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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 8 July 1909

OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS J, &. 'Phillips. Tres. W. C. Moeser, Ist Vice Tres, W. C. Latmrence. 2nd Vice Tres. F. C. KratJse, Cashier, Fred Stevens, Assistant Cashier E. J. Lutz, J. A.. JVoble, J. C. McDonald, Ceo. H. (OUR PER CENT. INTEREST PAID ON yOWR WSIfIESS Che tflewport HTHncr Tut Hsu AY, July 8, 1909. I RK I) L. WOLF, Editor and Publisher K rite red in the postofliee. at Newport, Wash, as second class mail matter. INSCRIPTION PRICE *1.50 EACH YEAR JUST AMONG OURSELVES SeeCrandall for watches. Mis. A. Brazeau and son Wilfred are ;it -Spirit Lake. Sidney W. Rogers wa9 a business visitor at Spokane Wednesday. W. Y, Ste. Marie, of Spirit Lake, r|,cnt the week at the Brazeau residence. Airs. C. L. Gilbert and children have returned from a several weeks' visit with relatives and friends at Spokane. lynchers—l will buv your chickens, hides, veal, beef, pork, eggs and all pro duce, paving highest market price for same. C. L. Gilbert, City Market. $100 first payment on a lot in Black...

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. — 8 July 1909

The USK TRADING CO. THE PIONEER STORE ESTABLISHED 1886 Ladies' and Gents' Footwear Lowest Prices on Record. Fit Guaranteed FINEST LINE OF 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, Cusick Items The fine rains assure a heavy yield of grain in the valley. Richard Nolan and Miss Magsie Zigler departed Monday for Spo kane. They will return Mr and Mrs. Nolan. A host of friends in the valley wish them th? best the world can give. Cusick carried off the most suc cessful celebration ever held in the valley. Not a single disturbance o...

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. — 8 July 1909

Comparison Is Selling These Lots Activity Tells The Tale Commuting Will Not Go A most important decision has been handed down by the interior department —a decision of intense interest to thousands of men who expect to take a chance in Uncle Sam's big land lottery of Aug. 9. If you're trying to get a home stead for a real home, go ahead. If you're hoping to draw land, live on it 14 months, commute as quickly as possible, and then move away —don't do it. When the time is up you tuay litul you have lost the land. Even though proof offered shows technical compliance with respect to inhabitancy of the land entered for the period ordinarily required in commutation cases, it must further he shown that the entryman went to the land with the intention of making it his permanent residence — this is the meat of a ruling that lias been handed down by the sec ii'tury of the interior. In other words, those who propose to make entry of Uncle Sam's domain must i* member tjiat if he goes to the hi ...

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. — 8 July 1909

Mid Summer Goods Summer comfort is well worth planning for It s a losing investment to be uncomfortably clad. Don t you see men every day who look cool and comfor table in spite oi the heat. If you are not ready lor hot weather we can make you so in double quick time. We ll tell you how to invest a limited amount of money and get the kind of clothing that you ought to wear these hot days. BOY'S WASH SUITS The kind that are cool and can be washed and made as nice as new in a day s time. Why burden the boy with wool clothing when you can buy a wash suit at 75c $1:00 or $1!25 Summer Underwear There is no use roasting with heavy underwear when you can buy light weight ribs, Balbrigham and Porus Knit at per garment k-Jwvx NEWS OF OLD TOWN The blare of the trombone and beat ing of the drums in the dance halls have ceased. -Many of the regular patrons of the halls have departed for other places, and the display of feminine toggery on the streets of our beautiful city will not be so promine...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 15 July 1909

VOLUME IX FIDELITY RUDY Fi BUSINESS Will Start Active Operations in a Few Days. Will Add to Newport's Pay Roll The whistle of the big Fidelity mill across the river has been sounding the past week and marking the advent of a Larger payroll for our town. The first lumber to be sawed in the new mill was run Tuesday afternoon, net no attempt to do more than te9t the workings uf the machinery has been done up to this time. They expect to -tart the plant this afternoon and to be m active operation within a few days. Visitors to the new mill unite in com mending the plant and its entire equip ment. While not the largest in this motion, it is equipped throughout with tlie latest machinery. That it may have a long and prosperous run is the hope of !lie community. Am soon as the plant has been thor oughly tried out a double shift will Le put tu work, making a large increase in the number of men employed in the lumber industry of the town. The plant hae a rapacity of 150,000 feet per day and ...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 15 July 1909

