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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 23 September 1909

even if it IS pleasant to posess, And it is extremely hazardous to Keep much actual cash around the house, even if it be lock ed up in a safe. The best and "safest safe" is the BanK. Besides, while it is deposited there, it will be gradually increasing in accumulating interest. Let us advise vou to de posit with us, then.you may be sure that all re sponsibility is taken away from your shoulders and assumed bv us. £be IHewport HTliner Tih rsday, Sept. 23, 1909. FREI) L. WOLF, Editor and Publisher Entered in the postoffiee at Newport, Wash. union as second class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE 51.50 EACH YEAR JUST AMONG OURSELVES See Crandall for watches. Outing flannel gowns at the Paris »tore. Dr. H. F. Hughes, of Tiger, was in Newport Monday. School suits for hoys at half price at Sherman & Co.'s. In Idaho, a 6-room bungalow for sale. See Frank Waterman. 16tf Some more Economy qts $1.05; pints VK)c. South Side Grocery.' WANTED—At the Cottage House, a girl for general housework....

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. — 23 September 1909

President Taft to Visit the A.-Y.-P. Exposition Sept• 29 to Octm l m THE PRESIDENT WILL ADDRESS A MONSTER CROWD IN THE NATURAL AMPHI THEATRE DURING HIS VISIT TO THE EXPOSITION. PRESIDENT WILLIAM HOWARD TAFT is to be the principal actor in a varied interesting program, which awaits him upon his arrival at the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition in Seattle from September 29 to October 1. From the moment Bill Taft sets foot on the paved walks of the exposition he will have to hurry to keep pace with the various events in which he is scheduled to take part. His activities will have a wide range, too. And, then, the president s good nature is proverbial and his lieutenants have sent on word that the president will do his part to make the day a big success. His most formal appearance on the exposition grounds will be at a reception in the Washington state building at the official banquet. Following in line will be his initiation into the Arctic Brotherhood, the Alaska fraternal association. T...

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. — 23 September 1909

Metaline Walter Patrick hassold his claim , ini { left Saturday for Newport. Frank McCaslin and family re j uj-iied last week from an extended v ;,it with friends and relatives. \ ,laughter was born to Mr. and M,.. Martin Graf Sept. 8. !;, v. T. Strawbridge, who has appointed by the Columbia l>, v ,. r M. K. Conference to the cir ull f rom l"sk to Metaline. was l irl . t . last week looking over the !i' * 1 1 1 - l/twrenee llamlin, of Coeur d' \|,.,ie, Idaho, is visiting his broth er A. H- Hamlin. 1' Richardson and wife left last Wednesday, to be gone indefinitely. Mr. and Mrs. Brooks and Miss Maggie Young returned last week troiii Seattle. 1,. m Porter, Mrs. Moffett, Mrs. King, Mrs. Wooding and Miss Mary Wooding drove down from Tiger :1 ,,d spent a couple of days in Met :dine last week. The townsite question is being c,.|tled in Spokane this week. Sev ,.n, 1 <>f our citizens are out as wit- We hope it will be setled finitely and satisfactorily. |). D. Birks left Tuesday fo...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 23 September 1909

WOOLEN WEARS FOR MEN Our store is packed to its full capacity with all the best woolen wears for men. Not a line has been overlooked in our untiring efforts to give to the men of this community the best and most reasonable priced FALL and WINTER wears that the markets afford. Underwear, Shirts, Sweater Coats, Macßinaws, Wool Pants, Gloves, Mittens, Wool Socks, Caps, All Wool Shirts and Overcoats Take one Glance and You Will be Convinced Staley's Underwear The Underwear That is Different We have been fortunate in securing the exclusive sale of this the recognized leader of all underwears. .Made in all weights and colors either fiat goods or the finest ribs, in union suits or separate garments. Price per garment SI .50, $1.75, $2.00, $2.50, $3.00 SWEATER COATS The increasing demand for sweater coats finds us with the best assortment ever shown, No popular combination of colors and qualities has been omitted. Price SI .50, 52.00, $2.50, $3.00, $3.50 $4.00, $5.00- MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY F...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 30 September 1909

