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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 18 March 1909

EXTRA OREGON SESSION MEETS MEMBERS DIVIDED OVER INJEC TION OF NEW MATTER. GOVERNOR'S MESSAGE READ Both Houses Hold Joint Session to Hear Governor Benson's Message Read. Salem, Or., MarcH 15. —Oregon's legislature assembled in extraordi nary session Monday, called by Gov ernor Benson to correct errors oc curring in enrolling bills in the re cent regular session. It developed early that there would be an at tempt to inject new matter, and on this line the members were sharply divided. The organization of the regular session was adopted by resolution as the organization of the special ses sion, the senators held a joint ses sion with the house to hear the Gov ernor's message. Governor Benson on being introduced received an ova tion, for which he heartily thanked the members in a ~ew phrases and asked that they hold up his hands. Governor Benson said in his mes sage that the principal reason for calling the legislature together at this time is due to the unintentional failure of the bie...

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. — 18 March 1909

Bargains In YOU WILL get good returns from the money invested in the right kind of Farm Prop erty. It 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 nid 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 crate 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 line 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. 5 ACRES. Fine orchard land. Cleared and plowed. Fenced. On main road, 1 mile from Newport. $750. i 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. — 18 March 1909

"GOOD FOR BAD BOYS" SHOES We are always looking for something better and we have now the best shoe for boys, possible, to produce. This is the famous "GOOD FOR BAD BOYS" SHOES Infants and Children's Shoes and Oxfords We have a complete line of Shoes and oxfords for Children in Black, Tan and Oxbloods, Turns or McKays We have received compliments from our customers upon the quality and service of this line of shoes during the past two seasons and are confident everyone will be well pleased with our much larger assortment this season- All sizes and prices. TOWN COUNCIL IS BUSY Is Undertaking Gonsiderble New Legislation. Street Improvements Petitioned The town council met in regular sess- ! ion Tuesday evening, all member pres- j ent except Hynes who was out of town. ; A large amount of new business was j brought before the council and from the i work that is being mapped out it is evi- ! dent that the office of councilman is not j a sinecure. The mayor's message of the evening | was i...

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. — 25 March 1909

The Newport Miner VOLUME VIII NEWS OF THE MINES ftornite Property Looks Good to the Officers Metaiine Interests Awakening I till ing past, week President Feise, Secretary King and Director Schilling have visited the Bornite property, about loin miles north of town. The Bornite , M located about half way between Mc- Moi ran's landing and the Brown ranch, the entrance to the tunnel being only •about 100 feet from the county road. Hk, tunnel is in about 600 feet. Xew -teel rails are being laid, which will j facilitate the work of getting out j material. The company owns about' imii acres of patented ground, through j which there runs a small stream with j sufficient fall and water to generate all: the power needed for the operation of i the mine. The office*s of the company have been exceedingly reticent up to this time about giving out information concern ing the property. They feel now that thev have a mine and are enthusiastic .iver the prospects. The ledge is three teet wide with w...

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. — 25 March 1909

Usk Trading Company ESTABLISH ED 1886 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 Priest River Frank Long and Homer Red mond went up to Laclede to a dance Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne McQuary are the happy parents of a fine baby boy. It was born last Wed nesday. Claud Merritt, who has been working in the mill at Colburn, came home Monday. Bob Gumaer, of Sandpoint, came home to spend Sunday with his folks. A. Brazeau, of Newport, was in town on business Friday. Mrs. Mcintosh and daughter Catherine visited at Albany Falls last Saturday. Mrs. Arthur Stover and Mrs. Potter Amos were Newport visitors last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. James Runk were in Spokane on business last week. Many of the Priest River people walked down to the falls to see the new bridge. It is a fine one. Mrs. James Judge a...

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 March 1909

haul Trains With Electric Locomotives The completion of four big elec rru locomotives for the Great Northern Railway marks a new t vent in the history of electric trac . ..ii in America, as it means the „ r ~f the three-phase system for v\tvv traffic work, as well as the kr-t attempt to handle the entire Traffic on a main trunk line with electric power. {"he Cascade tunnel, in the heart ,i the Cascade mountains. Wash illt!n>n, <>n the Great Northern main ut . t i* miles in length, and the intention is to operate all pas y-ncrer and freight trains through this tunnel, as well as in the two v:tr«ls at each end of the tunnel by j I lectric power. The plan consists j ~t tiic development of a water j power of 7500 horse power in Turn-! Wit u*r canyon. The power plant is j located on the Wenatcnee river, j hbout three miles west of i I -r a\ en worth, and the electricity is transmitted about 30 miles to the tunnel. The approximate cost of the work ju $1,250,000, and it will be th...

