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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 16 December 1909

Cary's Success!! Due to the immense business for the past week, and for the benefit of those who could not enter our door on account of crowds ahead of you, who took up not only the time of 12 clerks, but the space of the store. The Greatest Success Known to Newport will commence SATURDAY, DECEMBER 18th, and will continue until DECEMBER 24th. We are not only slashing the prices on Groceries, Shoes, Rubbers, Men's Clothing and Furnishings, but a great dis play of Dry Goods, and in fact everything in the line of General Merchandise. For the last week's sale we intend to make the prices so low that Newport and its vicinity will acknowledge the greatest oppor tunity known to Newport. Men's, Women's and Children's Shoes and Rubbers. Men's $1.50 to $3.75 Sale price - - $1.39 Ladies' $1.50 to $3.85 Sale price - - $1.39 Boy's $1.35 to $2.85 Sale price . . $ .95 Misses' $1.25 to $2.85 Sale price - - $ .95 HV'B'BE'RS Up to $1.75 Sale price - - $ .79 ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ Men's Furnishing Goods Dress r...

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. — 16 December 1909

You will have to hurry! 7 more shopping days; then Christmas. Gifts For everyone that are useful. Commencing December 22nd, for 3 days will seil at a discount from the original price. This is no mark up and then cut down sale. We will leave our old marks, no changing it a bit, and let you figure your own discount. 2() Per Cent. Off on AH Furs , Must close them out. A swell assortment made up in the latest styles. Former prices from $7.50 to $50.00. 10 Per Cent. Off on Cloaks 10 per cent, off on all Ladies' Misses' and Children's cloaks. A large assortment in the latest fabrics and styles. , Men's Clothing Dept. Xmas shoppers will find our Men's Furnish ings Department complete in everything. Men's shirts, ties, sweaters, suspenders, sup porters, suit cases hats and shoes. Regular 50 cent ties now on sale for 25c We still have a large assortment in different styles in l>ing's all wool suits $15 to $22. (Juaranteed all wool. Shoes and Slip pers for Xmas To fit the feet is a treat. ...

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. — 23 December 1909

The Newport Miner VOLUME IX METALINE EXTENSION ASSURED Work to be Completed by June, First, 1910. Great Northern Trains Wrecked Railroad men connected with the Idaho & Washington Northern state that :i contract has been signed up with »;rant Smith Co., for the construction of the grade for the extension of the road from lone to Sullivan Creek in the Metaline mining district. Work is to be started as soon as possible, and it is hoped to have the extension in opera tion by June 1. The railroad is now in the market for the nurchase of 30,000 ties to be used in the construction of the extension. The road will cross to the east side of the Pehd Oreille river at the north end of box Canyon, with a span 250 feet long and 90 feet above high water. Material foi the bridge has already been ordered, and the steel for the line is stored at Spirit Lake. The construction of this extension will ■five a great impetus to the mining in dustries of the Metaline district, which have lain dormant fo...

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. — 23 December 1909

T. J. KELLY NEWPORT, Ladies' rubbers $ «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 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 | 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... 1.25 Men's common rubber boots 3.00 Men's Snag Proof boots 4.00 Men's Snag Proof Hip Boots 6.00 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 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 pants 1.00 " heavy Kersey pants 2.50 good dress pants 2.50 " better dress pants ...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 23 December 1909

WALL STREET SEES BIG MONEY TRUST MEN OF MILLIONS ACTING IN CONCERT. MORGAN SAID TO HEAD DEAL Government's Operations Could Be Crippled by Refusal to Finance Bond Issues. New York, Dec. 20. —So close have >ecome the alliance and amalga mations of leading financial interests in Wall street during the last tliree months that almost the absolute con trol of the country's financial affairs is now centralized in the hands of a few men, who are acting in con cert. A money trust has come into existence, with J. P. Morgan at its head, the most gigantic combination of capital in the world. There is no concrete definite or ganization to this latest trust; no legal incorporation, 110 elected di- J. PIERPONT MORGAN. rectors, no list of stocholders. It is simply a "community of interest." Has Great Power. Some of the things the trust could do are: It could call $200,000,000 of loans over night and ruin any adversary. It could reduce credits to such a degree as to cause extreme money stringency...

