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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 14 October 1909

VOLUME IX BAM CO. STRENGTHENED Local Money Provided to En large-Business. Company Is Now Incorporated The Newport Battery Co., started in this city last spring by R. S. Anderson and J. F. Pfeiffer, has been incorporated with a number of local people as stock holders, anil with capital provided for further installation of machinery and purchase of material will shortly be in shape to do business on a larger scale. Since starting the manufacture of dry cells Messrs. Pfeiffer and Anderson have been doing the work of pioneering the industry. The cells have been thor oughly tested for various purposes bv wholesalers of electrical supplies in Spo kane and other northwestern cities, and the company is assured of business that should make the industry profitable and start it on a successful career The new company is incorporated with a paid-up capital of $7000, all subscribed by local people. Mr. A. C. McLane has been working on the incorpoiation for several weeks past and the deal was cons...

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. — 14 October 1909

TP • NEWPORT, 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 ~. • 1.50 Misses and Boys School Shoo 1.75 Boy's tiin 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 canvas oxfords 75 Ladies' white canvas oxfords 1.00 Ladies' black oxfords $1, $1.75 and 2.00 Ladies' rest shoe with «trap over instep 1.00 Child's 2 buckle overshoes $ .50 Child's rubbers to wear over shoes. . . .40 Men's short oil coats 1.00 long oil coats 1.25 '■ yellow oil pants 1.00 black oil pants 1.00 11 very best mackinaw pants. .... 4.50 " very best mackinaw coats 5.00 medium weight mackinaw coats 4.00 medium weight mackinaw pants 4.Q0 " Kersey pants 2.50 " Short every day coats.. 2.25 long overcoats 3.00 " llanne I shirts $1.75 and 2.25 high top Gold Seal rubbers. . . . 3.50 " med...

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. — 14 October 1909

THE TELEPHONE US AH INTERPRETER By F. A. MITCH EL. [Copyright, 1909, by American Press Asso ciation.] "Hello, Simmons. Got back all ssffe, I see. Had a good time?" "Well, yes; rather." "You look as if you hadn't. Any thing unpleasant happened?" "I don't exactly—you see—they tell me there's a certain time in a man's life when he doesn't know whether he's done a very big thing or a vary little one." "Haven't got into trouble on account of one of your practical jokes, have you?" "It's something like that. Come here and sit down. I'll tell you." They had met in a city park. Sim mons led the way to a bench. They seated themselves, and he began his tale of woe. "When I w r as in Paris, at the pension where I stopped—they call 'em pen sions over there; we call 'em boarding or hash houses here—was a French girl. I took a kind of shine to her, and I fancied she took a kind of shine to me, but neither of us could speak a word of the same language. I met Turpin over there. Remember Turpin? Red...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 14 October 1909

BADLY HURT BY FALLING LOG Newport Man In Critical Condi tion in Hospital. Was Assisting in Loading Logs Samuel McGeelies in a critical condi tion at St. Luke's Hospital, as the result of an accident which occurred while assisting in loirging on the Adam Voss place, about seven miles north of New port late Saturday afternoon. Mr. McGee, who is a logging contrac tor, had a force of men at work logging on a contract for the Fidelity Lumber Co. Ile was assisting in loading logs onto a truck, when oneol thelogsonthe second tier started to roll off. He at tempted to stop it with hiscanthook, hut the canthook broke arid the log rolled off, striking him in the back as he was in a stooping posture trying to get out of the way. liis spine was injured and several ribs fractured, bis lower limbs being paralyzed and rendered impervious to feeling. The accident occurred near the I.& W. N. tracks and a passing freight was (lagged, bringing him to town as speed ily as possible. Local physicians...

