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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 3 June 1909

| Broadening j \ Jethro. I ? By CARL WILLIAMS. > v Copyrighted, 1908, by Associated £ y Literary Press. y The town could boast no "Seeing Concordia Car," but had one of the übiquitous omnibuses carried through the pleasant, shaded streets it is certain that Jethro Hawkins would have been pointed out as one of the objects of local interest along with the bank, and pulp mill and the house where Washington had slept when passing through the town. In the absence of sightseers Haw kins was an object of unfeigned inter est to liis fellow townspeople, more especially the women, for a confirmed bachelor is ever the cynosure of match makers. other cavaliers came and wooed and won or were dismissed to woo again, hut. Jethro's infatuation for Andadra Wayland could be counted upon as a topic of conversatiori'year in and year out. When .let hro had been a great, gawky lad <>f nineteen and Andadra a '•entinieiita I slip of seventeen-j eai-old femininity he had kissed her and had asked he...

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. — 3 June 1909

ORIENTAL PALACE AND MANUFACTURERS BUILDING. The Palace of Oriental Exhibits and Manufacturers Building have a frontage on Cascade Court and Geyser Basin and look across at Foreign i iUibits and Agricultural Palaces; Yukon Avenue separates these mag ijifjieut display buildings, and in the back ground the state buildings of Oregon and California are located. Construction work on these buildings was completed last year and exhibits are being received and placed in position. The Oriental Palace voll house the most valuable collection of Far Eastern art that has ever bet-n sent from the Orient, and will present displays from Japan, China, India Ceylon, Straits Settlements, French Indo China, Borneo, Java and U ll tlie eastern countries of Asia. The Manufacturers building encloses a vast amount of exhibit space 1 every loot of this has been engaged for display purposes by domestic and foreign manufacturers. The interest manifested in this department of )tlt , ,viaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposit...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 3 June 1909

SUMMER WEAR FOR MEN Our store is filled with the choicest earing A.p parel for Men to be found anywhere. Everything a man wants to wear we have. |UCIi/C AC Al n TAWIM • witness against Warren. !so was taken to Colville along with his j IvLtVJ vll vIL" I UfTll Warren was arraigned before Justice ! victim Tuesday afternoon by Deputy Long 011 the day of the cutting and was I Sheriff George Hynee. i placed under $500 bonds. Louis Kirchan j "R e d" Warien swore out a warrant H. Mcuraw, a cook euipoyet >y and j anies r>unlap went his security. < for a man named W. C. Rittenhouse, James _ Led •• arren a lis unc Qn Monday, the day the preliminary | w j lo j iad been working for him at his Wa ?u" il"xv , own, „ w^ s 9erloUS y hearing was to have been held, Warren lunch car He accuae d the man of hav sta ec >> arren on rir aj | e j t fowii and skipped towards j n g ro bbed him of a sum of money taken last between o and . ocor mie g andpoint> H e was apprehended at i n alt h ...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 10 June 1909

The Newport Miner VOLUME IX JOOICIAL DISTRICT CREATED anW«JIKr ' J signed Ly property owners shows a good lhe tracklaying gang on theextension _ spirit of municipal pride and one that Commissioners Named Newport of the Idaho & Washington Northern Spirited Competition for Street j speaks volumes for the faith of our a* Place for Molding Court has reached thp Adam Voss place, about lmDrovement. • people in our town and its future ' seven miles north of town, where the railroad crosses the countv road for the , A NCW IndUStridl Folder Only Approval of Judge i first time. From that point the road Contract to be Awarded Friday — goes back to the hills and get publicity departmentof the Idaho l,:itf this afternoon the board of com-| down to the river until Kent creek is a H j, ec i a l meeting of the council, & Washington Northern has just issued -loners of Stevens county, in session rea^ ed - Che work of ballasting is fol- tield Tuesday evening, bids on the work another of their ...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 10 June 1909

