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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 10 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 Lowers from head to foot McCall Patterns for Dec. now ready C. A. Sherman & Washington Everything that Ladies Gentlemen and Children Wear How I Won By GROVER S.: GRIFFIN Copyright, 1910, by American Press Association. When I chose journalism for a pro- Cession I (lid so because I had literary tastes and a facility for writing. I Boon found that the principal ingredi ent in the success of a newspaper man, especially while on the lower rungs of the ladder, is getting ahead of the other fellows. I soon tired of the routine work of collecting news and was thinking of giving up journalism when something happened; in other words, my opportunity arrived. The president of the United States proposed to Kussia and Japan, who were then at war, to settle their dif ferences. A meeting was called be tween the representatives of the two nations to me...

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. — 17 November 1910

VOLUME X DIVISION SENTIMENT GROWS Last Side Is Large Enough and Strong Enough. Development Progressing Rapidly. Now that election is over and people have time for the discussion of other topics, the matter of the proposed divis ion of Stevens county, is again attract considerable attention. On the west side of the cour.ty it is generally under stood that there will be a movement for eyunty division come up at the next session of the legislature and there is al to a prevailing sentiment thatconditions are such that if the east side feels that it wants division and asks for it that it is entitled to it. At least that is the manner in which the sentiment is re ported. On the east side of the county there has been more or less county division talk daring tha past few months. Early this summer the lone Commer cial Club broached the subject and adopted a resolution favoring division and appointing a committee of the club to co-operate with other commercial clubs lor the purpose of working...

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. — 17 November 1910

T. J. KELLY'S BARGAINS ■1 _ «♦£» - - - - - - - " - 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 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 (l6oz) 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 25 Two ounces vanilla extract 25 One quart vanilla extract 1.75 One quart lemon extract 1.75 One package hops 10 One package sage 05 One bottle...

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. — 17 November 1910

LITTLE LOCAL LEGIS LATION BY CONGRESS Short Session Will Be Devoted to Measures of Present Administration. Washington.— Comparatively little local legislation for the Pacific North west will be considered at the ap proaching short session of Congress, in the brief three months from De cembei o to March 4, Congress will be obliged to pass all of the great supply bills that provide for running the government, and when to this necessary program are added a few important general measures that will be pressed by the administration, lit tle time will be available for purely local legislation for any part of the country. Therefore, most of the pend-. ing bills introduced by the Senators and Representatives from Oregon, Washington and Idaho will fall of enactment. As a matter of fact, there will be little more than two months of ac tive work in Congress this winter. Not much can be accomplished before the holiday recess, outside of the preparation by committees of the big bills that go on t...

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. — 17 November 1910

Municipal Election Next On Tuesday, Dec. 6, occurs the town election of Newport, at which time there will be chosen a mayor and three councilmen. The terms of Mayor Lutz, Councilmen Millard, Graupner and Lad wig expire Jan. 1. Lutz, Graupner and Ladwig are appointees to fill vacancies. As yet no tickets have been nomin ated to fill these offices. A caucus, to be known as the Business Men's caucus, is called to be held at the Town Hall Tuesday evening, Nov. 22, for the pur pose of nominating a ticket, and an in vitation is extended to all voters to be present and participate in the work of the caucus. Registration books closed the 16th, which precludes any possibility of the somen voting at this election, as the state canvassing board has not been able o get the returns of the vote on the imendment, and it is not officially known .-hat it has been carried. As soon as the utate board makes this return Gov. Hay .vill issue a proclamation announcing ihe result. First Number a Success Th...

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. — 17 November 1910

When in doubt do your business with the Security State Bank 44 THE TEOTLES' *BA/VK! 9 4°| o \ nterest Paid On Time Deposits \ -rents for 25 of the largest fire insurance companies in the world. Owned and Controlled by Local Capital Zhc IRcwport HTlincr Thursday, Nov. 10, 1910. FRED L. WOLF. Editor and Publisher Entered iu the postoffice at Newport. Wash, aprton as second class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE #1.50 EACH YEAR JUST AMONG OURSELVES Try one of those .$12.50 overcoats at Kelly's. The latest styles tally and place cards at P. 0. Store. Good and common sense sleighs, also cutters, at Lund's. Marshall Jenne had two jags up be fore the police court lhis week. Get your Thanksgiving fruit cake at the Model Bakery, 40c per lb. Make your selection of pierced brass at Harris' while the line is complete. There will be services at the Blanch ard school house on Sunday afternoon at 4:45. Full line of the Del Monte goods. None better ever put up in cans. South Side Grocery. Cord wood ...

