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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 20 January 1910

Commissioners* Proceedings Jan. a, 1910. —Board of county commissioners met pursuant to adjournment. All members present. The following bills were allowed: Paul BeMwfcfc, judge of election $3 oo T L Montgomery, registering 79 voters Chewelah precinct 19 75 A P Miller, judge of election 3 U0 K M Van Horn, Inspector $3, returns 10c 310 Chas W Stanley, inspector $3, hall rent 50 5 50 A D McDougal, judge of election 3 w) b A Belknap, inspector $3, postage 24c.. 3 24 I T Sijupson, judge of election 3 00 J W Empev, judge of election .. 3no Edward Britton, registering voters New port precinct 13 10 A B Coe, judge of election a oo A F Crowell, exp hort insp '. ]2 5o weo E Smith, servicesdep sheriff....... a oo Colville Bakery, bread for jail s 70 C A Heberliug dep co eng exp.'.'.'.'. 100 25 A Huntsman, photos State vs Logau...! 17 25 Glass <& Prudhomme, t, pewriter repairs 300 H V Lynch, dep sheriff $81, exp $2o «o. 101 80 Pioneer Bdy & Ptg Co, supplies auditor. 51 oo C H Jeffers...

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. — 20 January 1910

i^i Starts January 22, Continues 8 Days Gomplete Clean ups are Necessary to a Store s Health. $10,000 Worth of Merchandise to be Turned Into Cash! WE ARE PLOUGHING DEEP INTO PRICES! Warm Shoes and Slippers Regular $1.35 values, sale § .95 Regular $1.75 values, sale $1.20 Ladies' $2.00 felt lined shoes. $1.40 Ladies' $1,05 felt lined shoes. $1.20 Child's $1.15 felt slippers, sale. , $ .80 Ladies'7sc felt slippers, sale....s ,50 Men's $1.00 felt slippers, sale. .. .J .75 Men' $1.35 felt slippers, sale.. $1.00 Men's felt lined shoes, regular $3.00 values, sale $2.35 One Half Will be Saved chase to your friends so that they may see what they miss if they stay at home. They will come and everybody will be pleased with their savings. Right now when you need winter goods with three months of winter before you. What better opportunity to save money could you wish ? Men's Suits ....AND.... Overcoats After the Holidays we arrange our en tire stock, and including the very latest things we have...

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. — 27 January 1910

VOLUME IX TO HOLD FARMERS' INSTITUTE Interesting Meeting (or Farmers Is Promised- At Newport Saturday, March 5. The authorities of Washington State College at, Pullman are making up a schedule of meetings to be held this sea son hy its corps of farm institute lec turers, under tlie drietion ot Professor Thatcher. The design of these meetings is to bring to agriculturists who are not able to attend the short courses given by the college, an opportunity to get the benefit of the investigations conducted by the state experiment station. The fruit in dustry, irrigation and the latest results of the experiment station's extensive investigations with poultry raising will be taught, from the platform hy college experts and successful scientific growers from different parts of the state. Sixteen towns in Okanogan, Ferry and Stevens counties will be visited by these lecturers. For Stevens county, North port and Newport have been named as the places for holding the meetings. The date set for ...

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. — 27 January 1910

T. J. KELLY NEWPORT, Ladies' rubbers $ Ladies'one buckle overshoes • 1.00 Ladies'rubber boots 2.00 Misses' Jersey Leggins Ladies' Jersey Leggins 50 Men's Bin top, Gold Seal rubbers 3.00 Men'sin. top, Gold Seal rubbers. .. 1.95 Men 12 in. leather top, G. S. rubbers 3.00 Men's 8 in. leather top, Star rubbers.. 3.00 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 " heavy Kersey pants 2.50 good dress pants 2.50 " better dress pants 3.00 " work pants 2.00 •' work pants 1.75 " work pants 1.25 " work pants 1.00 Ladies® union suits 45 Ladies' heavy 2 piece fleece suits 1.00 Miss' and Children's 2 piece suits 50 Boy's tleece un...

