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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 20 May 1909

Usk Trading Company USK, WASHINGTON ELSTABL.ISH E D 188© —————11B———^——i— 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. Leave your orders or let me know your wants on a postal card WE HAVE IN STOCK A FULL LINE. OF -— Hardware, Harness Supplies, Dry Goods, Shoes, Hats, Sporting Goods, Drugs Grain, Feed, Tim othy Hay and Farm Implements. If your machinery breaks down, can $et repairs delivered to your landing in twelve hours. WE PAY HIGHEST PRICE FOR FARM PRODUCE GEO. H. JONES USK. County Commissioners i combination bid, Statesman-Index, Another Escapes Chain Gang I Newport Miner, Chewelah Inde- ; Petition of U. S.Anderson and t pendent, 60 and 30 cents square; Ex-Street Commissioner James others for revocation of M. C.: Index with sworn circulation of Kearns is certainly having tough Campbell's liquor license at Blue-' 1600, Independent 900, Min...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 20 May 1909

WASHINGTON NOTES j Whit* Salmon —A public library j iskociatlou has been formed here j w lth about 30 members. North Yakima —The Dalles con- j f e! »ncc of the M. E. church, which j clofed its session here last week, se- , ected Heppner, Or., as the place | for meeting next May. Walla Walla —Local millers an- ! nuuui'e that an adv .nce of 20 cents ! was placed on flour the first of the making the third raise that j kaa gone into effect within three j mouths. Olympia —Th# rap rein e court has I affirmed the conviction of J. A. Mc- | lutyrfe, tried at Walla Walla for horse stealing. He rounded up 51 fiords on. the range in Benton coun v and shipped them to East St. ! uuis. ( hehalis —Saturday, June 5, there rt ill he one oT (he biggest sales of ..„i P school lands and timber lands c ver held in Lewis county. The ag ; ctaie of the holdings offered will ictM-b a total of about $90,000. It embraces lands in various portions of the county. Walla Walla —After boring for j water for months ...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 20 May 1909

Summer Furnishin We have just received a stock of the justly famed Cluett Coat shirts. They need no introduction. Summit Shirts in Golf and Negligee. Percale and Madras Cloth in Golf shirts that will neither fade or shrink. Prices 75c to $2.00 Negligee shirts in all the popular cloths and patterns, cotton and silk. Prices: 65c to $3.00 NEWS OF OLD TOWN The Newport Dry Wall Concrete Co. Another Holdup on Great Northern j In this day of rapid progress no steps : Great Northern passenger train No. ?>, W I < been innointed as : ta ken backward, nor do we ever re- which went through Newport at 0:30 p; vL'(he chain gang : still. It i 9 thi, onward march that m. Saturday wm held up between ' , . makes we Americans the wonder ot the Morse and Colbert, about ten miles "Tnthccaaeof C. 1- Gilbert va. Qmt I » h Ibb jplrtt pwgtM. ttat from Spokane. Two masked bandits Jackson, tried by a jury in Justice War-1 hfta F'laccd us so (ar m advance of all climbed down from the tender and got l ine...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 27 May 1909

The Newport Mine! 5 VOLUME IX PLAN TO SCHOOL (JlosecJ Successful School Year Last Week. Teachers Chosen for Next Year Hie Newport public schools last week ,!„«*,I on what was in every sense a! ~11 cessful school year. The faculty and ! -,-hular? have worked together in har-1 , tl „iiy, and an a result the schools are in ; lllU *i excellent condition and doing aj .Mod work. Kriday evening at the Congregational j , lU ,vl. occurred the graduating exercises i , [ ilic eighth grade, at which the follow- ! Illt; completed the work in that grade: Shirley Kox, Ross Hoyer. Lavernon .lenk", Howard Krause, Helen Langille. Alia hong, Ada McCool, Margaret Mil- Irr, hlsie Schwab, Lena Sherman, Lvla str<»nt». -Margaret Sutherland, Ruby \ a lie. The program of the evening con -i-ted <»f essays, readings and musical numbers, closing with an address I,y Arthur W. Davis, a mem l,,i of the Spokane Board of ~1 Kducation. Mr. Davis delivered an | interesting address on the influence of the schools...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 27 May 1909

