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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 7 January 1909

LOTTIE'S BARGAIN. By EDNA BLEEKMAN. Copyrighted. ISOK. by Associated Literary Press. Perhaps it was because Wisner was the proprietor of the only dry goods store in Under vale ibut Lottie Vincent was attracted to him. perhaps because : Lottie was an juveterate bargain hunt- j er, and propinquity is a powerful aid i of Cupid. It is a matter open to argument and j uot worth the arguing. The main j point at issue is the fact that Lottie was attracted and that Sidney Wisner repaid that regard with interest. Undervale had reached that stage of growth when the general store" had commenced to resolve itself into its va rious component parts, not to be re united until at some far distant day, when the department store repeated the original shopkeeping on a larger scale and again one could purchase dress goods and salt tish, groceries and harness under one roof. It was Wisner who had seen that the time was ripe, and the Boston store was the result. lie rented one of the rooms in the new Bens...

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. — 7 January 1909

Cereal Crops Are Worth $29,728,000 The estimated value of the 1908 cereal crops in the state of Wash, ington was -$'29,728,000, according to the report just issued by the bureau of statistics of the depart ment of agriculture. The hay crop of the state last year is estimated to have been worth $9,229,000. and the potatoes grown in the state were valued at $3,055,000. The total estimated value of seven principal crops grown in the «<tate, corn, wheat, oats, barley, rye, hay and potatoes, aggregated $42,- 012,000. The most valuable crop raised was winter wheat, valued at $11,- 572,000. The spring wheat crop came second in value at $10,701.- 000. The oat crop had a farm \ alue of $4,144,000; barley. $3,007,- 000; rye, $52,000. and corn, £252,- 000. The farm value of l>oth the win ter and spring wheat crops was estimated at $22.273,000. The hay crop was the next most valuable crop raised in the state, having a farm value of $9,229,090. Washington stands fourth among the states in ...

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. — 7 January 1909

BLACK CAT HOSIERY Why should you wear a cheap hose when you can get the "Black Cat" Guaranteed Hose for the same money. It is an admitted fact that the "Black Cat" Hose is positively the best hose made for wear, fit and materials. We buy hosiery, the same as all other lines, direct from the manu= facturers, saving the jobbers profit. Black Cat Hosiery Style 79. Ladies 1 fast colors, seatnles shose price 15c Style 165. Ladies' fast colors, seamless hose. Price 25c Style 700: Ladies' full fashioned, rib top, real Maco hose. Price Style 600. Ladies' full fashioned, rib top, real Maco hose. Price 35c St vie 19. Ladies' full rib hose. Price. 35c Caldwell Clothjug Company NEWS OF OLD TOWN McGoogan A Murchison, formerly of 'laft, Mont,, have purchased a lot of William Vane near the Newport laun dry and are erecting a building to be occupied as a saloon. The building will be 24x80 feet in size. There are reports that three lota have been sold to Taft parties, and that three more saloons wil...

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. — 14 January 1909

VOLUME VIII ASK INDIAN REMOVAL Petition | To That Effect Ad dressed to Congress- Menace to Health and Property. t.'npt. Napoleon LeC leic has been eir culatiDg ti petition during the past week :i-king the,.proper authorities to have !tie Calispel Indians removed from the lands they are now occupying in the t'end Oreille valley to some reservation. The petition was quite generally signed by lesidents of the valley and of New port. The move is a good one and in the light direction, both for the protection ~i the Indians and for the development ~[ the valley. At the present time the Indians are squatting on some of the mo-t valuable tracts of land in the val ley. They are not tilling the soil to any uUnntage, but are satisfied with rais ing a portion of a crop—not enough to subsist on during the year, but sufficient for a portion of the time. The balance i»i the time they spend in hunting and ti?hing and attending pot laches of other tribes. They are an extremely worthless set •>f r...