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. — 27 January 1910

IN TIME OF PERIL A Story of Russian Love and Ad- venture. By ARTHUR D. BRADFORD. [Copyright, 1909, by American Prea« Alio- ciatlon.J it la a wild country northwest from U*t' ; Ussa, toward the Obdorsk moun tains, with poor roads and few stop ping places for travelers and deathly cold to tight. At sunset it was below zero, and at midnight, when they were a hundred and fifty miles on their journey. It had fallen 20 degrees more. With the speed at which the automo bile was going the wind was like needles at first and then paralyzing lnt9 numbness. But Helga Plenavlk was covered tteep in the furs, and her man Ivan bent his fur capped head and urged the machine forward at reckless speed In yiew of the desperate nature of the Journey. Since starting they had not once spoken. As they climbed the mountains the that at starting had been only a white blanket grew deeper and yet deeper, but with a crust which at their high rate of speed bore up the ma chine. At they flew on particles of ice an...

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. — 27 January 1910

Minim* News A ledge of fine looking copper ore is reported to have been struck on the Boinite mine, about four miles north of Newport on the east of the river. Early last fall a new working tunnel was started on the property, with the exci tation of cutting the main ledge at a distance of about .UK) feet. Tl.e tunnel is now in about 200 feet, and it is claimed the ledge struck is 20 feet wide and the mineral appears in seams all over the face of the tunnel. The company owns 200 acres of pat ented ground, and has a stream on it which will furnish sufficient water power to work the mine. The work on the property is being done by assessment of the stockholders, all ot whom have great faith in the property. Oscar DeCamp, formerly superinten dent. of the Conquest mine, is at the property, with his family, awaiting 01 • ders to begin development work. Indi cations are that there w ill be consider able money spent in the Conquest neigh borhood the coming season, as several other companies ...

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. — 27 January 1910

SECURITY STATE BANK J. T. PHILLIPS, PRES.; WM. MOESER, First VICE Pres.; F. C. KRAUSE, Cashim; FRED .STEVENS, Assistant Cashier. Four Per Cent. Interest Paid on Time Deposits <Ebe "IRewport HTMner Thursday, Jan. 27, 1909. FRED L. WOLF, Editor and Publisher Knrerert in the postortice at Newport, Wash, nit ton as second class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE *1.50 BACH YEAR JUST AMONG OURSELVES Buy your watches, clocks ami jewelry of Shreye and save money. i French Gloss will save half the work of ironing. Home Grocery. W. A. Sloane, of Lock, was a Newport visitor Monday and Tuesday. Basket, ball at Kelly's Hall Saturday evening, Jan. 29, Newport High vs. Cheney Normal. Orchestra music furnished for dances and social functions. Three and four pieces. Studio 118 Auditorium. M iss Dyas, of the Cary store, left last, week for a six weeks' trip to Dubuque, lovra, and other points in the middle wAit. D. M. Shreve, the jeweler, received a two-ton safe last week for the safe keep ioft of h...

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. — 27 January 1910

WASHINGTON NEWS STATED IN BRIEF TELEGRAPHIC CHRONICLE OF STATE HAPPENINGS. CORONER ARRESTS SHERIFF Queer Tangle Grows From Grand Jury Indictments of Seattle Officials. Seattle —Charged in a grand jury indictment with the crime of wilful neglect of duty, Sheriff Robert 1. Hodge of King county was placed under arrest by Coroner James C. Snyder, the only officer in the county legally enpowered to arrest the Sheriff. It is alleged in the indict ment that Sheriff Hodge knowingly and wilfully neglected to enforce the law against the possession and operation of slot machines. Sheriff Hodge is also tinder in dictment for refusing to remove Jail er Roberts from office when so commanded to do by the grand jury. He surrendered himself to the court upon this indictment and was re leased on his recognizance. Incidental to the indictment of Jailer Roberts the Attorney-General of the state has been called upon to aid the prosecutor of King county in the conduct of the case, the first time such a s...

