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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 2 April 1908

Official Paper of Stevens County VOLUME VII NEW $10,000 DEPOT ! W. N. lo Start Work? Next Week. Railroad News of the Week The Idaho A: Washington Northern h'ailroad will begin the erection of their c« passenger depot in this city early iie\t week. The new building will be located near i tie site of the present temporary ticket nice, :il the foot, of Washington avenue ; iid iii the heart of the business district. Il will be of brick veneer construction, A ill have office rooms in the upper story and will be of a pleasing architectural design. It will be steam heated and quipped with ladies'and gents'wait ing rooms, lavatories, etc. The grounds adjacent to the depot will lie parked and planted to shrubbery and I lowers, in order to provide the building uit 11 harmonious surroundings. Frank Koch, of Spokane, the landscape gar dener, has volunteered to superintend the work of parking. The structure will be similar in style to the station erected :ii Spirit Lake, and which is claimed to ...

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. — 2 April 1908

BIG REDUCTION PRICE OF LUMBER Owing to the present state of the lumber market we are going to give our customers the benefit of same by making a reduction ol from $3 to $10 per M on our lumber. We are in a position to quote you prices on lumber, lath, shingles, sash, doors, lime, cement, cement blocks, plaster, building paper, prepared roofing, and anything else in the line of building material. Our prices are absolutely rock bottom. If you are planning to build anything, no mat ter how large or small, do not fail to get our prices. We are ready to furnish estimates on short notice. Give us a trial. FIDELITY LUMBER CO. \ A Reflection. > Happy day for me. this I7!h of May, 10—. that I am to i>e ;i free man. May hap a dozen times the trees have shed their leaves since I came within these dingy wails, these rusting bars. I have been kept from despair only by the re membrance of the sweet young face of my beloved. True, the waves have relied between us. bur. she has sent me messag...

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. — 2 April 1908

Blueslide Gossip. On Friday night the new mana ger of the Blueslide hotel, W. S. Anderson, assisted bv his wife, gave a dance and oyster sapper, which was a complete success. Good music was furnished by Miss Cora Mcln lyre and Thomas Taylor, both of liuby. All the residents of Blue slide and vicinity were present and visitors from river points assisted in making it a very enjoyable af fair.. The residents of the Slide were so well pleased that they hope to persuade the genial landlord and his capable wife to announce another dance in the near future. The 23rd was an unfortunate date for Bill Ohilson, as on Mon day morning his frame shack, with all its contents, burned to the ground. As soon as the roads will permit hauling he will purchase more lumber of Rouse Bros, and erect another home. Aleck Taylor and Wm. Mclntyre loft Saturday morning for a few days' visit to Spokane. Cady Bros, returned Friday from a short visit in Newport and Spo kane and report a good time. Jack Guyon left ...

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. — 2 April 1908

EASTER CARDS AND NOVELTIES Our specially decorated Easter window will be ready for your inspection on April sth. Don t fail to take a look for you will see the finest decorated window and most complete line of Easter Novelties ever shown in Newport. Residence of C. E. -lay lies, six rooms, bath, fireplace and all improve ments. Built by I. W. Harris, Contractor and Builder. Children and Candy. Give children plent.\ of pure sugar, iufi'y and butter scotch and they'll have little need of cod liver oil. say:; 1 >r. Woods Hutchinson in Woman's II;)nt«» Companion. In short, su.u'ar is. after meat, bread and butter, easily our next most important and neeesisa r;-" food. You can put the matter to a test very easily. .Fust leave off the pie, pudding or other desserts at your lunch or midday dinner. You'll be as tonished to find how quickly you'll feel "empty" again and how "unfin ished'' the meal will seem. You can't get any workingman to accept a din ner pail without pie in it. And he's...