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. — 14 January 1909

REALTY BARGAINS Below you find a list of bargains in farm and - city property. It will pay you to investigate whether you are looking for a home or investment. These prices will not prevail so act now and select a piece of property offered at bargain prices. Gome in and let us talk it over. CITY PROPERTY Two lots, corner, good 5 room house, all on ground floor, lawn and shrubbery. Close in. Yours for $1250. Three room house, 50 ft. lot, good location. Furniture and car= pets go with house. $650. Five room house, Wash. Ave., lathed and plastered. Cellar, elec= trie lights, city water, cess pool. Only $1250. Four room house in good repair. City water, electric lights. Two blocks from P. O. $800. 50 Ft. corner lot, 3rd and War ren. $370. 60 Ft. inside opposite school house, Spokane Ave. $600. 60 Ft. on Spokane Ave., be tween 3rd and 4th. $1000. One lot next to South Side grocery. $250. 75 Ft. corner Wash. Ave. $500. We have anything you want either in the line of a one, five or ten acr...

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. — 14 January 1909

The Rehearsal. hj Martha Cobb Sanford. :md. ISKSI, by Associated Literary Press. Cc.Lirabrook was the typical so , uuheivr. He played with equal cue role or guest and host, and tc ... ,i;i9 exceedingly popular. It 1 1 ac t- Li suddenly, however, that . uc ii iiulc functions a$ he was In the l.hLui ot initiating were too formal, toe They lacked the personal, tuiimace charm of hospitality In a dome-stlc sitting. He decided to do something, quite (liferent rruin the conventional thea tei. restaurant dinners or automobile ~oitits upon wbich his reputation had 6etrU built. .vfitr souue little meditation he decid ed iv entertain, a very few guests at dinner in his bachelor quarters. The tu>.i ming. of course, was to gravely ..ui-siaci- mose to be invited. For some iliiic Madeline Gaylord's name headed ui imaginary list in complimentary Gradually, however, other i..unes to the number of five were add ci. 'l he date was next arranged for mhl the invitations to "a most ln rormai dinner" 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. — 14 January 1909

BOOMS HOME TRADE Prosperity Week a New Foe to Mail Order Menace. BOOSTS LOCAL INDUSTRIES. Original Idea of a Bright California Girl That May Be Applied to Any Town or Section With Lasting Bene fit—May Bocome General. L>ld you ever hear of prosperity week? Perhaps not, for it is some thing new under the sun. it is an en terprise of November, 1908. iu south ern California, but it might just as well be transported to and transplant ed in our town or any town. Home of the New England and other ttates have their old home week, when former residents or expatriated natives gather at the old home and spend a week in revisiting familiar scenes and talking over the past with the well re membered eldest inhabitant who has been there since the big snow of 184b. But that is merely sentimental—fine and Healthful sentiment, to be sure, but nothing more. Prosperity week Is fine sentiment plus something more substantial. It is a practical proposi tion. It is a business proposition, it means more ...

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. — 14 January 1909

The Miner has a list of 750 regular sub scribers. It circulates throughout East ern Stevens County and is the best medium to place your busi= ness offerings before the people. Call us by 'Phone and we'll talk it over. (Xbc IRewport miner OFFICIAL PAPER OF STEVENS COUNTY Thursday. Jan., 14, 1909. HRF.D L. WOLF, Editor and Publisher t.utered in the postofliee at Newport. Wa*h. ugton as second olaas mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE »1.50 EACH YEAR JUST AMONG OURSELVES Frank D. Crandall, expert watch maker. Horse and wagon for sale. See North cm Mercantile Co. Fine large office room fur rent. In quire First National Bank. tf Now is a good time to send in your subscription to the Newport Miner. James Mclnnis, of Spokane, was at tending to business matters in Newport this week. Fred Johnston, of Spring Valley, has gone to Basin City, Wyoming, to remain for the balance of the winter. FOR SALE—One lot with 4-roomed house, in Scott's add, four biocks west tif school house; price $475; easy te...

