 10 per cent cash discount that bankers and others are exacting on city warrants at this time. Koch has refused to accept a warrant that will not go for par and has threatened to sue the town if pay ment is not made. Attention was called to the fact that a number of property owners in the dis tricts where street improvements were made last year have not laid sidewalks in compliance with the improvement ordinance. A resolution was adopted by the council granting ten days' time in which property owners can l...

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. — 19 May 1910

FIFTY REASONS Why you should deal with Kelly 1 Because he handles Gold Seal Rubbers. 2 " '• '• Goodyear Rubbers. 3 " " 44 BBearerv r er Hats. 4 44 '• " Lakeside shirts. 5 " 44 " Best Cashmere Hose. 6 4t 44 " Saranac Gloves. 7 " " " Best Horsehide Gloves. 8 •' " 44 Chippewa Shoes. 9 " " " American Lady Shoes. JO " " " American Gentleman Shoes. 11 " " " Boys'and Girls' Security School Shoes. 12 " " " Boss of the Road Overalls 13 " " " Best Dry Goods. 14 41 " <k Olympic Flour. 15 " 44 - i: Best Coal Oils. 16 *' " " A. &. K. Pure Lard. 17 44 " ,4 Best Soaps. 18 " 44 41 Pare Cider Vinegar. 19 41 ,4 " Log Cabin Syrup. 20 " '' " Tea Garden Syrup. 21 " " " Other Syrups that are all good. 22 " " " The best dried fruits. 23 4 ' " '' The best fresh fruits. 24 " " " The best canned fruits. 49 Because prices are always right. 50 Because he has never entered into any illegal combination or any other combination against the people and in restraint of trade. 7 Commissioners' Proceedings Colv...

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. — 19 May 1910

ITEMS OF INTEREST FROM OUR STATE Chronicle of Important Events of Interest to Washington Readers. Qohl to Make Appel. MONTESANO—That William Gohl, against whom a jury rendered a ver dict of guilty in the first degree of the murder of Charles Hadberg, will make a desperate fight before going to the gallows is evident from prepar ations of his attorneys, who will shortly file both a motion for new trial and notice of appeal. Gohl himself does not appear shak en by the verdict. Mrs. Gohl appears entirely heartbroken over the verdict. It is common knowledge that Juror Byng, of this city alone held out for acquittal or even second degree and that it was his stand which caused the request for "as much leniency as pos sible" to be tacked to the verdict. In view of this fact, it is generally be lieved that Judge Sheeks will sen tence Gohl to be hanged, knowing that the request for clemency comes in reality from one man. Land Sale Postponed. OLYMPIA—The proposeed sale of state capitol timber...

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. — 19 May 1910

ADDITIONAL LOCAL Tuesday is the last day.—Bill. If your watch is broken let Shreve tlx it. Local option election in Bonner coun ty Wednesday, May 25. You will never complain, for you will be contented with your lot if it is located in the Blackwell addition. Prunes, 4 lbs. for 25c; 25 lb. box $1.50. Home Grocery. Art Phillips, a carpenter, who has working in this section for some time, has gone to Deer Park to work. L. Kirchan left Monday for the Big Bend country, to look over the crop pros pects and buy beef for the local market. A ladies' boxing exhibit is advertised to be given at Kelly's Hall Saturday evening of this week. „ Several prelim inaries by local parties will also be put on. C. A. Sherman & Co. are advertising the Hollan Shoes for boys. Made by a factory that makes shoes for boys only and the best yet for boys' wear. G. A. Lawrence has repurchased the house on Third street which he sold last fall to E. B. 11. Remly, and it is report ed that he will return to Newpor...

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. — 19 May 1910

CREDIT- Paying your Bills by Check. Try it. Security State Bank "THE PEOPLE'S BANK" Newport, Wash. Che IRewport Winer Thursday, May 19, 1910. FRED L. WOLF, Editor and Publisher. Entered in the postoffice at Newport, Wash. QRton as second class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE *1.50 EACH YEAR JUST AMONG OURSELVES It pays to trade with Shrove. May 24 and then goodby, Bill. Ball game Sunday, Spirit Lake vs. Newport. Board and room $6 per week at the Hotel Idaho. 46tf Millinerv —swellest line in the city, at the Paris Store. FOR SALE —Good as new refrigerator. South Side Grocery. C. t. Craig made a trip to Spokane in his auto Saturday. Buy your watches, clocks and jewelry of Shreve and save money. WANTED—Bids on clearing 10 acres of land in Cedar Park. A. M. Harris. FOR SALE—Buff Orpington eggs; 6ne winter layers; $1 for 15, $6 for 100. V. P. Brown. You will never complain, for you will be contented with your lot if it is located in the Blackwell addition. C. M. Talmadge returned Tuesday...

