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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 27 October 1910

ttbe ftewport miner Thursday, Oct. 27, 1910. FEED L. WOLF. Editor and PublUtaer. Entered in the poitofllce at Newport. Wah, anton aasecond class mail matter. BUBBCEIFTIOK PRICE 11.50 BACH YEAR Cusick The population of Cusick is con siderably on the increase, four new families having moved into town lately and we now have over 30 pupils enrolled in our school. The work on the M. A. Phelps Lumber Co.'s spur is being pushed as rapidly as possible. Already four cars of merchandise and ma chinery have been unloaded for the company. The company store is practically fully stocked and is taking care of the trade 98 fast as possible. Construction work on the new mill is being rapidly pushed and quite a number of men are at work on it. Gus Shoemaker, our hustling liveryman,, is busy doing the work in town and hauling freight and winter supplies out on the Chewe lah trail. John Lamb and Mrs. Irma Mil ler were married in Spokane last week, and will occupy the new house lately built by Wike Bros...

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. — 27 October 1910

When in doubt do your business with the Security State Bank Of Newport, Washington "THE TEOTLES 9 4l Interest Paid On Time Deposits Agents for 25 of the largest fire insurance companies in the world. Owned and Controlled by Local Capital CI be IRewport Uttiner Thursday, Oct. 27, 1910. FRED L. WOLF. Editor and Publisher. Kntered in the postoffice at Newport, Wash, ugton as second class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE >1.60 EACH YEAR JUST AMONG OURSELVES Large assortment Hallowe'en post cards at Harris drug store. Frank D. Crandall for watches; all sizes; all kinds; prices right. J. H. Pressnell, of Blanchard, was a business visitor in Newport Tuesday. Cordwood taken at the highest market price in exchange tor merchandise. C. A. Sherman & Co. Jacob Martin has been quite sick the past ten days. Reports to-day are to the effect that he is somewhat better. A cement chimney with air space. Impossible to heat through. Pnt them up yourself. C. F. Craig. A. L. Ries is erecting a small...

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. — 27 October 1910

HER COMPANY. A Passion For Mirrors Brings a Girl Good Luck. By MACK CLARE. [Copyright, 1610, by American Press Asso ciation.] The great square house sat desolate fry back in the midst of the neglected grounds and spoke eloquently of the decay that had fallen upon the Wayne foi tunes. Within the house Miss Althea moved silently, a lonely figure, the last of the Waynes. Iler meager income sufficed to pay the taxes on the house and to fui nish her with modest clothing and plain food. Gossip said the cellars of the Wayne house were still stocked wi h toothsome pickles and preserves that were a legacy from the better days of the family. The wine bins in the coolest corner showed racks of dusty, cobwebbed bottles, any one of which would have brought its price for rarity and age had Althea desired to dispose of her heritage. The visitors who occasionally came to I he Wayne house and left their cards in the silver dish on the hall table saw merely the small, stitfly furnished re ception roo...

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. — 27 October 1910

OBJECTION RAISED TO ROOSEVELT SPEAKING Invitation to Address Cornell Students Protested by Dem ocrats in Faculty. New York. —Some idea of the bit terness of the political fight in this state may be gained from the fact that a tentative invitation to Colonel Roosevelt to address the students at Cornell University at Ithaca Monday aroused protest among the Democratic members of the board of trustees and faculty of that university. The invitation was extended by Dr. Andrew D. White, ex-Ambassador to Germany and first president of Cor nell. When it was announced that the Colonel would visit Ithaca on his tour of the abandoned farm region, Dr. White conceived the idea of having him speak to the students. Demo crats on the board of trustees and the faculty immediately protested. They were joined if not originally inspired, by the members of the Dem ocratic county central committee. The Democrats of the Congressional District are making a hard fight to de feat Representative Dwight, Republ...

