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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 29 July 1909

VOLUME IX CLUB WANTS BETIER EXHIBIT Stevens County Making Poor Show at Exposition. Working For More Industries From all reports reaching Newport it i-eems that it would have been much better not to have attempted to make an exhibition of the products and in dustries of Stevens county at the Seattle exposition. Those who have seen it unanimously declare that the exhibits are but a poor representation of this magnificent county, with its wealth of varied resources. However, the blame for the poor show ing does not attach entirely to those in charge of the work. It is impossible for any man or set of men to make a credit able showing without the co-operation of the people of the county. Numerous j appeals have been issued to ranchers j and manufacturers of the county to ! tiring in samples of their products, but almost without result. This matter was discussed at the meet ing of the Commercial Club Wednesday evening, and it was agreed by all pres ent that some effort should be made to ...

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. — 29 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 15c Dark Percale, steam shrunk, per yard l^ c Dress Gingham, steam shrunk per yard l^ c Nurse's Gingham, five differ ent stripes, per yard 10c Apron Gingham, all colors, yd 8c Cotton Challie, per yard 8c Creton, per yard 10c Flannellette per yard 10c Shirting, per yard, 1 2c Curtain Swiss, per yard 20c Curtain Scrim, per yard 12ic 9-1-4 unbleached Sheeting, 25c 9-1-4 bleached sheeting 271 c 42 inch Pillow Tubing, per yd "j 8c 45 inch Pillow Tubing, 'per yd 20c Muslin, per yard 6 to 8c Shoe Department Baby's moccasins 15 to $ .40 Baby's soft sole shoes 10 Baby's shoes 50c 75c 1.00 Babe'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 & hoes 2.75 Boy's low heavy shoes 1.75 Children's white canvas oxfords 50 ...

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. — 29 July 1909

Big Circus at Spokane Ilingling Bros.' World's Greatest Show is to visit Spokane Monday, Aug. 9, coming this season with new laurels won at Madison Square (iarden in New York because of the unprecedented excellence of their performances. It is in all respects the very best circus that was ever organized, and the two performances that will be given in Spokane will be given exactly as they were presented in Manhattan, not the slightest change having been made since the season opened there. There are no less than seven sen sations on the program, anv one of which is great enough to give a circus distinction. There are the wonderful Schumann horses which waltz on their hind legs, drink from large glasses and roll each other around in huge beer barrels: ele phants that use the telephone, con versing with each other over the wire from one end of the main tent to the other; the thrilling dou ble somersaulting automobile act, performed by a young French girl; Roblidello, the Mexican wire wi...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 29 July 1909

RAILROAD TUNNEL COMPLETED Work at Blueslide Is Ready For Track Laying- Progress of Construction Work The big tunnel on the Idaho & Wash ington Northerrt extension at Blueslide was completed Wednesday. Work on the tunnel was started last 'January, work being carried on at three levels. The heading was blown through June 20. Over 300 men, in two shifts, have been employed continuously on the job, and it is claimed that a record for building a tunnel (with hand drilling only )has been made. The tunnel is 1100 feet long and the hole cut through the hill is 22 feet wide by 28 feet high. With the tunnel tim bered and the track laid it will be 16 feet wide by 24 feet high. Over a million feet of lumber has been used in timber ing the tunnel, and about 100 feet of the north end is being concreted, as the material driven through at that point is wet and causing trouble by sliding. Tracklaying ,on the extension will be resumed by August 15. The track is now as far as Tacoma creek. When tr...

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 July 1909

OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS J. C". "Phillips, Pres. ty. C. Moeser, Ist Vice Pres. W. C. Latvrence, 2nd Vice Pres. F, C. JCratAre. Cashier, Fred. Ste-Oens, Assistant Cashier E. J. JLutx, J. A. JVoble, J. C. McDonald, Geo. H. FOUR PER CENT. INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS yOWR 'BUSINESS Lund's Cash Clearance Sale 2-6x6-6 screen doors, each . . $ .75 2-Bx6-8 screen doors, each . . .85 Screen door hinges and set, each .15 Window screens, adjustable, each .25 3-4 in. guaranteed garden hose, ft. .07 Lawn Mowers at .... cost price Jointed fish poles at . . . cost price Ice cream freezers at . . . cost price Gasoline Stoves at . . . cost price Doors and windows at . . cost price Phoenix paint, guaranteed, gallon $1.50 Lund Hardware Company iZbc IRewport UTliner Thursday, July 29, 1909. FRED L. WOLF, Editor and Publisher Entered in the postoffiee at Newport, Wash, ngton as second class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE *1.50 EACH YEAR JUST AMONG OURSELVES See Crandall for watches. New linen suits at...