T. J. KELLY NEWPORT, Dry Goods Department Cotton Batts, two for Calico, all colors, per yard 5c Percale, light colors, steam shrunk, per yard 15c Dark Percale, steam shrunk, per yard 10c Dress Gingham, steam shrunk per yard 10c Nurse's Gingham, five differ ent stripes, per yard 10c Apron Gingham, all colors, yd 8c Cotton Chaflie, per yard §§> 8c Creton, per yard 10c Flannellette per yard 10c Shirting, per yard,, 12c Curtain Swiss, per yard 26c Curtain Scrim, per yard 12ic 9-1-4 unbleached Sheeting, 25c 9-1-4 bleached sheeting 271 c 42 inch Pillow Tubing, per yd ISc 45 inch Pillow Tubing, per yd 200 Muslin, per yard 6 to fa Shoe Department Baby's moccasins 15 to $ .40 Baby's soft sole shoes. .10 Baby's shoes 75c 1.00 Baby's slippers. - .85 Misses slippers . : . 1.00 Childrens School Shoe. 1.50 Misses and Boys School Shoe 1.75 Boy's tan oxfords. 2.75 Misses dress shoes" 2.00 Boy's school shoes 2.00 Boy's high top f*hoes. . 2.75 Boy's low heavy shoes . . !. .. 1.75 Children's white ...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 15 July 1909

SCHIVEIY DENIES ALL 26 CHARGES PUiaDS NOT GUILTY; HIDES BE HIND LIMITATION STATUTE. SHIFTS BLAME TO NICHOLS insists Senate Is Without Jurisdic tion to Hear Impeachment Charges. olympia—J. H. Schively, insur ance commissioner, filed 60 type written pages in his answer to the impeachment proceedings which was served Friday afternoon on Attorney General Bell. Pleading not guilty to each and every one of the 26 counts; claiming that the senate court of impeach ment is without jurisdiction to try ihe charges; entering a demur to each count; invoking the statute of limitations in 24 instances; denying that he has been absent from his of fice for extended periods or that he has brought the office into disrepute and throwing all the blame onto iSam H. Nichols, ex-secretary of state, for acts committed during the time Nichols was ex-officio state in surance commissioner, Schively filed answer to the 26 impeachment charges preferred against him with the senate by the house of repre sentatives...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 15 July 1909

COUNTY PETITION WAS HLED Local Option Workers Got Names To Spare. Springdale and Northport Exempt. A meeting of the local option workers of Newport was held at the Methodist church last Sunday even ing, and a call has been issued for a mass meeting to prepare planß for con ducting the campaign, which will be held at the Congregational church next Snuday evening. The workers in the precincts outside the incorporated towns were successful in securing the required number of sign ers and the petition was filed with the county auditor. The following article irom the Statesman-Index shows the progress of the movement throughout the county: The local option forces have been suc cessful in obtaining the signatures of mere than 30 per cent of the vote cast at the last general election in what i 9 known as the county unit. As a word of explanation we will say that the local option law provided for separate units. For example, Colville is a unit by itself and must determine ior itself whether ...

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. — 15 July 1909

OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS ./, if. TMUipj. -Pret. W. C. Matter. Ist Vice Tre.t. W. C. Latvrence, 2nd Vice Pre*. F. C. KratSje, Cashier. Fred JtlesJenf, A.4sUtanl Cashier &. J. Lutx, J. jK. JVoble, J. C. McDonald, Ceo. H. "Bobt'er POUR PER CENT. INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS VO\J"R a VSIJbESS She IRewport miner Thursday, July l. r », 1909. FRED L. WOLF, Fdiior and Publisher entered in the postoftice at Newport. Wish. its second class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE 11.50 BACH YEAR JUST AMONG OURSELVES .See LTandail for watches. The Fern carries a complete line of tobacco and cigars. A. l\ Amee and family haye gone to St. Paul tor an extended visit. it you need a good rocker at the right price call on the Boger Furniture Co. The Newport ball team had no game Sunday, the trip to Elk heing aban doned. Smoke LA NEWPORT—The best ten cent cigar in this section. Always the same. \ii** Emma Slack, of Dea Moines, lu»a, is a guest at Grand view, the Tiss home west of tow n. E K Ellsworth, Hoy...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 15 July 1909

The USK TRADING CO. THE PIONEER STORE ESTABLISHED 1886 Ladies' and Gents' Footwear Lowest Prices on Record. Fit Guaranteed larfix' 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. S4.3S_ 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 Promtly. We pay highest prices for all farm produce. Usk, National Forest News During the past month five forest guards have been appointed as fol lows; B. O. Treadway, F. H. Betts, j E. F. White, B. F. Heinzleman, j Ben Hershey. Nothing of importance was done i in District No. 1 during the past , month. The same report applies | with equal strength to t.he previous j month. Since the resignation of Assistant Ranger Keating...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 15 July 1909