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. — 27 October 1910

Houses Wired LESS THAN COST To Those Now on Our Existing Lines Use Electric Light, Cut Out Kerosene ( THIS OFFER FOR 30 DAYS ONLY! Beginning November Ist, 1910 Proposition A Five (5) drop cords installed complete with wiring and three ornamental glass shades. Cost $ 10.95 EXTRA A One wall switch installed on any of the above lights, 75c Additional You have the choice of the two above rock bottom propositions which are absolutely net to you. WE PAY THE CONTRACTOR'S PROFIT Our arrangements with the local contractors insures a first class, safe job. We do this because you are not our customer and we want you Northern Idaho & Montana Power Co. Phone 136 Call Our New Business Man AT Proposition B Six (6) drop cords installed complete with wiring and three arnamental glass shades. Cost $ I 2.40 EXTRA B One two light brass fixture complete with ortamental glass shades $4.00 Additional

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. — 3 November 1910

VOLUME X LEGISLATIVE TICKET STRONG Republican Nominees Represent Both Sides of County. East Side Has An Opportunity. The Republican voters of Stevens i Ymnty should not overlook the fact that 11 they wish the expressed will of the primary election to be carried out, they must vote solid for the senator and the two representatives, for the Democratic nominees for these offices are pledged -olid to vote for Geo. Cottrell, the dem ocratic nominee for United States Sena tor, as they state fully in their newspa per articles and also the circular they ;ire sending out over the county. Don't lone sight of this fact. The Republican party of this county stands for direct legislation or rather the Initiative-Referendum and Recall, :ilso they are for State Investigation and our republican senator and repre sentatives in the last legislature were instrumental in having passed the law creating the State Bureau of Inspection and Supervision of Public offices and tliis bureau is now checking up th...

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. — 3 November 1910

T. J. KELLY'S BARGAINS One sack flour $1.45 One barrel flodr 5.75 One sack cane sugar 6.60 One sack beet sugar 6.40 100 pounds new potatoes 1.75 12 pounds new potatoes 25 1 pound Mocha & Java coffee 35 1 pound best package coffee 25 1 pound bulk coffee.. 20 5 pounds bulk coffee 95 5 pounds Arbuckles coffee 95 6 pounds green coffee 1.00 1 pound Japan tea 45 1 pound Gunpowder tea 45 1 pound E. B. tea (Gaits) 50 1 bottle ammonia 10 4 bottles ammonia 25 One bottle bluing 10 Four bottles bluing 25 One box bluing 05 One pound Crescent baking powder.. .25 Three pounds Crescent baking pwd. . .70 Five pounds Crescent baking pwd... 1.00 One pound Prices (16oz) B. powder.. .50 25 ounces K. C. baking powder 25 50 ounces K. C. baking powder 50 SO ounces K. C. baking powder 80 Two cans cream tartar ». . . .25 Two ounces lemon extract 20 Two ounces vanilla extract 20 One quart vanilla extract 1.75 One quart lemon extract 1.75 One package hops.... 10 One package sage 05 One bottle sewing machin...

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. — 3 November 1910

ENGLISHMAN WINS AERO SPEED TROPHY Grahamme-White Makes Record Time and Captures the Bennett Cup. New York —Claude Grahame-White, flying for the Royal Aero Club of the Suited Kingdom, lifted the Gordon Dennett international speed trophy Horn the custody of America in the fastest time ever covered in the full distance of 100 kilometers (64.14 miles) around a five-kilometer course. His average speed was a fraction better than 01 miles an hour, tand his fastest lap was 2 minutes 55.77 sec onds, but the captain of the French team, Alfred Leßlanc, flying in a sim ilar machine, a 100-horsepower Bler iot monoplane, was making each lap on an average of 20 seconds faster than Grahame-White, and would have JAMES GORDON BENNETT CUP. won the cup if he had not met with a disastrous accident in his last lap when he had the race seemingly well in hand. Leßlanc's first lap was a new world record in itself for five kilometers—2 minutes 45.63 seconds —but he subse quently exceeded it with a lap done i...