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. — 23 December 1909

Carv's THE PEOPLE'S OUTFITTERS Men's Reliable Hats in assorted shapes, Black, gray or brown, all the best $2.00 grades, Take your choice aa for I «Vv Boy's Pants All reduced for quick sell- aa ing. (V>c values now VvC Better grade of Boy's Pants a worth up to $1.00 at DvC MEN'S HEAVY WINTER UNDERWEAR Fleeced or Ribbed —first quality — perfect goods—the regular *a 75c qualities. Sale price. . . O«JC Children's Underwear Heavy fleece lined underwear, sizes up to 20. Worth 35 cents j|f) at ZOC Children's fleeced underwear, sizes up to 34. Worth 45 cents qh at ZSfC M E R R Y X M A S To All! CRANDALL The Jeweler ■ ■ A Powerful Demonstration I "Sell the Goods" are the orders that must be obeyed without considering the loss No matter how low others may sell their goods You can get them for less at Gary's. Sale will positively end next Friday. Men' Suits flust Go! We are determined to close out every suit in the house in the next three days —step lively and get yours before they're all g...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 23 December 1909

SECURITY STATE BANK J. T. PHILLIPS, Pres.; Wm. MOESER, First Vice Pri».; \V. C. V LAWRENCE, Second Vice Pres.; F.. C. KRAUSE, Cashier; FKEI) STEVENS, Assistant Cashier, E. J. LUTZ, J. A. NOBLE, J. C. McDONALI), Geo. H. BOBIER Four Per Cent. Interest Paid on Time Deposits She Viewport HTliner Thursday, Dec. 2?>, 1909. FRED L. WOLF, Editor and Publisher Kntered in the postoflice at Newport, Wash. ußton as second class mail matter. SIJBBCRIPTION PRICE #1.50 EACH YEAR JUST AMONG OURSELVES It cays to trade with Shrove. Rev. Ci. H. Rice was a Spokane visitor on Thursday. Tommy Barnes has gone to his ranch for a month. Have you cordwood for sale? See C. A. Sherman & Co. Try us on that Christmas order of grocfries. Payne & Vawter. Phone 101. Attorney Jones was called to Blueslide last Saturday to attend to some legal matter". Fine B. & M. Tamales at the Antler Cigar Store. Archie McDonald, pro prietor. 29-tf See Wintemnte regarding home views and interiors at Xtnas. They can ...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 23 December 1909

ELECTRICITY In the Home Northern Idaho & Montana Power Co., Ltd. Cusick Items At a meeting of the Commercial Club of Cusick the other evening a summary of happenings in the last few months was read, as follows: A new store building by Geo. E. Smith, a new residence by S. E. Rentfrew, a new meat market by F. A. Purchase, the removal of S. E. Rentfrow Co. from the little one story building to their present stand and a large increase in their stock, the extensive repairs and building of a large wareroom by Wike Bros., the building of the Wetzler hotel, sample rooms and other extensive repairs by L. B. Smith on his hotel building, the removal of .T. G. Shoemaker's livery from the old stand to the larger barns at the Commercial hotel and a corresponding increase in stock, extensive repairs by Chas. Davis to his billiard parlors and confec tionery, residence by Richard No lan. construction of a new $1200 church, the building of a new busi ness block by Nels Quist, construc tion of a l...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 23 December 1909

THE PANAMA HAT, What Came of a Glimpse of the Initials on the Inside. By HARRIET LUMMIS SMITH. [Copyright, 1909, by Associated Literary Press.J As Genevieve came on deck the young wan in the panama hat glanced over bis shoulder in her direction. Then, with surprisiug alacrity, he whirled about, and the rapid removal of the panama revealed a well shaped nead and close cropped dark hair, Hbieh clung through many vicissitudes to an unmistakable tendency to curl. as the morning dew vanishes under che fierce rays of the midsummer sun, so the young man's expression of joy ful animation disappeared when met by Genevieve's chilly stare. His lower jaw dropped. The color mounted from the top of his rather high collar to the roots of his hair. Genevieve went on her way well satisfied with herself. "I imagine he thinks me not quite as ungophistocated as he supposed. Prob ably his intention was to surprise me lato a bow and then to presume on that to join me. And by the time that 1 had explained...

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

A Merry Christmas G. A. SHERMAN & GO. NEWS OF OLD TOWN County Commissioner Finstad was down from Priest River on Monday, looking oyer the town and attending to some matters concerning the road over seer's office. Kid Ross has returned after a few months' swing around the circle in Idaho and Washington. Philip Nagle is contemplating tearing down the building formerly occupied by Pickett, and constructing a building of a different character. Mrs. Ida Brunz has repxirchased the lodging house formerly managed by her at the lower end of Washington avenue, and it is understood that she will oper ate the place in y the future. Cora Rheody has been keeping the place dur ing tha past season. The firm of McDonald & Mars has dissolved partnership, Mr. McDonald retiring. A man named Xafferty, from Spokane, purchased the interest of the retiring partner. N. B. Baldwin, of St. Maries, Idaho, formerly proprietor of the Newport hotol, was looking over the city yester day. Charlie Gholson, p...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 30 December 1909

