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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 28 January 1909

TELEGRAPH SUMMARY SHORT ITEMS MADE OF DISPATCHES. NEARLY ALL PARTS OP THE WORLD REPRESENTED herewith. The United States commissioners to the Tokio exposition in 1917 have been recalled. The State bank at New Albany, Kan., was robbed of $2900 by bandits Saturday, who escaped. At Galveston, Tex., the entire wharf and sheds were destroyed by fire Sat urday, entailing a loss estimated at $425,000. The bill to increase the pension of Julia B. Coghlan, widow of Admiral Coghlan, U. S. N., from $500 to $1200 a year was lost. Representative Kahn of California predicts that the California legislature will pass a bill prohibiting aliens from holding lands in that state. Douglas Robert, who killed Deputy Sheriff Fatch in a pistol duel at Mo bile, Ala., was taken from the jail two days later and hanged to a tree. The Rev. William O'Brien Pardow, rector of St. Ignatius' Loyal church and a prominent member of the Jesuit order, died in New York Saturday. The American people have contrib uted throug...

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. — 28 January 1909

Flathead Indian Reservation Kroni the United vStates land , dior ;i t Kalispell comes the follow ing relative to the opening of the Klntheftd Indian reservation: The Flathead Indian reservation contains about 1,425,000 acres of lll( | The survey of the reaerva * ion has been completed and ac cepted, except as to fragmentary! Portions on the borders, which have j surveyed, but not yet ac ,.t pted. There have been allotted , 0 persons holding tribal relations belonging on the reservation i\':Lio9.s2 acres, leaving for dis posal. as provided in the act of congress approved April 23, 1904 Stat., 302), about 1,200,000 ,cres. A commission consisting of tive members appointed by the president, is now engaged in in specting. classifying and apprais ing nil of the lands to be disposed of. which, according to the act, are to be divided into the following classes, to-wit: First, agricultural land of the first class; second, ag ricultural land of the second class; third, timber land; fourth, mi...

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. — 28 January 1909

ANNOUNCEMENT I have purchased the business of the McDonald Mercantile Co. and have taken possession of same I will have a Special Sale Every Day Next Week MONDAY—Syrup and Molasses Sale. TUESDAY— Glass Dishes and Chinaware Sale WEDNESDAY-Ribbon Sale. THURSDAY—Men's Women s and Children s Rubbers Sale. FRIDAY Macki naw Coats Sale. SATURDAY —General Bargain Counter. NEWPORT, NEWS OF OLD TOWN Sheriff Merritt and Deputy Wilcox came down from Sandpoint, Wednesday night to take a view of the landscape on this side of the line. They found that several buildings obstructed the old view and that things had been doing since their last visit. The sheriff visited all of the places where liquor is sold and informed the proprietors that in the future he would not stand for the presence of women in the saloons. If the saloon men allowed women to congregate in their places he would see that their licenses were re voked. He gave them all a plain talk and all agreed to live up to the new rules. Sheri...

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. — 28 January 1909

Security Sfate *BanK CAPITAL $25,000 OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS J. U. 'Phillips. Pres. XO. C. Moeser. Ist Vice Pres. W. C. Laturence. 2nd Vice Pres. JF. C. KraxJse. Ccuhier. F red St extent. Assistant Cashier E, J. Lutx, J. -A. JVoble, J. C. McDonald, Ceo. H. FOUR PER CENT. INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS yo 1/1* 81/SIjsESS .SOLICITED £be "IRevvport miner OFFICIAL PAPER OF STEVENS COUNTY J Thursday. Jan. 28, 1909. FRED L. WOLF, Editor and Publisher. hntered in the postofllce at Newport, Wash. uKton as second class mail matter. * INSCRIPTION PRICE *1.50 EACH YEAR JUST AMONG OURSELVES Frank D. Crandall, expert watch maker. Horse and wagon for sale. See North fin Mercantile Co. Fine large office room for rent. In quire First National Bank. tf Now is a good time to send in your subscription to the Newport Miner. For Hale—Three large barges in good repair. Inquire of C. F. Craig at First National Bank. E. Enoch, of Deer Park, a former resi dent of Newport, was a business visitor in town today...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 28 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. 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 te...