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. — 17 November 1910

ITEMS OF INTEREST : FROM OUR STATE: I Chronicle of Important Events of Interest to Washington Readers. Commission Plan for Small Towns. | North Yakima —Senator-Elect Frank ' ? J. Allen of this city announces that, h i will introduce and work for a bill; * providing for the adoption of the commission form of government by c ties of less than 20,000 population; Mr. Allen says that the limit of pjpulation for the bill, the success of ■which he anticipates, will be as small' as he can make it, a population of. 5,000 being his goal. The measure Mill not be a substitute, but will pro vide for an entirely new charter, adapted to the needs of the smallest cities. i Mr. Allen is also at work preparing an amendment to the horticultural bill which will enable communities pro ducing valuable crops to tax accord ing to their production and to bene- 1 fit from the taxation. Eleven Sacks of Flour Cost $160. j Pullman —George Pan: and J. C.' Barclay, brakemen, employed by the Northern Pacific, who ...

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. — 17 November 1910

Commissioners' Proceedings (Continued From Last Week.) Oct. 13.—Board of county commissioners met pursuant to adjournment, All members of Oct. 12 read and approved. The lollpwing oills were allowed: I' 1* l'arks, stamps for sheriff $3 00 a K Baldwin. J P, state vs Roy, $2.75, rcjcctcd. U 1' Waite, dep sheriff, state vs Roy. $2 20, rejected. Hugh Brigham, wit state vs R0y,52.20, rejected. Tvler Folsom, wit state vs Rov, $2.20, rejecteu. Barman's, Inc. supplies for jail 1 00 Colville i'aint & I'aper Store, supplies poor farm and jail 2 60 T M Offitt, serv ior co eng 5 00 M K 1 lint,inspct election 4 50 ' state vs Hippie— E W Thwing, J P 3 00 K BGrowden, constable 2 20 Frank Day, wit 2 20 Mrs Pansy Mann, wit 2 20 K \v Thwing, J P 1 75 K BGrowden, constable 2 00 Frank Day, wit 2 20 Mrs Pansv Mann, wit 2 20 0 .lanes, J P, state vs Deering, city case, rejected. F C Janes, J P, state vs Wheeler, city case, rejected. State vs Hippie— M W Teep e, J P 2 70 i; BGrowden, constable *2 85 Fra...

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. — 17 November 1910

It's Time to Buy Them Now! Winter Goods In Great Profusion can be seen at our store. Every conceivable want in things to wear can be supplied here and everything Is of dependable value. 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 t Wear A Ring at The Doorbell By LOUISE IDA ROSS I Copyright, 1910, by American Press Association. Mr. and Mrs, Trevor were sitting one October evening before a blazing wood fire—they had not yet lighted the fur nace—and the room was aglow and redolent with the pleasant odor of burning wood. The children had been romping, Mr. Trevor carrying Bennie pigaback and Willie on all fours, but their mother had now taken them all, including the girls, up to bed, tucked them in, kissed them good night and had returned with her sewing, which she was doing by the big lamp on the rable, while Mr. Trevor read...

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. — 24 November 1910

VOLUME X WOULD MAKE GREAT COUNTY Proposed Division Includes Area of 1584 Square Miles. Vast and Varied Resources. The question of dividing Stevenscoun ty is causing considerable discussion, in view of the fact that it is very likely that ' a measure providing for such division will be presented to the state legislature at the comiDg session in 1911. The line of the proposed division runs j north and south along the mountain range separating the east and west sides of the county. It is approximately the dividing line between townships 41 and 42, with the exception that the line may be made to jog some in order to prevent placing any section on the opposite side of the range from that to which it natur ally belongs. In tne proposed new county there would be an area of approximated 44 townships, for townships wide and eleven long, or a total of about 1581 square miles. It includes practically every thing east of the line between townships 41 and 42, and from the north line of Spokane c...

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. — 24 November 1910

T. J. KFI.-LY'S BARGAINS One bci« k $1.45 One barrel flour 5.75 One sack cane sugar 6.25 One sack beet sugar 6-05 100 pounds new potatoes 1«50 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 05 1 pounds Arbuckles coffee 20 6 pounds green coffee 1.00 1 pound Japan tea 45 1 pound Gunpowder tea 50 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 25 Two ounces vanilla extract 25 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...

