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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 18 November 1909

VOLUME IX COUNCIL ALLOWSLARGE SUMS Cost of Season's Improvement Gleaned Up. Suit Threatened For Damages. At the regular meeting of the town council, held Tuesday evening, consid erable business of importance was trans acted and bills amounting to large sums were allowed and ordered paid. All members of the council and the mayor were present. The matter of a final settlement with l ife Bros., of Spokane, for the work of street grading was brought np, Mr. John Fife being present, as were also a num ber of citizens owning properties on the streets graded. Mr. Fife presented a claim for $1245 for extras on the Spo kane avenue grade, claiming that he had encountered rock excavation between First and Pine streets. The under standing when the contract was entered into was to the effect that in case solid rock was encountered Mr. File was to receive additional compensation or the the grade eased so as to avoid expensive work. Citizens present owning property nil Spokane protested against th...

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. — 18 November 1909

T. J. KELLY NEWPORT, 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 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 herivy 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 a long overcoats 3.00 " flannel shirts $1.75 aud 2.25 " high top Gold Seal rubbers 3.50 " medium top Gold Seal rubbers 2.50...

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. — 18 November 1909

WASHINGTON NEWS STATED IN BRIEF TELEGRAPHIC CHRONICLE OF STATE HAPPENINGS. RAILROAD SEEKS NEW ROUTE North Yakima Is Told That Port land Will Handle Oriental Traffic. North Yakima—That the main Pa cific Coast terminal of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul extension will Le at Portland, and that the road's Oriental trade will be handled out of the Columbia river, instead of from Puget Sound, became known here Saturday, when plans matured six months ago for building a new town in the Antanum valley, south of North Yakima, were made public. The new line, as planned, will run down the west side of the Co lumbia from opposite Beverly nearly to Hanford, over territory which has recently been in litigation between the Milwaukee and North Coast. From the country the line will turn west, traversing a low pass in the Rattlesnake hills, and running down the Moxee valley to within a mile of this city, where it will cross the Yakima, run up the Ahtanum valley to the headwaters of the Klickitat...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 18 November 1909

Apple Show a Success The second annual National Apple Show being held at Spokane this week is attracting large crowds, who are well repaid by the entertainment afforded and the view of a great assemblage of the Northwest's famous product, The benefits derived from last year's show are shown by the increased attractive ness of the exhibits and the better care taken in the selection and preparation of exhibits. There are a total of 2160 exhibits entered, representing practic ally every apple district in the north west. Stevens county is making a good show ing of non-irrigated fruit. The display entered by the Newport Commercial Club is shown in the Stevens county booth, with those from the Colville and Kettle Falls valleys. Among those who have contributed to the Commercial Club display are the following: Henry Lueck, Cusick; Henry Kellar, Usk; H. J. Bolli and Mrs. Freestone, Calispel; LeClerc Bros., Jared; G. W. Metcalf, Locke; Bert Cannon, Usk ; George H. Bobier and J. VV. Ashpaugh....

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 18 November 1909

SECURITY STATE BANK A hundred in your hand is worth two hundred in some one else's pocket-book. Put your savings where you can always lay your hands on it when needed. In the mean time it is bearing interest and growing bigger year by year. We offer the best pos sible terms to investors —every possible inducement to cultivate habits of thrift and provide for the future. We shall be happy to receive your deposits. <£be iHevvport Kfliner Thursday, Nov. 18. 1909. FRED L. WOLF, Editor and Publisher. Entered in the postoffice at Newport, Wash. .iKton as second class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE *1.50 EACH YEAR JUST AMONG OURSELVES Miller does undertaking. Five or six tons of coal for sale. C. F. Craig. Have you cordwood for sale? See C. A. Sherman & Co. FOR SALE—Team and harness. In quire at City Market. Yon can save $50 if you buy a lot in the Black well addition now. Dr. Fred Balmer, veterinary surgeon of Edwall, Wash., is the guest of Dr. Ralph E. Ellis. Don't forget the Har...

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. — 18 November 1909

BOND ISSUE GOES FOR NEW DITCHES RECLAMATION FUND TO BE USED ON OLD PROJECTS. SETTLERS ASK FOR SPEED Yakima Valley Clamors for Govern ment to Complete Its Work in Haste. Washington, Nov. 16. —If congress authorizes a bond issue to facilitate government irrigation work, the money in the reclamation fund will be largely applied to the develop ment of new projects, On the other hand, if there is no bond issue, the reclamation fund, for the next few years, must be utilized almost ex clusively for the completion of the existing projects, to the exclusion of virtually all new work. President Taft has gone over the situation with Secretary Ballinger, and it is understood to be his purpose to complete existing projects before turning to something altogether new. In view of the attitude assumed by the administration, the import ance of the bond issue to the entire west can hardly be overestimated. The predicament which confronts the government is fairly illustrated in the Yakiina Valley. The ...