T. J. KELLY NEWPORT, Dry Goods Department Cotton Halts, two for 25c Shetland Floss Yarn 3 skeins 25c ~ .. . f IP Domestic Saxony yarn 3 skeins2sc all oolors, ~,r y,r„ Oc ,d Ili,-1 So lYrciilc, light colors, steam Towels, up from 10c shrunk, per yard I,JC r . Outing Flannel per t <vd up trom |Qc Dark Percale, steam shrunk, 101 I IQ C Silkahtie, per yard IZ2C ~ |)U^ <n< . . M K i lf . llTl u Soisette Silk, light brown and Dress Gingham, steam shrunk - i<»,. blue, per yard ZSC per vard IUC . * . < r / 1 + ,i;fW Mavflower Batiste, per yard 15c Nurse s Gingham, live diner- - . 4 . cut: stripes, per vard 10c Bluebell Batiste per yd 12k to 15c Apron Gingham, all colors, yd 8c Light blue check. Imported vorH q.. Chambray, per yard 15c I ot ton Uialhe, per yard ol , i ' in,. • Silk tissue, lavender and (.. reton, per vard lUc .. , i 10 i white, per vard 3QC f Luuie cite pti yaii - Henrietta Sateen, yd 20c ant l 25c Shirting, per yard, 12 to 20c Good pillows, each $1 Curtain Sl...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 10 June 1909

EVENTS IN OUR STATE "KS, , VVritt«u £or The Miner.) | OF THE |N t Wlltf 11 t> l ,a,,rwtta « .. ,h< I,loom \ thpre?" m Parts of Washington. la* laid out In t*e Moxee Valley. t ., are you got there/ bJjw swtk Yakima. It T |... n ew arrival in Newport, a j vt T will be known l> Moxee Citr. '' 1 , . , . j Teconui Not Terminal. . , f /tlhion had wandered out 0111 Colrille —At the June sale of •""" 1- i' fu-HSnniUv morn- T * cuma - T » cun ' a has lost Khool and .ta<. iaad held her. Sat -1.. I''""- 11,11 ' .ult to compel the North Coa.t Limi- # al.o th. Mi. of 11 , lirlng , and pausing for a rno- t.d train ot the Northern Pacific to , |m)|<|r aboo , , Uiooo w „ r eall»ed. , | ;lt (iraham's gate had ad- make thi. city it. actual terminu.. Mont6MllK( _ A , , tMt 0 f butter , i i miPHtinn to the Suit was brought by J. S. White- . Ofo i the leading question 10 tne from various sections of the state, 1 11 e . 1 i> 1 house and others to compel that . t _ ... .. f v, I dirtctor...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 10 June 1909

ADDITIONAL LOCAL Yesterday afternoon as the launch i ii „ Nancy was attempting to land a passen- KMSAI.h-llorsM and mUch «>»», „ the mouth of Ca ny„n, the guaranteed. 1.. K.rcl.an, jasoline engine got out of order and FOR SALE- Team, wagon and bar- stopped The boat was caught in the ness. Inquire of Olson, the drayman. and carrried through the canyon Jones A: Son have secured the contract to point uliout. two miles below for the erection of a home for A/ei Me- where it was captured by a man with a Curdy in Cedar Park. rowboat and hauled to shore where she Articles «if incorporation of Pilgrim still remains. Congregational church of Cusick were Four passengers and the members of filed at the county seat last Friday. the crew made the perilous trip and The friends of Joe Barry are pleased were given a ride the like of whir*, they to note Ilia continued improvement in do not want to try again. liealtli. Joe has had a hard siege, hut ing waters °l " ' ~s „ eets soon to be as well as ...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 10 June 1909

CAPITAL $25,000 OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS / C. Vhillips. Tres. tO. C. Moeser. Ist Vice Prw. W. C. Latvrence. 2nd Vice Tres.. F. C. Kra-Vse. Cashier. Fred Ste-Vens. Assistant Cashier / J. Lutz, J. A.. JVoble, J. C. McDonald, Geo. H. "Bo bier i OUk PER CENT. INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS yOWR "BVSIftESS SOLICITET) Che IRewport Uttiner Tin ksday, .JUNK 10, 1900. 1KK!» 1.. WOLF, Editor hih! Publisher. tnifi*-i iri tlie postoflice at Newport, Wash, a- M'rond class mail uiatter. ! BM KIPTION' PRICE *1.50 EACH TEAK w\/vwvw^y ( JUST AMONG OURSELVES S ti:w liail Sunday. Ve Crandall for watches. Urge cotton blankets 95tf, at Kelly's. Four furnished rooms for rent at v ith Side < irocery. > s Perkin i* tip from Spokane »>n a rolling trip and visiting with E. B. War rtnei. M Mack, of Dillon, Io»\a, arrived last week for it visit with his daughters, Mrs. 1; fiss and Miss Ethel. Wnen vmi build a fireplace use those linuuifiil cement brick that are now be tiig made at the Craig cement plant...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 10 June 1909