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. — 19 May 1910

MRS. GEORGE HYNES INSTRUCTOR ON Piano and Organ Teacher uf latest improved kindergarten methods, also private lessons for advanced pupils. MUSIC FCHXIBIIED FOR ALL OCCASIONS. Studio at home, Cor. Scott Ave., and sth St VACATION TRIPS Around the Circle Tickets sold from all stations in the Inland Empire going via Spo kane, Macleod and Calgary, through the Canadian Rockies, touching Banff, Lake Louise, Field and Gla cier, returning via Vancouver, Vic toria, Seattle and Portland, or vice versa. $40S Tickets on sale daily. June 1 to September 1. Final limit October 31, Unlimited stopovers. ALSO SHORT TRIPS THROUGH THE KOOTENAY AND ARROW LAKES Write for literature and detailed information. G. M. JACKSON GEO. A. WALTON Truv Pass, Aot. Gen. Agt. Pass. Dept. 14 Wall St., Spokane R. E. ELLIS VETERINARY SURGEON OFFICE OPPOSITE ANTLER HOTEL PHONE 12 R. A. THAYER LAWYER COLVILLE. wash. Watches Fobs Chains Scarf Pins Souvenir Spoons Rings A large assortment CRANDALL THE JEWELER Dr. J. L. ROGERS ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 19 May 1910

ELECTION CAUSED STIR. C. N. Fom, Damooratio Con gressman From Massachusetts. WASHINGTON, D. C., NEWS The House committee on library has favorably reported the Humphrey bill authorizing the marking of the old Oregon trail, and authorizes an ap propriation of $25,000 as the Govern ment's contribution toward the cost of the undertaking. The bill is amended to permit the Secretary of War to re ceive contributions from any source to the fund. The Federal Government has taken steps looking to the negotiations of a trade treaty with Canada. It is offi cially announced that Secretary Knox has sent a communication to the Brit ish Ambassador here transmitting to the Canadian Government a formal proposal that tariff negotiations be instituted as soon as possible. The adoption by the Senate of a long and short haul amendment to the railroad bill will result, it is believed, in hastening the final vote on the measure and make easier the task of the conferees who will attempt to har monize the di...

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. — 19 May 1910

Dress Shoes for Men and Boys These shoes are made by a factory that makes nothing but Boys' Shoes. All Goodyear welts. We guarantee this shoe to give satisfaction or refund your money. Gome in and see them, they are something new and nobby. We also guarantee that this shoe will outwear two pairs of any ordinary cheap shoes. Packard Shoes for Men We have a complete line of Pack ard Shoes for Men. Prices: $4.2£> to $5.32 Ye Old Fashioned Entertainment Ye Old Fashioned Entertainment will be held at Kelly's Hall on Friday even ing, May 27, at 8 o'clock. Ye program follows: A LYSTE OF YE PLAYERS, SINGERS <t SPEAKERS. One Part. A Playing Piece By Ezra Hopkins, his darter, Sarle Ann <t Pri cilly Sweetbriar's gude man. "Auld Lang Syne" .By All Ye Audience ' Aunt Jerusha's Weddin' Day" . Tabitha Primrose "Revolutionary Tea" This will be sung by Prudence Hansom. "Wen l'a Begirs to Shave" By Parson Simpkin's Son, Hollerwell "Sound the Loud Timbrell" By Prieilly Sweetbriar, Humility Co...

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. — 26 May 1910

VOLUME X BONNES an WENT DRY Drys Got a Majority of About 350 Votes. Saloons Close On August 25th. Another big section ot the state of Idaho was brought under the domina tion of the dry forces Wednesday, when the voters of the county by a majority in the neighborhood of 350 decided to prohibit the sale of liquor in the county. For the past six weeks a fierce fight has been waged between the saloon and ant-saloon forces. Considerable sums of money have been spent by each side. The dries have been particularly active in waging the fight, and have had speakers in every town and precinct in the county. Sandpoint, which had generally been counted on for a large majority for the wets, gave them a majority of but 75, a large part of the wet vote having been counted from the district in which the saloons are located, the better resi dence districts giving dry majorities. The wets would undoubtedly have had a much larger yote in the city had it not been for disturbances on the streets while m...

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. — 26 May 1910

FIFTY K.EASONS Why you sholud deal wBhKcIIy 1 Because he handles Gold Seal Rubbers. 2 " '• '• Goodyear Rubbers. 3 " " " Beaver Hats. 4 «« '• " Lakeside shirts. g " " " Best Cashmere Hoae. g » " " Saranac Gloves. 7 " " " Best Horsehide Gloves. g •* " " Chippewa Shoes. 9 " " " American Lady Shoes. 10 " " " American Gentleman Shoes. 11 « « " Boys'and Girla'Security School Shoes. 12 " " " Boss of the Road Overalls 13 " " Best Dry Goods. 14 " " tl Olympic Flour. 15 " " " Best Coal Oils. 10 •» " " A. &. K. Pure Lard. 17 " « Best Soaps. 18 » " " Pare Cider Vinegar. 19 » ■' " Log Cabin Syrup. 20 " '' " Tea Garden Syrup. 21 " u " Other Syrups that are all good. 22 " " " The best dried fruits. 23 '• " " The'best fresh fruits. 24 " " " The best canned fruits. 49 Because prices are always right. 50 Because he has never entered into any illegal combination or any other combination against the people and in restraint of trade. Pepoon Found Guilty At 9:15 Thursday night the jury in the Pepoon ...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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