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. — 18 November 1909

Stevens Covnty, Wash., Delinquent Tax List, Taxes 1903 SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION, lax List of Lands in Stevens County Adver tised on Account of Unpaid Taxes. In the Superior Court of the State of Washing ton, in aud for the County ot Stevens. Stevens county, plaintiff, vs." Each and every lot, tract, part, parcel and portion of the here inafter described lands and tenements, and each and every person, firm or corporation named in the following list as Being the owner or owneis or reputed owner or owners, accord ing to the lax rolls of Stevens countv, of the lands and tenements, or any lot, tract, part, parcel or portion thereof, in said l'st herein after describea and lollowing their respective names, and each and every person, firm or corporation, known or unknown, if any, hav ing or claiming to have any lien upon or any right, title, interest or estate in or to >aiu lands and tenements, or anv lot, tract, part, parcel or portion thereof hereinafter described in said list aforesaid...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 18 November 1909

The Store that Sells the PACKARD Shoes for Men LADIES' FURS Sets from $10 to $50 We have a strong line of Ladies' Cloaks. If you need one come and see and let us quote you prices that are ri&ht. Special to Close Out A large assortment of Men's up-to-date shirts. $1.00 to $IJSO values, now 75c. Gome early and pick the good ones: The Store that Sells the MAYER Shoes for Women The Duck Club Loses Its Case The case of A. L. Weeks against Nancy J. Desart, Emmett Desart and C. H. Finley has been decided in favor of the defendants in the Spokane land office. This is the case in which the Duck club contested the homestead filings of Mrs. Desart and son and C. H. -Finley. This land is situated at the upper end of Cal ispel lake, and it was claimed by the Duck club that it could not be utilized for any agricultural purpose whatever. There was uncontradicted testimony that prior to building a dam, at the lo jver end of the lake, a portion of each claim was clear of water at certain sea son...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 25 November 1909

VOLUME IX MAY GO TO COURT Newport Saloon Case is Still Hanging Fire. Judge Rules Against Saloon Men. The case of the saloonmen of Newport against the town, contesting the validity if the local option election held Sept. 7, lemains undecided as to its merits arid will likely have a hearing before the supreme court of the state. When the case first came up ir. snner i,ir court the attorneys for the town de murred, alleging that the petition as presented did not show sufficient grounds fur action. The saloonmen had alleged that the petition on which the election was held was illegal, because it did not show the precinct in which each signer resided. The court sustained tne di miirrer, holding that in towns of the size of Newport, where there are no waids, the whole town being included in one precinct, it was not necessary to show the precinct of residence. Attorneys for the saloonmen asked for time to prepare an amended complaint, which was granted, and the case again came on for heari...

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. — 25 November 1909

T. J. KELLY NEWPORT, - = WASHINGTON Baby's moccasins 15 to $ .40 Baby's soft sole shoes 10 Baby's shoes 50c 75c 1.00 Bab>'s slippers 85 Misses slippers I*oo Childrens School Shoe 1.50 Misses and Boys School £hoe 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 white canvas oxfords 75 Ladies' white canvas oxfords 1.00 Ladies' black oxfords $1, §1-75 and 2.00 Ladies' rest shoe with strap 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 u medium weight mackinaw coats 4.00 " medium weight mackinaw pants 4.00 £k Kersey pants 2.50 " Short every day coats 2.25 '' long overcoats 3.00 " tiannel shirts $1.75 and 2.25 " high top Gold Seal rubbers 3.50 " medium top Gold Seal ...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 25 November 1909

A FEUD 111 THE MOUNTAINS. I The Avenger Forgets His Enmity to Perform a Noble Deed. By FRANK H. SWEET. I Copyright. 1909, by American Press Asso clatlon.J "Somebody '11 be made ter pay fer this!" The words were hissed rather than spoken, and the boy's fingers closed convulsively on the barrel of his long rifle. It was not yet noon, but the shadows of the forest were thick around him. Stray gleams of sunlight came through occasional openings in the foliage, and one of these fell at the boy's feet and rested upon the dead body of a large deerhound. It just touched the delicate face and ears, but left In pitying shadow the ugly wound made by the bullet. As the young mountaineer gazed at the dark scar his eye gleamed fiercely. "Somebody '11 pay fer hit," he re peated savagely, "an' I 'low thet some body '11 be Tom Peters—the low down, sneakin' spy an' traitor! He's driv pap into the mountains by his lyin' an' tale bearin', an' now he thinks he'll do what he likes with our fambly cos I'm...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 25 November 1909