Usk Trading Company THE PIONEER, STOttE EISTABL.ISHEID 1886 We Offer the Following Low Snaps Because we have stuck up for our country and our customers rights anrl 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 commis 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. Geo. H. Jones Usk, Cusicß Items Third Bank for Colville OveMwenty million feet of stray j * timber passed Bonners Ferry iiw The shingle mill has shut down I A new banking institution is be-...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 10 June 1909

AM 10 KILL INCOME TAX BILL UiOCKAT IS READY FOR ANY MEANS TO WIN. may RETIRE FROM SENATE ; i'cil Protected Interests Income Tax ; Would Require Slashing of Duties. Washington — Although Senator Uiirich has indicated the tactics he . ' to pursue to kill the income ~ amendment to the tariff bill in •c senate, and although he has demonstrated his ability to get votes c j. .ua'h to accomplish his purpose, j ■ co-.t: squalors who sincerely believe ! income tax legislation and who j had the courage to stand by 1 convictions still hope against that at the critical time they v ,. muster enough strength to se- L u'c ctie adoption of their pet meas ure. luc income tax amendment, in the j jdguieut of experienced men, is ! ct-aii To defeat this one amend- ! iaeiu Aldrich would go to any j length iiis reputation is really at j if i he income tax amend- j Uiciit should be adopted by the sen- j it would be accepted by the j bouse and would become the law of i lc laud. Aldrich has decreed that ! [n...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 10 June 1909

SUMMER WEAR FOR MEN Our store is filled with the choicest Wearing Ap parel for Men to be found anywhere. . Everything a man wants to wear we have. NEKS OF old TOWN WIPED INE EARTH WITH ffg.a.ttgrizygt Schurch will captain the new team from , » , IT .a, ; now on, and with a new catcher and A colored gentleman named 11. Flmer Sandpoint Cougars Showed No two new infielders confidence in the was anesta on Satur aj )\ Deput> Mercv team will be restored. Newport's fans Shentt Knsley and .-barged with va-; lvierc V are enthusiastic over the game, and I. . mer state, to .ustice _ _ with the promise of improvement will AN arriner that he was only rubbering j Newport Team is Re-Organized overlook last Sunday's fiasco. around town, and that he had no pro- . prietary interest in a certain colored ladv who arrived on the same train with lhe Sandpoint ball team, accompanied Children's Day Program Mr. Klmer. The dark colored gentle- jby their braBs band and about 200 root " ...an had a nice lit...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 17 June 1909

The Newport Miner VOLUME IX BIG MILL WILL SOON RUN Fidelity Plant Across the River Nearirig Completion. Mill is Modern in Every Detail II V July 10 the big mill of the Fidelity I,umber Co.. across the river from New port, will be in operation unless some unforeseen obstacle prevents. The work oi getting it ready is being rushed as japidly as possible, as the company is hixions to get to work at the logs in the hig boom. About fifteen million feet of lotrs are now in the big boom, and an i.ther drive later in the season will bring down four million more. A largo part df the logs are white pine, for which there is always an active demand, even when demand for other kinds of lumber \< slack. Two shifts will he worked as soon as the mill can be gotten in operation and employment will be furnished for about 150 men. A number of the higher priced employes are already lined up and awaiting the completion of the mill, and there are many applications on hand fur places in the new plant. T...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 17 June 1909