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. — 14 January 1909

In Place Of Paul. By EFCS W. SARGENT. Copyrighted, ISO*, ky A#»uct«.t»d Lit«rny PreM. "That revolver again?" asked Mus grave, with a laugh tbat did not cover tbe Irritation that it was Intended to conceal. "It seems to me. Jeanne, that yoy are always fooling with that mur derous looking thing." "Not always," was the grave re sponse. "For whole weeks it lies in the top drawer, Frank, but once a month I take it out and clean It tbat It may a I ways be ready and that 1 may not for get, as though 1 ever could," she added wildly. Musgrave shuddered. He disliked the sight of weapons, aud there was some thing sinister in the care with which the girl kept the revolver always In good condition. it was no pearl bandied toy such as a woman might be supposed to carry, but a blue barreled .45 that would "stop" a man with a single shot, the sort of weapon that was meant for men. it struck a jarring note In the femi ninity of Jeanne Barthon's personality. It was absurd and yet repelling tbat the d...

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. — 14 January 1909

A Few Mining Terms v uon.l many people are going , , r th in the spring to discover M ., kv i( iid sheet-iron mines. It .herefore seams appropirate at this . uut that this journal of civiliza .iif should give some definitions „r mining terms which they will ; , r . n j tind ponder over. But before ; ( j nvl S o it seems mete that all .tiould be 011 tne * r g« ar d against stium mines. There is so much WM u-r in the north that, if one fjr (<> find an alum mine, water into it and pucker it up. V ['rosp#ctor— <•A man wlio sleeps .luring the day and who lies at iiitihl. A Promoter —A man who wears vriluw-lticed boot« ; and hangs "aioumt the hotel like the smell of thr kitchen. A man who knows the chambermaids by name, rt ud who has to have four cocktails hri'oie he feels Like tackling break raat A Mining Expert—A man who can talk glibly about formations, dykes, country rock, tiligites, uu/uK'H and porphyry, and who is »tiaiii to venture an assertion when a piece of sandstone is...

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. — 14 January 1909

BLACK CAT HOSIERY Why should you wear a cheap hose when you can get the "Black Cat" Guaranteed Hose for the same monpy. It is an admitted fact that the "Black Cat" Hose is positively the best hose made for wear, fit and materials. We buy hosiery, the same as all other lines, direct from the manu facturers, saving the jobbers profit. Black Cat Hosiery Style 79. Ladies' fast colors, seamles shose price 15c Style 165. Ladies'fast colors, seamless hose. Price 2Sc Style 700: Ladies 1 full fashioned, rib top, real Maco hose. Price 25c Style 600. Ladies' full fashioned, rib top, real Maco hose. Price 35c Style 19. Ladies' full rib hose. Price 35C Caldwell ClothjQg Company NEWS OF OLD TOWN Sanppoint, Jan. 11.—Today was in auguration day for the county officials elected November 3. The following subscribed to the oath of office: T.C.I Bell, Martin Peterson and J. C. Finstad, county commissioners: Andrew Men itt, sheriff; Andrew Christenson, treasurer; J. W. Ramsey, county superintendent of s...

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. — 21 January 1909

The Newport Miner volume viii ORGANIZE TO BOOST Meeting in Sutherland Building Friday Evening. All Citizens are Invited to Attend i in** iif the things that Newport stands 11i';tiest in need of is a live, active com- M-nal club. Despite the fact that no , niu crted effort has been made to adver se the town and its resources, Newport n.t> iii.ue steadily ahead and will con tinue to do so. However a good live , ~iiiiiiercial club could do much toward inducing people to come here and to se rine the industrial establishments so es -tMitial f"T the permanent growth of the I.AMI. Wwport has for some time had a com mercial club but in the last year but little interest has been shown in the Minimization. It is now proposed to or ganize a new club, put capable, active men at the head and do something to pruiiHVe the welfare and growth of the t...v\ 11. A number of the leading interests ~i th« town are anxious to get such a lab started and to that end a meeting i.i all business men and cit...