TAFTS DEMANDS TO BE GRANTED OTHERWISE THE TARIFfr BILL WILL BE SENATE S. lumber duty is to BE $1 President Taft Demands That Rata tuid Reductions on Many Other Commodities. Washington—According to well luformed members of congress, one week or teu days will suffice for the conference committee to reach an agreement on the tariff bill and the programme to follow the lines of the senate bill, as far as can be done without provoking a veto. The president wants free oil, lumber at $1, bides at 5 per cent, with a cor responding reduction on all leather goods, iron ore free and the corpor ittiou tax put at 1 per cent instead ut it is safe to assume that the president's wishes in these respects will be granted. Cheaper cotton and woolen goods akd cheap hosiery and women's gloves —che former demanded by the house and the latter by'the senate— promise to be among the most stub bornly fought questions in the con gressional conference on the tariff bill. Many members express the opin ion that ...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 15 July 1909

Mid Summer Goods Summer comfort is well worth planning for It s a losing investment to be uncomfortably clad. Don t you see men every day who look cool and comfor table in spite oi the heat. If you are not ready lor hot weather we can make you so in double quick time. We'll tell you how to invest a limited amount of money and get the kind of clothing that you ought to wear these hot days. BOY'S WASH SUITS The kind that are cool and can be washed and made as nice as new in a day s time. Why burden the boy with wool clothing when you can buy a wash suit at 75c $1.00 or $1125 Summer Underwear There is no use roasting with heavy underwear when you can buy light weight ribs, Balbrigham and Porus Knit PA at per garment - NEWS OF OLD TOWN A down-river rancher claimed to have been robbed of oyer $100, a watch and a pair of gold spectacles in the Riverside cribs on Sunday morning. He secured a warrant from Justice Warriner, charg ing Jennie Doe with the crime. The warrant was given to Specia...

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. — 22 July 1909

VOLUME IX SURVEYORS JN_ THE FIELD (irrat Northern Men Found Pass Across the Range. I & W. N. Construction News. 1 hut railroad surveyors, presumably in the employ of the Great Northern Kailway, have been at work searching ior a pa«H through the mountain range that cuts Stevens county north and -uiith, is the latest railroad report. Ac .ording to reports of leading Chewelah , itizens who have been in Newport the |ia-t week, surveyors who had been at work locating a spur to the copper mines mit of Chewelah, have completed a pre htninary survey across the mountains to the < 'a lis pel valley, having spent several week* on the job. It is stated that a pass was found j which permits of a maximum grade of uot more than 2 per cent, making a very j leasible route. This information is in line with what The Miner has on several occasions pre dicted that the Great Northern would at, -ome time build a cut-off from Newport i to a connection with the Spokane Falls ; <k Northern line at ...

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. — 22 July 1909

T. J. KELLY NEWPORT, Dry Goods Department Cotton Batts, two for 25c Calico, all colors, per yard 5c Percale, light colors, steam shrunk, per yard Dark Percale, steam shrunk, per yard Dress Gingham, steam shrunk per yard c Nurse's Gingham, five differ ent stripes, per yard 10 c Apron Gingham, all colors, yd 8c Cotton Challie, per yard Be Creton, per yard )c Flannellette per yard 10c Shirting, per yard, 12c Curtain Swiss, per yard 20t Curtain Scrim, per yard 12zC 9-1-4 unbleached Sheeting, 25c 9-1-4 bleached sheeting 27k 42 inch Pillow Tubing, per yd 18c 45 inch Pillow Tubing, per yd 20c Muslin, per yard to 8c Shoe Department Baby's moccasins 15 to $ .40 Baby's, soft sole shoes 10 Baby's shoes 50c 75c 1.00 Baby's slippers • - .85 Misses slippers • 1.00 ■ Childrens School Shoe Misses and Boys School Shoe 1*75 Boy's tan oxfords 2.75 Misses dress shoes 2.00 Boy's school shoes 2.00 Boy's high top c-hoes 2.75 Boy's low heavy shoes 1.75 Children's white canvas oxfords 50 Misses white canvas...

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. — 22 July 1909

Commissioners' Proceedings July o, 1909.—Board of county commissioners met pursuant to adjournment. Commissioners lieges and Bryant present, l»r. Sutherland being absent on account of. Hit- illness of his daughter. Ihe following bills were allowed: lassie Turk, copyist in auditor's office. $65 00 Kliift Heritage, copyist in auditor's of fice •••••• • • • • 52 50 Neva. Lambert, copyist in auditor's oi- 65 00 t A Ledgerwood, expenses of deputy sheriff 39 25 W H Graham, expenses ot sheriff o7 5o i reed Ledgerwood, services to sheriff.. 6 00 H V Lynch, deputy sheriff $81, ex penses $18.95... 95 i i Vuu Buren, bread for jail. >.. 4 45 r \ Heberiing, deputy county engi neer $117.50, expenses $10.64 128 14 t B Hubbard, deputy county engineer 140 00 VV \1 Manning, county engineer 29 10 < has B Windell, care of poor at county lurm 262 t>B > it >o Hynes. deputy sheriff $6, expenses « «0 <«eo H vues, deputy sheriff $12, expenses ♦12.05 24 06 Fannie Savage, meals for county ei...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 22 July 1909