The Newport Miner VOLUME IX COUNTY DIVISION DISCUSSION East Side Preparing to Go After Division. Rivals for County Seat Location. The question of county division is lining up considerable interest on the cast side of the county. Sentiment of ilh> people seems overwhelmingly in favor of division along a north and south iitie. but it is plainly evident that an cast and west division along the line of the pipe dream sent out from Springdale a few weeks ago, would meet with noth ing but opposition from the east side of the county. The Calispel Vallev Times, of Usk, and the lone Record, published by one man and from under one roof, are strongly in favor of division along north and south lines, but insists on putting In the front the matter of county seat location. The Times, of course, favors I'sk, while the Record persists in stat ing that lone is the only logical place for the new county capital. As far down as Metaline dreams of county seat location are to be found. Cusick also has...

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. — 30 September 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 . 1 ;) C Dark Percale, steam shrunk, per yard Dress Gingham, steam shrunk per yard Nurse's Gingham, live differ ent stripes, per yard 1 Oc Apron Gingham, all colors, yd <Sc Cotton Challie, per yard 8c Creton, per yard 10c Flanncllettc per yard 10c Shirting, per yard, 1 2c Curtain Swiss, per yard 20c Curtain Scrim, per yard 1 2j>C 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 }<ard 6 to 8c 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 1.50 Misses and Boys School 5h0e........ 1.75 Boy's tan oxfords 2.75 Misses dress shoes 2.00 Boy's school shoes 2.00 Boy's high top shoes 2.75 Boy's low heavy shoes 1.75 Children's white canvas oxfords 50 Misses ...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 30 September 1909

S QUIET COMMUNITY By M. QUAD. [Copyright, 1909, by T. C. McClure.] The village of Hainsville boasted j that it was the most quiet community in the state. Years had gone by since even a chimney had burned out or a tramp had helped himself to onions i from somebody's garden. It was just quiet, respectable and peaceful, and Its inhabitants read in the newspapers the happenings in other villages and patted each other on the back that I they were Ilainsvillers. Thus it was that when the Widow Thomas made her advent in the village one day, looking for a quiet place in which to pass a few weeks, by the ad vice of a doctor, for her nervous trou ble, everybody put himself forward to assure her that she had come to the right place and to make her welcome. 1 he widow had a rather peculiar nerv ous trouble, as she stated at once. To cure it she must stroll around more or less at night under the dew and under the moonlight. Would the villagers regard that as improper? They wouldn't—not as long a...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 30 September 1909

ROW IN I. S W.N. Hi. CAMP Roadmaster Bakke Assalted by Angry Crew. Posse Sent to Usk After Rioters. Early this morning Road Master Ole Bakke, in charge of the construction work on the Idaho & Washington North ern extension at Ruby, had difficulty with a gang of Bulgarians, which re sulted in a small sized riot. There were about 56 Bulgarians in the gang and they had been working at sur facing the past few days. This morning when loading up their outfit to goto work some of them climbed onto the cars and refused to assist in loading. Mr. Bakke ordered the interpreter to put the men to work, which that indi vidual refused to do, and Bakke dis charged him. The interpreter called to the men and the whole bunch piled onto Ole, with threats to kill him, and in the melee he was- handed several blows on the head, bruising his right ear. The work train pulled out for Usk, with Mr. Bakke on the engine and the Bulgarians loaded onto flat cars. When Usk was reached they refused to allow Mr....