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. — 24 November 1910

ITEMS OF INTEREST FROM OUR STATE Chronicle of Important Events of Interest to Washington Readers. STATE WARDS PRODUCERS Olympia —More than $94,000 worth of produce was raised on the farms and gardens of the state institutions, according to preliminary reports cov ering the last two years made to the state board of control by the various superintendents. Tlus showing of the possibilities of using the labor of the inmates of state institutions on farms and gar dens with the intention of raising a iarge proportion of the food supplies and thus reducing maintenance cost is apt to bring about important recom mendations to the next legislature. The board will probably suggest the removal of the blind school from Van couver to some point, preferably be tween Tacoma and Seattle, or near some large city, when the blind can make frequent trips to the larger cities, where they can attend concerts and secure education along the only possible lines, that is, chiefly by hear ing. The Soldiers' Ho...

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. — 24 November 1910

Death of J. H. Mclntyre J. H. Mclntyre, of Ruby, Wash., died sov. 13 at Spokane. Mr. Mclntyre has lived near Ruby for the past seven years, he and his family having taken home steads in Stevens county. He was widely known and has hosts of friends who sympathize deeply with the grief stricken family. Mr. Mclntyre was born in York state in 1844, and had he lived until Jan. 13 would have been 6G vears old. He was taken sick seyen weeks ago with heart trouble, and tnree weeks ago last Sunday he was taken to Spokane, where he was given the best medical at tention, having had four of the best doctors in the city. His family was at his bedside all of the time. On Sunday morning at 7 o'clock he passed away. Funeral services were held at the Gil man undertaking parlors, Rev. William Fowler, a lifelong friend of Mr. Mcln tyre, officiating. The floral offerings were many and beautiful. Interment was at Fairmont. Mr. Mclntyre leaves a wife and five children. They are Mrs. Ada M.Burns, of Hamilt...

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. — 24 November 1910

When in doubt do your business with the Security State Bank Of Newport, Washington "THE TEOTLES' 2 A/iK." 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 ilbe IHewport Knitter Thursday, Kov. 24, 1910. FRED L. WOLF. Editor and Publisher. Entered in tlie postoffice at Newport. Wash, agton as second class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE *1.50 EACH YEAR JUST AMONG OURSELVES Classic Christmas presents at Shreve's. Try one of $12.50 overcoats at Kelly's. i Municipal election occurs on Tuesday, Dec. 6. Good and common sense sleighs, also cutters, at Lund's. Make your selection of pierced brass at Harris' while the line is complete. F. M. Smith and wife are spending several days this week in Spokane. Did you see those home dressed baby dolls at P. O. store. They are beauties. There are a few choice lots left in the Blackwell addition. Charles F. Craig, agent. Jos. Hankes, of Plattsmouth, Neb., is ...

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. — 24 November 1910

INSURGENTS LOSE IN GRANGE RATTLE Wives Arrayed Against Hus bands in Balloting on Fight for Control. Atlantic City, N. J. —The move by the insurgents for access to the books of the National Grange to secure evi dence of alleged reckless use of funds of the organization met deteat alter the debate, in whicn the hostile foices put forth their best speakers. Worthy Master Heime, of Michigan, presented the resolution, asking per mission to go over the records. Then speeches were made by Masters Spence, of Oregon; Kegiey, of Wasn ington; Hoyt, of South Dakota, and others. Wives, who according to the law 01 the Grange are given equal franchise with their husoands, in many cases voted in opposition to the men wnen the standpatters and insurgents fin ally lined up for the ballot. When the vote was counted the insurgents had met with deleat in their first move to wrest the control from the present administration. Go-operation in stores, life and fire insurance, marketing products, chiefly occ...

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. — 24 November 1910

* The ♦ Scrap Book He Wouldn't Repeat. "When Harry Lauder went to Lon don for the first time the stage reputa tion he had made in the provinces had not made much of an impression on the metropolis. With a shrewd sense of the va-ue of striking effects, Lauder decided he would arouse the London » ers to his pecul- rubbed his aching ing his turn in back. the wings, but when the little fellow urged him for ward for the grand entrance there was a balk, a buck, and Harry was inglo riously shot to the front of the stage over the horse's head, the animal peer ing after him with what might be termed an amused expression. Lau der slowly and painfully rose to his feet, while the gallery applauded and stamped and cried lustily: "Do it again. 'Arry; do it again!" Lauder rubbed his aching back, felt cautiously of his bones, looked back at the horse, and, turning to the audi ence, he said: "Like 1 will!" And he didn't, but thereafter his popularity was assured.—Judge. The Face of Life. Life cried ...