T. J. KELLY NEWPORT, Dry Goods Department Cotton Batts, two for 25c Calico, all colors, per yard <>e Percale, light colors, steam shrunk, per yard Dark Percale, steam shrunk, per yard Dress Gingham, steam shrunk per yard Nursc's Gingham, five differ ent stripes, per yard 10c Apron Gingham, all colors, yd 8c Cotton Challie, per yard 8c Crcton, per yard 10c Plannellette per yard 1- 1-Jc Shirting, per yard, 1- 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 JBc 45 inch Pillow Tubing, per yd 20c Muslin, per yard 8 to 10c Germantown yarn, per skein 20c Egyptian Tissue, per yard 25c Two pieces, black lawn per yard 15c and 20c Light blue Linen, two pieces per yard 20c Shoe Department Children's Shoes from $1.00 to $1.75 Babies' Shoes 10c to 50c Ladies' Governess Shoes, elastic sides $1.50 Ladies' Quaker Shoes, $1.00 Old Ladies' wide $2.00 Ladies, Vassar Shoes, $3.00 Ladies' Arrington Shoes, elastic sides $1.75 O...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 17 June 1909

Inland Empire WeeK SeatMe, June 16. —Inland Em ,,;iv week at the Alaska-Yukon lexposition at Seattle will ] )C celebrated, commencing Sunday, luiie 20. Devoted to the interests the eastern parts of Washington tl!( ] Oregon and the state of Idaho, t ji ( . week will be one of the most important of the exposition period. Thousands of visitors from the •rreat, Inland Empire are planning ~.1 seeing the fair next week. Dur ing this time they will be the spe cial guests of the exposition, and w jll lie shown every honor and courtesy which it is possible to be stow. on Sunday the dedication of the Oregon building will be the feature „f the day. Impressive services oil a reception for the people of Oregon are planned. Inland Empire week and Spo kane week begin in earnest Mon ,|:tv. Excursions from a number the towns of Eastern Washing ton are being arranged, and the exposition officials are leaving nothing undone to provide a fit ing welcome for the visitors. Washington State Day will be Tu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 17 June 1909

BROUGHT IN A BIG STICK Flagpole 142 Feet High to be Raised July sth. Located on I. & W. N. Grounds. The talk of getting a big flagpole re sulted in the appointment of a commit tee consisting of F. E. Lehmkuhl and Mayor Appel to hunt up a tall cedar for that purpose. These gentlemen started out on a hunt for a likely cedar on Friday morning and in the neighbor hood of Freeman about three miles northeast, across the river, they spotted the tree they wanted. Sunday morning a bunch of volun teers started out to fell the tree and start it on its journey to town. Some of the party returned that night, while others remained to continue the work of bringing it in. Mayor Appel, Judge Long, F. F. Lehmkuhl, .J. P. Berneck, 11. S. Anderson and Fdgar \ awter, stayed on the job until it was completed. 'Hie work of getting the big tree to Freeman hike, across that body of water, and down to the river, proved bigger than was anticipated, tor a large part of the way it was necessary to swamp out...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 17 June 1909

CAPITAL $25,000 OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS / H. Phillips. Tres. XV. C. Moeser. Ist Vice Pres. C. Laurence. 2nd Vice Pres. F. C. K.rax)se. Cashier, Fred Siemens, Assistant Cashier / J. Lutz, J. A.. JVoble, J. C. McDonald, Geo. H. hour per cent, interest paid on TIME DEPOSITS yo l/*R "BVSIJSESS SOLICITED Che IHcwport Hfliner I'm KsitAY, JUNE 17, 1900. Mlb.ii f.. WOLF, Editor and Publisher tuietfii iu the postoftice at Newport, Wash. u«ton tt- set"oiid class mail matter. i ti>i UIPTION PRICE $1.50 EACH YEAR IUST AMONG OURSELVES See < randall for watches. t. < . krause made a trip to Cusick 1 uesday in his launch. II A.Miller made a business trip to Hiukaiie Wednesday morning. li. I'. Harris, of Snmas, Wash., has ken visiting his son A. M. Harris, the past week. Mrs. Frank L>uhrkopf, of Coeur .r \lene, Idaho, has been visiting at the K. I . Creager home. Mrs. Kdgar Ste. Marie was in New putt nil Tuesday, visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Brazeau. When you build a fireplace...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 17 June 1909