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 30 September 1909

is by the thrifty habit — saving week by week, some part of your earnings. One never knows what the pleasure of saving is until he starts a bank account. Then he appreciates the object and purpose of sav ing. We are offering the best inducements to de positors—liberal interest coupled with unquestioned security. Start an account with us this weeK. Gbe IRevvport Uttiner Thursday, Sept. 30, 1909. FKED L. WOLF, Editor and Publisher. Entered in the postoffice at Newport. Wash. uKton as second class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE t1.50 EACH YEAR JUST AMONG OURSELVES See Crandall for watches. Fura, Furs, Furs at the Paris Store. In Idaho, a 6-room bungalow for sale. See Frank Waterman. 16tf Payne it Vavvter are still doing busi ness on the South Side. The Paris Store is showing the very latest novelties in neckwear. W. E. Boger does undertaking and all calls answered promptly day or night, tf Mrs. A. L. Snow, of Snokane, is the of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. I. Towle. .T. L. Jaynes, who...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 30 September 1909

TAFT COMMENDS MOT'S WORK ASKS CHIEF FORESTER NOT TO RESIGN. FAVORS ROOSEVELT IDEAS Announces His Intention of Applying to Congress for Confirmatory Legislation. Salt Lake City, Sept. 2 5. —As a re sult of several long conferences with the Chief Forester, Gifford Pinchot, President Taft caused to be issued a statement, in which It is declared that never at any time during the Ballinger-Pinchot controversy has the President intended to reflect up on Pinchot, and in which Mr. Taft takes a more forward stand than ever in favor of the Roosevelt poli cies for the conservation of natural resources. The President indicates that what is to be done in the way of reclaim ing arid lands must be done within the law, but he announces his in tention of applying to Congress for such confirmatory and enabling leg islation as will put the Roosevelt po licies on the strongest possible basis. Pinchot Gives Out Taft's Letter. Mr. Pinchot, before leaving for Washington, also issued a statement, in which ...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 30 September 1909

Commissioners' Proceedings Sept 8, 1909. —Board of county commissioners me, pursuant to adjournment. All members in the matter of the hearing ot the applica- O noil of the lone Water and Light Co., coming & Mti rcgularlv to be heard and a protest being • niered by the loi.e Water A Power Co., F L. A i, nimtead* appearing for the applicants and J. \ Kochford appearing for the protestants; " witnesses ior both sides being sworn and testl -111011 v being taken ; then said matter was taken '' under advisement. Hoard adjourned to Sept. 9,1909. x pt. 9. 1909 —Board met pursuant to adjourn ~ in«-ut. All members present. Mmutes of Sept. 8 read and approved. £ it having bten reported to the board that P forest tires had damaged the bridges near the " ivnd Oreille river known as the Hanson creek y I, ridge and Hanson slough bridge and same having been dulvinvestigated.au emergency , declared to exist and J. L Bayley is hereby ~'m .loved to repair tlie Hanson creek bridge ? ~r $.50t'i and ...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 30 September 1909

Everything for Winter Before purchasing your Winter Wears he sure and ook our stock over. We are showing, bv far, the largest assortment of all kind, of Winter Wears for Men and Boys, ever shown in this city. A look will convince you that this is -right. A Few of Our Special all Wool Lines MALONE PANTS - AND . SH,RTS $3.50, $4.00, $5.00 SOO P R °,ces N m,lls mack,naws >ND SHIRTS $2, $2.50, $3.50, $4, $5.50 STALEY'S o A f„rlrrzr^= t9 ..51.50, $1.75. $2, $2.50, $3.00 J. CAPPS^ t T^. !,nd . over :..slsi $18, $20, $25, $27.50, $30 The Best Shoes for Winter W. L Douglas ' * * $3.00, $3.50 and $400 Shoes A. A. Gutter s Cruisers and Drivers. Prices $6.50, $7.50 Chippewa Lumbermen s Shoes. Prices $5.50, $6.50, $7.00 J. Miller s Heavy Shoes. Prices ' * $2.50 to $6.50 J. MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED COUNTY ELECTION NOV. 9TH Indications Are County Unit Will Go Dry. No Regulation for Country Saloons The time for filing objections to the connty unit local option petition having expired, the el...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 7 October 1909