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. — 2 April 1908

Wall Paper Paint Wall Paper Spring has arrived and brought with it the thought of house cleaning. Remem ber, we have the goods to make your home look neat and clean. We are prepared to supply your wants in every narticular. Our stock of wall paper was never more com plete, and prices that will make the catalogue houses look weary. We carry the Acme Mixed Paints. Every gallon guaranteed. Come in and let us figure with you. the IRcwport HTliner 1,1 IICI AI. I'A PER OF STEVENS COUNTY Tw'rspay, AT Alien 19, 190,5. I ItKD i,. WOLF, Editor and Publisher Knicroil in the jmstoftiee at Newport, Wash. ~t,,i» as second class mail matter -I ItS('RIPTION PRICE EACH YEAR JUST AMONG OURSELVES T. .1. Keliv was a Spokane visitor on Wednesday. I>r. Hughes is improving his home by I In* erection of a porch. (inrden grass is poking up through the soil on the south side. I'OK SALE —Two teams and harness. Inquire of S. M. McGee, Newport. tf Miss .lean .Melnnis, of Spokane, is the truest of her brother...

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. — 2 April 1908

Launch Nancy which Successfully makes round trips to Metaline in a day Box Canyon, I'end d'Oreille River, which the Launch Nancy navigates in live minutes Newport Ihc Metalinc Gateway The Colville Examiner man is elated at the establishment of a stage line between his town and Metaline. The stage will make tri-weekly trips, but only runs as far as Cronins at the present time. Colville expects to get the bulk of the trade from the establishment of the line, although the Examiner admits that some freight may go into the camp by way of the river and Newport. The Examiner man appears to be hitting a pretty strong pipe. The people in the Metaline district and the inhabitants of the Pend d' Oreille valley are not as sleepy as the county seat crowd. They are not satisfied with a tri-weekly mail service on a stage line. They want their mail daily and they get it. via Newport. Their wants are sup plied by four steamers at the pres ent time, and three more boats at least will be added to the ...

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. — 2 April 1908

Agriculture in (he Inland Empire Some of Hie most valuable fruit and agricultural land west of the Rocky mountains lies in that section of the country known as the Inland Empire. The empire comprised a vast expense of country hounded on the east by the Hoc.ky mountains and on the west bv i lie Cascade range iu western Wash ington and Oregon. On the north it extends to the British Columbia line, and even the broad prairies of the Al berta country are tributary to the dis trict. On the south it reaches to the lava hed and sage brush country of southern Idaho and northern Nevada. Probably no other section of the western country has been provided by nature with so many rich and varied resources. Vast forests of pine, fir and tamarack timber cover the hills in every direction; gold, silver, lead, copper and many other valuable min erals are stored in the mountains; the rushing mountain streams furnish power for operating miles of electric roads and for many mills and mines; the prairies ...

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. — 2 April 1908

SPRING LINES NOW OPEN It affords us great pleasure to aunounce that we are now in a position to show you our Spring lines of SHIRTS, COLLARS, TIES, UNDERWEAR, HOSIERY, GLOVES, SUSPENDERS AND BELTS. SHOES FOR MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN. Western Made Shirts for Western Men. have a complete line of the famous Summit Shirts, (western made.) These shirts are cut larger and better made than other shirts and better made than other shirts and contain all the latest styles and patterns. Our spring stock of underwear is complete, containing cotlon ribs in plain and fancy colors and light weight wool. W. L. Douglas SHOES Best by Test NEWS OF OLD TOWN Tilings are booming over on our side again.. The thirsty dp not have to travel iio the new town for a change in drinks, .vs Carl Brink has secure*! a license and reopened his saloon. "With two thirst cure parlors the residents- on this side should be happy. The Newport liotei) is filling up with regular boarders as mills open and the boat® start i-ra...