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. — 29 July 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 latest styles 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. f $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 Promtly. We pay highest prices for all farm produce. Usk, CORRESPONDENCE Metaline Mrs. Mary Brooks and Miss Maggie Young returned from Al berta last week. George Titus was in town the first of the week. Wayne Powell came down from Spokane Monday. Mrs. Golden and children re turned from Cusick Monday. M rs. Haggemiller went to Spo kane for a few days last Friday. George Samms and family...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 29 July 1909

REVOLUTION ARISES AGAINST ALFONSO TURMOIL IN SPAIN POSTPONES VI >IT to cowes. COUSIN IS POPULAR HERO King Is Denounced as Being a Tool of the Clericals and Under the Influence of England. Madrid, July 2 6. —Owing to the grave situation here, especially the revolutionary propaganda among the troops, a strict censorship has been established over all telegrams. It is impossible to send anything di rect from Madrid. Revolutionary activity has assumed astonishing pro portions, characterized by fierce at tacks upon King Alfonso for being subject to foreign—that is, English —influence. He has, therefore, can- NG ALFONSO. c< projected visit to Cowes. The King's action in punishing his cousin Don Alfonso Bourbon, for his romantic marriage with Princess Beatrice of Coburg is actually also made a ground of attack. He is de nounced as being merely a tool of the Clericals, and his hostile meas ures against his cousin, which he took entirely out of deference to Spanish feeling, are attribut...

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. — 29 July 1909

Semi=Annual Clearance Sale *1 Ann wnrth of odds and ends left in spring merchandise. All new goods this season but the assortment of sizes is broken Of We have over $ , . h t not j n any one particular style or pattern. They are not job lots, manufacturers left overs nor damaged, they are odds and ends and we are going to take our medicine. We'd sooner have the money now and make it work, than to carry this stock over until next season. Sale Begins Saturday Morning, July 31st, 1909 READ CAR.EFULLY THE FOLLOWING ITEMS Women's $3.00 tan bluchers oxfords in plain toe, new style. Euery pair good wearers, Clearance sale. $2.20 Women's $3.50 and $4.00 oxfords all the newest styles in button buckle or lace, all colors. Just a few pair of each style. Clearance sale $2.70 Women's canvas oxfords in white or gray, regular $1.25 t011.<5 qualities. Clearance sale 70c Men's canvas shoes, regular $1.25 to $2.00 values. Clearance sale 90c This stock must move to make joom for the largest and bes...

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. — 5 August 1909

VOLUME IX SAY LAW UNCONSIUIIONAL Supreme Court Hands Death Blow to Judicial District. County Division the Only Mope. The Supreme Court of Washington on Tuesday rendered a decision holding unconstitutional the law passed at the last legislature, which permitted ses sions of the Superior Court to be held at other places than county seats. The case was brought up from Chehalis county, where it was proposed to hold court at Aberdeen, as well as at Monte sano. the county seat, and where the county commissioners decided to build a court house at Aberdeen, in addition to the|one at the county seat. This decision of the Supreme Court knocks out the new judicial district, with headquarters at Newport, created by the county commissioners in June. Arrangements had been made for the holding of a term of court at Newport in the near future, but the case from Chehalis county came up, and Judge Carey decided to hold matters in abey ance until the court had rendered its decision. The knocking out o...

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. — 5 August 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 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 Challie, per yard 8c Creton, per yard 10c Flannellette per yard 10c Shirting, per yard, 12c Curtain Swiss, per yard 20c Curtain Scrim, per yard 12! c 9-1-4 unbleached Sheeting, 25c 9-1-4 bleached sheeting 272 C 42 inch Pillow Tubing, per yd 18c 45 inch Pillow Tubing, per yd 20c Muslin, per yard 6 to 8c Shoe Department Baby's moccasins 15 to $ .40 Baby's soft sole shoes 10 Baby's shoes 50c 75c 1.00 Babe'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 *hoes 2.75 Boy's low heavy shoes 1.75 Children's white canvas oxfords 50 Misses white ca...

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. — 5 August 1909

Crowds Going to Circus A great many Newport people are going to Spokane on Aug. 9th to the Ringling Bros.' Circus. It will be the only opportunity this year and the railroads are prepar ing to handle thousands of visitors from the surrounding territory. liingling Brothers have made many important improvements since they last appeared in this part of the country. At Madison ►Square Garden, New York, where the season began, the performances were attended nightly by the big gest crowds that ever saw a circus in Manhattan, and the Newsnapers were not backward about saying that the Ringling Brothers were presenting, in every respect, the best entertainment of the kind ever g'ven there. The performances in Spokane will be identical with those given in the Garden, not the slightest change having been made in the long program. The circus offered this >ear is one of wonderful novelty. Instead of the usual single thriller presen ted by other cicuses, the Ringling Brothers are heading their...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 5 August 1909

