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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 22 April 1909

Usk Trading Company I=23TABL_ISHELD 1886 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. If your machinery breaks down, can Set repairs delivered to your landiog in twelve hours. WE PAY HIGHEST PRICE FOR FARM PRODUCE USK, CORRESPONDENCE lone Items W. E, Weltzin went to Newport Wednesday on business, returning Friday. Joseph Parker was a caller here last Friday. Mr. McKay returned last week from a trip to Chippewa Falls, Wis. Born to Mr. and Mrs. McCoy Monday, April 5, a son. ■■Mr. Cole is .erecting a store build ing, in which he will open a hard ware and plumbing business. Mrs. Uriah Wooding, of Tiger, visited Miss Rose Hess and Mrs. Miller Tuesday. Mrs. D. G. McKay has a cottage nearly completed. Mr. Blayier returned home Wed nesday. Contractor Grant Smith and Engineers Smith and Floyd were in town last week. A. C. Flanders and A. A. Stearns wer...

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. — 22 April 1909

LOOKING DOWN YUKON AVENUE. on- of the most traveled highways of the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Ex position will be the street to which has been given the name of Yukon Avenue. \ ukon Avenue makes its way across the exposition grounds lion! west to east, and the ends are represented by Klondike Circle near (j lt af ranee, and Nome Circle on which fronts the classic Forestry build ing. it erosses the roaring Cascades on oriental bridges of handsome ileseui, and from its central part the buildings of Hawaii and Alaska, bati.ed by the enormous federal structure, are directly to the north. .Inst to the west of Klondike Circle the Pay Streak winds in a general il;;v tion trom north to south, and at the eastern end the land gives way precipitously to the shores of Lake Washington. It is on this beau tiful shore ot the lake the natural ampitheatre is located, and nature has so iiuaintly formed this delightful spot, that small effort has been re ijuucd ot man to transform it into as perfect an exh...

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. — 22 April 1909

Fine Suits = Spring = Summer Wear The NEW PATTERNS and COLORINGS are the most handsome and attractive ever brought to this city, and the styles are finer and better than usual. DESIGNED BY H. A. SEINSHEIMER & CO. CINCINNATI NEWS OF OLD TOWN There has been quite an exodus of un- i deeirables from Old Town during the past week. Some ot' them have been taken to Sandpoint to work on the roads and others have been given the alterna tive of leaving town. Still others have jumped over into Washington before warrants could be served upon them. The local authorities-are determined to get rid of the male parasites, and this class of undesirables will have to go or receive a stiff, fine and go to Sandpoint to work on the roads in a chain gang. The sheriff has arranged for a chain gang at the county seat. A. L.Gregory and wife narticipa ted in a shooting match at one of the saloons at an early hour the other, morning. ' »regorv fired three shots at his«wife and she fired two at her hubby. N...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 29 April 1909

The Newport MineA volume VIII PETITION FOR COURT Council Tenders City Hall For Court Purposes. before Commissioners Next Week V petition to the county commission ,,ntt the .Judge of the Superior , ~u rt asking for the dividing of the iiiity into judicial districts has been uvnlated in Newport and on the east :l i f . ( I the county this week and has • en generally signed, the people recog the advantages to he gained by ih, holding of court on this side. Ex , u~( will be saved not <>nlv to the , nitv hut also to all litigants residing ihe district. The petition reads as tullow >■: I in Hon. H- 11. Carey and the Hon able fioard of County Commission* , ni Stevens County, Washington. Petition for the establishment of a Ju- Ihstrict of tha Superior Court of Kit- State '»f Washington, to be held at Newport Washington and be known as I Msti id N0... We. the undersigned, qualified elec i,,o 01 Stevens county, petitioners, res i.e.-tfully petition as fellows: i. That all that portio...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 29 April 1909

