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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 4 March 1909

CLEANING UP SALE!! In order to make room for our New Spring Stock we will offer some excellent bargains FOR THE NEXT THIRTY DAYS Don't fail to look over these prices and take advantage of the bargains that we are offering $3,000 Stock of SHOES 1-3 OFF MACKINAW COATS All $7.00 coats now $5 All $6.00 coats now • $4 1-3 OFF ON ALL Wool Socks 1-3 OFF ON ALL Wool Skirts HULSEY & SHERMAN GILBERT MERCANT I L EL COMPANY'S OLD STAND CORRESPONDENCE Tiger Talk. Tiger, Wash., March 2, 1909. Tie Inspector Whitsel was down last week, applying his paint to about eleven hundred ties at Tiger. Mr. Durkee's men have com menced grading on the I. & W. N. right-of-way here. A dance was given at the Ren shaw hall Saturday evening. A very enjoyable time was reported. Another is talked of for March 17. Mrs. R. Greenamyer went to Newport Friday, returning Sunday. Harrv Brown has resigned his position in the cook house at Tiger. Mrs. J. W. Wooding was among Newport visitors Friday. There has been an ...

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. — 4 March 1909

Best Real Estate Bargain in Newport Cost of building house $1500 Twelve lots 2400 Well and chicken houses 500 $4400 $250 Acre tracts in Jaynes' Addition $250 The only acre tracts close in at this price. All the above property ad joins the Scott's Addition Good lots in the Jaynes' Addition selling for $100 TERMS Roosevelt Has Notable Record On the eve of his retirement from office President Roosevelt looks with supreme satisfaction over the accomplishment of his seven years of administration. He gives no post of honor to any one achievement, but he authorized a statement of those which he con siders the most important, as fol lows: "The navy of the United States has been more than doubled; it has now done what no other similar fleet of like size ever done, viz: Circumnavigated the globe; and it is also in far more efficient battle trim than when it started out a year ago. "No feat of quite such far-reach ing importance has been to the credit of this country in recent years as the Pan...

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. — 4 March 1909

Good flour per sack $1.30 "1 ore Best Hour per sack Cane sugar per one hundred lbs 6.20 Mains per pound Bacon per pound ° Shoulders per pound Three cans of corn Three cans of milk Three cans of String Beans 25 Peas per can Table Svrup per gallon 65c and Cooking Molasses, J gallon Cooking Molasses per gallon 1 Money per gallon A, - J " Three gallon keg of Sprup Five pounds best lard Ten pounds best lard Five pounds Cottolene Ten pounds Cottolene 1-40 Seven bars good Soap Six bars Sunny Monday Soap 25 Fels Naptha per bar 05 Bon Ami three for 2o Three pounds Gold Dust 20 NEWPORT, LOWER FREIGHT RATES Commerce Commission Favors Spokane s Contention. Will Benefit All This Territory Spokane and the Inland Empire coun try have just won a notable victory oyer the railroads. The Interstate Commerce Commission has decided that the unjust discrimination that has existed for years this section of the country in the matter of freight rates must cease. A flat reduction in the freight rates from Ch...

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 March 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 bvaslit Insured? 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 and 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 Cbc IHewport Hfliner Thursday, Mar 4, 1909. KRKI) L. WOLF, Editor and Publisher hnu*red in the postoffice at Newport, Wash, lunton as second class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE EACH YEAR JUST AMONG OURSELVES Frank I>. Cramlall, expert watch maker. Fine large office room for rent. In .luire First National Hank. tf Miss Carrie Schwab is here from Hill vard for a visit with home folks. "Whipped Cream" Puffs every Sat urday evening at the...