Great Northern Train Wrecked Second No. 4, due through Newport last night, was wrecked at Lind, \\ ash., at 12:30 a. m., while coming over the N. P. tracks. The train was run into by an N. P. engine, head on, and the entire equipment was burned up. The engineer of the helper had orders to hold his engine on a siding, but disobeyed and ran into the passenger. The engi neer of the helper and a mail clerk were killed and it is reported that there may he many casualties among the passen geis. The Great Northern main line ba tween Spokane and Seattle, which has been out of commissiou on account of landslides and floods, was re-opened for traffic this afternoon. A Social Event A necktie social, under the auspices of the Epworth League of the Methodist Episcopal church, will be held in the lecture room of the M. E. church on Friday evening, Dec. 3. The feature of the social is this: Each lady is to bring a lunch sufficient for two, wrapped in a paper box, and is also to make two ties, one ...

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. — 25 November 1909

SECURITY STATE BANK A hundred in your hand is worth two hundred in some one else's pocket-book. Put your savings where \*ou can always lay 3 r our hands on it when needed. In the mean time it is bearing interest and growing bigger \-car by \ r ear. We offer the best pos sible terms to investors —every possible inducement to cultivate habits of thrift and provide for the future. We shall be happy, to receive your deposits. (I he IHewport flTlmer Thursday, Nov. 25, 1909. FKKD L. WOLF, Editor and Publisher. Entered in the postoffice at Newport, Wash. .tKtmi as second class mail matter. Si: BSCRIPTION PRICE 41.50 EACH YEAR JUST AMONG OURSELVES Have you cordwood for sale? See A. Sherman & Co. FOR SALE—Team and harness. In quire at City Market. You can save $50 if you buy a lot in the Blackwell addition now. C. A. Martin is now in the employ of the T. & W. X. at the local freight house. Family washing, 25c per dozen. Spe cial rates on men's wear. Telephone 14:?-.",. 28-3 Mrs. Pear...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 25 November 1909

1892' Pure Spun Aluminum Ware IS Days at Our Risk Buy any pieee of this ware from your dealer—try it fifteen days. If in thdt time you find that all the claims we make for it are not true, and if it is not just as represented, take it back and get your money. ENAMEL WARE CAUSES CANCER, SAYS DOCTOR own •vice nae s of and pate in ally and •ting 1 otl les a lse. i-nti chau ■ to f.-hes. mod" Uglll two ;iln re t •d ci per 3 —Sin sasli rwisi I ear ® va ousa sncl dolla jerri iuld. 11301 low ve a ndroi we c 2S to ir tli hree II ov Tells Homoeopaths Particles From Dishes Start Growth! in Stomach. Special Dispatch to The Xorjth American. ATLANTIC CITY, Sept. 11. The argument advanced was that chip ping of the hard-coated dishes used in prep aration of meals allowed minute but dan gerous particles of foreign matter to become mixed with the food. These are taken into the stomach, where the cancerous growth is caused by abrasions which they make in the walls of the organ. —Clipping from Philadel...

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. — 25 November 1909

Stevens County, Wash., Delinquent Tax List, Taxes 1903 SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION. . s yst of Lands in Stevens County Adver tised on AccounUof Unpaid Taxes. i the Superior Court of the State of Washing ton. in and for the County 01 Stevens. Stevens county, plaintiff, vs. Each and every nt tract, part, parcel and portion of the here after described lands and tenements, and , M, ti and every person, tirm or corporation mined in the following list as being the owner owners or reputed owner or owners, accord to tbe lax rolls of Stevens county, of the |a,mis mid tenements, or any lot, tract, part. ,nieel or portion thereof, in said l'st herein after described and lollowing their respective names, and each and every person, firm or „rporation, known or unknown, if any, hav lIS or claiming to have any lien upon or any right, title, interest or estate in or to .-aia ituids and tenements, or any lot, tract, part, Imreel or portion thereof hereinafter described ;n said list aforesaid, defendants....