T. J. KELLY NEWPORT, Dry Goods Department Cotton Batts, two lor 25c Calico, all colors, per yard 6c Percale, light colors, steam shrunk, per yard Dark Percale, steam shrunk, per yard Dress Gingham, steam shrunk 1 I? l-2c per yard 1 - Nurse's Gingham, five differ ent stripes, per yard Apron Gingham, all colors, yd 8c Cotton Challie, per yard 8c Creton, per yard I** o Flannellette per yard 1~ l-2c Shirting, per yard, 12 to 20C Curtain Slips, per yard 15c to 20c Scrim, per yard 20c 9 1-4 Sheeting, per yard 30c 42 inch Pillow Tubing, per yd 18c 45 inch Pillow Tubing, per yd 20c Muslin, per yard 8 to 106 Germantown yarn, per skein 20c Egyptian Tissue, per yard 25c Two pieces, black lawn per yard 15c and 20c Light blue Linen, tw r o pieces per yard . 20c Shoe Department Children's Shoes from Si.oo to $1.75 Babies' Shoes 25c to 50c Ladies' Governess Shoes, elastic sides $1.50 Ladies' Quaker Shoes, $1.00 Old Ladies' wide Shoes', $2.00 Ladies, Vassar Shoes, $3.00 Ladies' Arrington Shoes, ela...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 29 April 1909

i EVERGREEN STATE j * interesting Items Gathered • * f rom All Parts of the State. J (.rami Jury Indicts Gordon. Spokane —Three more true bills .:i- tinst Judge M. J. Gordon were re mrned '->y the grand jury Saturday ik-rnoon, making six in all. The indictments charge him with ut ...rinsf a worthless check for $28,000 ml with five cases of embezzlement iruin the Great Northern railway while acting as its counsel. Ik- was ordered to give $10,000 :I ,i.liiional bond Monday, making y;o,000 ill all. t is reported the grand jury may ,oon take a recess and wait in the hof.'f of being able to serve papers jioii President Hill, of the Great Northern, who is wanted as a wit ness. A: distant Attorney-General Lee ul; announced that the special com mittee named by the state legislature ha- decided to make a thorough in vostigation of the office of Samuel H. Nit hols, secretary of state. Slate Insurance Commissioner J. !J Sohively is here to answer the in- Jeitiuents returned against him by t...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 29 April 1909

CEMENT CO. ORGANIZED Pennsylvania Men Are Among the Incorporators. Will Start Deveiopment Soon. The Inland Empire Portland Cement Co. haw been organized with a capital stock of 11.000,000 consisting of 10,000 shares of the value of $100 each. The company will work the cement deposits near the mouth of Sullivan creek just below the town of Metaline. The corporation was formed on March 27 and is controlled by interests closely allied to the Blackwell interests, in fact F. A. Blackwell i 9 one of the directors of the new corporation. The other direc tors are Harry C. Trexler, Edward M. Young and Daniel E. Hitter, all of lenn sylvania, and Lewis P. Larsen, of Meta line. The life of the corporation is for the term of 50 years and the principal offices are to be in Spokane. Work on the new plant will begin as aoon as the civil engineer of the com pany arrives from the east. Mr. f isk, the engineer, has been working in the neighborhood of the property acquired by the company for the past y...

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. — 29 April 1909

Cbc IRcwport miner Thursday, April 29, 1909. :-KEI> 1-. WOLF, Editor and Publisher • atercd in the postofflee at Newport, Wash. ; tou af second class mail matter. ./BSCRIPTION PRICE *1.50 EACH YEAR Neighborhood News. Work on the new mill of the liunnerfl Ferry Lumber Co. is pro* rf-ssirig rapidly. It will be neces .i vto drive over 3000 piles for the , uwiatione of the various bnild .uks. The piling for the main .aiding was completed last week, the main building will be 54x196 i.t.i iu tfize, and will accommodate . double cut bands, making it n. o! the most complete mills in ,• he northwest. It will have a ca ducity tor cutting 50,000,000 feet ~f lumber a year. ! Hiring the past year Bonners Kerry has installed over $5000 •vortb of fire fighting apparatus, rc-nsisting of a steam fire engine, iSOO leet of hose and three hose ,• t rt-. They Have also constructed ihree hose houses and added 15 hydrants to the number already in urtr. At the present time they have t iiiose complete fi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 29 April 1909