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. — 21 January 1909

REALTY BARGAINS Below you find a list of bargains in farm and city property. It will pay you to investigate whether you are looking for a home or investment. These prices will not prevail long, so act now and select a piece of property offered at bargain prices. Gome in and let us talk it over. CITY PROPERTY Two lots, corner, good 5 room house, all on ground floor, lawn and shrubbery. Close in. Yours for $1250. Three room house, 50 ft. lot, good location. Furniture and car pets go with house. $650. Five room house, Wash. Ave., lathed and plastered. Cellar, elec tric lights, city water, cess pool. Only $1250. Four room house in good repair. City water, electric lights. Two blocks from P. 0. $800. 50 Ft. corner lot, 3rd and War ren. $370. 60 Ft. inside opposite school house, Spokane Ave. $600. 60 Ft. on Spokane Ave., be tween 3rd and 4th. $1000. One lot next to South Side grocery. $250. 75 Ft. corner Wash. Ave. $500. , We have anything you want either in the line of a one, five or ten...

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. — 21 January 1909

I | a lurn In theTaWes by American Press Asso ciation. J i.e.i. what 1 have to tell you 1 <. !> «. uuUde to my bosom a lerriijJ# blunder for which . c j u responsible has made a 1 ; ujauie in cny life. 1 can never of if x.iihout horror, shame, mor . humiliation—indeed, every i *>il emotion for which there is a ~; . i iu the Euglisb language. And ,i . ..ufess rhat rhis incident has ibe most exquisite happi i ~ft i has'* to announce to you, my -j i. -i. sweetest", loveliest friend, my r-.sjfs.'rment. Bob has won my con ;U last. Hat 1 must admit that Bob took an u-ifdif advantage of me. While I love ; : iiii .tld feel that he is the one man to make u'f happy, I can never forget L u;'.t be turned to his own account this frightful fatality to compel me to ac . ept hiui. True. I had all along intend t«< do so. But you know how sweet [i. 14 for a woman to have a man hum it Liiui**Jf before her. tell her that without her he will become a wreck, iiitpiof* lier to have mercy upon ...

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. — 21 January 1909

Beautiful Level Lots, 50x136--SIOO 3UBIRRIGATED 4* There will be a big advance in all Newport property this Summer. The above property adjoins the Scott Property Charles F. Craig * * JAYNES ADDITION • - First National Bank CITY DADS GOT BUSY Important Business Transacted by New Gouncil. Consider New Saloon Regulations The new city council convened for the first time on Tuesday night. It made a noise that sounded as though the coun cil was going to do things during the coming year. More business was transacted and in a shorter space of time than for many a meeting. Several important matters were disposed of and all of the members expressed themselves as being favorable to a little stronger regulations concern ing the conducting of the saloons doing business in Newport. The mayor made hie appointments of officers and com mittees for the ensuing year, and ex pressed himself as greatly pleased with the personnel of the new council, and hoped that they would work harmon iously and for 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. — 21 January 1909

Security Sfate *Bank. CAPITAL $25,000 OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS j JS. "Phillips. "Pres. tO. C. Moeser. Ist Vice "Pres. W. C. Lawrence. 2nd Vice "Pres. JF\ C. K.ra-t>se. Cashier. Fred StcVens. Assistant Cashier £ J. Lutz, J. -A. obit, J. C. Mc"Donald t Ceo. H '"Bo bier four per cent, interest paid on TIME DEPOSITS yOVR "BVSIfnESS SOLICITED <Ib e IRewport HTliner iiFKH'IAL PAPER OF STEVENS COUNTY THI'RSDAY, JAN. 21, 1909. 1 KKI) L. WOLF, Editor and Publisher Miured in the postottice at Newport. Wash. uijHiii us .second class mail matter. -<rBSCKI PTipN PRICE sl.fiO EACH YEAR JUST AMONG OURSELVES Frank 1). Crandali, expert watch- 1 maker. Horse and wagon for sale. See North- ! t*rn Mercantile Co. Fine large otfiee room for rent. In quire First National Bank. tf Now is a good time to send in your subscription to the Newport Miner. Z. Chaney lost the index finger of his right hand while splitting wood on Wed nesday. Walter Rogers, manager of the North ern Mercantile Co., was a busi...