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. — 27 January 1910

Commissioners' Proceedings (Concluded From Last Week.) Jan. 7.—Board ol county commissioners met pursuant to adjournment, Ail members pres ellt. Minutes ol .lan 0 read and approved. Tile county auditor is hereby ordered to ad vertise i° r bids ior caring tor t le poor at the county farm for a term 01 one year l'rom Marcn 1. 1910, as follows; For a superintendent by the year to properly care for, nurse and nave charge ol said inmates r ; furnishing all necessary help. SttlHO payable monthly. County will furnish suitable building or buildings, properly tur iiisheu and to provide all food, clothing, beU aiug, etc. Alio bids for boarding and caring ior said inmates by the month, county to pro viae building furnished, including all bedding and clothing. Successful bidder to have free use of orchard, truck patch and pasture of tlie county iariu. Bids will be received upto2::io p. m.. Feb. 8, 1910. The folio ving bills were allowed : W J Gilpin, livery co eng $10 00 Shaw & Borden, supp...

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. — 27 January 1910

CLEARANCE SALE Will continue all next week as we must close out our winter merchandise to make room for our spring stock which will soon be here for you to see. You will be surprised at the splendid qualities we are offering at such a big sacrifice. A dollar spent here saves pennies for rainy days. Come in early and snap up our bargains. We Have Got too Many Come and a $;">•()() Mackinaw for $3.00 A coat that should s<dl for $6-0(1, weight. 4».> ounces, wool faced and pockets reinforced with leather trimmings. All our $- r >.75, $6 a* a a and |f».50 mackinaws at. . . We must make a clean sweep in this department. Prices that are staggering. Gome and let us show them. We will quote you prices unheard of. Men's all Wool Suits I=4 off Regular Price NEWS OF OLD TOWN Col. Cook, who has been at the New-} port hospital during the past two weeks. | is reported as nearly well, and will prob- i ably he discharged from the institution ! in a few days. The Lund Hardware building, pu...

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. — 3 February 1910

VOLUME IX STEVENS HAS A CANDIDATE Colville Editor Aspires to Suc ceed Poindexter. Endorsed by Republican Press A. K. Veatch, editor and publisher of the Statesman-Index, published at Col ville, has decided to become a candidate before the primaries for congress, to succeed Hon. .Miles Poindexter, the lat ter having entered the race for the sen atorial nomination to succeed Senator Piles. The Republican newspaper men of the county have united in issuing the fol lowing address to the newspaper men of the Third congressional district, an nouncing the candidacy of Mr. Veatch: It gives us great pleasure to endorse the candidacy of Mr. Veatch for this high and honorable position, for we feel that in him the press and the people of Eastern Washington will have a fearless and courageous public servant whose views on all questions affecting the pub lic today we can endorse. For nearly four years he has been en gaged in the newspaper business in this state, and during this period of time has ...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 3 February 1910

T. J. KELLY NEWPORT, Ladies' rubbers $ Ladies' one buckle overshoes 1.00 Ladies'rubber boots 2.00 Misses' Jersey Leggins 45 Ladies' Jersey Leggins ••• • *50 Men's 8 in top, Gold Seal rubbers. . . • 3.00 Men's 3 in. top, Gold Seal rubbers. . . 1.95 Men 12 in. leather top, G. S. rubbers 3.00 Men's 8 in. leather top, Star rubbers.. 3.00 Men's I 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 41 good mackinaw coats. 4.00 " best mackinaw coats. 5.00 " rain proof warm coats 2.25 " rain proof warm overcoats 3.00 " oil pants I*oo " heavy Kersey pants 2.50 u good dress pants 2.50 " better dress pants 3.00 " work pants 2.00 •' work pants 1.75 " work pants 1.25 u work pants 1.00 Ladies' union suits 45 Ladies' heavy 2 piece fleece suits 1.00 Miss' and Children's 2 piec...