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. — 9 April 1908

The Newport Miner Official Paper of Stevens County VOLUME VII BOAT MATERIAL HERE first Shipment Arrives for Con struction of lone. Doings on the Pend d Oreille. Hie material for the hull of the new - "i.immi passenger steamer lone has ar lived I'roin Portland, where the boat wa* const ructed. She will be rebuilt at ;tie new yards established just below itie .locks of the Pend d'Oreille River I ransportat ion Co. The work ot preparing itie cribbing and stocks was started on Mi.ndav. T. Sampson, of Portland, will have charge "I the construction work, and -ays that. barring accidents and delays in receiving material, he will have the ixial finished inside of 00 days. Mr. iiUu-kwell, the owner of the new boat, plans 1o have her in commission by the middle of May, if money and men can accomplish that end. The lone will be i passenger boat and will haye a carry • a«r capacity for 400 passengers. Her length is 135 feet and she has a '20-foot I .cam, and will be the finest and largest bunt ...

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. — 9 April 1908

BIG REDUCTION PRICE OF LUMBER Owing to the present state of the lumber market we are going to give our customers the benefit of same by making a reduction of from $3 to $10 per M on our lumber. We are in a position to quote you prices on lumber, lath, shingles, sash, doors, lime, cement, cement blocks, plaster, building paper, prepared roofing, and anything else in the line of building material. Our prices are absolutely rock bottom. If you are planning to build anything, no mat ter how large or small, do not fail to get our prices. We are ready to furnish estimates on short notice. Give us a trial. FIDELITY LUMBER CO. A Genius Spoiled [Original.! My friend Charlie Curls is a genius compared with \. horn the wizard of Menlo Park is a mere traveling um brella mender. Charlie took all the honors in the scientific courses at col lege. then put in a year at electrical engineering. The reason why he stud led it only a year was because before he had completed that brief period he knew mor...

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. — 9 April 1908

WHEN BEN CAME HOME. U LESTER. -ROSE. < right. H>Ui, t)> 11111 m• f Sjn-ague \t- i:i s::nk wearil\ upon a shoe box ..,!(! •.::!>:«*«i forlornly about her. The ,ivi «11' the |.:i<•!:i11u" was accomplished. I h.' I,'tsi nail had hcen driven home ;111" ill'- shoe l>o\. which contained the l I.- thai were to i>e kept out for the !!«",» lionic. The rest of the beloved litiiar\ remained in t}:«• cases, gaps titiv. iuu' where the selections had been l!i:ide. The corner of the lower shelf had ficeii ilie resting place of the blue and ii\er "Pilgrim's Progress" ever since could remember, a book to be >:iLeu out Sunday afternoons and car ried io the uentU' mother, who patieut explained time alter time the mean in:; of tlie fascinatini; woodcuts. ! here was a very large gap where the encyclopedias had been. She had bought those with the eggs and butter money. As her eyes roamed over the partly tilled cases she could till every ■_'.ip from memory. Ann as it was with the b...

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. — 9 April 1908

EASTER CARDS AND NOVELTIES Our specially decorated Easter window is now ready for your inspection. Don t fail to take a look for you will see the finest decorated window and most complete line of Easter Novelties ever shown in Newport. SODA FOUNTAIN SEASON OPENS APRIL 9TH ADDITIONAL LOCAL (jo to Tiss A: McMorran's for Edison and Columbia record?. 47-4t Mrs. Dr. Phillips went to Spokane on Thursday for a short visit. Mrs, Ben T. Foote presented her hus band with a 12-pound baby girl on Tuesday. The colored population of Newport has increased several hundred per cent during the past few weeks. Dr. J. T. Phillips is out on the street again after his recent illness, but has not as yet resumed his practice. James Gibbs, agent for the Idaho & Washington Northern, spent a few days visiting Coenr d'Alene friends this week. Secretary D 11. Lusher, of school dis trict No. 115, has been notified that the district's apportionment, of state money for the quarter just ended is $412.21. Mrs. T...