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. — 14 October 1909

SECURITY STATE BANK should be the weekly pay envelope and the savings hank book. The contents of the first should always contribute to the growth of the other. Every wise earner should be a wise saver. Nothing like pre paring for the proverbial rainy day which comes sooner or later to all of us. Open an account in our Savings Hank and vou will be getting good in terest 011 your deposits. wbe "fßewport HTliner Tin rsday, Oct. 14, 1V)09. KKKH 1,. WOLF, Kditor and Publisher. Kntered in the postoftice at Newport, Wash, •lgton as second class mail matter. SI'HSCRIPTION PRICK >!.;» KXCH YEAR JUST AMONG OURSELVES See Crandall for watches. Kurs, Furs, Furs at the Pari? Store. F. Craig is at Spokane today on a ! business trip. Have von cord wood for sale? See C. A. Sherman & Co. WANTED —Girl for general house work, at the Cottage House. W. F. Boger does undertaking and all calls answered promptly day or night, tf; J. \Y. Wood has the lumher 011 the ; if round for the building of a hom...

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. — 14 October 1909

TAFT TO REVISIT THE PHILIPPINES WILL MAKE THE TRIP IN SUM MER OF 1911. MANY TO ACCOMPANY HIM Voyage to Manila Will Be Made on Board One of the Fast Niivy Cruisers. San Francisco, Oct. 12.—President Taft has decided to make a trip to the Philippines in the summer of 1911 unless some situation arises that will prevent it. The President has discussed with the congressmen in his party about the proposed trip and has decided to make the voyage to the far eastern possessions unless some reason not now apparent intervenes. Taft had previously announced that he would visit Alaska and Hawaii next summer, but the 30-day voyage to Manila is a new presidential under taking in the way of travel, of unprec edented magnitude. The trip to Manila will be made on board of one of the fast navy cruis ers, and a party of senators and con gressmen will make the voyage in an other vessel, meeting the President in the orient. Taft's interest in the Philippine sit uation is shown by his recent speeches, in ...

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. — 14 October 1909

Apples on Non-Irrigated Land Fortunes are being made by men who know the business of growing t ti [oU grade commercial apples on miii-irrigated land in the Inland Kuipire. From Moscow, Idaho, t t,j H ueason at least 100 carloads of grade apples will be shipped, 1M addition to extensive carload shipments of prunes and pears. Kroni non-irrigated orchards ;ll ound Troy, Idaho, it is estimated that from 25 to 50 cars of choice winter apples will be shipped. Krr.tcheck Brothers, who own a /o acre apple orchard near Troy, t '\ |icet to pack over 7000 boxes, and refused an offer of $1.10 a box for their apples on the tree. The „Mllltry around Troy is being brought, under a high state of pro ductiveness by the thrift and in dustry of a large colony of Swedish farmers, many of whom have small commercial orchards and are mak ing big profits. Land suited to apple growing ( in be bought in the Palouse and Potlatch country around $50 an acre, and extensive areas of cut over timber lands that are...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 14 October 1909

1L BE CREDIT TO THE TOWN Description of New Building of Electric Company. To be Gompleted in Ninety Days The new office and sub-station build ing for the Northern Idaho & Montana Power Co., to be built at Washington avenue and Pine street, will be pushed to completion at once. The concrete foundations for this building have been completed by F. E. Lehmkuhl, a local contractor, and contract for the balance of the work was let on Friday, Oct. B,Jo Contractor Anderson, of Sandpoint. The building will be 25x74 feet, built of red pressed brick laid in red mortar, with cement coping and trim and terra cotta name plate. The front part of the building, 25x32, which is shown in the illustration, will be one story in height and will be used for office and display room purposes, will be plastered, trim med with fir finish stained a dark oak, iir floors. Bank fixtures will be in stalled. Two plate glass display win dows, one fronting Pine street and one fronting Washington ayenue, will be u...