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. — 25 November 1909

The Store that .Sells the PACKARD Shoes for Men Special Sale Ladies' Neckwear. We bought too heavy. Your gain our v loss. Must be closed out. Special to Close Out A large assortment of Men's up-to-date shirts r 7R<-> $1.00 to $1.50 values, sale price ...... * Do not miss this sale as it is a bona nde cut The Store that Sells the MAYER Shoes for Women NEWS OF OLD TOWN Herman J. Cone, of Billings, Mont., was arrested in Sandpoint last week on a charge of passing worthless checks on James Dougherty, of this place. Checks were cashed by Dougherty to the amount of $45. The bank at Billings returned them unhonored, as Cone had no money on deposit with them. Cone was given a hearing before Probate Judge Bande lin and was bound over to the distiict court in bonds of $1000, which he failed to produce. Earlier in the month Cone had a war rant issued for the arrest of a woman named Bartels, who, he claimed, had stolen $125 worth of clothing and jewelry from him. The officers failed to lo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 2 December 1909

The Newport Min^r / .ccr VOLUME IX MOVED COEWACROSS RIVER Fidelity's New Planer Placed In Operation. More Construction Next Season On Monday the planing mill operated by the Fidelity Lumber Co., in the plant, of the Newport Milling Co., in the north part of town, was closed down. All lumber in the yards had been dressed and only about a dozen carloads remain to be shipped out. The crew that has been operating the planing mill was taken across the river to work in the new plant. The new mill is not entirely set up, but the work is progressing as rapidly as possible and the machines already set up are being worked. About three cars of lumber per day are being shipped. When the mill is complete it will have a capacity of eight cars a day. The equipment of the new plant con sists of seven planers, one cut-off saw, one band re-saw, one siding re-saw and two moulders. All of the machinery is driven by direct, connected motors and the plant will be a model of convenience. With all the macl...

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

T. J. KELLY NEWPORT, = = WASHINGTON Ladies' rubbers t>s and $ .75 Ladies'one buckle overshoes 1.00 Ladies' 2 buckle overshoes 1.25 Ladies' rubber boots. 2.00 Men's 8 in top, Gold Seal rubbers 3.50 Men's 5 in. top, Gold Seal rubbers. . . 2.50 Men's 3 in. top, Gold Seal rubbers. .. 1.95 Men 12 in. leather top, G. S. rubbers 3.50 Men's 8 in. leather top, Star rubbers.. 3.00 Men's 4 in. leather top, Star rubbers. . 2.25 Men's 4 buckle, Goodyear overshoes.. 2.50 Men's 1 buckle, Goodyear overshoes. . 1.75 Men's 1 buckle common overshoes. .. 1.50 Men's common rubber boots 3.00 Men's Snag Proof boots 4.00 Child's rubbers to wear over shoes. . . .40 Miss' rubbers to wear over shoes 50 Child's 2 buckle overshoes*. 1.00 Miss' 2 buckle overshoes 1.25 Child's rubber boots 1.50 Miss' rubber boots 1.75 Boy's leather top Gold Seal rubbers.. 2.15 Men's mackinaw pants 3.50 " good mackinaw coats 4.00 " best mackinaw coats 5.00 " rain proof warm coats 2.25 " rain proof warm overcoats 3.00 " oil pant...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 2 December 1909

WASHINGTON NEWS STATED IN BRIEF TELEGRAPHIC CHRONICLE OF STATE HAPPENINGS. CODE IS ASSAILED AS BAD Spccial Session of Legislature May Be Sought to Repeal Criminal Laws. Olympia—There is serious talk bere that unless the state supreme cwurt secures an early opportunity to act and renders a decision that the entire new criminal code is in valid. another special session of the legislature may be sought to repeal the measure. The demand for prompt repeal or else wiping the code out by adverse decision of the supreme court comes from the belief that ultimately the code will be held invalid. When that holding is made, of course, it will render equally invalid all prose cutions had since the new law went into effect. The fact that the scores of crimi nal cases heard nowadays through out the state, all at great expense to the taxpayers, may have to be *11 tried over again by reason of a declaration that the law is in valid. and the probability that the tangled situation will be taken ad van...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 2 December 1909

Mining News A dispatch from Orient to the Spokes man-Review, dated Nov. 29, says that a big strike has been made in the "\ alley j Dew" mine near that place. The Valley Dew is located near the First Thought mine, one of the greatest gold producers in the northwest at the present time. The ledge on the Valley I >ew is claimed to carry gold values averaging $000 to the ton. Quite a number of persons in this end of Stevens county have stock in the Valley Dew. Michael Kelly,of Colville, formerly a resident of Newport and a brother of Thomas Kelly, is the presi dent of the company. If the reports are verified and the mine continues to operate, Stevens county will have the reputation of hay ins the two greatest gold producing mines in this section within her bor ders. J. b. Wilcox returned home Sunday evening from an eastern trip. Mr. W il cox is interested in some of the best prospects in the northern portion of Homier county and had gone east to in terest some capitalists in the prop...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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