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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 6 January 1910

WASHINGTON NEWS STATED IN BRIEF TELEGRAPHIC chronicle of STATE HAPPENINGS. FAIR LEAVES STATE BALANCE §t«t« Commission Also Reports Thst Much Furniture Will Be Given to Public Institutions. Olympic—The final report of the State Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposi tion commission made verbally by members of the commission here to Governor Hay shows that after pay ing all bills there will be about $20,- UOO unexpended of the state appro priation of $400,000. A few delayed accounts are yet to be settled, but early in January the commission will submit a full and detailed re port in writing. Members of the commission say they have been assured by the gov ernment experts and others who have attended expositions that no state ever made a better showing than was made at the recent Seattle exposition. In addition to return ing this $20,000 to the state treasury, the commission turned over a quan tity of exhibits, furniture, carpets, electric supplies and the like that had been used at the fair to di...

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. — 6 January 1910

Progress In Wrecking the Big Bridge Gerick & Gerick, contrac<ors, who have the job of taking down the old Great Northern bridge at Albeni halls, have been considerably handicapped in the work by delays in the arrival of shipments of material and equipment and by the unusual high water. How ever. the work has progressed quite Matisfactorily considering conditions. The 180-foot span over the smaller channel will be taken down first. Piling to support the false work is being placed with considerable difficulty, as it cannot be driven into the solid rock. Five bents have been placed, two on the west aide of the span and three on the east side, leaving a gap of 07 feet to be span ned by a timber truss especially designed for the work. The same piling will later be used in taking down the 300- foot span on the east end. A practical test will be applied to the false work before any of the members in the steel structure are disconnected to make sure the false work is strong enough to...

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. — 6 January 1910

SECURITY STATE BANK J. T. PHILLIPS, Prick.; Wm. MOESER. First Vice Pres.; W. C. LAWRENCE, Second VICE Pres.; F. C. KRAUSE, Cashier; FKEI> STEVENS, Assistant Cashier. K. J. LUTZ. J. A. NOBLE, J. ('. McDONALI), Geo. H. BOBIfiK Four Per Cent. Interest Paid on Time Deposits ffibe "IRewport Hfllner Thursday. Jan. 6, 1909. FREI> L. WOLF, Editor and Publisher Kutered iu the postofliee at Newport. Wash. ugton asserond class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICK *1.50 EACH YEAR JUST AMONG OURSELVES Buy your watches, clocks ami jewelry of Shreye and save money. Teams wanted to haul logs. Inquire of Moeser Remly Lumber Co. Fine 11. it M. Tamales at the Antler Oigair Store. Archie McDonald, pro . ptietor. 29-tf Orchestra music furnished for dances and social functions. Three and four pieces. Phone No. 128-3. 34-4 FOR SA LE—Cord wood stumpage one ) mile and a half from I. «& W. N. spur; ! $1.15 rate; 3000 cords. C. F. Craig. Fred Smith and Thos. L. Paulsen also have the Montana homestead fev...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 6 January 1910

ffIUON PUN MEETS OPPOSITION TWO MEMBERS OF SENATE COMMITTEE UNFRIENDLY. SPEAKER CANNON OPPOSED Situation Over Additional Funds for Projects Declared to Be Grave. Other Washington News. Washington, Jan. 4. —Congress re convened today after the Christmas holidays, but both houses adjourned after short sessions out of respect for the memory of the late Senator McLaurin of Mississippi. The senate is not so forward with its work a» the house and the former may experience difficulty in finding something to do in the first tew days of its sitting. The house cal endar is well filled. An effort will be made to get a "line-up" in congress on the pro posed legislation looking to the rais ing of additional funds with which to carry forward irrigation projects of the government. The senate committee on irriga tion held one meeting during the first week of the season, but failed to accomplish anything. The bond bill introduced by Senator Borah was the only legislation under con sideration, and al...