ADDITIONAL LOCAL FOUND—A house key. Owner can itet same by calling at this office. C. A. Waterman has opened up a motion picture show at Kelly's Hall. FOR SALE—Three Angora milk goats, one buck and four young goats. Inquire Fox's Feed Store. H-3 For clean rich milk. H. E. trem- State inspected Dairy. P. O. ad dr» ss Fremming, Wash. 12 tf Now that there is a prospect of getting water in the Jaynes add, have you heard how those $250.00 acre tracts and $100.00 lots are selling. Clair Hunt, who will have the work of allotting lands to the Calispel Indians down the river, visited the Indian vil liage the first of the week. R. D. Perkins, of Topeka, Kansas, Hecretary of the Remlv Lumber ( 0., of that city, was in Newport Tuesday in conference with Mr. Remlv. FOR SALE—A new modern 5-room bungalow, close in, on lot 50x132 feet; price reasonable. For particulars call on or address Alva S. Sherlock, Newport, Wash. 4-tf City Employment Agency and Shoe shiping parlors. Ladies' and Gents' shines...

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. — 5 August 1909

CAPITAL $25,000 This bank is prepared to furnish Patrons every facility consistent with Safe Banking DESIGNATED A DEPOSITORY STEVENS COUNTY Lund's Cash Clearance Sale Of Summer Goods 2-6x&6 screen doors, each $ .75 2-Bx6-8 screen doors, each . . .85 Screen door hinges and set, each J 5 Window screens, adjustable, each .25 3-4 in. guaranteed garden hose, ft. .07 Lawn Mowers at .... cost price Jointed fish poles at . cost price Ice cream freezers at . . . cost price Gasoline Stoves at . . . cost price Doors and windows at . . cost price Phoenix paint, guaranteed, gallon $1.50 Lund Hardware Company {Lbe IBewport HTliner Thursday, August 5, 1909. FRED L. WOLF, Editor and Publisher Kate red In the postoflice at Newport. Wash. uKton as second class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE #1.50 EACH YEAR JUST AMONG OURSELVES See Crandall for watches. New linen suits at the Paris Store. The Fern carries a complete line of tobacco and cigars. Mrs. Flynn is at Seattle visiting friends Hinl seeing...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 5 August 1909

MANY KILLED IN INTERIM CRASH TWELVE DEAD, 102 INJURED AS CARS COLLIDE. DOCTORS HURRY TO SCENE Nearby Homes Are Converted Into Temporary Hospitals for Care of the Injured. Spokane, Wash., Aug. 2. —Twelve persons were killed and about 102 injured, some 60 of the latter sus taining only slight injuries, in a headon trolley car collision Saturday afternoon, at Coldwell, on the Spo kane and Coeur d'Alene branch of the Spokane & Idaho railway, 2 5 miles east of Spokane. The heavily-ladened passenger coaches were crushed and shattered. Men and women were thrown from their seats, some being hurled to the top of the coaches, while others were sent flying through the win dows. A special train of physicians was hurried from Spokane. Automobiles reached the scene from Coeur d'Alene and Spokane with other physicians and the Coeur d'Alene hospital is now filled with the in jured. How many of the injured will recover is not know, but it is thought that a number were fatally hurt. Uninjured pas...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 5 August 1909

GOING OUT OF BUSINESS? Northern Mercantile Co.'s Big Stock at Newport Must be Closed Out Be fore September Ist. Sale Begins Hon., August 9th The growth of our Sandpoint business is such that it is demanding our entire attention. Our lease expires September Ist, which leaves us only too short a time in which to close out our big stock of Dry Goods, Clothing, Men's, Women's and Childrens' Shoes, Ladies and Gents' Furnishings, Etc. Think of the selling we must do to sell this immense stock in so short a time, and think of the way we will have to slaughter prices, to attract such crowds of people as we will have to have to dispose of so much goods. $15,000 worth of Up=to=Date Merchandise, and only three short weeks in which to sell it. But we are going to do it. We must do it. Goods will be priced without regard for original cost. Our loss is your gain. Thousands of people will take advantage of this big sale, don't wait until some one else gets just the article you want. A big reductio...

