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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 11 February 1909

GREAT MID-WINTER RECREATION WEEK Lee McClellen Dramatic One Entire Week, Commencing on Monday, Feb., 15th GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY This will be the chance of a lifetime for the farmers to come to town to spend an evening and enjoy ft first class play by an A No. 1 Co. You can't afford to miss it. Read These Great Attractions of the Week: Monday--- 4 'Down East" [Mr. Yankee Doodle.] Tuesday=-= 44 The Gam bler, " Wednesday---"The Battle of Life." Thursday--- 4 'Tennessee's Partner." Friday--- 44 The Girl of the Golden West." Saturday--- 44 My Uncle FronvNew York." Saturday Matinee--- 44 East Lynne." Ladies Free Monday Night. Seats now selling at Adam's Pharmacy. Ladies can secure reserved seat checks now at Adam's Pharmacy. Any seat absolutely free to ladies Monday night. Be sure and get them early. GRADING UP THE HERD. Every farmer after careful investi gation should decide what breed of cows will be best for Its particular purpose, and then as far as possible he should breed up to the sta...

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. — 11 February 1909

1 LEGUME Main Issues of the Session Are Making Progress in Both Houses. RANGES IN CRIMINAL CODE yotii Houses Pass Anti-Racetrack ( ltt iiiL'liiig bill—Newspapers Are Not Permited to Print Murder Stories Before Trials—Governor 11* v Would Shift State Institutions .—Would Add Two Judges to Su preme Bench —Trainmen Want a Standard Size Caboose. Olympia. Feb. 9. —With almost half of the 11th session of the Wash ington legislature gone, the record of laws enacted includes only five bills signed by the governor, four of which carry appropriations. One appropriates $85,000 to de fray general legislative expenses; uue appropriates $10,000 for legisla tive printing; a third appropriates $1617 for the insurance commission er's office and another a seal for the same office, while the fifth continues appropriation for the Alaska-Yukon pacific Exposition. The senate has passed 18 senate bills and the house has passed 27 house bills. The senate has received 111 new bills and the house 203. The tw...

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. — 11 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 (lor don Fancies will be the big seller this spring. <iet onto the Bandwagon. (>ur stock contains all the new est shapes and colors known to the hat world. Gordon Hat quality is proof against wear and weather. (lor don styles proof against AA criticism. Price NEWS OF OLD TOWN Affairs have been pretty lively in gunning circles 011 this side of the line during the past week. As a result three men are incarcerated in the jail. They were arrested by Constable Xewsome and have had their hearings. Thomas Brockway, one of the trio tried to raise the roof off the house occupied bv Ida McXeilley. He has a gun that lie had borrowed from a saloon man. The gun was recovered and re turned to the owner. Brockway was given :J0 days in 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. — 18 February 1909

VOLUME VIII MORE ROOM NEEDED Newport Schools Overcrowded by Growth of Town. Statement of District's Finances. School district No. 115, Newport ami contiguous territory, is up against the proposition of providing more school room facilities. The enrollment lias in creased rapidly during the uaat year and tin* rooms are now crowded to the limit. The growth of the town is such that at Ihe present rate it will be rui utter im |nis"ibilit.y to handle with the piesent building the children who will mi ni isnion next fall. The directors of the district have heen considerintf the matter for some time .mil have ascertained from County Treasurer Adams, the financial condi tion of the district, in order to determine what can he done in the way of raising money by bonding for the purpose of providing additional facilities. Mr. Adam reports as follows on the condi tion of the district on Jan. 21: • ieiieral fund warrants registered and outstanding $14,90.~> 04 < hsli on hand.. 770 82 Net i...

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. — 18 February 1909

A MESSAGE TO HOME SEEKERS Come where land is cheap, climate superb, and up 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 conditions. We have miles of river frontage with beautiful scenery, splendid fishing", boating, drives and shady retreats. Purest air and water. In fact, almost everything for pleasure and protit. We have an abundance of timber, broad fertile valleys and plenty of good bench land. Just 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 grown. Hvery 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]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 18 February 1909

Beautiful Level Lots, 50x136—5100 SUBIRRIGATED 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 Exposition Will Be Ready on Time Seattle, Feb. 15. '09. —With near ly four months to go to the open ing day, the Alaaka-Yukon-Pacific Exposition is ninety per cent com plete in its every detail. It could he ready for the public a month before the day announced, but the extra thirty days will be given over to the perfection of exhibits and the testing out of the thousand and one utilities, so that, once the big .-how is on there will be no hitches or interruptions of any kind. The four magnificent buildings for the government exhibits were the last begun, but they are now, to all intents and purposes, com plete. A fortnight will see the in stallation of the Philippine and Hawaiian exhibits, and thirty days will see the fisheries show in place under the palace that has ...