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. — 21 October 1909

The Newport Miner VOLUME IX NEW SCHEDULE NOVEMBER 1 Two Trains Daily Between Spo kane and lone. Track'laying is Again in Progress The new schedule of the Idaho & Washington Northern Railroad, to be come effective Nov. 1, with the comple tion of the extension to lone, is as fol lows: Train No. 2 will leaye Spokane at 7 :o0 a. m., arrive at Newport at 9:50 and lone at 11:40. No. 104 will leave Spokane at 5:10 p. m., arrive Newport 7:18 and lone at 9:08 p. m. Southbound No. 103 will leave lone at 7:30 a. m., arrive Newport at 9:20 and Spokane at 11:30 a.m. No. 1 will leave lone at 2:10 p. m.,Newportat 4 :00 and arrive at Spokane at 6:30. The local freight will arrive from Spokane at about 8:30 a. in and from lone at 3 p. m. No. 8, now arriving from Spirit Lake at 7:40 a. m., No. 9, leaving Newport tor Spirit Lake at 7:15 p. in., and Nop. 105 at 1:08 p. m. and 106 at 1:50 p. m. are cut off by the new schedule. All trains will be daily and make all regular and flag stops as heretofor...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 21 October 1909

T. J. KELLY NEWPORT, 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 I*oo 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 canvas oxfords 75 Ladies' white canvas oxfords 1.00 Ladies' black oxfords $1, $1.75 and 2.00 Ladies' rest shoe with «trap over instep 1.00 Child's 2 buckle overshoes $ .50 Child's rubbers to wear over shoes . . .40 Men's short oil coats 1.00 long oil coats 1.25 '• yellow oil pants 1.00 black oil pants 1.00 " very best mackinaw pants 4.50 " very best mackinaw coats 5.00 " medium weight mackinaw coats 4.00 " medium weight mackinaw pants 4.00 " Kersey pants 2.50 " Short every day coats 2.25 '' long overcoats 3.00 " flannel shirts $1.75 and 2.25 " high top Gold Seal rubbers. .. . 3.50 " medium top G...

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. — 21 October 1909

LOVERS' LEAP. A Lesson In Matchmaking That Brought Double Results. By NELLIE CRAVEY GILLMORE. [Copyright, 11)09, by Associated Literary Press. J Miss Drusilla looked shrewdly across the reading table at Colonel Weyman. He gave no outward indication of hav ing foolishly lost liis passage, and the ominous clattering of scissors on the bare mahogany opposite caused him to glance up with an ostentatious display of surprise. .Miss Drusilla proceeded to divest herself of needle, thimble and yara be fore framing her opening words with cool deliberation. "It appears to me, John, that the time for clinching mat ters between these young people is just about ripe." Colonel Weyman received this an nouncement with a beaming face. "Ex actly, Drusilla. 1 was thinking about putting a bug in the young scamp's ear no later than this verj T morning. You do the same in regard to Penel ope. We'll just drop them a hint or two concerning our wishes in the mat ter; give them to understand that their union ...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 21 October 1909

ADDITIONAL LOCAL FOR SALE—Fifty Plymouth Rock hens and pullets. A. R. Tiss. FOR SALE—Lady's driving horse, buggy and harness, cheap. Or. Ellis. Star Livery. ' Henry A. Miller, Undertaker and Li censed Embalmer. All calls answered promptly 1 , day or night. Select your heating stove now. Sev eral sizes and prices to select from. Your old heater taken as part pay. Lell & Turnbull. FOR SALK—Two lots and six-room house, close in, cheap for cash. I*or particulars address 307 Sherman street, Coeur d'Alene, Idaho. Many carloads of machinery and outfit tor the construction cf the cement plant at Sullivan creek and the new mill at lone are going through here. The I. &W. N. is hauling stone for rip-ranping the track at the big fill just north of the Eagle mine, to pievent tiie danger of washing out by high water. The government surveying crew at work on the Idaho-Washington state line has completed running the line to the boundary and the men will return to Newport in a few days. For ...

