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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 10 February 1910

THE LOST GERANIUM Mrs. Wigley had no back garden whatever, only a tiny piece of ground iu front with a wooden paling, and there was not much growing there, but ' a remarkably hue geraniuin, • bearing magnificent, trusses of a pale pink tint, stood in a pot on the window sill. This geranium was the pride of Mrs. Wig ley's simple soul. Her friend. Mrs. Hubbard. Christian name Eliza, who lived at West Win throp, was more eulogistic than all the rest put together, for Mrs. Hubbard was a great gardener and knew a tine specimen as well as any one. Her own garden was a perfect picture, but she could not show a geranium like Sarah Wtgley's. nor, indeed, anything to com pare with it. She called in on a cer tain Saturday afternoon and paused before entering the cottage to inspect her friend's possession. It was in full bloom. "Well, 1 never!" cried Eliza Hubbard. "What a waste!" Sarah Wigley was staring out of the window, but failed to recognize her friend. "What a waste!" reiterated Mrs. Hub...

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. — 10 February 1910

Court House Improvement Now that the county's financial con dition has been improved hv the sale <>f bonds to cover the old iionded indebted ness and theoutstanding warrants, there is a movement on foot for the building of an addition to the court house at Colville. The need of more vault room and office room has long been recog nized hv the board of county commis sioners, but they hesitated to make an\ move toward improvement until the financial condition of the countv war tan ted it. Anyone who has ever visited the the court house at Colville, and has noted the crowded conditions under which the county officials transact business, the vaults overflowing and records almost priceless in their value to the county property owners, exposed to destruction bv fiie, will agree that to continue this condition without taking steps for the better protection of these records would he criminal negligence. AVhile the ne cessity for expenditure at this time is to be regietted, there can be...

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. — 10 February 1910

SECURITY STATE BANK J T. PHILLIPS, Pres. ; WM. MOESER, First VICE PRES.; F. C. K.RAUSE, Cashier; FKED STEVENS, Assistant Cashier. Four Per Cent, Interest Paid on Time Deposits tXbc mcwport Hfliner Thursday, Feb. 10, 1909. FEED L. WOLF, Editor and Publisher Entered iu the poHtoflic.e at Newport. Wash nh second class uiH.il matter. aUBBt:RIFTION PHK'K H.nW KAOH Y KAK JUST AMON(i OURSELVES H. M. Lund was a business visitor at Spokane Wednesday. Bay your watched, clocks and jewelry of Shreye and save money. A few pairs of men's Gold Seal rub bers left at Kelly's for $3 per pair. J. H. Miller, of the New do it Tailoring Co., was a business visitor at Spokane Monday. Men's tnackinaw shirts and coats at reduced prices at Sherman's. Also children's suit«j. Vlr. and Mrs. G. Roseborough return ed Saturday from their wedding trip and have started housekeeping on the South Side. You can save one dollar out of every four spent on clothing, underwear, ehoes, overshoes and heavy woolen }<oods a...

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. — 10 February 1910

WASHINGTON NEWS STATED IN BRIEF TELEGRAPHIC CHRONICLE OF STATE HAPPENINGS. SEATTLE GRAND JURY FAILS Little of Importance Accomplished by That Body in Over Two Months. SEATTLE—More than SO days ago a grand jury was convened in King County, and it is still in session. Re« salts to dale include a shake-down of the county institutions; the re turning of about lore-score indict ments for inconsequental offenses; an expense bill exceeding $6000, and still growing, with the end not in sight; an airing of petty troubles and ir reconcilable differences between the Prosecuting Attorney and the Sheriff, impairing their usefulness to the vanishing point. Among the indictments returned are lour cases of accepting bribes, two assault and 21 for screens on saloons, 20 for slot-machine gambling and three for ownership of slot ma chines. So far as anyone can Judge, a secret inquisitorial body, the labors to date of the King County grand jury have dealt with questions of secondary importance. Daughte...

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. — 10 February 1910

At the Court House Fees collected by county otlices foi I lie month of January are as follows: County clerk, $259.25; county auditor, $747.-So, and sher iff, $45.85. The total collection tor taxes for the month of January, as shown by the county treasurer's records was $3H21.04. January is «aid to be the lightest, month on collections. A, H. Matthews vs. A. D. Klin ger and wile is the title of an ac tion tiled in the superior court on a promissory note bearing ihe date Oct. 3, 1904, for $500, due in four years from at ft percent interest. «). M. Young has commenced an action against the (iermania-Min ing Co. to foreclose a lien for $437.50, with an attorney's fee of £100. The property being fore closed against is situated in the Deer Trail mining district. V. -M. McCoy has tiled suit for a divorce against Clara McCoy. They were married Jan. 27, 1905, in Stevens county and now reside in Ferry county. Abandonment is alleged. There are two children in controversy. Carrie B. Macky has t...