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. — 3 November 1910

School Notes The Commercial Club has announced that its coming jubilee entertainment would be here on Nov. 11, the same evening a 9 the debate between our high 'school and that of Colville, so the school board has decided to run the debate and the entertainment as a double attraction in the hall and postpone the girls' bas ketball game until Saturday night if the Colville people are willing. The debat ing team went to Spokane library Sun day and hunted up all the available ma terial on the subject of the income tax. Most of the speeches are written and work on the rebuttal is under way. A scare from the fifth grade in the shape of a case of tonsilitis occurred the tir3t of the week. The doctor says that there are quite a number of cases in town. A closing of school is to be feared as occurred last year. The high school boys met Tuesday and Wednesday evenings alter school to talk over plans for a basketball team. No dates for practice were seriously consid ered, owing to the fact tha...

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. — 3 November 1910

When in doubt do your business with the Security State Bank "THE PEOPLES' "BA/fK." 4°| o Interest Paid On Time Deposits Agents for 25 of the largest lire insurance companies in the world. Owned and Controlled by Local Capital Jibe IRewport HWirier Thursday, Nov. 3, 1910. FRED L. WOLF. Editor and Publisher. Entered in the postoffice at Newport. Wash. iißton as second class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE *1.50 EACH YEAR JUST AMONG OURSELVES Election Day, Tuesday, Nov, 8. See the new line of art leather goods at Harris Drug Store. Frank D. Crandall for watches; all sizes; all kinds; prices right. H. J. Anderson and wife, of Spokane, have been guests of the Craigs the past week. Election next Tuesday. Every voter should get out and exercise his right of franchise. Cord wood taken at the highest market price in exchange tor merchandise. C. A. Sherman & Co. The Moeser planer is working this week getting out stock for ttieir new vard at Metaline Falls. A cement chimney with air apace....

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. — 3 November 1910

Commissioners' Proceedings Oct. S, 1910.—The board of county commis sioners met in regular session. Commission ers Bryant and Beggs present. Acting upon the petition of J P Chandler et al, there is hereby ceated a voting precinct to be known as Laurier precinct, the boundaries of whicn are as follows: Commencing at the the northwest corner of Stevens countv. thence southerly along the Kettle rivei to its intersec tion with the section line between Sees 14 and 28 in Twp 40, R 36; thence east to the sw corner Sec 18, Twp 40, K 37; thence south to the sw corner Sec 19; thence east to the se corner of Sec 36, Twp 40, R 36; thence north to the inter national boundary to the place of beginning. The school in school district No. 133 is desig nated as the voting place in said precinct. The boundaries of Spring Vallev precinct are hereby changed so as to include in said pre cinct that portion of the Spokane Indian reser vation embraced in Twps 28 and 29. R 35, Twps 28 and 29, R 36, Twps 28 a...

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. — 3 November 1910

Stevens County Republican Ticket For State Senator— A.W. ANDERSON. For State Representative— HENRY R. SPEDDEN, S J. APPLEMAN., For County Clerk— W. LON JOHNSON. For Prosecuting Attorney— HOWARD W. STULL. For County Treasurer—] BLISS PHILLIPS. For County Auditor— L. E. JESSEPH. For Sheriff— WM. MILLER. For County Assessor— JAMES ALGIE. For County Engineer— C. A. HEBERLING. For Superintendent of Schools— LOUIS J. BOWLER. For Coroner— H. M. WEST. For Commissioner, First District— FRANK FERGUSON. For Commissioner, Second District— \V. W PALMER. The above are the oandidates pre sented by the Republican party to the voters of Stevens countv for their con sideration %n next Tuesday. Nov. 8. The first three named, Anderson'j Spedden and Appleraan, compose the legislative ticket and represent in point of residence the whole county. The east and west sides of the countv are a unit this year, and these candidates are as just a representation for the two parts as it is possible to get, and ever...