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. — 28 January 1909

Storing of Water. Storing of flood water in the forest ■re ts for irrigation purposes, for pre vention of forest fires, for preservation f water power and for the protection of navigation; conservation of public lands for the benefit of the actual home briMer and settler, the building of good rUds and the preservation of the natur al scenery are among the things recom mended by E. H. Libby of Clarkstown, president of the Washington Conserva tion association. Officers. The organization was formerly the Washington Forestry association. At the reorganization meeting, January 4, these officers were elected:" President, £ 11. Libby, Clarkston; vice presidents, joel Shomaker, Tukwila; Captain Ever ett G. Greggs, Tacoma; Oliver C. Mc- Gilxra, Seattle; Dr. N. G. Blalock, Walla Walla; I. A. Navarre, Wenatchee; E E. Johnson, Everett; executive com mittee, Walter N. Granger, North Yak ima; H. W. Carroll, Seattle; Professor Frank G. Miller, University of Wash ington; W. W. Beck, Seattle; L. G. ...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 28 January 1909

PRE - INVENTORY SATURDAY, JANUARY 30th For four days we will sell the following lots ol merchandise at these exceptionally low prices. From SAT., JAN. 30th to WED., FEB. 3rd 25 per cent. Discount on Boy's Glothing Sixty suits boy s clothing in knee pant suits, Buster Brown and Sailors, excellent values at $2.50 to $7.50, all going at 25 per cent, discount. 20 per cent Discount on Boys, Sweaters and Sweater Goats Large assortment to select from Caldwell Glothing Company IS HELD FOR ASSAULT Woman Lodges Complaint Against Camden Rancher. Hearing Postponed to Feb. 15th. August Polinski, a Polish rancher re siding near Camden, on the border of Stevens countv, was arrested on Mon day at his home by Deputv Sheriff George Hynes and Marshal Mills, of Newport. Polinski is accused by Mrs. Albertina Poutz, a widow, of haying criminally assaulted her on two occasions recently. The women alleges that, while acting as a housekeeper for the defendant at Camden, he entered her room and com mitted th...

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. — 4 February 1909

VOLUME VIII WILL ASK A FRANCHISE Project to Gome Before Newport's Council. -\| so Plan Electric Railroad il. ii. Smith, uf Spokane, general .-.lager of the Panhandle Electric Rail » a Power I'o.. will ask the Newport council ior a franchise 4o operate aiectric light, |>ower ami heating a fit at the next meetingof the council, rupanv also expects that they will the council f-*r an electric railway ii.ihi-e in the city within the next v ear. Far company has acquired valuable , _~tr-r i on Priest River at Chris rapids and at another point 't.r river, and would be able to de .r.jif about 30,000 horse power. A Jr portion of this power will be used ir .r-lope the mines in the Priest Lake . I,trv, and to operate the railroad which * ill be constructed from Priest rl.vrr to Priest Lake. Ac Chriatensen's rapids the company .i- .1 magnificent water power. There j. rail in the river that they will utilize : 100 feet. At the other point there is j. tail of 81 feet. \\ rk will be started on t...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 4 February 1909

The Y Ranch Short Count By FRANK H. SWEET. Copyright, 1908, by Frank H. Sweet. THE T ranch outfit was rounding up, with the cowboys scatter ed over twenty miles of terri tory bunting straj* bunches. It bad been a good season, with plenty of water and grassland Sam Bell, the owtker, was confident of passing the 20,000 mark, the stockman's ambition. But as the territory narrowed and the truant bunches were hurried in under the eyes of the counters and added to the main herds the estimate, conservative as it had seemed, was apparently much too high. When all were in the count was still considera bly under 9,000. "There's a gate down somewhere," •aid Bell to the foreman emphatically. "We haven't made the increase we did last year, when the season was bad. jfc/e you sure there weren't any strays left in some out of t"he way coulees or •Ink holes?" "*Oh. there may be a few scattering ones here and there, but a thousand! Good land! Where'd' they hide theru wtitveßT "That's so." Bell s gaze...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 4 February 1909

The Goddess of the Miracle. By FRANK H. ME LOON. Copyright, 1306, by Frank H. Meloon. Beatrice westwood i had first seen on the Lakeside links one early spring morn ing as I alighted from a mud dy motor car, with the wind blowing sharp and cool from the northwest. The snow was gone, and a few devoted golfers were out. With cheeks aglow Miss Westwood was swinging a brassie ibat glinted in the sunlight, and even j. whose dull masculine eye takes little note of feminine attire, took in with startled admiration the dainty jacket i bat ended suddenly a few inches above the hips and the great four inch red and gold check of the longish gulfing skirt she wore. It was far fruiu my thoughts then that two mouths later would see her the wife of my closest friend. So when Miss Beatrice Westwood became Mrs. Philip Sturgis we of the Lakeside club, friends of the afore- "IT WILL SKBVE HER BIGHT FOB BEING SO JBALOBS." mentioned Philip, looked upon the cer emony as the end of one of the (to ns) most...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 4 February 1909