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 March 1909

Good flour per sack '• Beet flour per sack "*• Cane sugar per one hum!red lbs 6.25 Hams per pound J* Bacon per pound Shoulders per pound " .Three cans of corn Three cans of milk Three cans of String Beans 25 Peas per can Table Syrup per gallon 65c and 7i j Cooking Molasses, !• gallon 25 Cooking Molasses per gallon Honey per gallon Three gallon keg of Sprup 1 - 5^ Five pounds best lard Ten pounds best lard Five pounds Cottolene Ten pounds Cottolene OK Seven bars good Soap Six bars Sunny Monday Soap 25 Fels Naptha per bar Bon Ami three for Three pounds Gold Dust 20 NEWPORT, ADDITIONAL LOCAL Banker Krause was a Spokane visitor on business Tuesday. WANTED —To buy a good fresh milch cow. Inquire at the Cottage House. FOUND —A watch and fob chain. Owner can have same by paying for this ad. R. S. Anderson. There will be a street meeting in New port Saturday at 7 p. m. preceding the service in the Methodst church. The Fidelity planer resumed opera tions Wednesday afternoon and they expect t...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 25 March 1909

CAPITAL $25,000 OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS J. C. Phillips. 'Pres. W. C. Moeser. Ist Vice Pres. W. C. Laturence. 2nd Vice Pres. F. C. Kratfse. Cashier. Fred -Stex)ens. Assistant Cashier E. J• L,utz, J. -A. J. C. McDonald, Ceo. H. 'Bobier four per cent, interest paid on TIME DEPOSITS y-QVR SX/SIJSESS SOLICITED Che IRcwport miner Thursday, Mar. 25, 1909. FRED L. WOLF, Editor and Publisher Kntered in thepostoffice at Newport, Wash. Hilton as second class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE *1.50 EACH YEAR JUST AMONG OURSELVES Kverything that is good to eat at the Newport Bakery. jerry Desart has sold his property on Warren avenue to J. B. Tarbet, of Pen rith. Good flour, per sack 7 $1.15. home Grocery. Buff Orpington eggs, $1 per setting of 10; $6 p»»r 100. V. P. Brown. Newport, Wash. There will be Catholic, services at Kelly's Hall on Palm Sunday April 4th at 9:00 a.m. A full line of the latest oxfords for ladies and gentlemen just received. Hulsey it Sherman. W. M. Bums, of Spokane, a member ...

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. — 25 March 1909

WMSHIN6TON NOTES Vancouyer—Because his sweet heart had rejected htm, James Mur phy, aged 30, of Seattle attempted suicide in. a local hotel. Tacoma —Frank Harrigan, former ly conductor on the interurban rail road has been given a verdict of $6,500 in the federal court on a per sonal injury suit. Chehalis—James M. Page, a print er, who had been employed in Che halis three years, committed suicide last week, by drinking carbolic acid. Despondency was induced by dissi pation. Montesano—Sheriff Kd Payette announces he wil start a rogues' gal lery for Chehalis county. He pro poses also to keep a record of the measurements of all crooks that come under his supervision. Olympia—Superior Judge Huneke, of Spokane county, has been cited by the supreme court to show cause here Friday next why he has pro hibited the prosecuting attorney from taking stenographic notes of Spokane grand jury proceedings. Dayton—Bishop Wells, of Spo kane, and Rev. F. M. Baum, of Day ton, have founded a trinity miss...

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. — 25 March 1909

Bargains In 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 it i 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. S 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 ...

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 March 1909

"GOOD FOR BAD BOYS" SHOES We are always looking for something: better and we have now the best shoe for boys, possible to produce. This is the famous GOOD FOR BAD, -BOYS" SHOES —- Infants and Children's Shoes and Oxfords We Have received compliments from our customers upon the quality and service of this line of shoes during the past two seasons and are confident everyone will be well pleased with our much larger assortment this season- All sizes and prices. NEWS OF OLD TOWN Mrs. Anna Quick, formerly proprietor of the Newport Hotel, has gone to Southern Idaho to consult a cancer spe cialist. She was accompanied by her daughter and the latter's husband, Amos (-oilier. Mrs. Quick has hopes that her new physician will be able to complete a cure. •, Robins have been heard singing the past few mornings of the Idaho side of the line. These harbingers of spring are always are always welcome, as they are the most reliable prophets in existence. Clarence Keating, of the Kaniksu National Fore...