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. — 21 October 1909

SECURITY STATE BANK should be the weekly pay envelope and the savings bank book. The contents of the first should always contribute to the growth of the other. Every wise earner should be a wise saver. Nothing like pre paring for the proverbial rainy day which conies sooner or later to all of us. Open an account in our Savings Bank and you will be getting good in terest on your deposits. ■Zbc IHewport miner Thursday, Oct. 21, 1909. FRED L. WOLF, Editor and Publisher. Kntered in the postoffice at Newport, Wash, ngton as second class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE *1.50 EACH YEAR JUST AMONG OURSELVES See Crandall for watches. Furs, Furs, Furs at the Paris Store. Have you cord wood for sale? See C. A. Sherman & Co. WANTED —Girl for general house work, at the Cottage House. M. M. Satnmons and wife are enter taining a girl born on Sunday. W. A. Sloan, of Locke, was a Newport visitor Sunday and Monday. W. E. Boger does undertaking and all calls answered promptly day or night, tf .1. ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 21 October 1909

Two - Bar Ranch The Manager Got His Instruc tions and Obeyed Them By DONALD ALLEN Copyright, 1903, by Associated Lit erary Press. A manager, a housekeeper, a cook and twenty-six cowboys made up the complement at the Two-Bar ranch, and every one except the manager was la boring under suppressed excitement. No orders had been promulgated, but the Saturday afternoon had been de voted by unanimous consent toward washing up, combing hair and bring ing out white shirts and red neckties. Two weeks previously old Jim Brad shaw, foreman, who was supposed to be deep in the confidence of the man ager, had said to the storekeeper on Lame Calf creek: "Tom, old Two-Bar is coming right to the front in a business way." "As to how?" "Going to have a telephone line over to the railroad." "That ain't so much." "Going to fit up an office for the manager with desks and chairs, same as a New York broker's office." "Nothing to brag of." "doing to have a typewriting ma chine." "Lots of folks got 'em." "And...

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. — 21 October 1909

Commissioners' Proceedings October i, 1909.-Board of county commis sioners met pursuant to adjournment. Com missioners Sutherland and Bryant present. Mr Beggs was in Spokane on county business. The following bills were allowed : <i.okane Chamber of Commerce, rent of booth for Sept., co fair fund $12 50 r S Weston, judge of election 3 00 v O Evans, inspector of election 3 00 I T I)olan. inspector and hall rent 8 00 John Doyle, judge of election 3 00 r s Stevens, inspector of election and postage and building boot hs 5 13 \\ in Edwards, judge of election 3 00 ( H Fowler, inspector of election and returning ballots —. 0 22 «. \\ Zigler, inspector of election and postage ! • 315 K C Kdgington, judge of election 3 00 i M Dempsey. judge of election and postage • 320 A N Merrill, judge of election 3 00 Martin S Corv, inspector of election and postage 3 fiS \V l> Thexton, judge of election 3 oo u \\ Mokler, inspector and returning ballots 4 20 I rank J Bradeeu, judge oi election 3 00 ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 21 October 1909

We bought Right so we can sell right 6=foot extension tables at $ 8.00 Dressers at $12.00 Hoger Furniture Co. WORK ON CLEARING METHODS New Scheme Being Tried Out By State College- Will Benefit Logged-Off Districts The "charcoal or pitting method" of removing stumps, which the college in vestigatois think can be reduced to a degree of efficiency. which will cut to one-fifth the cost of removing the stumps from logged-off lands, will be demonstrated under the direction of H. W. Sparks, supervisor of demonstration farms for the college, at the Pomona grange meeting at Woodland, October 28 and 30. Several persons m oth Eastern and Western Washington have already re pprted success with the charcoal or pit ting process, among whom are J. W. Morrison, of Valley ford. Wash., who has cleared three acres by the method mentioned. Capt. E. J. Cruse, of Castle Rock, says he has succeeded with the method, as has also William Booth, of Little Ealls, who has cleared six acres averaging 100 stumps p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 28 October 1909