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. — 24 November 1910

Stylish and Comfortable Original J EFFERSON SHOE FOR MEN The MAYER SHOE For Women and Children are two lines that we are proud to carry because their value has been fully demon strated. Besides being durable and com fortable they are made in the very latest lasts. You need look no further for the right vshoes to wear. C. A. SHERMAN & CO. DON'T ACT ON ROMANCE By LOUISE B. CUMMINGS Copyright, 1910, by American Press | Association. Lueile Demarest when a young girl read a novel that pleased her very much. The motif on which the story was written was this: A woman whose husband was weak enough to fall into the toils of another woman held him by giving him a free rein until he had become tired of the rival and came back to his wife of his own accord. Lucile married Sam Smith. Even Lucile's roseate romance could not turn the name into Spencer Courtenay or some other such euphonious appel lation, but she could think of him as doing noble acts even as Sam Smith. He didn't seem to have a...

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. — 1 December 1910

VOLUME X east sioe growing rapidly Taxable Valuation About Four Million for Coming Year. Strong Enough for County Division Perhaps the most important item in t considering the matterof county division n is that of taxable wealth in the proposed s new county. For the purpose of placing v these figures before the people of East ern Stevens county The Mixer has se- cured from the tax rolls, through the t courtesy of Auditor L. E. Jesseph,.the v following figures, which are therefore correct, as nearly as could be determined i from the rolls: ] Total realty valuation $2,409,442 1 Personal property 422,238 1 Telegraph companies 1,953 1 1 &W. N. R. R 288,877 i G. N. R. R 450,858 1 Total $3,573,368 < These figures are for the assessment made in April, 1910, and do not include ' the following large items which are now taxable, or will be by the time the next ' assessment is made in the spring of 1911: 1 The Metaline extension of thel.&W. N. railroad, the million and a half ce- ' ...

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. — 1 December 1910

22 GIRLS DEAD IN NEW JERSEY FIRE Inadequate Means of Escape and Panic Leads to Large Death Roll. New York. —Twenty-two girls known to be dead, burned, or crushed, some killed in. and others mortally injured; eight dying at hospitals; 15 missing, their bod er supposed to be lying under tons of smoking debris; 38 more seriously in jured—is the tragic toll of a fire in an antiquated four-story brick fac tory at 216-228 High street, Newark, N. J. When the fire broke out it trapped 50 girls employed on one of the upper floors. A panic ensued. Many of the girls leaped from the windows. There is an engine house next door to the factory, but before the firemen could give any assistance at least 20 of the girls had jumped. The building in which the fire curred is a four-story structure. It Is believed the blaze started on the second floor, in the rear, among a lot of rubbish. Within a minute or two after it was noticed it had made its way into a lot of waste paper, from which it connected wi...

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. — 1 December 1910

Commissioners' Proceedings . ... 9—Board of county commissioners met pursuant to adjournment. All members P Koard adjourned to Nov. 10. X jo - Board of county commissioners met pursuant to adjournment. All memLers following Dills were allowed: i ? Townsend, bridge work $19 26 i lell Zerkellsame 10 00 i K Sanders, same 46 00 c (' McKeown. road work 125 00 Roy Hamblet, same 75 20 Bruce Dixon, same 5 60 F E Choens, same 76 40 i po Beggs, same 47 75 !» a McKeown, cook for road camp 44 00 Kov Haniblet, road work 180 F E Choens, same 5 00 ( laud Tweedy, same 11 80 0 I) Beggs, road supervisor 120 00 I, >i Watts, road work 47 50 Flva E Btggs. cook for road camp 56 00 Kay Zirkei, road work 45 00 <iust Doehring, same 18 00 M F Bradeen, same 37 50 (■ E Twitchell, same 72 00 DeDZiil Collett, road work 6 00 Harrv Thomas, same 6 00 Harry Thomas, same 14 00 <• N Bark, road supervisor 31 50 Eli Vytiovich, road work 40 00 Henry Volibrecht, same 23 75 Wm Johnson, same 21 25 j A Jonnson, sam*...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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