PATTEN'S PRGRTS ABOUT OTP LARGEST PLAY IX WHEAT SINCE LEITEK COR NEK. LITTLE WHEAT IN COUNTRY K J /it ,i lit &'« Kansas Short Crop Report Starts New Sensation —l*riec May Go to $1.40. Chicago, May 25. —A profit of close to $3,000,000 Is already se cured by James A. Patten and his followers in the May wheat cam paign, which has but four days more to run, as next Saturday will be the last business day in May. Holdings of the bull leaders at their maximum were 18,000,000 bushels and their followers had over 20,000,000 bushels. It is the largest play made in wheat since the Leiter deal, but has been unlike Leber's in sensational features and from the fact that cash wheat is scarce. In the three weeks this month there have been only 1,250,000 bushels received in Chica go, of which 1,132,000 bushels came by lake from Duluth. This is the lightest run for this season, when the high prices are considered, and shows to the minds of the oldest traders that there is little wheat back in the...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 27 May 1909

N avy estimate reduced !»/r» Polity uf Economy Is Being Carried Out. Washington, May —Secretary \leyer has cut off $10,000,000 In the uHV y department estimates for the next fiscal year. This Is a sample of v>bat may be expected on the part 0 f other Cabinet officials. It may not be possible to reduce expenditures in all departments to hS noticeable a degree as in thos* to the army and navy, but the thing that will be accom plished in all directions is a more intelligen; idea of the relations be tween or rather harmonizing of es tiwaies and appropriations. Secretary of the Treasury Mac- Veagh expects to have in hand by Jmie 1 estimates of all heads of- de partments. Between then and the time for the meeting of congress in regular session in December, pains taking study and investigation with u view to ascertaining the exact re quirement of various bureaus em braced in different departments, or Just what work each is performing aud a detailed analysis of results as compared to exp...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 27 May 1909

npiTM «r- nnilinMA m (remained bright and active until her last UtA H Ur uKAmuIVIA rtA iiiness - ithaBo{tenbeenremarkedthat I if all could come down to the end of life as did she, old age and death would Passed Away at the Age of have no terrors. Grandma will be Ninet Four , missed by many and the recollections of | her life as a good mother and kind friend will be an inspiration to those who Funeral Services Held Sunday, mourn her passing. At the home of her daughter, Mrs. Iv. j CdTd Of ThflfiKs P. Scott, in this city, on Thursday, May j . . . , ' \Y e wish to tender our sincere thanks L'O, occurred the death of Mrs. Ann tea. i k| n( | f r j en( ] s f or tj ie many acts of On the t riday evening pieceding rs * j kindness and sympathy tendered us lea was stricken with paialjsis, troin j our bereavement. Also our ap whicli she failed to rally and s ' ie ,e " | p rec } a tion of the beautiful floral offer mained unconscious until death came. ! j lor the past six months she had been | ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 27 May 1909

Usk Trading Company THE PIONEER. STORE ESTABLISHED 1886 - i"" i." " 1 i 'i 'i =^= We offer the following •/ * | low Snaps Because we have stuck up for our country and our customers rights and that we believe that the Judicial Court should be where it would he - nearer the center of the Calispel and Pend Oreille Valley. A county commis sisner has ordered the road supervisors not to their road district sup plies from us. Nails Have Gone up 20 cents per Keg We will still sell base nails at per keg . $3.85 Galvanized cattle wire for cash, per cwt. 54.00 Coiled steel spring fence wire per cwt. . $4.35 Harrington, Wash, best flour per sack . $1.25 Spokane flour per sack . $1140 Timothy Feed, Oats, Mill Feed of all kinds at lowest market price. All orders filled promptly. We pay highest market prices for all farm produce. Geo. M. Jones Usk, . » (■ ♦ °n jurymen to appear in Colville decided to have a picnic and } Von June t. i celebration of Independence day on j (..OR.K.ESPONDENCE C r pj i...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 27 May 1909