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. — 6 January 1910

Commissioners' Proceedings De« 6 1909 — Board of countv commissioners met pursuant to adjournment. All members present. Q B Ide'f report on expenditures of A.- Y.--P. E. Wn*4 checked and accepted. -fite fcfllowlng bills were allowed: Peter sleinef. bridge work, n b $3 00 i Frazer, lbr, r i b JO 43 J L lb'r and bridge work, r i h.. 17 12 West Side Lumber Co, lbr, rib 7 39 Thos VP Crandall, lbr and bridge work, rib.... 900 Lidcbln Co, 2-5 cost repair of Nee bridge, t A b 1608 33 I E Kietb, bridge work rib 24 35 Stanley Kieth. bridge work, n b 15 00 Adqdffe Butcholz, bridge work, r i b 7 00 Adolbh flnteholz. bridge work, r a b 1 > 00 W B kieth, bridge work, rib 8 Oo Jesh£ Glasgo, bridge work, rib ti 0o Chtfß Hell, bridge work, rib 4 00 Win Helt, bridge work, r A b t> oo O MDeakltis, road work, drihl 5 00 E 8 Weston, road work, d r A b 1 30 00 Ler6y Post, road work, d r A b 1 10 00 Robert Bblton, road work, dribl I no H Knight, road work, drab 1 4 50 G Mitchell, road work, drib 1 ...

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. — 6 January 1910

C. A. SHERMAN & COHPANY Everything that Ladies, Gentlemen and Ghildren Wear Annual clearance Sale] Begins Saturday, January 8, 1910 We are overstocked in High Class Merchandise which we are going: to sacrifice, Cost price will not be considered as we must make room for our new spring lines. Wait for this sale it will surely pay you. Don't forget the date. Sale starts at Ba. m., January Bth, 1910. Men's Clothing / Our entire stock of King's Guaranteed all Wool Suits at a big sacrifice. $22.00 Suits, sale price $16.50 $20.00 Suits, sale price $15.00 $18.00 Suits, sale price $13.50 $15.00 Suits, sale price . $11.25 Men's heavy blanket lined coduroy, 3 piece suits, former price $8.00 sale price .... $ 6.08 I=4 Off on all Mackinaw Pants $4.00 Mackinaw pants, sale price $ 3.00 W. J. Dickey &Sons, heavy all wool Ker= sey Pants former price $3.35 sale . $ 2.00 Boy's and Youth's Three Piece Suits in long pants, worth from $6.00 to $8.00, Sale Price $2.00 AH our Ladies/ Gentlemen's an...

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. — 13 January 1910

VOLUME IX CITY COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS Change in Administration Oc curred Tuesday. Appointments to be Made Later. Ihe city council met in adjourned srseioii on luesday night, il being the hk>»l meeting of the old council, t'oun cdinvn tlynes, Millard, but/, and Ben nett were present. Mavor Appel called the meeting to order and, after a lew remarks, in which he thanked the old council and the citizens at large for the many favors extended to him during the past year, administered the oath of office to Mayor-elect Fox. As the unfinished business had been left for the new council to attend to, and there being no new business a motion to adjourn sine die was made and carried. Mayor Fox administered the oath of office to Councilmen Torreson and Lusher and City Treasurer Phillips, after which the new council was called to order. Mayor Fox was not ready to announce his appointments lor the ensuing year, so the matter was left over to the regu lar meeting. The question as to the bonds of the...