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. — 21 January 1909

Price Never Changed. The Rev. Simon Turpie was an elo quent speaker, but he seemed to have a list of sermons which, when he once began, he went right through t,o the end and then started :»t the first ser mon again, and so on. A young man in the congregation was about to leave l'or South Africa, but the Sunday before he departed be i attended tbe church service. In the course of his lecture the min ister used an Illustration in which were the-words, "A man can easily purchase two sparrows for threepence." The vouug man, after being absent for about three years, returned and again on the first opportunity attended divine service. Strange to say, he heard the same nanative by the same minister, the phrase striking him most, being about the "two sparrows for threepence." At the close of the service the min ister, in his courtesy, came and shook hands with the youth and, welcoming him back to his home, asked him if he noticed any changes about the place. The young man. evidently quite e...

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. — 21 January 1909

Thrown Open in 1910 preliminary arrangements pre fatory to opening the Coeur d' \ jt .iie Indian reservation next year being made by the Indian l)a i-fau and general land office. . ~a r town sites have been surveyed ~(nter the provisions of the law. riding for the opening of the nervation, which are to be dis of at public sale. Lots not ...j.1.-ii public sale are to be dis j, ~-ii of thereafter at private sale , t n ot less than the appraised price. \|| ot the townsites have been sur w v ,.,j. but the plats and field notes j, :i ve been completed in but two, 1 v-Hinet Jand Worley. The survey tie Id notes of the townsite of Hummer have not yet been com pleted. The l.eiuhi reservation will also tbrown open to setlement next v ,both of these reservations . i.niaiii a great deal of desirable :u *iicultural and timber lands, as v U -!l as mineral lands. The report of the department of agriculture on the soil survey of lilt- Minidoka area in Idaho, which was made on the recommendation ,it...

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. — 21 January 1909

CARMARTT OVERALLS SLICKERS—BIack or Yellow from $ 1.25 up. Caldwell Clothing Company NEWS OF OLD TOWN E. 15. Warriner, that's us, lias been appointed justice of the peace for this precinct by the board of com mieioners. He will qualify. In order to stimulate the marriage market the new justice agrees to marry the first couple residing in the district free of charge. He will agree to tie the knot in good shape, kiss the bride -excepting she is a Si wash—and give the bride and groom a rattling good supper at the Newport hotel in addition. John Ollison, a former employe of the Fidelity Lumber Co. and also the pro prietor of the barber shop just south of the Newport hotel, is an inmate of the Medical Lake hospital for the insane. Ollison was taken to Sandpoint early last spring to be tried as to his sanity. The authorities there decided that he was sane and allowed him his liberty. Within a few days lie was picked up in Washington and committed to the Med ical Lake institution. He has b...

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. — 28 January 1909

VOLUME VIII CHANGES IN BUSINESS Newport Business Houses Under New Management. Activity In Commercial Circles. Several important business changes have occurred in Newport during the past week. New blood has been infused into the management of several concerns by the addition of new capital and vounger men at the head of affairs. New combinations have been formed and new business houses will be started as a result of the changes. All of these are in keeping with-.* the continued growth of the city. Moeser Bros., who purchased the tingle sawmill have formed a new cor poration to be known as the Moeser- Ueinly Lumber Co. and articles of in corporation of the same were filed with the secretary of state at Olympia this week. The incorporators are William \lueser, C. P. Moeser and K. B. H. Itemley, of Topeka, Kansas. The capi tal stock is placed at $100,000. Exten tonstve improvements on the plant and the erection of a planing mill, are plan ned. One of the most important deals of the week...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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