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 March 1909

BENSON ASSUMES GOVERNORSHIP CHAMBERLAIN RESIGNS TO BE COME SENATOR. STARTS FOR EAST SUNDAY Will Arrive in Washington for Inau guration Ceremonies of Taft and Sherman. Salem, Or., Mar. 1. —Governor '"hamberlain Saturday placed his signa'ion as governor in the hands iii .secretary, Mrs. C. B. Shelton, i tj<- delivered to Secretary of State Benson at the opening of office hours rhis morning. The resignation took effect at 12 o'clock midnight Sun day night, so that Benson might be come governor at the beginning of March 1. In fact he will not be governor until h • shall have taken the oath of office. In his resignation Governor Cham berlain expressed his thanks to Mr. Benson and other state officers for their courtesy and co-operation in official transactions. The Governor left Sunday morning for Washing ton, expecting to arrive there on March 4. • Before leaving Governor Chamber lain made a number of appoint ments, the most important being that of Representative C. L. Hawley, of Pol...

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 March 1909

WASHINGTON LEGISLATURE Coming Week of Session Finds Legislature With Much Work Unfinished. SESSION ENDS MARCH 11 Estimated Appropriations Will Ag gregate More Than $7,000,000, While Revenues Will Be About $1,300,000 —Will Probably Com promise on Loeal Option Bill— Labor Bills Get Small Consider ation —Will Not Kemove Capitol From Olympia. Olympia, March 2.—The legisla ture has now been in session, seven weeks, but, aside from the passage i,t the anti-racetrack gambling bill and the woman suffrage bill, little or 110 legislation of great importance !(j the state at large has been en acted. The session will close March 11, so but eight working days re main. Much may be accomplished daring the remaining days of the session, however, if both houses get down to systematic business-like methods and cut out the oratory. It is very evident that consider able pruning will be necessary to bring the appropriations within the estimated revenues of the state. Ap propriations and estimated needs ...

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 March 1909

New Spring Goods Our new spring: goods are arriving all the time and we will soon be in position to show you the finest stock of clothing, furnishings and shoes ever shown in this county. In our large stock of suits for Men, Boys, Youths and Children, you can find a suit to fit every size, from the smallest child to the largest man. SHIFTS We are opening up the finest line of Spring Shirts ever seen. Qualities, patterns and styles the finest ever seen in the shirt trade. A complete stock ol the A A Gordon Hat at fO.VV The finest colors and combination of colors ever shown in hosery is to be found in our spring assortment. We have a full line of hosiery for men women and children. NEWS OF OLD TOWN Graccio Bros, have rented the Ollison barber shop building and are now occu pying the same for residence purposes. Larson Bros, have constructed an ad dition to their saloon building. It is located on the north side of their prop erty. There is a considerable increase seen in the number of ...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 11 March 1909

VOLUME VIII TO BUILD CEMENT MILL M eta line To Have Big Portland Cement Industry. Start Construction Next Month Inning the past few months there j, , V( . been numerous reports regarding ,l„. acquiring of property in the neigh l„,i hon<l of Metaline for the establish ment of a large cement industry. All l»ul>lir-:itions regarding the matter have premature, though not without tiimdation. The following has l.t-fii given out for publication by Presi de ui 1 . A. Hlackwell, of the Idaho & Washington Northern Railroad, who is identified with the cement propositior>, and i* an exclusive story for Thk Miner. Hie Inland Empire Portland Cement capitalized at $1,000,000, with stock all subscribed at par, has been organ ized fur the purpose of establishing a cement mill in the vicinity of Metaline, I united in the Pend Oreille valley, 65 miles north of Newport. Interested in the company are a number of men con nected with the Lehigh Valley Port land Cement company of Allentown, Pe...