FREE FERRY 111 OPtRAHON First Trip Made On Tuesday, July 20th. Bonner County Is Operating It. ihe free public ferry built by the citi zens of Newport and the Fidelity Lum ber Co., to connect the-town with the new plant of the mill company across tbe river and to give ranchers on that Bide access to the town, was completed and placed in operation this week. Work on the ferry proposition was started last fall. Subscription papers were circulated to raise funds and about $1000 was subscribed by business, men and citizens of the town and surrounding country. This sum was turned over to the company and the work of installing the ierry wa« placed in their hands also. The old Jones dock and an approach on this side of. the river were secured by tease from the'l. & W. Nthe old dock was repaired and replanked and a new dock built on the opposite bank. A new ierry boat was also built and a new cable bought. It iyestimated that the subscriptions covered ahout one-half the cost of the ferrv...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 22 July 1909

OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS J, £>". T*hiitif>s. "T*res. W. C. JMoeser. Ist Vice T*res. W. C. Latvrence. 2nd Vice "Pres. F. C. K.rat>se. Cashier. Fred .Siemens. Assistant Cashier JS, J. Lutz. J. A.. JVoble, J. C. McDonald, Ceo. H "Dobier FOUR PER CENT. INTEREST PAID ON . TIME DEPOSITS yo\sn hvsi/*ess solicited She "tßevvport KTlincr Thursday. July 22, 1909. SRED L. WOLF, Editor and Publisher autered In the postoflice at Newport. Wash ugtoii as second class mail matter SUBSCRIPTION PRICE *1.50 EACH YEAR JUST AMONG OURSELVES See Crandall for watches. Ntw linen suite at the Paris Store. Mr, and Mrs. H. M. Lund are Spokane visitors today. The Fern carries a complete line of tobacco and cigars. Dr. Laura E. Baker, of Chicago, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. I. Jones. If you need a good rocker at the right price call on the Boger Furniture Co. Smoke LA NEWPORT—The best ten c«nt cigar in this section. Always the l&rne. S. J Appleman and wife have le turned from their visit to the Se...

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

The USK TRADING CO. THE PIONEER. STORE Just arrivfed,'the ! finest assortment of Ladies' and Gents' Footwear Lowest Prices on Record. Fit Guaranteed Ladies' and Gents' Straw : Hats and Kltn's Felt Hats Nails Have Gtffie ftp 20eeflts per Keg We will seft futse nails at ptef $3.85 Galvanized cattle wire for cash, iter 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 v kinds at lowest market price. All orders fitted ProWtly. We pay highest prices for all farm produce. Usk, Commissioners' Proceedings [Continued from Page Three.] J BTarbet,supplies....... 7 90 King Sash, Door & Lbr Co. lumber r&b I 45 John Acorn, road work d r & b2 10 00 John Acorn, bridge-repairs rfc b 28 25 H E King, supplies Holmes family at Clayton 12 20 Pend d'Oreille River Lbr Co, lumber r & b 25 00 Upon petition of F Y...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 22 July 1909

Closing Out Grocery stock We are going to close out our entire stock of groceries next week, and are going to celebrate the event by having a rousing sale in all departments. The cold backward spring has left us with more summer goods on our shelves than we anticipated. We will not carry them over to another season, though we will have to sacrifice them to avoid it. This sale means the sacrificing of Thou= sands of Dollars Worth of Seasonable, Up=to=Date Merchandise that we are determined to sell in these six days. | There will be a big rush for the bargains from the very begining, so don t delay- Plenty of courteous salespeople will be in attend ance to wait on you. Gome early and ofteruand look as long as you like. You save a large percentage on absolutely every article you buy. We have had a good many big sales but we expect to make the Gre&test Yet. We cannot give you an idea of the great saving to you., you will have to see it to appreciate it. Any lot may be sold out befor...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 22 July 1909

Trunks and Suit Cases! I\isfht different. styles of Suit Cases priced from Keratol and rubber cloth suit cases $1.75 to $2.75 Telescopes from 65 cents up Black enameled iron and canvas covered from Communicated It is Haul by many.that all Stevens ! county but the city of Newport will go 1 dry at the coming election. Why should this be so? Do not the people of our little city nee the bad effects of the liquor business as well or even 'better than any other city in the county? Anv voter who will stop to think knows that liquor is the enemy of prosperity and the foe of labor, that it degrades all who come in contact with it, that is is the source from which comes recruits to our. criminal classes, that a large majority of the men engaged in the business are frequent violators of the law. Let any young man be a frequenter of saloons and his employer be acquainted of the tact, does he not feel suspicious of that voung man at once? Does not his repu tation suffer in the esteem of all righ...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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