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. — 3 February 1910

FLOODS IN FRANCE SLIMY RECEDING MANY PARIS BUILDINGS ARE IN DANGER. NEED OF CHARITY IS GREAT Aml Creee Active aa Aro French 80- stefciss and Contributions to Re- llef Rund Pour In. PAJtMI, Feb. 1. —The danger of aome great calamity, such as has predicted, now seems over, al though the situation continues criti cal, particularly near the St. Lazare elation, where whole streets and solid blocks of buildings threaten to sink through the crust into the waters be neath. The effect of the removal of the waver pressure has heea to weaken foundations greatly and this causes the greatest anxiety. Besides, there wtil be thousands of acres to be cleared or repaired when the water ha# receded and there is also the po»- of an epidemic. It is believed the breaking of the at Genuevillleres appreciably has hastened the climax by releasing an Immense amount of water, but the consequeuces below are appalling Geoneviliieres and Colombes have 30.60U Inhabitants. These sections are completely submerged,...

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. — 3 February 1910

DOK OF THE CITY BADS Standing Committees Appointed By the Mayor. Appleman Named To Fill Vacancy The new council iuct in regular pension Tuesday evening. Present Mayor I - ox, Councilmen Millard, Lusher, Lulz ami Torreson. A communication was receive.! from Attorney Sherlock offering to codify the town ordinance? and complete the work within 00 days. The communication was laid on the table, the council deem ing the present state of town finance. 1 ; to be such as to demand economy and ie trench ment. Day Marshal Jenne addressed the council on the need of making alteia tions in the city hall tower, so as to enable better handling of hose and dry ing it after a fire, and urged the neces sity of providing a more accessible place for the keeping of firemen's outfits. He also suggested that the front, room of the city hall be fitted up for the use of the day and night marshal, so that they could be within reach of telephone de mands for their services, the matter was referred to the commi...

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. — 3 February 1910

SECURITY STATE BANK J. T. PHILLIPS, PRKH.; WM. MOESER. First VICE PRES.; F. C. KRAUSE, Cashier; FRED STEVENS, Assistant Cashier. Four Per Cent. Interest Paid on Time Deposits £1 be Utewport Hfliner Thursday, Feb. 3, 19Q0. FRED L. WOLF, Editor and Publisher Entered Id the postoflice at Newport. Wash. union as second class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE *\.M EACH YEAR JUST AMONG OURSELVES Meals by the day or by the week. Mrs. John McKie. Buy your watches, clocks and jewelry of Shreye and save money. French GIO9B will save half the work of ironing. Home Grocery. M*n's matkinaw shirts arid coats at reduced prices at Sherman's. Also children's suits. Mrs. C. P. Stro returned Sunday morning from a month's visit in Kansas, Missouri and Oklahoma. G. B. Carter and family, of Elk, are new residents of Newport. Mr. Carter will be enrolled as a Fidelity employe, D..H. Bennett, cutter at the Kirchan market, has gone to lone, where he will open a bakery and confectionery store. Lawrence Jacobson...

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. — 3 February 1910

WASHINGTON NEWS STATED IN BRIEF rELEGRAPHIC CHRONICLE OF STATE HAPPENINGS. LAND WOULD PAY ALL DEBTS State's Domain Has Attained Great Value New Building Urgently Needed. OLYMPIA. —Washington's remain ing capitol land grants will sell for enough at current prices to retire the present c&pitol debt and to construct two complete new capitols equal to those contemplated bv the original Flagg plans, according to statements made here by members of the State Capitol Commission. The commission met here in regu lar and executive session, and the meeting resulted in a decided victory for Land Commissioner E. W. Ross, in his contention that the Legisa ture of 1909, having ordered the lands sold, the debts paid and new capitol built, It was defiance of the law for the commission to seek to postpone the sale. Mr. Ross also contended that most of the timber on the grant had been ripe several years and therefore was deteriorating and that the increase in value as timber becomes more scarce Is ...