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 March 1909

CLEANING UP SALE!! In order to make room for our New Spring Stock we will offer some excellent bargains FOR THE NEXT THIRTY DAYS Don't fail to look over these prices and take advantage of the bargains that we are offering $3,000 Stock of SHOES 1-3 OFF MACKINAW COATS All $7.00 coats now . $5 All $6.00 coats now . $4 1-3 OFF ON ALL Wool Socks 1-3 OFF ON ALL Wool Skirts HULSEY & SHERMAN GILBERT MERCANTILE! COMPANY'S OLD STAND " — - " — CORRESPONDENCE Priest River Elworth Wood, who is going to college in Spokane, visited his folks over Sunday. H. B. Gumaer was down to New port on business Saturday. John Gowanlock was in Newport on business last Friday. Miss Pearl Morrow, of Spirit Lake, spent Sunday with F. A. Dodge and family. Mrs. Gallop, who has been on the sick list for a few months, is very much improved in health. Mrs. Arthur Stover is a Spokane visitor for a few days. A few of the young folk gathered at the home of C. I. Mears to sur prise Leonard. They spent the evening in p...

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

DO YOU WANT TO MAKE $25.00? Acre Tracts IN th s e^ y plou£°o™ have $225 Per Acre The only acre tracts near the business center that can be purchased for this price. Plenty of water all the year. Good soil. Ideal for chicken ranch. TERMS The Dike Election At the diking district election, held in the New Hope school house Saturday, there were 20 votes cast for creation of Diking District No. •J and 1 vote against. O. A. Onsrud, D. E. Rice and .Joshua Beeman were elected dis trict commissioners. O. A. Onsrud is a member of the railroad con tracting firm of Jones h Onsrud of l ! «k, and is a large property owner in the district. D. E. Rice is also a large property owner in the dis trict, but resides in Spokane. Joshua Beeman is an old and w r ell known farmer of tne valley and owns some 800 acres in the dis trict. There was quite a jangle over the election. C. G. Holmes, E. C. Rider and Joe Davis were the leaders in the opposition to the creation of the diking district. Mr. Holmes, find...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 11 March 1909

Good Hour per sack Best flour per sack Cane sugar per one hundred lbs 6.25 liains per pound Bacon per pound Shoulders per pound Three cans of corn _ Three cans of milk 25 Three cans of String Beans Peas per can Table Syrup per gallon 05c and Cooking Molasses, \ gallon 25 Cooking Molasses per gallon ™ Honey per gallon Three gallon keg <>f Sprup Five pounds best lard Ten pounds best lard _ Five pounds Cottolene Ten pounds Cottolene Seven bars good Soap Six bars Sunny Monday Soap 2o Fels Naptha }>er bar Bon Ami three for Three pounds Gold Dust 20 NEWPORT, Hearing Land Cases l\ S. Commissioner S. \Y Rogers 011 Monday began the hearing of the rases instituted bv the National Forest office!s against homesteaders in the LcClerc Creek basin, on the west side of the Pend Oreille river in Townships and 37, Range 4.">. Most of these homestead ers had made final proof on their claims but during the past few months adyerse reports against the granting of patents have been filed by th...

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

CAPITAL $25,000 OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS 7, tr. "Phillips. Tres. W. C. Moeser. Ist Vice Tres. W. C. Latvrence. 2nd Vice Tres. F. C. K.ra%)se, Cashier. Fred Stevens. Assistant Cashier J. Lutx, J. A. JSoble, J. C. McDonald, Ceo. H. Hobier POUR PER CENT. INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS y-OVR "BX/SIJSESS Che IRevvport HTliner Thursday, Mar. 11, 1909. h'KKD L. WOLF, Kditor and Publisher Kutered In the postoflioe at Newport, Wash. „i<roii as second class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICK »1.50 BACH YEAR JUST AMONG OURSELVES See Crandall for watches. Everything that is good to eat at the Newport Bakery. Mr. and Mrs. Barquin are visiting iriends at Sandpoint this week. A girl baby was born last week to Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Maine, of Spirit Valley. FOR RENT—IO-room house on Scott aye. Inquire of Mrs. Scott at Cottage Mouse. 37-tf FOR SALE—3i-in. Newton wagon and set of work harness. Enquire F. H. Krauter. Dr. Boudwin is sporting a new driving horse purchased for him by Veterinary Heldring at Pul...