On the eastern side of Geyser Basin, at the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Im position, the" handsome Manufacturers Building looks across the restless waters of the Cascades and the flashing foam of "Old Faithful," the re production of its namesake in Yellowstone National Park. Its location is the most central of any of (he exposition buildings, and its architectural design is especially fitting for the position it. has been given. It was one of the first great exhibition palaces to be completed, and before the end of last year was ready for the reception of its vast col lection of exhibits. It will house a magnificent assortment of the highest examples of man's ingenuity and invention, and within its walls will be gathered specimens of manufactured articles from the workshops of eveiy nation of importance in the world. It overlooks the finest of the formal gardens of the exposition, and its splendid line of pergolas, with their vine-covißred columns and blossoming flowers, complete a restful...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 29 April 1909

CAPITAL $25,000 OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS j ©\ "Phillips. "Prej. XV. C. Moeser. Ist Vice Tre-s. W. C. Laturence. 2nd Vice 7*res. F. C. K.ra%Jse. Cashier, Fred Ste-Verts, Assistant Cashier /.; j. Lutz, J. .A. JVoble, J. C. McDonald, Geo. H. FOUR PER CENT. INTEREST PAID ON yOVR BX/SIJsESS .SOLICITED Zhe, Wewport miner Thi hsday, April 29, 1909. FHKI> I-. WOLF, Editor ftnd Publisher Kn «rM in thepostofliee at Newport, Wash. utMOTt second class inail matter* ,fHSCRIPTION PRICE *1.50 EACH YEAR JUST AMONG OURSELVES See Pewee Falls advertisement on page '1. We are still on the South Side. Payne a Vawter. Everything that is good to eat at the Newport Bakery. Catholic services at Kelly's Hall Sun .lav, .May 2, at 9a. in. See the Silver Medal at Berry's when you go to the post office. Get measured for a suit of the Royal tailors make at Noble Bros. Phone 101 and get your grocery orders tilled. Payne & Vawter. Ben Fox has gone to work for tne I'end Oreille River Navigation Co. V line lot o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 29 April 1909

Usk Trading Company ELSTAE3L-ISH E D 1886 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. If your machinery breaks clown, can Set repairs delivered to your landing in twelve hours. WE PAY HIGHEST PRICE FOR FARM PRODUCE USK, CORRESPONDENCE Sullivan News The past few days remind us that spring has truly come tr> us in all her beauty and grandeur. D. Robinson and "Doc" McAbee, of the Sullivan lake trail, returned from Newport last week, where they were called as witnesses in the recent homestead cases. A. R. Poskv is again at home on his ranch on the Sullivan lake trail. Ralph Ingard says the coyotes are trying to spy on his chickens, but Andy Anderson's gun is a good spy on the coytes. Carl Lykine, formerly of Kala mazoo, Mich., who has been work ing on the steamer Newport, is visiting his sister, Mrs. George S. Henry. Lambert McAbee is again a...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 29 April 1909

looking across geyser basin at horticultural hall su tairer scene can be offered any place than the outlook from the foot uf ;he Alaska Monument on the grounds of the Alaska-Yukon- Pacific Fx po-i'iuii. Standing directly in front of the great building of the United Government, the enormous golden eagle on his towering perch 0 r northern gold keeps watch and guard over the most perfect expositor «:it? 1 tiut evt!r ljeen reare( i. Lnder his eye are gathered the rarest cuiM-iion of man's examples of skill and art ever assembled, and these nnd shelter in a magnificent group of permanent and temporary buildings who:.- architectural design and clever construction exemplify the verv highest "i man's inventive ability. u nighi when the long twilight of the northern latitudes close down ,l ie - manifold beauties of the spot show their greatest charm. With the fading of day comes the romance of evening and the millions of lamps, in a tie brilliant bv electricity, flash their rainbow tints ove...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 29 April 1909