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. — 13 January 1910

T. J. KELLY NEWPORT, Ladies' rubbers $ Ladies'one buckle overshoes 1.00 Ladies' 2 buckle overshoes 1-25 Ladies' rubber boots 2.00 Misses' .Jersey Leggins *5 Ladies' Jersey Leggins 50 Men's Bin 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 I 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 shoos. . .40 Miss' rubbers to wear over shoes 50 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 u oil pants I*oo u heavy Kersey pants 2.50 i<- good dress pants... 2.50 " 1 tetter dress pants 3.00 " wo...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 13 January 1910

In Borrowed Plumage Tht Callege Cloakroom Maid and the University Porter By JANE OS BORN. Copyright, i»o#, by Associated Lit erary Press. When Thorn by college opened last autumn there was a new maid in the cloakroom. Something about her dark, close fitting dress, her small, ruffled apfou and her parted hair, tied with a big black bow at the back of her neck, suggested a French maid much more Than a student But the fact was that Molly Dodge really was a poor south ern girl workiug her way through the woman's department of this big uni versity. During the three or four hours that Molly was not attending lectures she had to stay in the stone floored, locker lined cloakroom aud be ready at any time to get students' hats and coats or put them away in their owners' lock ers. At first it had seemed not at. all bad, for Molly had a soft, lovable, southern way of talkiug and honest brown eyes that made all the. girls like her. But as the mouths passed they became accus tomed to seeing her e...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 13 January 1910

POST NUMBER EIGHT By BEATRICE TUCKER. JOopyright, 1909, by American Press Asso ciation.] During the Spanish-American war my regiment of United States infan try occupied a single position in Cuba for quite awhile. We were not very bear an enemy and kept out no vedettes or pickets, the colonel being satisfied "with the usual chain of sentinels. There was one sentry beat overlooking a valley from which every man posted at the evening relief disappeared. No cry, no sound of any kind, was heard at post No. 8, but the sentry placed there was not found when the corporal of the guard took a man to relieve him, nor was he ever heard of afterward. Some concluded that an enemy crawled up from below, stabbed him and took liis body away. Some concluded that the post was haunted and the sentry was carried away by a ghost. When the first mau disappeared the officer of the guard reported the mat ter to the colonel, wbo, thinking that it would be better that the next man to stand post on No. 8 shoul...

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. — 13 January 1910

SECURITY STATE BANK J. T. PHILLIPS, Pres. ; Wm. MOEBER, First Vice Pres.; W. C. LAWRENCE, Bkc..ND Vice Pres.; F. C. KRAUBE, Cashier; FRED STEVENS, Assistant Cashier. E. J. LUTZ. J. A. NOBLE, J. C. McDONALD, Geo. H. BOBIER Four Per Cent. Interest Paid on Time Deposits # (Che IRewport Kttiner Thursday, Jan. 13, 1909. FRED L. WOLF, Editor and Publisher Entered lu the pontoftice at Newport. Wash, ugton as second class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE M.50 BACH YEAR JUST AMONG OURSELVES Bprt Hunter is working for the ('on solidated Co. at, Elk, Wash. Buy vour watcher, clocks and jewelry of Sbreve and save money. Capt. Jim Stewart went to Sandpoint on a business trip on Tuesday. Teauia wanted to haul logs. Inquire of Moeser Remly Lumber Co. There will be a dance at Gowanlock's ball at Priest River on Friday night. Frank Mills, formerly city marshal, has decided to establish a dray line. Fine B. & M. Tamales at the Antler j Cigar Store. Archie McDonald, pro prietor. 29-1 f Orchestra mus...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 13 January 1910

PRESIDENT TAFT REMOVES MOT DOLLIVER LETTER IS DIRECT CAUSE. PLACE GIVEN TO ASSISTANT President Taft Holds That Dignity of Office Has Been Assailed. Situation Is Tense. Washington, D. C.—Gifford Pin chot, chief forester, has been removed from the service of the United States by President Taft for insubordina tion. Associate Forester Price and Assistant Law Officer Shaw, Pin chot's immediate assistants in the Forestry Bureau, also were dismis sed. The reading in the Senate of a letter from Pinchot, i<» Senator Pol liver, in which a direct slap at I'resi ucni t alt take* the form of a posi tive indorsement of L. R. Glavis and an intimitation that the President did not know what lie was doing when he ordered the removal of the special agent, was the imme diate cause of Pinchot's dismissal. Glavis Openly Upheld. Pinchot in his letter upholds Cla yis, describing him at "the most vigorous defender of the peoples interest," despite the fact that the President has declared him unfit to re...