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. — 11 March 1909

COMMISSION SAYS RATES ARE HIGH SPOKANE ANI) COAST POINTS DESERVE REDUCTIONS. CASE IS FULLY REVIEWED Text of Decision by Commission Is Exhaustive —Hill Railways Are Hard Hit. Portland, Or., March 9. —One of the most important rate decisions rendered in years is that just an nounced by the interstate commerce commission in the Spokane rate case. The decision is regarded as a far reaching one and is believed to mark an epoch in rate regulation in the United States. It is predicted that the recent decision of the commis sion will overturn the present rate system west of the Missouri river and cause a general readjustment of raMroad tariffs between that waterway and the Pacific Coast. That the rates of the railroads are too high seems to be the key note of Ihe decision. The commis sion orders a reduction of 16 2-3 per cent in class rates from the Middle West to Spokane, and it is seen that the effect of the decision will be to lower rates t) Coast ter minals as well. However, the theory ...

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 March 1909

Land Bargains YOU WILL get good returns from the money invested in the right kind of Farm Prop erty. If you invest in Pend Oreille Valley Fruit, Grain, Hay and Stock ranches you will make money faster than by putting it out at interest. We have a large list from which to make a selection. Our acquaintance and long residence in this section make our services and advice of great value to the homeseeker and investor. No other place offers such great oppor tunities to secure a ranch for a mod erate amount of mnney and where it will grow into more money for you. We can supply your wants from one acre to a thousand. 5 ACRES on Pend Oreille river, 6 miles north of Newport. Good soil tine location, price $250, 8 ACRES. River frontage. Rail way at door. Daily boat service. Near school. Make good chicken ranch or truck farm. $800. Terms. S ACRES. Fine orchard land. Cleared and plowed. Fenced. On main road, 1 mile from Newport. $750. down. 10 ACRES. Near Newport Cleared and fenced. 3 acres 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. — 11 March 1909

A £>oo(l assortment of these new f A shades, also the staple goods we [() / # «J\/ show from | . Select your suit while the assortment is complete NEWS OF OLD TOWN The ten-round go between Ed Cuff and Jack McHale, at tlie Spokane bar Friday evening, proved a rather tame affair. Cuff bad great difficulty In keeping McHale on his feet until the ten rounds had been completed. An effort will be made by some of the Old Town sports to pull off here a fight to a finish between l>r. Holler, Seattle's well known athlete, and "Boomer" Weeks, of Spokane. It is said that the two are anxious to get together and they may be induced to consider Old Town as a likely place to hold the event. Weeks was in town Tuesday looking over the prospects. Ed Anderson, a laborer employed at the Morrissev camp just north of town, died at the company hospital in Old Town Friday. Anderson was about .45 years old and had been at the hospital nearly two months suffering iroui tuber culosis. He was buried Wedne...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 18 March 1909

VOLUME VIII USING THE NEW BRIDGE Great Northern Track Revision About Completed. f id* Been in Progress Two Years When the Great Northern Oriental Limited ea&tbound passed over the hiidge at Albeni Kalis this aiternoon, the bridge which has done service since the: road was built sixteen years ago was abandoned and the new bridge placed in -t- rv ice. For over two years the work of track levision lias been going on at this place, and with the connecting up of the track ;tt both ends of the new bridge, which Has done after the passing of No. 2 to ■ tay the work is practically completed. In order to make this revision several tin lid red yards of rock cut were made, also a fill three-quarters of a mile long, which required nearly a million yards of dirt. By this revision sharp curves are j eliminated, the track shortened and; j cades cut down. (ieorge Cooke Sons, of Minneapolis, ! had the contract for the building of the piers for the new bridge. Their work should have been complete...