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. — 9 April 1908

Wall Paper Paint Wall Paper Spring ha* arrived and brought with it the thought of house cleaning. Remem ber, we have the goods to make your home look neat and clean. We are prepared to supply your wants in every particular. Our stock of wall paper was never more com plete, and prices that will make the catalogue houses look weary. \\ e carry the Acme Mixed Paints. Every gallon guaranteed. Come in and let us figure with you. Che IRcwport "fHincr (11 | M'JAI. I'Al'Kl: OF ST I-'. YEN'S COUNTY Thursday, April 11, 190s. ] I'l'l) !,. WOT,!', Kilitor and I'll 1)1 ishfr i.t»!cn-il in 1 lie jiostoflice nl Newport, Wash. uf.ion ms second class mail matter I IISCRH'TION PRIOR EACH YEAR < lUST AMONG OURSELVES Miss Edith Foe was a Spokane visitor Wednesday. Well digger wanted. Apply to Sidney W. Rogers. 1 Ol! BENT—New, clean, newly fur nished bedroom. Inquire at this ofliee. .18-tf <M> to Noble A: llurd.for Bed, White and Blue and Plansifter Hour. Everv sack guaranteed. >. ('. B. LEG...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 9 April 1908

Residence <>f A. L. Javnes. five rooms, bath and all improvements. Built by I. W. Harris, Contractor and Builder Sunday in Colville. The delirious excitement of or dinary life in Colville has been greatly augmented by the stoppage of the Sunday trains on the S. F. A: N. Heretofore, aside from the ex hilarating exhilaration to he de rived from attending church or chasing groundhogs on Sunday! morning, the visiting stranger had his choice of madlv rushing to the depot to watch the choo-choo cars come in, or scrapping to keep his place in line at the postoffice win dow till after the mail had been brought ii}» and distributed. In the meantime he could smoke his head off with cigars bought at the various stands the day before, or alternate by damning Jim Mill on general principles. Jim is used to it and rather enjoys it. But. alas, now everything is changed. Xo more can the tourist passing through gauge Colville's population by the representation at the depot; no more can be witne...

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. — 9 April 1908

< Oli DESPONDENCE Usk Items. <)n ]:ist Saturday at about 2:30 1,1. the sleeping guests at our tri were aroused from their slum by the loud harking of the and upon awakening saw that ; , huild'.ng was :i mass of flames, had only lime to escape with it „f their wearing apparel. The ,i .llord even left his vest hanging i lie bedpost with his watch and Mt«- a sum of money in it. It is •tnnate that the guests escaped ij, their lives. It was a close . ii. It was a good building. We in stand there was insurance of .<iiiOi) on the house. The contents Ihe hotel were an entire loss. Hit- origin of the lire is not known. Mrsprs. Dudley and Roth started :wn the river to Metaline last I' i iilav in their boat in pursuit, of i l uiiine. I. W. Rhodes has leased for ten en- thirty acres across the river : mi Lenora, and proposes starting :i thoroughbred poultry, fruit and Iff ranch. Phf fanners in the valley are •.Tiling after their work on the farm in line style. The Calispel Improvement ...

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. — 9 April 1908

NEWS OF OLD TOWN Did anybody say sidewalk? Not over here, as we have been using ours for a long time. Complaint will be made to the new town authorities soon regard ing the obstruction of Pine street by a couple of unsightly piles of sidewalk lumber that have been obstructing that street for several months. Furnes3 & Kellogg have removed their restaurant building out to the street line and will remodel and enlarge it. They have leased it to a party who will con duct a cigar and soft drinks establish ment therein. The lessee will also cater to the wants ot the excursionists who will visit the old town this summer and will handle sandwiches and lunches. The Appel Bros ' pole hoist will be removed to a point farther down the river. The pole barges were formerly unloaded near the Stevens dock, but the increased demand for dockage by river boat" compelled the owner to refuse a lease for the old ground. Several parties have been looking over the lots inside of the proposed Idaho &...