The Newport Miner VOLUME IX 01 THE UD EMPIRE 1910 Will See More Railroad Construction. Milwaukee Invading This Section. That the coming year will be one of great activiiv in railroad building in this part of the Inland Empire is evi denced by the many reports of activity that are appearing in the daily papers. The railroad extension that most par ticularly interests the people of this sec tion is the building of the Idaho &. Washington Northern from lone to Metaline, a distance of ten miles. The contract for the building of the grade has been let to Grant Smith it C'o., and a crew of men is already at work clear ing right-of-way. This ten miles of road will be expensive construction, and will cost over $50,000 per mile in addition to the cost of bridging the river at Box Canyon. From Priest River come continued reports oi the activity of Great Nort hern surveyors seeking a route from the main line of the railroad to Priest Lake. The latest reports are that the surveyors are runn...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 30 December 1909

T. J. KELLY NEWPORT, Ladies' rubbers $ -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 3 in. top, Gold Seal rubbers. . . 1.95 Men 12 in. leather top, G. S. rubbers 3.50 Men's S 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. .. 1.25 Men's common rubber boots . 3.00 Men's Snag Proof boots 4.00 Men's Snag Proof Hip Boots 6.00 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 I*so Miss' rubber boots 1-75 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 pants 1.00 " heavy Kersey pants 2.50 good dress pants 2.50 " * better dress pants 3.00 w...

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. — 30 December 1909

iideliohts from other CITIES IN WASHINGTON Montesano—-The past week has been a busy one for hunters and in cidentally "> r thc county auditor, that official having paid bounties on 15 wildcats killed by the hunters truni different parts \>f the county. Seattle —The Union Pacific an nounced that with the beginning of train service January 1, lumber tariffs via the Portland gateway will become effective over the whole Southwestern States and California and Oregon. Tacoma—J. D. Warren, who was in the service of the United States government for several years hunt ing Jesse James and his brothers, died of old age at the residence of his son-in-law, County Assessor Railsback. Seattle —R. T. Phillips, a team ster employed by a local transfer company, was found dead on Jack son street, near Railroad avenue. The body bears many marks of violence, and murder by thugs is suspected. Montesano— Few turkeys were eaten in Montesano, as local dealers were obliged to return to Portland the shi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 30 December 1909

ADDITIONAL LOCAL A boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. 1). J- Bennett Wednesday. Colville is up against the necessity of building a new high school. Officers of the I. O. O. F. lodge will be installed next Saturday evening. Commissioner J. C. Finstad, of Priest Kiver, was a Newport visitor Tuesday. CHICKENS WANTED—We will pay the highest market price. Wilcox & Paulsen, City Market, Newport. Mr. and Mrs. A 1 Mclnnis have moved to lone, where A 1 will work with his brother, Jiobert, on the clearing of right-of-way for the Metaline extension of the 1. & W. N. F. K. Fisk, of Spokane, was called to Newport Wednesday by the news of a serious injury to his brother, who had a leg crushed in a logging accident and is being cared for at the \ane hospital. H. H. Jones, of Sandpoint, local man ager for the Northern Idaho & Montana Power Co., was in town Monday in specting progress on the rebuilding oi the lines of the electric company in this city. Messrs. Alger and McCullough went to Meta...

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. — 30 December 1909

SECURITY STATE BANK J. T. PHILLIPS, Pres.; Wm. MOESER, First Vice Pres.; W. C. LAWRENCE, Second Vice Pres.; F. C. KRAUSE. Cashier; FKED STEVENS, Assistant Cashier. £. J. LUTZ. J. A. NOBLE, J. C. McDONALD, Geo. H. BOBIER Four Per Cent. Interest Paid on Time Deposits YOUR BUSINESS SOLICITED £hc IRewport miner Thursday. Dec. 80, 1909. FRKD L. WOLF, Editor Bad Publisher lime red In the postoffice at Newport. Wash, ugtou asßeeonri class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE >1.:>0 EACH YKAR JUST AMONG OURSELVES It pays to trade with Shrcve. Have yon cord wood for sale? See C. ; A. Sherman & Co. Dr. Win. Grover, of Spokane, spent the week with relatives in Newport. E. B. H. Reinly returned this week from a two months' business trip through the east. Fine B. <k M. Tamales at the Antler Cigar Store. Archie McDonald, pro prietor. 29-tf The Fidelity mill closed down over Christmas, but resumed work on Mon day. The Indies' Aid Society of the First Baptist church will meet Thursday, .lan...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 30 December 1909