The USK TRADING CO. THE PIONEER- STORE Just arrived, the finest assortment of Ladies' and Gents' Footwear Lowest Prices on Record. Fit Guaranteed Ladies' and Gents' Straw Hats and Men's Felt Hats Nails Have Gone up 20 cents per Keg We will sell base nails at per keg . . $3.85 Galvanized cattle wire for cash, per cwt. . $4.00 Coiled steel spring fence wire, cash, per cwt. . $4.35 We are agents for the Galispel Shingle Mill, the finest shingle on the market for $2.50 per thousand delivered at boat at Usk Timothy hay, Feed, Oats, Mill Feed of all kinds at lowest market price. All orders filled promptly. We pay highest prices for all farm produce. Usk, CORRESPONDENCE Metaline Work on the new townsiteacross the river from the old town has been going on for some time. A force of 25 men has been employed until last week, clearing the ground and getting ready for building the big cement plant. Work on the two dams on Sullivan creek that will develop 12,000 horse power will be started within...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 17 June 1909

[OIDOS OF JAP STRIKE ARE HELD H loi CHARGE AGAINST 12, MUR DER FOR THREE. abundant evidence found Sinkers Had Planned Campaign of Intimidation and Violence to Control Sugar Industry. Honolulu, June 15. —Fifteen of itic- Japanese strike leaders arrested indictments returned by th# rtiui jury were given a preliminary (.earing. District Judge W. L. Whit „e; held 12 of them for trial on ~u . •. >-r df conspiring to riot and fhi-ct- for conspiracy to murder. The energetic action taken by the lr ritiirial authorities, it is believed, will make military interference and declaration of martial, law in any , dl i ~r tlie Hawaiian islands unnec- The authorities declare the evi dence adduced before the grand jury and ihe papers seized Friday, when the offices of the Jiji, a Japanese uhu-i>.t|ier, and lliose of the Japan- Higher Wage Association were raided, furnish abundant grounds tor believing the strikers intended tYoiii the beginning to resort to in timidation and violence in their e...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 17 June 1909

Summer Oxfords Our stock of Children's shoes and oxfords for summer wear is still complete in styles and sizes. We have Vici Kid, Chocolate, Patent Leather and Oxblood oxfords. Patent Leather and Tan Calf pomps in all sizes 5 I=2 to 8, price $1.35 to $1.50. Sizes 8 I=2 to 11, price $1.35 to $1.75. Sizes 11 I=2 to 2, price $1.65 to $2.10. Sizes 2 I=2 to 3 I=2, prices $1.85 to $2.50. Women's Oxfords Although some broken in sizes, we are still in shape to fit nearly every woman in very attractive oxfords. Remember our ladies shoes are of the John Strootman make, that which in sures perfection in style, fit and wear in women's shoes. Oxfords in all colors and styles. Prices NEWS or- OLD TOWN Things have been so dull lately in police circles that the officers and jus tices have all been taking vacations. Justice Ankerson visited at Cusick and Usk last week, while Justice Warriner went down the river to inspect the con ditions at lone and Metaline. Reports from Colville are to the effect ...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 24 June 1909

• ,i: i M!: ix /fflfßllON WELL PLANNED :J, ; wn"ft Will Furnish Entertain ment for All «Vuiin.; j ' ur Goddess of Liberty i,, j.aiations f<»r the big Fourth of t. ~filiation at Newport tire well i,-i *sa\ The committees have plan t sf.ss interesting program and ( thini/will he carried out to the t!l( . r i V \ ( M hands, Newport and Post i ,n- |,itvSeen engaged to till the air ,iili 111 arllai music ami lend gaiety to it,t- occasion. I l„. big industrial parade in an assured ~ ~H u . of the business houses of Uptown have signed an agreement to , ,v>- representations in the parade, and ,r* ottered lor the best displays will uniiilaU' interest and produce some displays. A tloat is being de • it'iinl l" represent, the Goddess of Lib »in i.ii.l !he 4- r > states of the Union, the | a tu-r to lie renresented by little girls :i |HiMi[niatelv dressed. Mrs. George 11) nt's and .Miss Katherine Moore have ! j undertaken the work of getting the I liildreit to participate and rehearsin...

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