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. — 3 November 1910

Snow on the Mountains is a warning that cold weather approaches and the snow line Winter Suits and Overcoats for Men and Boys Wearing Apparel for Loggers from head to foot McCall Patterns for Dec. now ready C. A. Sherman & <<k Washington Everything that Ladies Gentlemen and Children Wear Was Louis J. Bowler Exonerated? [advertising] In answer to the claims repeatedly made through the local papers and the Spokesman-Review, by Mr. Bowler, candidate for Superintendent of Schools of Stevens county, that he was entirely exonerated at the recent hearing by the State Superintendent, it is due to the voters of the countv, before they cast their ballot for the important office of County Superintendent of Schools, to know just what the decision was as ren dered by Henry Dewev, Supt, of Public Instruction after hearing the charges against Mr. Bowler. The complete text of this decision follows: PRELIMINARY STATEMENT On October 5,1910, a complaint was filed bv Miss Daisy L. Hard, Count...

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. — 10 November 1910

VOLUME X HEffPORT VOTED El LICENSE Majority of 22 Shows Reversal of Sentiment. Local Vote on County Ticket. Klection day passed off very quietly in Newport. Some quiet work was done an effort was made to get out the votes, but there was no attendant ex citement. Considering the unfavorable weather a good proportion of the vote was cast. .Most every one was surprised at the complete reversal of the town on the ,|iiestion of licensing the sale of liquor within the incorporated limits. Little over a year ago, on Sept. 8, 1909, the town by a majority of 16 abolished the naloon. On Tuesday the wets proved in the majoiity, the vote on the proposal being 112 to 90. Up to the time of be ginning the count there were but few who would have believed this possible, even the most sanguine of the wets feel ihg that the day was lost to them. It is very evident that the silent voter, whose attitude on the matter could not be de termined, was present in large numbers, as the result was entirely diff...

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. — 10 November 1910

T. J. KELLY'S BARGAINS One sack flour $1.45 One barrel flour 5.75 One sack cane sugar 6.25 One sack beet sugar 6.05 100 pounds new potatoes 1.75 12 pounds new potatoes 25 1 pound Mocha & Java coffee 35 1 pound best package coffee 25 1 pound bulk coffee 20 5 pounds bulk coffee 95 5 pounds Arbuckles coffee 95 G pounds green coffee 1.00 1 pound Japan tea 45 1 pound Gunpowder tea 45 1 pound E. B. tea (Gaits) 50 1 bottle ammonia 10 4 bottles ammonia 25 One bottle bluing 10 Four bottles bluing 25 One box bluing 05 One pound Crescent baking powder.. .25 Three pounds Crescent baking pwd.. .70 Five pounds Crescent baking pwd... 1.00 One pound Prices (16oz) B. powder.. .50 25 ounces K. C. baking powder 25 50 ounces K. C. baking powder 50 80 ounces K. C. baking powder 80 Two cans cream tartar 25 Two ounces lemon extract 20 Two ounces vanilla extract 20 One quart vanilla extract 1.75 One quart lemon extract 1.75 One package hops 10 One package sage 05 One bottle sewing machine oil 10 One po...

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. — 10 November 1910

TWO TRAINS COLLIDE ON GREAT NORTHERN Eight Killed and Four Injured When Fast Freight Trains Collide. Spokane. —Eight are known to bo dead and four known to be more or less seriously injured as a result of one of the most disastrous freight wrecks in the history of the Great Northern Railroad, near Chattaroy, Wash., early Sunday morning. The wreck was the result of a head-on collision around a sharp curve in a deep cut, fairly at the bottom of two steep grades. Two heavily loaded trains runing at an exceptional rate of speed combined almost every con dition possible to make the impact so disastrous. Train No. 451, running on its reg ular schedule, westbound, collided with the "apple extra," eastbound, running on a fast schedule of five hours between Hillyard, Wash., and Troy, Mont. Train No. 451 was load ed with paints, oils, some furniture and some livestock, much of it ex tremely inflammable material and considerably lighter than the apple extra, which carried, besides fruit, heavy...