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. — 16 April 1908

Official Paper of Stevens County VOLUME VII MEW BANK ORGANIZED Security Slate Bank Successor of First State. Begins Business Friday, April 17 i nc statement of t lie condilinn of the First. State I'ank, as reported hv Ellis l.e Master, accountant, on -Monday, Vl»ri 1 l:», was as follows: ASSKTS. i asli mi limiiil .$7,041; SO Hut'from other banks 10,407 40 lioiuls and warrants 12,250 00 Loans anil Miscounts 07,947 67 •»\ en Irai t s 8,901 94 I i xtin t-s. ' :>,BOO "4 Total assets $110,41:1 80 LIAISILITIKS. Capital stock 000 00 I licitvi<loil prolils 1,749 27 Hills payable 13,000 00 Heposits 08,004 53 Total liabilities $110,41:1 80 t in' new bank is authorized to do business with a capital stock of $25,000. The old hank guarantees its own assets and its affairs will be liquidated and taken Newport, "Where Rail and River Meet" Northern "-w™ Mercantile Co., Ltd., At Popular Prices KINGSBURY HATS The Newport Miner over by the new bank. The organization of the First State Bank will ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 16 April 1908

Superior Court Proceedings. The State vs. John M. Pitts has been set for trial on May 4. State vs. Ernest Elliott set for trial. State vs. Henry Ludwig set for trial. Wm. Campbell vs. S. F. & X. was set for trial May 18. l>ean Lumber Co. vs. C. .1. Kimball et for trial May 5. Keller vs. Higginbotham set for trial May 0. L. 15. Harvey vs. Thoni set for trial May 7. L. E. Black more-White vs. Lewis set for trial May 7. Meyers vs. Gerliart set tor trial May S-9. Johnson vs. Peml d'Oreille River Lumber Co. et al set for trial May 11. Harvey J. Martin vs. Winslow M. Godfrey et al set for trial May 12-I.'>. County vs. Hunter set for trial May May 15-16, two cases. L. M. Wood vs. 1». M. Heryey; mo tion for bond for costs, motion granted and 15 days allowed to file bond. , In re estate of JSanie Bramley, peti tion to show cause why real estate should not be sold; petition granted. In re estate of Robert Pautz, petition for publication of testimony of subscrib ing witness; petition...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 16 April 1908

County to He Re-Assessed ' uUhtv Assessor liottorf and I'r.i-fCiiting Attorney Rochford are i-niiaged in ;> merry war of words .*>-! at the countv seat and the i:i\pavei> aiv expected to pay the hill thai will arise from the dis pute. 11 )pp«:ii> that tlx- assessor, in making the assessment for theen -uimr v • -ar. followed the law as he < i.ulii understand it. and also acted under the instructions of the State Hoard of Tux ( 1 he instrnction> from this hoard are considered linal until they have het-n ov* ! ruled hv the courts. Some time ago. after the work of assessing this county had been practically completed, a prosecut ing attorney in one of the other counties of the -tate attacked the validity of the law which states that money, mortgages, warrants and other like paper should be ex ■ ■mpt»*d from taxation. The iudge upheld the attorney in his conten tion, and ruled that the assessor should tax the collaterals men tioned. Thereupon Attorney Roch ford filed a s...

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. — 16 April 1908

EASTER CARDS AND NOVELTIES Our specially decorated Easter window is now ready for your inspection. South Newport. We notice the ad of one of the real estate men says to buy lot? on the right «ide of the track. That's right. Come over on Ibis side to buy, for we can show you better soil than they can pro duce on the north side. Pa Hunter hasn't got over smiling yet. Kd Kichemaster gave Mr. Finley, who is n crack rifle shot, his rifle to take home and sight it up with new sights. Mr. Finley drove to town, and while there the gun disappeared from his buggy. fie thinks some north sider most have got his lunch grabbers on it. C. M. Talmadge has quite a force of help getting ready for seeding his crops nn Silver Birch farm. Mr. Duchane has sold his residence on Newport avenue and expects to soon move back to Michigan. Somebody's dog, which had a hanker ing for fresh beef, chewed the ear off of l>r. Hughes' Jersey cow. Hope Doc doesn't have to pull any of our teeth until lie gets over h...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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