NO LIQUOR TO BE SHIPPED C. 0.0. INTERSTATE LIQUOR LAW EF FECTIVE JANUARY 1. MEASURE WORK OF "DRYS" Packages of Liquors Shipped Into Dry States Must Be Addressed to Bona Fide Consignees. Washington, Dec. 27.—0n and af ter January 1, 1910, the importation of liquor into prohibition states must be carried on openly and above board. No longer may the user of liquors receive these* articles unless the package in which they are ship ped is plainly marked on the cover, showing the nature and extent of the liquid contents. This is one of the requirements of the new interstate liquor law, which was incorporated in the penal code passed at the last regular session of congress. This new law is the first fruit of the long-continued campaign waged by the Prohibitionists before con gress. Not only does the code require the plain marking of packages con taining liquor, but it puts an end to the practice of express an<J freight agents acting as collectors for liquor agents and also puts a stop t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 30 December 1909

Her Lesson In Loving It Wu i Severe One, but It Brought Her Happiness By LOUISE OLNEY Copyright. 1909, by Associated Lit erary Press. After a good nigbt so listless that ( Her mother sighed at the change in her daughter, Anne Morton went to ber room and locked the door. Throw ing aside her lace cloak, she turned on ail the lights and. tali and graceful In her clinging yellow gown, studied berself in the mirror. Richard Hunter had not asked for a j •ingle dance, but had devoted himself to Mollie Pierce. Anne began to real- j lie that this had been the order of 1 things for some time. Morris Trevor also had not come near. And only a j year ago, before she had broken her engagement with Richard, there had not been dances enough to satisfy her admirers. Surely at twenty-seven a woman has not lost the power to at- j tract! Was sbe becoming a wallflow er? The mirror was reassuring. Her j fine brown eyes were large and clear, fcer heavy dark hair perfectly arrang- ! ed, her oval face and s...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 30 December 1909

Pre-Inventory Sale Before taking inventory we must reduce our stock. Come early and secure the best selections. Prices cut regardless * of cost. 1 4 OFF On our entire stock of Ladies' Misses and Children's Goats. Mackinaw Pants—One Quarter Off Our entire stock of Mackinaw Pants at 1-4 off our already low prices. C. A. SHERMAN &, CO. Everything that Ladies, Gentlemen and Children Wear. NEWS OF OLD TOWN Sheriff Merritt has ordered that all card playing and dice shaking for drinks in any of the saloons in Old Town must cease. The order was issued in accord ance to the wishes of the better element of saloon men in Bonner county.. The order applies to all points in the county, ; but was given publicity here on the i occasion of Ins last visit to Newport. In addition to this order the sheriff! made a general cleaning up of undesir able characters in Old Town. This move was made necessary on account of the recent disorders, and is greatly appre ciated by the better element here. Un des...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 6 January 1910

VOLUME IX FIE ON FEND OREILLE WATER J' " Propose To Take Water to Big Bend Country. A Twenty Million Dollar Project The Quincy Valley Water Users' As-' sociatioit i.n Friday recorded at the county seat a water right on the I'end Oreille river, to the extent of 10,000,1 cubic feet per second. l,ast August there was a report i<> the effect thai this association had fil«-d a i right in the vicinity of Albeni Falls, and that engineers would soon appear to estimate the costof taking out. the water. At that time it was stated that they were also figuring on filing in the neigh- ; borhood of Wolf red, about six miles north of Newport. It is the intention of the promoters to convey the water to irrigate about 100,- i 000 acres of land, the Quincy flats, south ! of the Great Northern Railroad, about 200 miles southwest of Newport. The j description given of the land intended to irrigate is Townships 16, 17, 18, 19 j and 20, Ranges 22, 23, 24, 25 and 26, Grant county, Wash. It if> cl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 6 January 1910

T. J. KELLY NEWPORT, Ladies' rubbers. $ -75 Ladies' one buckle overshoes 1.00 Ladies' 2 buckle overshoes 1.25 Ladies'rubber boots 2.00 Misses' Jersey Legging 45 Ladies' Jersey Leggins 50 Men's 8 in top, < Jold Heal rubbers 3.50 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. . . 1.25 Men's common rubber boots 3.00 Men's Snag Proof boots 4.00 Men's Snag Proof Hip Boots 6.00 Child's rubbers to wear over shoes. ~ .40 Miss' rubbers to wear over shoes. .... .50 Child's rubber boots 1.50 Miss' rubber boots. 1.75 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 pants 1.00 " heavy Kersey pants 2.50 ;t good dress pants 2.50 "" better dress pants 3.0...

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