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. — 10 November 1910

School Notes The debating team has been working hard all week at learning their debates and practicing in rebuttal. Some of the ministers met them for a practice de bate Wednesday evening. The Colville debating team and the girls' basketball team will probably arrive Friday after noon on the Burlington train and stay until Sunday morning. Owing to physi cal disqualifications the basketball team is much weaker than usual, and the girls are "putting every effort forward to strengthe-n the line-up. The debaters arc in goocl spirits and will give a good account of themselves Friday night. Ed S. Appel, chairman of the school board, will act as chairman of the evening. This is the first chance the debaters have ever had in Newport to wrest the championship of Stevens county from the Colville high school, so a good crowd should come out to cheer the team and encourage them to win this debate, If the team wins its members will get a chance to debate one of the other win ning teams and give ...

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. — 10 November 1910

When in doubt do your business with the Security State Bank "THE TEOTLES' 4°|o Interest Paid On Time Deposits Agents for 25 of the largest fire insurance companies in the world. Owned and Controlled by Local Capital ilb e IRewport ITOmer Thursday, Nov. 10, 1910. FRED L. WOLF. Editor and Publisher. Entered in the postoffiee at Newport, Wash, ugton as second class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE #1.50 EACH YEAR JUST AMONG OURSELVES Good and common sense sleighs, also cutters, at Lund's. See the new line of art leather goods at Harris Drug Store. L. R.-Drewliner, of Seattle, is a guest of A. M. Harris today. Frank D. Crandall for watches; all sizes ; all kinds; prices right. Full line of the Del Monte goods. None better ever put up in cans. South Side Grocery. Cordwood taken at the highest market price in exchange tor merchandise. C. A. Sherman & Co. W. C. Adam and wife left Wednesday for Spokane where they will make their home the coming wintar. A cement chimney with air space. Im...

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. — 10 November 1910

Commissioners' Proceedings (Continued From Last Week.) Oct. 8. -The board met pursuant to adjourn ment. Commissioners Bryaht and Beggs pres ent. The following primary election bills were passed: W C Cusiek, judge LeCclerc, claimed $3, al lowed |3. F W Freeman, judge, claimed $3, allowed $3. P R Isaacs, inspct,claimed $1.50, allowed $4.50. S.A Hanson, inspt,claimed $B.6o,allowed $5.50. J H Mclntyre. judge, claimed $6, allowed $3. D 8 Anderson, judge, claimed $6, allowed $3. A V Mellott, judge, claimed $6, allowed $3. John B Renshaw, judge, claimed $6, allow $2. W L Morris, inspt and posting notices, claim ed |7 50, allowed $4. L C Hacker, hall rent, claimed $2, allowed $2. Byron Rouse, inspct,claimed $6.44,a110w $4.44. (J Honsinger, judge, claimed $4.so,tallowed $3. L A Culver, judge, claimed $4.50, allowed $3. G E Morgan, juage ana postage,claimed $4.90. allowed 3.40. G W Edwards, qualifying officers Stranger Creek, claimed 3s, rejected. M D Ettinger, judge, claimed $4 50, allow $3....

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. — 10 November 1910

DEMOCRATS WIN CONTROL OF HOUSE History Repeats and Party in Power is Defeated After Tariff Revision New York.—The people of the United States on Tuesday confided to the Democracy controloosi s the Nation al House of Representatives. They also placed the Democrats and Pro gressive Republicans in command in the United States Senate. The vot ers in the 42 doubtful districts decid ed the election. There are 891 Con gress districts under the present con stitutional districts under the pres ent constitutional apportionment, and a very conservative estimate gives the Democrats a majority of 25. If complete returns verify this estimate the next House will be made up of 208 Democrats and 183 Republicans, thus overturning the Republican ma jority of 43 in the present House. The Democrats will control the House for the first time since the 43d Congress. The passage by that Congress of the Wilson tariff law resulted in the restoration of the Re publicans to power. History Is Repeated. The Democ...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
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