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. — 1 April 1909

volume VIII death of pioneer w. s. Whitney Passed Away Wednesday Morning- Interment at Milan, Wn. Friday A iiiiield Scott Whitney died Wednes morning about 10 o'clock. Mr. a lley's illness was ol short duration . ; ,j the" family had not considered his dition >erious until Monday iast. -. tli resulted from pneumonia. vl : . Whitney was one of the pioneers tiii- section of the Inland Empire, . v.-ijr resided neai Milan, Wash., and ~ v, port for more than 2U years. He ; property interests in the vicinity of ; places and alternated in making [ 'ne at either place, although mo9t ; hii time during the past few years - been spent in Newport. I'iveased was born June 3, 1846, and - therefore nearly 63 years of age at time of his death. He was married --i is, 1870, to Ella Fay, who died •ral years ago. ile survived by one brother, A. E. .Vhitney, of Brainerd, Minn., and three laughters: Mrs. Bertie McKeehan, \!:!an, Wash.; Mrs. Daisy Jones, Spo r.:itie, Wash., and Mrs. Fay Baker, of NV.vp...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 1 April 1909

. r- Usk T Company ESTABLISH ED 188© We have a carload of nails and a car of fencing wire on the way. Can save you 20c on every dollar. We are making up a car of seed grain and can save you 20c per hundred on freight alone. h voiir machinery breaks down, can $et repairs delivered to your landing in iVelve hours. WE PAY HIGHEST PRICE FOR FARM PRODUCE USK, CORRESPONDENCE Mrs, Black has returned to Met aline after an absence of several weeks. Miss Ruby Wooding, of Tiger, who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. Chas. Gilmore, returned home Friday. Mr. Leadbetter shipped in a tine lot of chickens, live stock, house hold goods, etc., from his ranch near Rosalia. Mrs. Smith, of Albeni Falls, .spent a week with her daughter, Mrs. Bert Stannard. Robert Cross, of Tiger, was in Metaline Saturday. Joe Bettancourt, who handles the passenger and froight traffic for the steamer Ruth between here and Bettancourt's Landing, has had a hard time the past two weeks on account of the bad roads. \\ . W . ...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 1 April 1909

A Place of Beauty Seattle, March 30. —With the combination of natural beauties jml architectural skill offered by the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific exposi tion this great fair of the Pacific has already been pronounced the mofit beautiful ever planned. And that is because the landscape ar tists have worked out so many -triking designs in building sunken gardens and because the whole scheme for beautifying the grounds has for ft fitting background a lav ish display of mountain, lake and woodland scenery. Two years ago the campus of the I niversity of Washington, that is that portion of it where the expo vition hnn been built, was a forest in which men, but a few years be fore, had hunted the wild game native to this state. Today hand some state, county, religious, fra ternal, amusement, federal and ex hibit buildings of every character :ire nestled in among the stately lirs. Shady walks and paths have been cut through the underbrush mid the old skid roads are now isphalt. paved thoroughfares....

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. — 1 April 1909

Good Hour per sack $1.30 Best flour per sack Cane sugar per one hundred lbs 6.50 llatns per pound Bacon per pound Shoulders per pound Three cans of corn 25 Three cans of milk 25 String Beans, per can • 1A Peas per can Table Syrup per gallon 65c and Cooking Molasses, i gallon 2o Cooking Molasses per gallon Honey per gallon Three gallon keg of Sprup Five pounds best lard Ten pounds best lard Hive pounds Cottolene Ten pounds Cottoleije I*4o Seven bars good Soap 25 Six bars Sunny Monday Soap 25 Fels Naptha per bar lion Ami three for 25 Three pounds Gold Dust 20 NEWPORT, Council Proceedings At Hit; regular meeting of the city council, held on Tuesday, there was a considerable amount of important busi ness transacted. A petition was received and accepted asking for the extension of the grade on Fourth avenue from its present terminus to the city limits on the west. A peti tion asking that the grades on Spokane avenue be extended further north was acted upon in the same manner. A petition ...

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. — 1 April 1909

CAPITAL $25,000 OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS J. C. 'Phillips. "Pres. ttf. C. Afower, Ist Vice Pres. W. C. Laturence. 2nd Vice Pres. F. C. K.rax>se. Cashier. Fred SVe*)ens. Assistant Cashier E. J. Lutz, J. A. J. C. McDonald, Geo. H Ho bier FOUR PER CENT. INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS yOVR "BVSIJSESS SOLICITED Che IHevvport HTlincr Thchsd ay. MAR. 25, 1901). FREH 1-. WOLF, Editor and Publisher Mit n.l in the postoffice at Newport. Wash, ui;ton hk second class mail matter. • I MSI RIPTION PRICE k1.50 EACH YEAR JUST AMONG OURSELVES I verything that is good to eat at the Newport Bakery. tieorge S. Chipman, of Cusick, is in Newport on business this week. Buff Orpington eggs, $1 per setting of 15; $t) per 100. V. P. Brown, Newport, Wash. Mrs. Carl Kirkpatrick, who has been ui poor health for some time, was taken tn ;i Spokane hospital Tuesday for an operation. lhere will be Catholic services at. Kelly's Hall on Palm Sunday April 4th at 9:00 a. m. with blessing and distribu tion of palms. 100...