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. — 13 January 1910

Commissioners' Proceedings (Coucluded From Last Week.) Dec. 9.—Board o: county commissioners met pursuant to adjournment. Commissioners Sutherland »ud Beggs present, Mr. Bryant be in* caued to Wenatcnee to attend a meeting of tue Columbia river comuiis iou. Minutes of l>ec. 8 read and apnroved. iu the matter oi the petition of Frank Blai k et ai.'for a county road in sees SK and :i4, twp2B N, R 41' E W M, same is hereby granted, bond approved and survey ordered. Tbe following bills were allowed: \V L Woodard, livery co eng $10 00 \\ M Manning exp co eng — 40 85 t: B Hubbard, services $110, exp dep co eng |11.40 121 40 Ad<f? Mere Co, 4 inos supplies Indian Andrew .. 29 20 W U Moodie, judge of election :: 00 John B Renshaw, inspector $3, ]>olliug plat* |3.... t» <H) J H Olmsted, judge oi election :i 0o K F Yoder, hall rent for election 2 oo <'«ram L. Martin, judge oi election 3 uo Edgar Lemman, judge of election 3 oo W L. S'ockwell, insuector $3, hall rem $6, registerin...

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. — 13 January 1910

The Store That Sells the Jefferson Shoe Our Great Annual Glearance Sale is still going on. Crowds of buyers say this sale surpasses anything ever attempted in New port. New bargains are added every day. Don't miss them. Men's Suits like cut at One=Quarter Regular Price 1-3 Off on our entire stock of Cloaks and Suits. Must close them out. Look our bargain counters over, you will find big values here. $1 does the work of $2. All merchandise advertised in previous issue will be on sale until January 31st, 1910. NEWS OF OLD TOWN Jake Carr, formerly floor man for one of the dance halls, was arrested Satur day night by Constable Cleland. Carr was charged by his lady with having beaten her. He was tried by Ankerson, plead guilty and was fined $20 and costs, amounting to about $11. He has since departed for other fields. Phillip Nagle has sold 1(>0 acres of stumpage across the river to James Dnnlap. The latter will proceed to saw wood for ihe balance of the winter. From surface indicatio...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 20 January 1910

VOLUME IX BONNER PETITION REJECTED Faulty Signatures Give Grounds for Rejection. Dries Preparing Another Petition There will r>e no local option election in Bonner county, at least not until May or June, the board of commissioners having on Monday rejected the petition signed by 1840 voters, calling for such election. Considerable interest attached to the hearing on the merits of the petition held before the board last week. Both the wets and dries were represented by legal counsel, and the points at variance were carefully argued and threshed out. Attorneys for the wets argued that the whole petition was illegal, inasmuch as the affidavit sworn to by J. F. Armfield and J. M. Prater was not in accordance with the statutes, and that it could not be taken into consideration by the com missioners. The petition was also attacked on the ground that the various sheets of it had been pasted, pinned and otherwise fas tened together, and that there was no assurance that some of the sheets...

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. — 20 January 1910

T. J. KELLY NEWPORT, Ladies' robbers $ Ladies' one buckle overshoes 1.00 Ladies' 2 buckle overshoes 1.25 Ladies'rubber boots 2.00 Misses' Jersey Leggins Ladies' Jersey Leggins 50 Men's Bin 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 4 in. leather top, Star rubbers.. 2.25 Men's 4 buckle, Goodyear overshoes.. 2.50 Men's 1 buckle, (ioodyear 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 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 u heavy Kersey pants 2.50 good dress pants 2.50 " better dress pants 3.00 "• work pants 2.00 work pa...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 20 January 1910