Hhc "fftewport wincr Neighborhood News. Tiiirsday. May 20, 1909. The dates of the Spokane Inter . State Fair for 1909 are Sept. 20 to FRED l. wolf, Editor and publisher. 00, inclusive. The premium list is —a= . now G ut and can be had on applica- Kuteredin the postofflee at Newport, Wash. (J oS g ro ve, secretary, n,Eton ..second ,lass mail matter. Chewelah is planning a curfew subscription price »].■«> each year ordinance and is .ilso working for _ _ j stricter regulation of the saloon Taft to Open Lands to Entry I business. The work of laying track l<>i the Washington, May 22 —President Snnd point street railway and inter- Taft today issued a proclamation urban system is n<>\\ in progress, •providing for opening up for settle- A notice to contractors is being met,t and entry of about <140,000 published, calling for the building acres of land'in the Flathead, of the Newport-Orient state road. Mont., 200,000 in the Coeur d' j Th« work is to begin at a point AU ne, ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 27 May 1909

CAPITAL $25,000 OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS ./. V. "Phitlips. "Pres. tO. C. Moeser. Ist Vice "Pres. W. C. Lakvrence. 2nd Vice Pres. F, C. K.rat)se. Cashier. Fred Ste-Vens. Assistant Cashier £, J. Lutz, J. A. J. C. McDonald, Geo. H. "Bo bier I OUR PER CENT. INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS yOWR "BVSIfiESS SOLICITED Che IRewport miner Tut-us day. MAY i>», 1009. I iu 1> 1.. WOLF, Editor and Publisher. vutt-reil iu the postofflce at Newport, Wash, utoii second class mail matter, sI KSCKIITION PRICE *1.50 EACH YEAR C JUST AMONG OURSELVES S I'.asc ball Sunday. Sec ( ramiall for watches. AI Saddler lias been on the sick list most ->f tin* last week. Don't forgot the laundry soap at Kelly's. Nine bars for 25c, Why y«s we are still doing business on the South Side. Payne & Vawter. K. li. Warriner was a business visitor ut lluiiners Ferry and Priest River last week. Three houses for sale; must be moved; will make you a good price if taken at 1 ttiire. Newport Iron Works. "Love makes the...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 27 May 1909

T. NEWPORT, Dry Goods Department Cotton Batts, two for Calico, all colors, per yard Percale, light colors, steam shrunk, per yard Dark Percale, steam shrunk, per yard Dress Gingham, steam shrunk per yard Nurse's Gingham, five differ ent stripes, per yard Apron Gingham, all colors, yd Cotton Challie, per yard Creton, per yard Flannellette per yard 12 Shirting, per yard, 12 to Curtain Slips, per yard 15c to Scrim, per yard 9 1-4 Sheeting, per yard 42 inch* Pillow Tubing, per >'d 45 inch Pillow Tubing, per yd Muslin, per yard 8 to German!own yarn, per skein Egyptian Tissue, per yard Two pieces, black lawn per A'ard 15c and Light blue Linen, two pieces per yard Shoe Department Children's Shoes from $1.00 to §1.T5 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, elastic sides $1.75 Old Ladies' Quaker Shoes, $1.50 Ladies' Heavy Shoes, Mustard $1.50 * Me...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 27 May 1909

GIGANTIC CLEANUP SALE! Absolutely the greatest ever undertaken in Newport. STARTS TUESDAY, JUNE Ist ENDS SATURDAY, JUNE 12th. This sale means the sacrificing of thousands ol dollars in up-to-date seasonable merchandise in every department. Dry goods, ladies , gents, childrens' furnishings, clothing, shoes and groceries all going at cleanup sale prices. $15,000 WORTltof MERCHAN DISE at your mercy and 12 big sale days in which to make your purchases. Never in the history of Newport hafe there be°n such an extraordinary bargain giving opportunity presented to you as this great cleanup sale. It means that ONE DOLLAR WILL BUY TWICE as MUCH as it ever bought before. A dollar saved is like a raise in salary. We are raising your salary for 12 days. THOUSANDS of BARGAIN SEEKERS Will ATTEND this GREAT SALE. We want to see you among them; join the crowd, push to the front, make your selections while lots are complete. Plenty of capable salespeople will be in attendance to wait on you. Somethin...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 27 May 1909