General Merchandise Mail Orders Gi-Ven "Prompt Attention NEWPORT, ON METALINE DISTRICT Expert Reviews The Situation in Mining Gamp. Transportation to Solve Problem In the Mining World of Chicago, in the annual review of work done in the various mining districts of the country, Geo. A. Ohrens contributes the follow ing on the Metaline mining district. In the Metaline district, where things have been rather quiet during the year, there is much hope for the future. The principal mines here are the Mammoth, Morning, Spokane lead mines. Oriole, Maiden, Cooke-Clark and the Blue Jim. The first named are lead properties, the Oriole and Maiden silver mines and the Blue Jim is in the copper belt. Early in the year a company was organized by the stockholders of the Morning and Mammoth properties, called the Morn ing-Mammoth Concentrating Co., and a contract was entered into with this com pany to mill all of the low grade ores; irocu the two mines. Cp to the present time this concentrator has n...

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. — 4 February 1909

CAPITAL $25,000 OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS j. V. 'Phillips. Tres. XV. C. Moeser. Ist Vice Tres. W. C. Laborence. 2nd Vice Tres. F. C. Kraxtse. Cashier, Fred Sle*)ens. Assistant Cashier E. J- Lutx, J. -A. J. C. McDonald, Ceo. H. "Bobier FOUR PER CENT. INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS yOVR 3 X/SIJSESS SOLICITED Cbe "IRcwport I¥liner OFFICIAL PAPER OF STEVENS COUNTY Thursday. Feb. 4, 1909. FRED L. WOLF, Editor and Publisher Kntered in thepostoffice at Newport, Wash, lagion ftssooond class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE *1.50 EACH YEAR JUST AMONG OURSELVES Frank I). Crandall, expert watch maker. P.en Fox is under the doctor's care tats week. something new and pretty at Will iams' furniture store. J. Burton and wife were up from Metaline on Thursday. Fine large office room for rent. In quire First National Bank. tf •'Whipped Cream" Puffs every Sat urday evening at the Newport Bakery. Wesley Martin, of Wilson Creek, is visiting his parents and friends at this place. When you want pickles, oliv...

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. — 4 February 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 oven 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...

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. — 4 February 1909

Beautiful Level Lots, 50x136~5100 15he Only Lots at IS his 'Price on the JSforth +J*ide ACRE TRACTS $250 SUBIRRIGATED -> RIGHT HERE IN NEWPORT 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 Will Give Miners Square Deal (lifford Pinchott, chief forester of [ ( the National Forest Service, is out in a letter regarding the rights of miners who have located claims within the boundaries of the na tional reserves. He states that it is the policy of the department to treat all honest miners in a fair manner, and that his branch of the service is ever ready to give them a square deal. Parties, however, who have taken up claims for other purposes than for actual mining operations will be dealt with strictly. An extract from a recent public letter of the forester follows: 'In the case of mining claims, so far as the resources of the forest service have permitted, all...

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. — 4 February 1909

Perhaps you don't know that the time to buy your Gordon Hat is now while the assortment is complete and the styles all new. A few months from now and the present styles will not be good. Get a new Gordon now and wear it while the style is right. JUST OUT The Gordon Fancies will be the big seller this spring. Get onto the Bandwagon. Our stock contains all the new est shapes and colors known to the hat world. Gordon Hat quality is proof against wear and weather. Gor don styles proof against AA criticism. Price NEWS OF OLD TOWN Divorce proceedings have been com menced in district court by Ida Gendron VlcNeilly against John McNeilly. The plaintiff lives at Newport, Tdnho. She claims tier husband has been cruel and is an habitual drunkard. She sets up that 9he owns real estate to the value of j about $2000 at Mew port, $500 worth of household furniture and utensils, and a $500 piano, and she wants the court to grant the divorce and establish her in rights to the property described. Her m...