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. — 18 February 1909

General Merchandise Mail Orders Gi-Ven Trcmpi Attention NEWPORT, INSTITUTE NEW LODGE Chapter of Eastern Star Organ- ized Thursday Evening. Spokane Ladies Newport Visitors Last Thursday evening Zillah Chap ter, of the Order of the Eastern Star, the ladies' auxilliary of the Masonic wider, was instituted at \ awter flail. The work of instituting the new chap ter was performed by Judge L. LL Ken nan, of Spokane, < <rand Worthy Patron of the State, assisted by Worthy I'atron G. \V. So miners, of the Spokane chap ter, and about 1 ; "> of the sisters from the city. The floor work of the Spokane ladies is highly complimented, as is also the singing of their quartet and that of Mrs. MacF.rchran, who has on previous occasions delighted Newport audiences. After the work of instituting the chap ter and installing the officers, refresh ments were served at the hall, and it >\as an early hour before the assem blage broke up, after having spent a most pleasant and profitable evening. ...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 18 February 1909

OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS J. V. Thillips. PrM. W. c. Moeser. Ist Vice Pres. W. C. Latvrence. 2nd Vice Tres. F. C. KraxJse. Cashier. Fred Siemens. Assistant Cashier E. J. Lutx, J. -A. JWoble, J. C. McDonald, Ceo. H FOUR PER CENT. INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS yOWR B l/SIJSESS SOLICITED £be IRcwport miner Thursday, Feb. IS, 1009. 1KK1» 1.. WOLF, Editor and Publisher Entered in the postoftice at Newport, Wash, iiinton as second class mail matter. subscription price each year JUST AMONG OURSELVES Km * A price at Cary-Sheldon Co. Frank I). Crandall, expert watch maker. Something new and pretty at Will iams' furniture store. Fine large office room for rent. In quire First National Bank. tf U. S. Anderson and wile, of Blueslide, were in the city Wednesday. "'Whipped Cream" Puffs every Sat urday evening at the Newport Bakery. A boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Finley, of Penrith on Saturday. Mrs. R. C. Moter and granddaughter went to Spokane on Thursday to Winnie Moter. John Locke and Famil...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 18 February 1909

Scraps' Christmas By FRANK H. SWEET. Copyright, ISK/7, by K. H. Sweet. IT was in the Old Indies' home. One day Miss Virginia went to her sister with a stern face. "Adelaide"' she said, "where's uiy gold pin?" "Have you looked In your best dress, Virginia? You might have left it there." "I never did such a thing," answered her slater, "hut I'll look." She went t«> Ihe closet just as Mrs. Slocum and Mrs. Perkins entered the room. With her head among the dresses she did not hear them. "No, it ain't here, Adelaide!" she called. "What ain't? What's the matter?" cried Mrs. Perkins, looking from Miss Adelaide's frightened face to Miss Virginia's grim one. "Have you lost something?" "I can't tind my pin," she said cold ly. "I suppose I've mislaid it, that's all." "Miss Virginia, you don't mean you can't tind that gold pin! Here comes Miss Pratt. Miss Pratt, poor Miss Virginia has lost her gold pin. Least ways she. says she's lost it, hut. there's other things besides losings." Miss Virgi...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 18 February 1909

[HE LEGISLATURE Qver 500 Bills Are Before the Senate and House With Few Acted On. LOCAL OPTION BILL MAY PASS Commute Likely to Offer a Number Amendments to Criminal Code, legislators Would Free Candi- From All Pledges—Acting governor Hay Would Close One Is urinal School — Anti-liacetrack tumbling Hill Now a Law. Olyinpia, Feb. 16. —When the leg- Islature convened Monday afternoon it bad -j days of business ahead of K, for ou March 11, at midnight, it will have to close under provision of the law. With practically a week ha if the session gone, the actual yvurk of ihe lawmakers is infinitely uuimportaut. The first bill passed provided for the payment of the ex pense of the session and four other appropriation bills followed. Aside from these bills, but three measures have been passed and presented to the governor, rhe most important of which is the anti-racetrack gambling bill. Local option has been passed 1u the house, and is now before the senate. The eigllt-hour day for WO - bill ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 18 February 1909