SUMMER WEAR FOR MEN Our store is filled with the choicest Wearing Ap parel for Men to be found anywhere. Ewerything a man wants to wear we have. NEWS OF OLD TOWN A dog belonging to Byron Hitchcock; }»it one of the sons of Walter Shackleton on Tuesday night, while the boy was 1 engaged in delivering papers. The dog has been complained of before and will be disposed of. • A Finlander, who had been arrested ( by Deputy Sheriff Ensley as a vagrant, j escaped from the officer while he was * taking him to supper 011 Tuesday night, j The officer fired several shots at the i prisoner, but failed to stop him. Constable Newsoni lias been busily j engaged in taking prisoners to Sand-; point recently. Wm. Vane lias gone to HuntiugtonJ Ore., to attend to some business matters | in that locality. Jle will probably re- j main in that district for the balance of j the summer. Henry Seitz, road commissioner for j the Idaho side, went to a point near the j Ford ranch east of town one day this ' week,...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 3 June 1909

The Newport Miner VOLUME IX refortagaikstimfrovement !sx "z:: construction work mud .town mn june llsr^srysr lU recrdim-th.. u. ~1 ■ - Another of the freak walkers struck tribute. Luncheon was served to in- regarding the weather and water con- tn „. n VVmlnpndav Hp i«a Starl Cronlev ■ •*. j i /. . . ... eUneeaa>. ne is &tari t/roniey, vited guests at the speaking platform Report Adverse to ditiona along the (lark Fork river and Tracklaying Gang Making Good of Toledo, Ohio, and claims to be walk-j Dig Dhow at Seattle Thrown j an d in the New York building. During Navigation Interests tributary territory. The Northern Pa- Progress ing around the boundary of the United Open to Public the afternoon there were receptions at cific men do not anticipate any great s * States on a bet of $2000. He left Toledo all t h e Btate buildines. The day was raise in the water this year. A report on October 25,1907, and has until June: warm and partly cloudy. Protests Should Be Made that reached...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 3 June 1909

T. J. KELLY NEWPORT, Dry Goods Department Cotton Batts, two for 25c Shetland Floss Yarn 3 skeins 25c _.. t1 , t Domestic Saxony yarn 3 skeins2sc Calico, all colors, per yarn Lawnsdale Cambric, yd HJto 15c Percale light colors, steam Towels , „ p from lOc shrunk, per yard kx „ , 4A . Outing Flannel up tromlOc Dark Percale, steam shrunk, 101 r( j 10c Silkalme, per yard IZ2C I>Cl "V. t Soisette Silk, light brown and Dress Gingham, steam shrunk „ ' ° per yard 10c blue, per yard 25c Ma vflower Batiste, per yard 15c Nurse's Gingham, live diner- * . L ie ent stripes, per yard 10c Bluebell Batiste per yd 12aC to ISc Apron Gingham, all colors, yd Sc Light blue check, Imported Cotton Challie, per yard 8c Chambray, per yard 15c „ . i in r Silk tissue, lavender and Creton, per yard iuc , 1 o 1 o white, per vard 3UC Flannellctte per yard 1 - l--c Henrietta Sateen, yd 20c and 25c Shirting, per yard, l2to JJ c Good pillows, each $1 Curtain Slips, per yard 15c to 20c Better pil , OWSi each $2 Sc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 3 June 1909

$10.00 DOWN $5 A MONTH Choice Lots Fine View Pure Water Good Soil Call on Harris Easy Terms $10.00 DOWN $5 A MONTH Own Unparalleled Sale Fine Lots Should interest every man looking for either a home or an investment During June I Have Decided to Sell 50 Lots at Special Price $62.50 $75.00 and $100 5 PER CENT. DISCOUNT FOR CASH BUY NOW AND WIN BIG PROFITS NEWPORT Newport, now has a population of about 2000. ft is growing faster than anv town in Wash. Has more than doubled in population in two years. Is miles east of Spokane on the Great Northern and Idaho & Washington Northern railways. * Is 2100 feet above sea level. Is dii the beautiful Pend Oreille river. Has splendid river frontage. Has excellent steamboat landings. Is the head of navigation on the river. Has immense tracts of timber. Is surrounded by fertile valleys. Has rich gold, silver, and lead deposits within a few miles. Has large undeveloped water power. Has a climate unsurpassed in the Northwest. Has good public scho...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 3 June 1909