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 March 1909

Usk Trading Company ESTABLISHED 188© The pioneer store of the Calispell Valley continues to do busi ness witn a large stock of GENERAL MERCHANDISE We can supply most any want and if we have not just what you are looking for will order and get it for you. USK, CORRESPONDENCE Calispel Nick Appel and Lewis LaForce made a trip to Newport on business Monday.and Tuesday. George Appel and Lewis LaForce are working on Emmett Desart's house this week. Mrs. W. J. Desart and Emmett Desart had contest papers served on their homestead Tuesday by A. S. Weeks, of Spokane. The con testee alleges that said laud is not agricultural in character; that the same is covered with the waters of swampy lake, not susceptible of being cultivated for any character of plants or vegetables or grain, and the same cannot be walked on or traveled over; that there are no buildings thereon, and that the same is uninhabitable by reason of its character. They are notified to appear before the register at Spokane April ...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 18 March 1909

County Commissioners The board of county commis sioners in February session trans ...-ttd the following business: Auditor ordered to draw warrant r - lfS t Monday of each month for £100 in favor S. Douglas as deputy ()r08 ecuting attorney. Order approving Dick's Parkside addition to Kettle Falls, approved April 8, 1908, is hereby cancelled, because part of the property in said plat is included in Holly addition, which has never been vacated. Hoard passed resolution against pa-sage of house bill 137, which creates a state game commission, believing that the counties, through their officers, are amply able to protect the game. Plat of Plantations approved. Contract awarded to J. L. Bay lev for 82.99 per linear foot to construct a 128-pile bridge across Chamokane creek. County engineer ordered to fur nish assessor a blue print of each new plat when accepted by the commissioners. Petition of P. C. McMillan to vacate Forest avenue in Kettle Falls; date of hearing set for April 3 p. m. It...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 18 March 1909

Good flour per sack $1.30 Best flour per sack 1*35 Cane sugar per one hundred lbs 6.25 Hams per pound " * , ir. Bacon per pound lo Shoulders per pound * 1* Three cans of corn 2o Three cans of milk -2° Three cans of String Beans 25 Peas per can Table Svrup per gallon 65c and (Joking Molasses, I gallon 25 (booking Molasses per gallon 50 Honey per gallon 1-2° Three gallon keg of Sprup I*so Five pounds best lard Ten pounds best lard I*3o Five pounds Cottolene 70 Ten pounds Cottolene ' 1-40 Seven bars good Soap 2o •Six bars Sunny Monday Soap 25 Fels Naptba per bar 05 lion Ami three for 2o Three pounds Gold Dust 20 NEWPORT, ADDITIONAL LOCAL Fresh bread, pies and rakes daily at the Newport Bakery. For high grade men's and boys' shoes go to Gust Anderson's store. I offer for sale the best building lot in Scott's Addition. Roy Wimber. Deputy Sheriff Ledgerwood, of <ol ville, was in Newport Saturday and Sunday transacting official business. FOR SALE—A six-hole kitchen range, with good rese...

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

OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS J, U. 'Phillips, "Pres. TO. C. Moeser, Ist Vice Pres. W. C. Latvrence. 2nd Vice Pres. JF\ C. K.ra*)se, Cashier. Fred JTtextens. Assistant Cashier E. J. Lutz, J. A. Sioble, J. C. McDonald, Geo. H. FOUR PER CENT. INTEREST PAID ON y-OWR "BVSIJSESS SOLICITED dbe IRewport I¥liner Thursday, Mar. 18, 1909. FRED L. WOLF, Editor and Publisher Kntered in the postoffice at Newport, Wash, mxtou as second class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE *1.50 EACH YEAR JUST AMONG OURSELVES Everything that is good to eat at the Newport Bakery. H.J. Anderson was a business visitor at Spokane Tuesday. FOR RENT —10-room house on Scott :tye. Inquire of Mrs. Scott at Cottage House. 37-tf FOR SALE —3±-in. New ton wagon and set of work harness. Enquire F. H. Krauter. Gary-Sheldon Go. for Men's and Boys' Fine Clothing. Walter Rogers was at Colvilleon Mon day and Tuesday on legal business in superior court. Buff Orpington eggs, $1 per setting of 15; $6 per 100. V. P. Brown, Newport, Wash. A fu...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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