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. — 3 February 1910

The Next Step The following from the American Issue. published by the State Anti- Saloon J eague, will give an idea of the aims °f those in charge of the crusade against the liquor traftic: Inquiries are continuously cam-j ing in asking what is to be the next *tep of the Anti-Saloon League forces of the state. Saloon men, as well as temperance people, are in terested in the answer of this ques tion. The difficulty in giving the right answer lies in the fact that conditions vary greatly in the dif ferent parts of the state, and in as- j much as the movement is state wide in its scope, all conditions must be taken into consideration. Since the first local option elec tion under the new law on August, 14th last, there have been held 53 elections. Five of these were coun ty rural units —the others have been cities and towns ranging from -100 to more than 20.000 popula tion. Of these elections all of the rural county units have voted against license, and of the 58 mu nicipalities, 35 hav...

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. — 3 February 1910

Here is a little word that preaches a big sermon if spelled backward, is its Here is a nttic w h■ o( - ;ts norma l spelling; so likewise if you heed £-°NO\V our splendid offerings at big reductions, your reward will he money won. , 1-1 to 1-9 off on all Ladies,' Misses and Children's Coats. Buy now as prices from the manufacturer lor next season are on the aeroplane. Ladies' blue broad cloth coats made tfin 00 semi fitting in latest design $20 now. . . t *■§ Ladies' blue broad cloth coats made in <PA 00 latest design .SIS now T'*Bi This is just a sample of our reductions in this department, come in and let us quote you our prices and be convinced that we are nearly giving them away. Children's shoos, regular $1.30 values 75c now Children's shoes in black, tan and brown, d»| QQ regular $1.75 values now t'** We arc closing out our Chippewa and Three Lanes Men's high top Cruisers and Drivers shoes to $*.50 values at S5-00 Men's Mackinaw Shirts $3.75 values at $2.50 $2.25 values at $...

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. — 10 February 1910

VOLUME IX WORK FOR GREATER NEWPORT Commercial Club Given Substan tial Backing. $.G Prize Offered For A Slogan New port's (commercial < 'lubawakened with u hurrah this week, and as a result ill the campaign waged by the executive committee for paid-in-advance member* :-hips, tho club now has a membership ■<! :Ui, with a fund of $360 available for carrying on the publicity campaign for the year, and to use for furthering the yrowih of the town and the development, tit tributary territory. The executive committee m two hours' time Wednesday afternoon secured 36 members pledged to pay $10 for one year's dues to the club. The work (il soliciting membrship will he kept up until all parties have been seen and given an opportunity to enroll as boosters for the town. Follow ing is the list of individuals or firms who haye enlisted in the move ment : Charles K. Craig, Fred L. Wolf, F. C, krause, S. J. Appleman, Mrs. .1. Scott, .J. VI. McDonald, .1. Cibbs, D. K. Lusher, A. M. Harris, W. ...

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. — 10 February 1910

T. J. KELLY NEWPORT, Ladies' rubbers $ *^5 Ladies' one buckle overshoes 1.00 Ladies 7 rubber boots 1*75 Misses' Jersey Leggins Ladies' Jersey Leggins. • ®0 Men's Bin top, Gold Seal rubbers 3.00 Men's 3 in. top, Gold Peal rubbers. 1.95 Men 12 in. leather top, G. S. rubbers 3.00 Men's 8 in. leather top, Star rubbers.. 2.75 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' rublters to wear over shoes 50 Child's rubber boots 1.25 Miss'rubber boots 1.50 Men's maekiiiaw pants 3.00 '• good mack in aw coats 3.50 " best mackinaw coats 4.50 " rain proof warm cot its 2.25 " rain proof warm overcoats, 3.00 " oil pants 1.00 " heavy Kersey pants 2.50 good dress pants 2.50 u better dress pants 3.00 " work pants 2.00 work pants 1.75 u work pants 1.25 " work pants 1.00 Ladies' union suits. ... 45 Ladies' heavy 2 piece fleece suits 75 Miss' and Children's 2 piece suits 50...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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