MINING NEWS OF INMSTIOBSIVEO MEMORIAL DM Proposition to Re-Organize Spo- Interesting P ro |™ ° Ul! bane Lead Mines r 1 Xi- Grave of Soldier Decorated! What s Doing In the Mines ; . . } Interesting and impressive Memorial A. H. Kroll, who owns judgment an waB he j d in Newport Monday secured claims against the Spokane Leat orni at the M . E . church, and the Mines Co. amounting to oyer $40 U u followi pro gram was rendered under ! has written a letter to the stockholders paßtor , Mr. Kobinson. of the company, among whom are many g ~o nward, christian Soldiers".. Audicuee Newport people, submitting a plan for j nvoCa tj on .Rev. F. R. Margetts I reorganization of the company, stating A( i (lres s Rcv - F - R- Margctw . Home such action not taken ho •««... ! will be compelled to have the property lieftdinK .. Making the Flag" Ada McCool of the company sold to satisfy the judg- "Star Spangled Banner' I merit He snlimits the following propo- Rev. G. H. Rice, Miss Grover. ! " Readinu ."Te...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 3 June 1909

Usk T Company IMB PIONEER. STOR.E ESTABLISH EID 18 8 6 We Offer the Following Low Snaps Because we have stuck up for our country and our customers rights and that we believe that the Judicial Court should be where it would be nearer the center of the Calispel and Pend Oreille Valley. A county commia sisner has ordered the road supervisors not to buy their road district sup plies from us. Nails Have Gone up 20 cents per Keg We will still sell base nails at per keg . $3.85 Galvanized cattle wire for cash, per cwt. . $4.00 Coiled steel spring fence wire per cwt. . . $4.35 Harrington, Wash, best flour per sack . $1.25 Spokane flour per sack . . $1.40 Timothy hay, Feed, Oats, Mill Feed of all kinds at lowest market price. All orders filled promptly. We pay highest market prices for all farm produce. Usk, Cbc Iflewport fttiner Tiu ksday, June :>>, 1909. KKKIi 1,. WOLF, Editor and Publisher. Knit-red i 11 the postottiee at Newport. Wash. iiKton n>secono t-lass mail matter. INSCRIP...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 3 June 1909

1 What Paulding | | Collected. By LULU JOHNSON. I Copyrighted liXiS, by Associated IJtrrary Press. m "Want to go Into business, do you?" repeated Peter Paulding as he regard ed the erect form before him. "I had begun to think lbat you were trying to qualify as a salesman in a sporting gyods store." Dick Paulding suilled grimly at this allusion to his aihlefic prowess. "'ln any event," he reminded his father, • "my medal winning should assure you that you will gH a sound mind in a bound body." "1 wish 1 could be as certain of the mind as I am of the body," was the sharp retort as the older man regard ed with frank admiration his boy's physique. "You know what I told you, UK KKMINI»KI> PETTIS EVERT MOKNINO OF HIM JUST DEBT. boy. If you want to come after uie in the bank you'll have to start at the bottom." "And sweep out the floor," asked Dick qifletly. "I jiiiess 1 can do that, sir." "We're uot educating you to be a janitor," explained the elder hastily. I **I mean at the bottom o...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 3 June 1909

CAPITAL 525.000 orriCERS AND DIRECTORS j U. "Phillips. "Pres. tV. C. Moeser. Ist Vice Tres. W. C. Lawrence. 2nd Vice Pres. F, C. K.ra*>se, Cashier. Fred Si ex) ens. Assistant Cashier J. Lutz< J. A. JVoble, J. C. McDonald, Geo. H. "Bobier FOUR per cent, interest paid on TIME DEPOSITS yOVR BX/SIJSESS THI KSIMY. JUNK 19011. rIiKD 1-. WOLF. Editor and Publisher. hnti-rcl in ihe postoflice at Newport, Wnwh. uKiou a"Kwont' class mail matter. • I'BVKIFTION PRICE *1.50 EACH YEAR ( JUST AMONG OURSELVES S UitM- hall Sunday. n* Crandall for watcher. Four furnished room# for rent at Ninth Hide Grocery. ['he Methodist people expect to ob «r!ye "Children's Day" June 13. I A -Maxwell, of Lenora, has been in uitvnon business several days this week. Don't toilet the C, E. lawn social at "it VlcKie'?. Ice cream and cake, 15 cents. went I couples of young people en j-.yeil an outing at Diamond Lake Sun day. Three houses for sale; must be moved; will luake you a good price if taken at nine. Newpo...

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