The Newport Miner VOLUME IX WITHIN 10 MILES OF IQNE Trains Will be Operating by November First. Mail Service is Greatly Improved. I in- laying of steel on the Idaho it ■' i-hington Northern extension is again i, progress this week. Lost Creek was ,cached Wednesday leaving but ten mure miles to reach lone, which will be the terminus of the work fortius winter. ] !,c new passenger schedule to lone \illlie made effective Nov. 1, making iu i| the statement of F. A. lilackwell made lust fall, in which lie said that tlicv would be operating trains into 111 tie by Nov. 1, 1909. Headquarters for the Pend Oreille lliver Navigation Co. and the terminus i the steamboat run, were moved to .lared's <>ii Tuesday. .lared's is just >nlll of Parker Mountain, opposite the unions LeClerc ranch. The local Heights have been running to .lared's lit several weeks, and on Tuesday i.e passenger train run was extended •■i that point. No tariff has been issued that point, the railroad turning over ea...

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. — 7 October 1909

T. J. KELLY NEWPORT, Dry Goods Department Cotton Batts, two for 25c Calico, all colors, per yard *><- Percale, light colors, steam shrunk, per yard 1 ;) C Dark Percale, steam shrunk, per Vard Dress Gingham, steam shrunk per yard Nurse's Gingham, five differ ent stripes, per yard 10c Apron Gingham, all colors, yd Sc Cotton Challie, per yard 8e Creton, per yard 10c Flannellcttc per yard 1 Oc Shirting, per yard, 1 2c Curtain Swiss, per yard 20c Curtain Scrim, per yard 12k 9-1-4 unbleached Sheeting, 25c 9-1-4 bleached sheeting 27k 42 inch Pillow Tubing, per \ r d 18c 45 inch Pillow' Tubing, per yd 20c Muslin, per.yard 0 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 Chiklrens 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 . 2.75 Boy's low heavy shoes 1.75 Children's white canvas oxfords 50 Mis...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 7 October 1909

Iff LADY'S BRACELEI By GRACE ETHEL WEEKS. u'opyrigtit. 1909, by American Press Asso ciation.] /eke Jenks, a native of Missouri, at twenty years of age lost his father M ud gained thereby a farm. Not find ing the state big enough for him, he sold his farm and went to Texas, where he invested the proceeds In oil territory, of which the Octopus Oil «ouipany kindly relieved him for a . unsideration. Zeke took the consid eration to New York, where he became u great stock and cotton speculator and by the time he was thirty was worth so many millions that he didn't Lnow what to do with them. Meanwhile Zeke, having determined to see something beside his own coun try, went to London, where he kept house in fine style. Having made the acquaintance of several impecunious noblemen who gave him introductions ifor consideration), it was not long be fore he found himself a member of the celebrated smart set headed by the king of England. Certain profes sional beauties of the British capi tal, with...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 7 October 1909

POWER PLANT CONTRACT LEI Will Cost in the Neighborhood of $350,000. Material Now forward. The Sylvester Engineering Co., of which F. M. Sylvester if the proprietor, Ims been awarded the contract for the construction of the power development plant which will operate the Inland Portland Cement Co. plant,to he huilt at Metaline. on the- Pend Oreille river. The plant will cost about $300,000 or $350,000, and will develop 10,000 horse power. The power plant will develop the power of Sullivan creek and Sullivan lake. It will be located at the conflu ence of the creek and the Pend Oreille river, just above Metaline Falls. The cement plant is to be located at the same place. A 40-foot dam is to be built, at the outlet of Sullivan lake, in which enough water will be stored to maintain an average flow during the dry season suffi cient to develop 10,000 horse power. Three miles below the lakeanothei dam will be built across Sullivan creek, and the water of the creek will be turned into a large...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 7 October 1909