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. — 1 April 1909

WASHINGTON NOTES Olympia—Governor Hay has ap pointed John C. Iliggins, of Seattle, regent o! the slate university, vice J. T. Ronald, resigned. Colfax —Ed Baker, aged 33 years, committed suicide Saturday in a lo cal hotel, by drinking carbolic acid. He leaves a wife and baby on a farm 12 miles east of Colfax. Olympia—The legislative investi gation to have been started here Tuesday lias been postponed bv Chairman I'. Allen for one week or more on account of the death of Governor Cosgrove. Seattle —J. L. Cannon, the con tractor who erectcd the big Catholic, cathedral, and one of the best known builders in Ibis city, is reported to have left for parts unknown, leaving unsatisfied notes and debts behind him aggregating between $30,000 and $40,000. Centralia —Complaining that the food set before them was unfit to eat, 150 miners employed at the Wilson mine at. Kopia laid down their picks and declared a strike. The sanitary conditions at the eat ing house are said to be repulsive in the e...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 1 April 1909

gov. mow DIES SUDDENLY PASSES AWAY AS PASO KOHLES, CALIFORNIA. FUNERAL HELD AT OLYMPIA Lieutenant-Governor Hay Takes the oath of Office Monday—Will Make Few Changes. Olympia, Wash., March 31.—The funeral services of the late Gov. S. C. Cosgrove, who died at Paso Rubles, Cal., Sunday morning at o'clock, were held in the house chambers at 2 p. m. today with full military honors. All companies of the national guard stationed in Western Wash ington were called out and partici pated in the services. Governor Cos grove was a member of several se cre; societies and each of these or ders; -sent large delegations. The body was met in Portland Tuesday evening by a military escort, Gov. .M. E. Hay, state officers and a committee from the recent house ami senate. The funeral cortege reached Olympia early Wednesday morning and the body of the late governor was immediately taken to i he capitol. All flags in the city have been at half-mast all day and will remain so fur 30 days. The state capitol...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 1 April 1909

In this Great Shoe Showing will be found shoes for everybody large or small. 5 jrina Styles of Footwear Now on Display nanncr tint provides the most comfort and satisfactory services imaginable. DON'T FAIL TO SEE THIS GREAT SHOWING OF SHOES. Women's =SHOES= The wonderful succe in sales and pleased cu t*llll<■ r-. we have experienced in our womans' shoe department, civc;- us a stronger confidence than ever in the quality, style and "STROOTMAN" SHOES The mime that stands for perfection in womans' shoes. All the new novelties known to shoes is found in oui spiing line of oxfords in the new shades of Tan and Ox Bloods £,Wds A of Patent Kid and Gun Metals When you buy goods from us t>i are bound to get the best standard quality. That which as made our name a synonym for satisfaction. NEWS OF OLD TOWN* ' " \ A e A bunch of young sports from over on || the 'Washington side came over on Hat- 1 s ; unlay night In take in the sights. They v became rather frisky and Constable * Ncwsomt; ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 8 April 1909

The Newport Miner VOLUME VIII call special election School Board Proposes to Bond the District. j 0 l >e Held Saturday, April 17th It;,- director? of School District No. railed a special election to he ;t : the school house on Saturday, \;,iil K. The polls will open at 1 o'clock lIM j , -t- :lt 8 o'clock p. 111. l'l„- election is for the purpose of ,id„,iizinji the director* to issue $15,000 which shall run for a term of ■>, u'liiT, with the option of retiring the .-ante at the end of lo years. The bonds, ij authorized, will hear interest at the rate of •> per cent per annum. l'|jf bonds are to he issued for the j.urjMiM' of taking up the issue of gen eral fund warrants that have heen issued i,„ui lime to time during the past few V( . a i- The warrants draw interest at the rut* <»f s per cent, hj that the issu miff. ui bunds would prove a saving to the district and the taxpayers. At ihe present time the amount of i/cir-mI fund warrants registered and outstanding amounts ...

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