Are You Going to Travel? "Strong Made" Trunks, Suit Cases or Bags The best line of high grade traveling goods ever shown in this city A few genuine leather bags with cloth or leather lining, good shapes and sizes $6.00 to Our trunks are madk of a three ply veneer frame covered j with a heavy canvas bound with oak slats, with heavy brass bum- \ pers on the corners, steel rivited instead of nailed. An extra tray in most every one, both straps and bots. Price $8.50 to A full line of telescopes at 45 cents to NEWS OF OLD TOWN A tight, over a woman occurred in a restaurant on Tuesday night, One of the proprietors of the place resented the attentions of a rival to his lady love and "mixed up," getting the worst of the deal. "Big Bob," a colored porter at one of the New Town saloons, mixed up with a Sweede railroad man at one of the local saloons last night. Bob's fist lan ded on the Sweede's jaw and the rail roader went to the floor. It was several minutes before the Sweede came to. Meant...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 25 February 1909

VOLUME Vlll CLUB GETTING BUSY Interesting Meeting Discussed Live Topics. Advertising Leaflet is Published \t the meeting of the Commercial i in!) Tuesday evening several live topics ~i interest to the people of Newport were up for discussion. The tire of Sundav morning brought ~111 further agitation for the organiza tion of a trained volunteer fire depart ment :t11• I a meeting at the <'itv Hall on I ritlay evening. Feb. 20, was called. A f iiii in it tee connoting of Dr. • s ul herland, In. 1 loud win and David Caldwell was :iii[htinted to arouse interesL in the mat in and get out as many as possible to the meeting. The need of a volunteer department is felt by all, and it is to he Imped that something , may come from this attempt at organization. A letter from 11. W. Sparks, county commissioner in charge of exhibits for ihe Alaska-Yukon.Pacific Exposition, i.-ad, expressing a desire to meet with the Commercial Club to arrange for rep resentation from this vieiuity. A spe cial m...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 25 February 1909

A MESSAGE TO JIOME Come where land is cheap, climate superb, 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 conditions. We have miles of river frontage with beautiful scenery, splendid fishing, boating, drives and shady 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. Just the place to raise wheat, barley, oats, rye, clover and hay- No better place for apples, orchards, strawberries and small fruits, burpasses all other parts of state in size and flavor of potatoes and all root crops grown. 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 next two o...

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. — 25 February 1909

Beautiful Level Lots, 50x136—5100 SUBIRRIGATED 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 Miniature Production of Stevens County 11. \\*. Sparks, who will have charge of the Stevens county ex hibit at the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific exposition, met with the Northport Hoard of Trade Monday night, when the matter of preparing ex hibit* was gone into in detail. Mr. Sparks proposed a novel idea for displaying the topography of Stev ens county by arranging a model profile done in clay and showing the rivers, lakes, mountains, val leys, towns and highways as true to lite as it possible for artists to execute on the space assigned for this purpose. This model map of the county will command one full side of the booth, which is 20 feet in length. The whole will have the true coloring of nature, green valleys, timbered mountains or chards, farms and cattle on the hillside...

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. — 25 February 1909

General Merchandise Mail Orders Gi-Ven Prompt Attention NEWPORT, Given Penitentiary Sentence Failing utterly to take xdvantage of every opportunity given 1» f-r to change froin her wayward career, maintaining an affected air of haughty indifference, and with apparent disregard for the predicament she is in, Mrs, It. G. Dan iels, better known in Newport as Wini fred Moter, was sentenced by Judge Hinkle Tuesday morning to the peni tentiary for a period of one to five years, j The woman forged the name of R. G.l Daniels, her husband of a day, to a j check for $300, getting in exchange for the paper *00 worth of millinery and the balance in cash. Two weeks ago she pleaded guilty to the charge of obtaining money under false pretense, which gave the court discretion to pass j a jail or a penitentiary sentence. At that time Deputy Prosecuting At torney W. C. Donovan stated that lie was not ready to recommend leniency for the girl, but asked that sentence be | suspended until he could make ...