:i.: you will find it a convenient and accurate way . keep track of vour daily output. Pay bills by 'neek only and you have a receipt for your money vithout the danger of handling cash. Besides, it is hnittedly the most dignified way to do business iwadays. Place your accounts here, and you will ; preciate the conveniences and courtesies our cus : niers enjoy. Cbe IRewport TFliner .H" RSDAV, OCT. 7, 1909. I L. WOLF, Editor &nd Pablisist-r. ti Sririon. .i i - se- jr.f »:-:»?.*mall raatiri. - r.IPTION PRICE »I.V- EACH YEAR JI ST AMONG OURSELVES r randall f:-r watches. For?, Far? at the Pari? Store. Hi'.'r vou eoriw:»*i for sal§? See C. j T.eraian A Co. • ANTED —Girl for general house-® the Cottage House. •V. E. t> ger does undertaking and all ... - answered promptly dav <-»r night, tf ' A*.rney E. I. Jones transacted legal. >.ness at Colville davs the* 1 ■ of the wee*:. Mr. and Mrs. H. Bobier returned - .r. dar fi. rr..r.g fflom a \ leasant two " • rri? ;'3V i* tr.r IVi'J...

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

MANY KILLED IN MINE OMR FIRE FOLLOWS GAS EXPF/)SIOX AT ROSLYN, WASH. SHAFT IS FURNACE BLAST Destruction of the Shaft W ill Ma terially A fleet the Coal Supply of (lie State. Roslyn, Wash., Oct. 4. —Fifteen men are believed to have been killed or fatally injured in an explosion of gas in the shaft of Mine No. 4, of the Northwestern Improvement Co., Sunday afternoon. The mine in the neighborhood of the shaft is burning fiercely, flames rushing through the shaft with an awful roar. The electric pumps are cut off and the water supply in the city is very low. It is thought the tire in the shaft will not affect the other mines, but it. may be six months before the shaft can be put in working condition again. The cause of the explosion is un known. The tire bosses had just lelt the mine and had reported all well. Had the accident occurred on a working day, loss of life, it is feaied, would have been appalling. The mines of the Northwestern Improvement Company are the larg est iu the state ...

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

Commissioners' Proceedings (Continued From Last Week.) i.icinber 11. 1909 —The boards of county Juivsioners of Stevens aud Lincoln counties . 1 1U joint >essioii at a point on the Spokane - known as Detillicn, to inspect and ln kTfite the condition oi the Detillion bridge. 11.',- lollowing is a copy of the minutes of the meeting witn the Lincoln county com ,».*i<>uers * i• int, Sutherland, Bryant. Beggs, com -loner's, and Manning, engineer, Stevens ul iiv,and Shepherd, Eugelson, Mayer, com ,-loners, and Reed, engineer, Lincoln 111' ntv.2 mh'i a thorough investigation by the joint ,iit>!inil engineers they adjourned to the House at Davenport, Washington, for ~nt consultation ,"in Motion oi Sutherland, Mr Shepherd was ' io preside at the joint meeting. Movol ami carried, that upon the showing 1 :ti<- joint investigation by the boards anu ,iueers that the depth of the water at the , nt Detillion bridge site makes the repair 1 1,, said Detillion biidge impracticable, that...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 7 October 1909

Priest Lake and surrounding country with all its resource untouched, a storehouse of wealth and a place of great opportunities await the coming of a railroad to make it the most active place in the northwest. This rich country is in the northern part of Idaho and about 75 miles northeast of Spokane. The con tract for building a railroad from Priest river station on the Great Northern railroad up the Priest river has been let. Following are two articles that re cently appeared in the Spokane Evening Chronicle. Another railroad has made a survey from Sandpoint, Idaho. .Machinery on the ground for.a large smelter, the building of a 40,000 ft. daily capicitv sawmill and the working of the mines close hy will give employment to hundreds of men. is located on the only available piece of patented ground on the lake, and is the key to the rich Priest lake country. This town lies at the south end of the laka, a lake 27 miles long. Here is the terminus of the new railroad. Here the smelter an...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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