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. — 11 February 1909

VOLUME VIII NEWPORT NEEDS SEWER Town Council Should Begin Pre liminary Work. Need Thereof Apparent to All The city of Newport needs a sewerage -y-tein more at the present time than iiiiy other public improvement. The health of the inhabitants is of the great est importance to the welfare of the business interests. At the present, time there is nothing in the way of a sewerage system in the Nearly every business building or residence is connected with a cesspool ( .r the slops and refuse are thrown out in the street or alley. I'ntil a short tune nun it was customary for many of the business men to throw the slops arising in the conducting of their business out in the streets in front of their property. The city ordered this stopped, and the order was obeyed for a short time, but recently several of the merchants have been disobeying the orders. In the business center, in the rear of many of the saloons and other business houses the conditions are frightful, even at this season of the...

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. — 11 February 1909

A MESSAGE TO HOME SEEKERS Come where land is cheap, climate suoerb, and no irrigation necessary. Where ten acres in cultivation means as much as one hundred acres in some other sections. The Pend Oreille Valley offers today greater inducements to settlers than any other portion of the Northwest. Nowhere else can a living be made so easy and under such pleasant condihions. We have miles of river frontage with beautiful scenery, splendid fishing, boating, drives and shadv retreats. Purest air and water. In fact, almost everything for pleasure and profit. We have an abundance of timber, broad fertile valleys and plenty of good bench land, .lust the place to raise wheat, barley, oats, rye, clover and hay. No better place for apples, orchards, strawberries and small fruits. Surpasses all other parts of state in size and flavor of potatoes and all root crops grawn. Every acre of land in the vicinity of Newport has advanced in the past few years. It will double or treble in value in the ne...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 11 February 1909

Beautiful Level Lots, 50x136—5100 3UBIRRIGATED There will be a big: advance in all Newport property this Summer. The above property adjoins the Scott Property Charles T. Craig - Kirkpatriek Is Prosecutor The dispute between H. G. Kirk patrirk and J. A. Rochford as to the right of holding the office of prosecuting attorney was settled on Feb. 3 by J. A. Rochford's with drawing from the contest. It was stipulated between Mr. Uunhford and Mr. Kirkpatriek that quo warranto proceedings should br instituted to ascertain who is the prosecuting attorney of the this county. It was furthermore stipulated that Judge Kennan, of Spokane, should hear the case on the afternoon of Feb. On Judge Kennan's arrival in Colville he was met by attorneys representing both sides. After investigating the authori ties on the point in dispute it was agreed that Mr. Kirkpatriek is the bualified prosecuting attorney of Stevens county. Mr. Kirkpatriak had filed his oath of office and bond. Mr. Roch ford contended...

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. — 11 February 1909

General Merchandise Mail Orders GixJen "Prompt Attention NEWPORT, NEWS OF THE RIVER Proposed Schedule Failed To Materialize. Str. Metaline Again in Service. The arrangement stated in last week's Miner by which the steamer Ruth was to be operated on the lower river and run to connect with the boats of the Pend Oreille River Navigation Company fell through Saturday, the owners of the Ruth deciding to run on same schedule used by the Ruth before the river froza up although a contract had been drawn up, accepted and signed by both parties to run ae reported bv The Miner. The information given by The Miner was secured from representatives of both lines and was based on the following signed agreement. - Newport, Wash., Feb. 4, 1909. We will'accept your proposition as per our conversation of even date, to run steamer Ruth in connection with your boat, leaving Newport after the arrival of the 9:20 I. & W. N. train, you to run your boat twenty-five miles or as near # half way as possible...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 11 February 1909

J. U. Phillips. frw. tflV. C. Moeser. Ist Vice "Pres. W. C. Latvrence. 2nd Vice "Pres. F, C. K.rat)se. Cashier, Fred Slet)ens. Assistant Cashier E. J. Lutz, J. A. JVobte, J. C. McDonald, Ceo. H. Bobier FOUR PER CENT. INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS Cbe IRcwport miner Thursday, Feb. 11, 1909. FREIJ L. WOLF, Editor and Publisher Kinerod In the postottice at Newport, Wash, melon as second class mail matter. ,■4IIHMJRIPTION PKIOE W. 50 BACH YEAR JUST AMONG OURSELVES Frank I). Crandall, expert watch maker. Something new anil pretty at Will- t iarns' furniture 9tore. Fine large office room for rent. In- quire First National Bank. tf •'Whipped Cream" Puffs every Sat urday evening at the Newport Bakery. C, K. Haflley and wife were among ( the Sandpoint visitors from Newport this week. Chief Engineer M. C. Smith, of the I. j & W. N., left Monday for a trip down liver. : When you want pickles, olives, celery, j cranberries, parsley or cabbage, call ; phone 38, City Market. , Daily delivery...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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