We are showing the greatest assortment of Men's Shoes ever shown in this community. W. L. Douglas fine shoes, A. A. Cutter and Chippewa Cruisers and Drivers and the Joe Miller work shoes. W. L. Douglas is a progressive shoe manufac turer. His shoes ought to be better each season, and they are better. While he always makes them as good as he knows how, yet as quickly as he discovers ways of betterment, the better ments are made. He never buys any but the very best selected materials. If the market does not afford what W, \~. Douglas believes his shoes demand, he makes it. W. L. Douglas passes the tanner and tans sole leather by his own secret process. That is one reason why W.L. Douglas $3.50 shoes afford such unusual service. Then, again, the upper leather is as good as the sole leather, and the making is as honest as the leather. For these reasons and because of his unrivalled facilities as the largest shoemaker in the world, it is only natural that W.L. Douglas $3.50 shoes should ...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 6 May 1909

The Newport Miner VOLUME VIII K. R. COMMISSION HERE To Inspect Depot Facilities and Train Service. Will Be Mere Friday, May, 7th I'u-tmftHter Tow If received the follow* letter from ihe State Railroad Coin , acj,,n on Thursday: Olympia, Wash., May 4, 1909. I >,-;ii Sir: The members of the Rail , . t .i <, mi mission will leave Spokane ■ a Mnv 7, for the pnrpose of inquir < int-> the station facilities and train •ruft* along the line of the Great . i litem in the northeastern part of the ;te. It is our intention to stop at . .ti--ii and listen to any complaint that yhe made, and take such evidence of the same If the i'izen & of your locality have any coiq .Jnt against the .station facilities or in service, kindly be prepared to pre -•lit evidence covering this complaint on n arrival. We will be accompanied the officials of the Great Northern, i in ease your community desires to resent any evidence to the commission ;[jd wish to know the exact time of our nival, the Gr...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 6 May 1909

T. J. KELLY NEWPORT, - " * WASHINGTON Dry Goods Department Cotton Batts, two for 25c Calico, all colors, per yard tic Percale, light colors, steam shrunk, per yard Dark Percale, steam shrunk, per yard Dress Gingham, steam shrunk per yard 12 l-2c Nurse's Gingham, five differ ent stripes, per yard 12 l-2c Apron Gingham, all colors, yd 8c Cotton Challie. per yard 8e Creton, per yard Kk- Flannellette per yard 12 l-2c Shirting, per yard, 12 to 20c Curtain Slips, per yard 15c to 20c Scrim, per yard 20c 9 1-4 Sheeting, per yard 30c 42 inch Pillow Tubing, per yd 18c 45 inch Pillow Tubing, per yd 20c Muslin, per yard 8 to fOc Germantown yarn, per skeirt 20c Egyptian' Tissue, per yard 25c Two pieces, black lawn per yard f 5c 20c Light blue Linen, two pieces per yard 20c Shoe Depart. Children's Shoes frouj $1.00 to $1.75 Babies' Shoes 25c to 50c Ladies* Governess Shoes, elastic sides $1.50 Ladies' Quaker Shoes, $1.00 Old Ladies' wide Shoes, $2.00 Ladies, Vassar Shoes. $3,00 Ladies' Arrington S...

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. — 6 May 1909

The Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition at Seattle, occupying 250 acres of the campus of the University of Washington, will result in benefits for Washington s seat of learning that the University could not have hoped 10 secure in many years, had not the great fair of 1909 been planned So the exposition that will exploit Alaska, Hawaii and the Philippines and emphasize the importance of the growing trade with the Orient will leave, after its gates have closed, a large number of permanent structures to constantly remind the people of the Northwest of the Alaska-Yukon- Pacific Exposition and the place it will occupy in the historv of the Pacific the medium through which one-half of the world was brought in such close touch with the other and a tremendous impetus to commercial in tercourse given. Seven buildings on the exposition grounds will be left for use of the University and the auditorium, one of the finest of this group cost the State of Washington more than $3 00,000. While the exp...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 6 May 1909