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. — 25 February 1909

WHEN A FIRE OCCURS In a town the first question everybody asks is, WAS IT INSURED? This is an important question, "but even more important is the question In XOhat Company tvas it Insured? We are Agents for the Royal Insurance Company, the largest company on earth. The Hartfoed Fire Insurance Company, the largest cympany in the United States. German American. Protector Under writers. London aftd Lancashire. Orient, New Zealand. St. Paul Fire and Marine. Mercantile. Pennsylvania Fire Insurance Company, and a number of other reputable companies. LOSSES ARE PROMPTLY SETTLED Cbe IRewport miner Thursday, Feb. 25, 190 ( J. FRED L. WOI.F, Editor and Publisher Kntered in the postoftice at Newport, Wash, uutoii as second class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE »1..">0 EACH YEAR JUST AMONG OURSELVES Outing sc, Gary-Sheldon Go. Frank D. Crandall, expert watch- i maker. Mr. and Mrs. B. M. LeFevre are Spo- j kane visitors to-dav. Fine large office room for rent. In quire First National Bank. tf...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 25 February 1909

John R_ossiter's Christmas Present. By GEORGE H. PICARD. Copyright, 1900, by G. 11. Picard. WHEN Allen Armitage die<l, which lit* did suddenly on his sixtieth birtliday, everybody wondered what would become of Janet —pretty, irre sponsible Janet, his young wife. She had been Armitage's wife since liei eighteenth birthday. He had not made up his mind to marry until lie was past fifty. Although he was sufficiently alert as* to the main chance in business deal ings, Armitage had not been marked ly successful in his ventures. Ihe year before ills death he discovered a promising bed of tire clay on a piece of land which he owned on the out skirts of the village, and he made tip his mind to exploit it to his own ad vantage. He had little ready money, and he mortgaged his real estate to the limit to obtain the means to float the enterprise. Before it began to yield an appreciable return he was beyond tlie need of it. It was a prom ising undertaking—all Crosskill admit ted it—but that di...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 25 February 1909

WASHINGTON LEGISLATURE Over 651 Bills Are Introduced, but Only 13 Have Passed Both Houses. MUCH TIME THROWN AWAY hit Two Weeks More Remain for j ,dv> makers to Act—Hard Fight ou Local Option—lnsurance Fees to Be Paid Into State Treasury— ix-unkards and Criminal Insane prohibited From Marrying—Crim inal (. ode Changed—Divide Doug las* County and Name Southern Half Grant. Olympia, Feb. 23.—1f it is con ceded that the fewer laws passed the better for the state, then the pres ent session may be considered a suc cess, for thus far but 13 bills have passed the legislature, although 651 have beeu introduced. Six weeks of the session have gone by and prac tically no important measures have been passed. This condition is due largely to the absorbing character of rLe local option fight, the tendency to adjourn on slight provocation and the disposition to engage in lengthy debutes over minor measures. Adjournment has been taken nearly every Friday of the session until Monday. With an immens...

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. — 25 February 1909

are the kipon Gloves. For fitting qualities and wearing qualities these goods cannot be equaled. They are all selected stacks, running even in weight, color and flexibility. New stock of these goods jtst in. .\n. jijfyo 'J'ije Fame glove air I be C/\ h,b<• ve in the short length. Price No. 2104. A smoked horse hide gaunt let. Heavy weight. Jieat and "7C water proof. Price., ... I%J So, 2] OS. Same glove an the C/l above in wriirt length. Pric.e No. 2Jo*. Same stock a« the above, with an extra, large gauntlet of "7C pressed leather. Price *pi» f%J NEWS OF OLD TOWN Constable New some wag at Kami point Wednesday taking to the Bonnercounty jail Ed Bryant given 15 days in jail for being drunk and disorderly. Messers. Eraser and Jeiiry, of Spirit Lake ate building a saloon addition to the Ida McNeilly resort. Early Sunday morning a laborer on the railroad construction work was beaten up and robbed in a room at the Palace Hotel and bar. Davis had re cently received his time check of whi...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 4 March 1909

The Newport Miner VOLUME VIII NEW ELECTRIC PLANT Flynn Bros, to Install a Modernly Equipped Plant- Four Times as Large as at Present The Newport electric lighting plant, j owned by Flynn Bros., of Newport, will he rebuilt and enlarged within the next' three months. The owners have made J arrangements with eastern parties who have recently visited Newport, for all the backing necessary to increase tlie :ui<l capacity of the plant. The eastern people were greatly ! pleased with the appearance uf the town iml predicted a large growth for New port within the next few years. They stated that they were ready to furnish all of the money necessary for the con templated improvements which are to he made and which will be of a sufficient magnitude to supply the wants of a city I oi twice the present size of Newport. The Flynns have made partial ar rangements for the construction of an j entirely new plant, and work will be I -tarted within the next month on the construction of new building...

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