The Newport Miner VOLUME IX hold-up bandit met death Was Leader in Attempt On Old Town Saloon. Local Talent in Desperate Game An attempted hold-up in Old Town Saturday night proved disastrous to iiobt, Hackworth, of Albeni Falls, ring leader in the attempt, his death occur ring at the Newport Hotel Sunday night. At about 11 o'clock Saturday evening three men, two of them armed with Winchester rifles and the other cairving two revolvers, came into the side en trance ol the Dougherty & Wilcox sa loon. Four or five men besides the em ployes of the saloon were present and promptly put up their hands at the or der of the bandits. James Wilcox, one of the proprietors, was sitting at the end of the bar with his back against the wall. At the command to hold up his bands he did so and at the moment slipped from the chair behind the bar. He pulled out his revolver, a 32 auto matic, and crawled along the bar about two-thirds of the length of it, when he «tuck his head over the bar and shot...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 28 October 1909

T. J. KELLY NEWPORT, Shoe Department Baby's moccasins 15 to $ .40 Babv's soft sole shoes Baby's shoes 50c 75c 1.00 Baby's slippers 85 Misses slippers Childrens School Shoe 1.50 Misses and Boys School Shop 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 oxfords. . . 75 Ladies' white canvas oxfords 1.00 Ladies' black oxfords $1, $1.75 and 2.00 Ladies' rest shoe with «trap over instep 1.00 Child's i! buckle overshoes $ .50 Child's rubbers to wear over shoes... .40 Men's short oil coats 1.00 long oil coats 1.25 '• yellow oil pants 1.00 " black oil pants 1.00 '• very best mackinaw pants 4.50 " very best mackinaw coats 5.00 '' medium weight mackinaw coats 4.00 " medium weight mackinaw pants 4.00 " Kersey pants 2.50 " Short every day coats 2.25 " long overcoats 3.00 " llannel shirts $1.70 and 2.25 " high top Gold Seal rubbers.. .. 3.50 " medium to...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 28 October 1909

ANGEL UNAWARES. The Ring She Sold and the Hap piness That Came to Her. By JEROME SPRAGUE. [Copyright. I*jo9, by Associated Literary Press.] Mr. Kendall, building a bonfire on the back lot. grumbled, "What's the use?" Mrs. Kendall cauie to the kitchen door. "Well, I don't see how we can help taking her in." "One more mouth to feed," said Mr. Kendall as he piled boxes and papers on the flames. "Well. 1 told her," said Mrs. Ken dall anxiously, "that she'd have to take pot luck, and that you always had your chop or egg for breakfast be cause you worked so hard, and that the children and I ate the leftovers, and she said that was all right—that she'd eat the leftovers too." "Humph!" said Mr. Kendall. "She'll get tired of that." Hut she didn't get tired of it. She ate hash and warmed over potatoes and fried bread and mysterious cu linary resurrections and said to Mrs. Kendall smilingly, "Everything tastes so good." "I'm glad you think so, Miss Milli cent," Sarah Kendall said. "You al ways...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 28 October 1909

PUBLIC SCHOOLS ARE CLOSED Churches and All Public Gather ings Discontinued. Sitnation Not Considered Serious Owing to the prevalence of diphtheria and the laxity in observance of quaran tine regulations in the past few weeks, Dr. Phillips, city health oflicer, on Wednesday morning ordered the public schools of the city closed and all churches and other public gatherings discontinued until the spread of the disease is checked. There are ten homes in }his city quarantined with about the same num ber of cases. None of the cases have as sumed a seiious aspect but in order to check the disease it was thought best to take radical steps to exterminate it. Several of the cases are children from the sixth and seventh grades of the school and the teacher in charge of those grades, Miss Bergland, is also afllicted. During the time the school is closed the rooms will be thoroughly fumigated. No new cases are reported today and with the precautions now being taken it is likely that there will be...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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