ADDITIONAL LOCAL Green Star Flour $1.40 Eyery sack guaranteed. Cary-Sheldon Co. Mrs. Harvey Sargent and children, of Coleman, are guest? of C. L. Gilbert s family. Mrs. E. J. Lutz went to Spokane on Wednesday to take treatment at one of the hospitals in that city. When you come to Newport stop at the Newport Hotel in Old Town. The best European hotel in Northern Idaho. Excellent restaurant in connectian. Earl and Mabel Lutz have returned from Spokane, where they have been attending business college. Earl has taken a position as bookkeeper at. the Security State Bank. The New port Hotel in Old Town is now under new management and every thing connected with the house has been placed in first-class condition. Fine restaurant in connection. <>1-1 W. M.JNeely and Wra. Gauthier have formed a partnership and are putting in it cement block factory in Cedar l'ark addition. They expect to be in shape to start the delivery of blocks in about three weeks. ,1. F. Anderson, photographer. I ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 6 May 1909

A PORTION OF THE CASCADE COURT. The Palace of Oriental Exhibits forms one of the twelve mammoth dis play buildings first completed by the Alaska-Yukon-Paciflc Exposition Its lines are in pleasing contrast to the Agricultural and Manufacturers buildings, with which they are grouped, and their position overlooks the beautiful formal gardens and water display of the Cascades and Geyser Basin. The exhibit placed within the walls of the Oriental building consti tut.es one of the most gorgeous displays of Far Eastern art and manu factured articles ever shipped from the Orient, and is bewildering in beauty and extent. Not a country of Asia is without representation, and treasures of old and modern art, never before permitted to leave the lands in which they were created, will be seen for the first time in the land of the Occident. The matter of arrangement of the Oriental exhibit has been placed in the hands of the most competent and artistic men at command and its display will be worthy o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 6 May 1909

NEWS FROM THE NATION'S CAPITAL the new tariff bill will SOON BE A LAW. MAY TAKE EFFECT JULY 4 Army Engineer® Recommend Large Appropriations for Pacific Northwest. Washington—Chairman Payne of the ways and means committee will aik the house to agree upon a rule July 1 as the date for taking a final vote on the tariff bill. It is asserted by house leaders that they have received enough pledges from the members from Atlantic and other states, Democrats as well as Repub licans, to insure its passage. This means that the senate and house leaders have agreed that the bill will be ready for final passage by that date. If no slip occurs there after the new tariff law will be on the statutes by July 4, providing always that the bill meets with the approval of President Taft. Secretary Knox has uotifled all the governments with which the United States has commercial agreements wilder section 3 of the Dlngley tariff law, of the Intention of this govern ment to abrogate these agreements. Manife...

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

OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS J. 2T- "Phillips. Pres. tßt/. C. Pfoeser. Ist ice Pres. W. C. Latvrence. 2nd Vice Pres. r. C. KraDse. Cashier. F"red S'tetSens. Assistant Cashier B. J. Lutx, J. A.. /foble, J. C. McDonald, Geo. H. FOUR PER CENT. INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS yOWR -BVSIJSESS Cbc IRcwpcrt Winer Thursday. May H, 1909. FRED L. WOLF, Editor and Publisher entered in the postoflice at Newport, Wußh. iiKton as second class mail matter. srBSCRIPTION PRICE *1.50 EACPI YEAR JUST AMONG OURSELVES See Crandall for watches. Mrs. Jos. Grover is on the sick list, -offering from asthma. Get measured for a suit of the Royal Tailors make at Noble Bros. Are you going to the Peanut Social Friday evening? Baptist Church. Sherman-a line of parasols are the fin est in Newport. Stop in and examine them. Maps and prices of the Blackwell ad dition can be seen at the First National Bank. Chas. Bell, of Bell & Turnbull, was in >pokane on Tuesday buying goods for liis firm. We can furnish you any da...

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