UNIONISTS GAIN AT THE POLLS BRITISH LIBERALS MAJORITY REDUCED. NORMAN MEETS DEFEAT Control of Parliament Will Be Re tained—Lloyd-George Mobbed by Angry Crowd. London, Jan. 17—The first engage ment in the tight for tariff reform, a great navy and the supremacy of the lords as against free trade, re form of the house of lords and home rule ended Saturday night with neither party in a commanding po sition. The results of the polling tend to confirm the forecast that the Liber als will retain control of the gov ■ eminent with a greatly reduced ma jority The memberi of that party who have ««ats won them by small majorities. Sir Henry Norman, the Liberal journalist, who is well known in DAVID LLOYD GEORGE. America, and who recently was ap pointed postmaster-general, was de feated. The most exciting scenes occurred at Grimsby, where a menacing crowd threatened David Lloyd-George, chancellor of the exchequer, compell ing him to flee under police pro tection from a hall where he had been spe...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 20 January 1910

Railroad News. The Idaho & Washington Northern ; Railroad has a steam shovel and two j work trains at work in the big Morrissey j cut, about two miles north of town on the Mauzey property. Several slide> occurred at. this point during the wet , weather of last fall and the cut will be , widened to do away with this menace, j The excavation will be made on the j river side of the cut, and the track will be thrown over to where the cut is being j tuade, which will also reduce the curve j at that point. The material taken out ■ is all rock and needs to be blasted before the tthovel can handle it. It will used to rip-rap the track wherever such work is necessary. Large quantities of supplies are going north on 'the I. &W. N., to be used in the construction of the Metaline exten sion. Several contractors' outfits have gone through here and work on the clearing of the right-of-way anil making the grade is in progress. The Builington passenger train. No. 43, due at Newport at 7 ...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 20 January 1910

SECURITY STATE BANK J. T. PHILLIPS, Pres.; Wm. MOESER, First Vice Pres.; F. C. KRAUSE, Cashier; FKEI) STEVENS, Assistant Cashier. Four Per Cent. Interest Paid on Time Deposits She IRewport TOiner Thursday, Jan. 20, 11)09. FREI) L. WOLF, Editor and Publisher Entered In the postoffice at Newport, Wash. titcton as second class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE •1.50 EACH YEAH JUST AMONG OURSELVES Jim Falls has returned from a several , months' visit to Seattle. Buy your watches, clocks and jewelry of Shreve and save money. Teams wanted to haul logs. Inquire of Moeser Remly Lumber Co. Capt. Jim Stewart and E. B. Warriner were business visitors to Spokane last Monday. (Jrchestra music furnished for dances an ( d social functions. Three and four pieces. Phone No. 12K-3. 34-4 The interior of the Cary store is be ing remodeled to provide better light and arrangement for the stock. W. L. Rickard, of Spokane, was in town today, and made a trip to his ranch j in Bonner county to look after his a...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 20 January 1910

♦ The ♦ Scrap Book Too Realistic. A fairly well lo do but rather miser ly farmer said to a friend: "Say, Bill, I'm going to kill my pig, but I owe so much pork to my neighbors that I shall foixowed instruc- right." tiojjs. The farmer fol lowed instructions, and the kind friend watched his chance and stole the pig. The poor farmer came around next morning to tell what had happened. "Somebody's stolen my pig!" he •cried. "Good!" said the friend. "Stick to it, and the neighbors '11 believe you, sure enough." "But it was stolen, I tell you!" "Excellent!" quoth the friend. "Just you stick to the tale." "You confound ed ass!" yelled the farmer. "Don't you understand? it was really stolen!" "Superb !" laughed the de- lighted friend. went away "You ought to FUMING. have been an actor, so you ought." Then the farmer slammed the door and went away fuming. Opportunity. Master of human destinies am I! .Fame, love and fortune on my footsteps wait; Cities and fields I walk; I penetrate Deserts an...

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