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. — 5 August 1909

NEWS OF OLD TOWN The last patient at the hospital wa9 discharged on Tue9dav. The Newport Hotel chop house will be reopened, a white man with a Chinese cook next week. The house has been closed since Tom Long rented the Owl restaurant. Old Town looks like a sporting center at present. Among the prominent pugilists training here at the present time are the following who are well known all over the northwest; Louis Heine Hitter, and Ld Cuff. Lach of these men are waiting for battles and it is probable that one or more bouts will be pulled off in Old Town. Billy Draper lias returned from his trip to Thompson's Falls, Mont. Tom Maher has returned from Thomp son's Falls, Mont., where he has been doing some assessment work on bis mining property near that point. John Russett has gone to Missoula, Mont., for a two weeks'visit with friends. Miss Jennie Peterson, proprietress of the Albert House, and Michael Ring, of Boyds, Wash., were married on July 24, at Grand Forks, B. C. Miss Teterson h...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 12 August 1909

The Newport Miner VOLUME IX WILL ERECT FINE BUIiDING New Power Company Has Plans Ready to Build- Be Completed in Three Months. F. Y. Low, coneulting engineer for 11. M. Byllesby & Co., ot Chicago, is in Newport today, receiving estimates on ihe laying of the concrete foundation for the new office building and sub-station df the Northern Idaho & Montana Power Co., to be built on the property they recently acquired at the corner of Wash ington avenue and Pine street. Mr. Low has with him the' plans for the building, an inspection of which shows that the company expects to erect 11 fine building, one with a capacity for supplying the future as well as present needs of the town. The building is to be of brick, with one-story part for office purposes in front. The length of the whole build ing is to be 82 feet, with a width of 25 feet. The one-story part will be 44 feet deep, with an eight-foot basement un derneath, The two-story part in the rear is to be of absolute fireproof co...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 12 August 1909

T. J. KELLY NEWPORT, Dry Goods Department Cotton Batts, two for 25c Calico, all colors, per }'ard oc Percale, light colors, steam shrunk, per yard 15c Dark Percale, steam shrunk, per yard Dress Gingham, steam shrunk per yard 10 c Nurse's Gingham, five differ ent stripes, per yard 10c Apron Gingham, all colors, yd 8c Cotton Challie, per yard 8c <1 Creton, per yard 10c Flannellette per yard 10c Shirting, per yard, 12c Curtain Swiss, per yard 20c Curtain -Scrim, per yard 1 9-1-4? unbleached Sheeting, 25c 9-1-4 bleached sheeting 27ic 42 inch Pillow Tubing, per yd 18c 45 inch Pillow Tubing, per yd 20c Muslin, per yard 6 to 8c Shoe Department Baby's moccasins 15 to $ .40 Baby's soft sole shoes 10 Baby's shoes -. . . 50c 75c 1.00 Babe'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 e-hoes 2.75 Boy's low heavy shoes 1.75 Children's white canvas oxfords 50 M...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 12 August 1909

Auditor's Annual Exhibit (Continued From Seventh Page.) mi'inties on wild, animals 397 00 KE tb grade examinations 170 81 [i .ucuitural inspector and ex penses ........... - 1.060 75 sHiurr of county physician and health officer • 42175 of iurv commissioners 140 00 I'reuariug county exhibit A • Y.-P.E 150 44 Kefimd on estray 5 00 Premiums on insurance and bonds 533 80 < nllecting delinquent personal ,a S es • 344 80 Interest lun'i paid state vear 1908.. 57 56 l.evv ior bureau of inspection for year 1909 73 35 T0ta1.... • 77,723 03 , f.N'KKAL statement showing resources and LIABILITIES OK STEVENS COUNTY JUNE 30, 1909. Resources; Cash in treasury available to offset indebtedness 27,807 38 Uelinquent taxes available to offset indebtedness when paid 42.460 75 Interest on unpaid taxes 8,869 84 Block 14, town of Colville court house and jail. • — 35,000 00 Value of bridges and road imple ments 12,000 00 Value of land forfeited for taxes... 25 00 County poor farm and improve ments 4.000...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 12 August 1909

ADDITIONAL LOCAL Good horse pasture, near town. In quire E. Thompson or S. K. Long. Watch Gary's bulletin board for daily quotations on Groceries. Our groceries are as good and as cheap as the other fellows'. South Side Gro cery. FOR SALE—Three Angora milk goats, one buck and four young goats. Inquire Fox's Feed Store. 11*3 For clean rich milk. H. E. trem ming, State inspected Dairy. P. O. ad dress Fremming, Wash. 12tf Dr. and Mrs C. B. Boudwin went to Seattle Sunday morning to see the Ex position and visit relatives and friends. G. M. Appleman, of Wisconsin, who has been visiting his brother S. J. has gone to continue his trip to the coast. Mrs. Frances Stott and daughter, of Walla Walla are guests at the Maple Hill ranch of J. F. Anderson, north of town. J. Coulter and family are now occupy ing one of the Yeatch cottages on Third street and W. N. Millar and wife the other. The Sandpoint street railway and in terurban service to Ponderay and Koot enai is expected to be started abou...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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