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. — 10 February 1910

Here is a little word that preaches a big sermon if spelled backward, is its own reward for observing the advice of its normal spelling; so likewise if yon heed our call and buy NOW our splendid offerings at big reductions, your reward will be rnonev won. 1-3 to 1-2 off on all Ladies,' Misses and Children's Coats. Buy now as prices from Hie manufacturer for next season aie on the aeroplane. Ladies' bine broad cloth coats made 00 semi lilting in latest design $'Jonow. . . Ladies' blue broad cloth coats made in fl*A Q() latest design SIS now t'*Bl 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 shoes, regular $1.30 values "7C/* n0w.... iu\. Children's shoes in black, lan and brown, QQ regular $1.75 values now tpl.g^ We are closing' out our Chippewa and Three Laites Men's high top Cruisers rmd Drivers shoes $6 to $7.50 values at P..... 55.00 Men's Mackinaw Shirts $3.75 v...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 17 February 1910

VOLUME IX WILL VOTE ON BONDING TOWN !" inance Committee Report Action Necessary. Doings of the Town Council. The regular meeting of the town coun cil was held Tuesday evening, Feb. 15. Several matters of importance were up discission. The finance committee, D. R. Lusher, chairman, reported that- in accordance with instructions given it at the last meeting it had carefully considered the financial situation of the town and the best means of taking care of the situa tion. The conclusions of the committee were presented in a signed report and in substanee were as follows: The total liabilities of the town at the beginning of the year 1909 and including all outstanding warrants unpaid for lack of funds, the town's share of the cost of street grading and its liability on con tract for crosswalks, foot up to the sum nt $4322.81. Estimated running ex pense for the year, $4741.55. Estimated receipts for the year, including taxes, $2019. Which would leave a deficit at the end of the year amo...

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. — 17 February 1910

T. J. KELLY NEWPORT, Ladies' rubbers $ Ladies' <>ne buckle overshoes 1.00 Ladies' rubber boots 1-75 Misses' Jersey Legging 45 Ladies' Jersey Leggins 50 Men's S in lop, Gold Seal rubbers 3.00 Men's 3 in. top, Gobi Seal 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' rubbers to wear over shoes. . . .50 Child's rubber boots • • 1«25 Miss' rubber boots 1.50 Men's mackinaw pants 3.00 good mackinaw coats 3.50 " best mackinaw coats 4.50 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 pant*", 3.00 work pants * 2.00 •' work pants 1.75 " work pants 1.25 lc work pants 1.00 Ladies' union suits 45 Ladies' heavy 2 piece rieeee suits. .75 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. — 17 February 1910

WOMAN AND FASHION The Vogue of Skunk Fur. The excessive vogue of skunk bas t.een a veritable boon for many per sons who are obliged to consider the wearing qualities as well as tbe lirst , ost of tbeir furs. Tbis fur is durable and stands exposure to weatber as few other skins do. Some of the best stole and muff sets are made of it, and it trims all sorts of gowns and coats. The suit in tbe drawing bas a band of tbe skunk around the bottom of tbe tunic, and tbe neck and sleeves are tinisbed DARK GREEN GOWN TRIMMED WITH SKUNK. with it. The muff is made of shirred satin and fur in alternate bands, and the turbau is of ilie same fur. The gown is of dark green cloth braided at the bottom of the skirt and in the pointed waist effect and the sleeves with self colored soutache. The waist is uf plaited chifl'on over Persian silk. For white or pale tinted gowns noth ing is so well suited among the skins as sable or mink. Sable may be the royal weasel of that name or it may be one of ■ lhe gl...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 17 February 1910

Farmers Should Attend the Institute Editor of the Newport Miner. Drsir Sir—l desire, through youi pa per, to impress upon nil the great im portance of a largo attendance at the Farmer? 1 Institute, to be held on March 5 in Kelly's Hall. This is the tirst meet ing to be held, and it is possible, if the attendance should warrant it, that New port will be an established point to hold regular meetings, which will enable us to ieap all the benefits we are entitled tu by the establishment of the. agricul tural college. It is a fact that the tax payer- are pay in e for this great and good cause, either directly or indirectly, through appropriations by the state. Whv not come and get your money's worth? Oreat benefits haye accrued to farmers and those engaged in any or all occupations wherein the profit-Bare from the cultivation of the soil in all parts of the state and all parts of the United] States, and now an opportunity comes] to each and every one of us to profit by j these institutes...

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. — 17 February 1910

SECURITY STATE BANK J T. PHILLIPS, Pres.; WM. MOEBEE, First VICE PRES.; F. C. KRAUSE, Cashier; FKED mTEVENS, Assistant Cashier. Four Per Cent. Interest Paid on Time Deposits Cbc IRcwport HTlincr Thursday. Fed. 17, 1909. FRED L. WOLF. Editor ami Publisher Entered in the postoffice at Newport. Wash ugton as second class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE il.So EACH YEAR JUST AMONIi OURSELVES buy your watches, clocks and jewelry < of Shreye and save money. Secretary Wilson, of the Fidelity, a visitor from Spokane today. A lew pairs of men's Gold rub bers left at Kelly's tor $8 per pair. Men's mack maws below cost at Sher man's. $6.50 coats for $4; $'< coats for $3. The 1. & W. N. loader has been in town several days loading out loars along the right of way. Vlr. and Mrs. Chas. H. Pike were at home to the members of the 0. N. O. 500 Club Monday evening. Home Brand Butter is always £?ood. pound guaranteed. HOME GROCERY. Supervisor Millar, of the Kaniksu National Forest, was at Cuo...

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. — 17 February 1910

IN CHARGE, An Amateur Who Kept a Hotel and Made a Mistake. By FRANK H. SWEET. [Copyright, 190?, by American Press Asso ciation.] "Dear Phil-Mighty gluil to hear from you and to know you're at leisure and contemplating a visit east. Start at once. I tired the letter as a chance shot, for I remembered you wrote to some of your people at that place. "Seems odd we've never heard a thing of each other in all these twenty five, years. But never mind, I feel Just as ready for a lark, as 1 did when i Bald goodby on the college campus, and I know you do. "Now to business. I'm mighty sor ry, but a whole lot has happened since I wrote you that letter seven days ago. My people are off pasturing iu Europe, and I'd planned for us to have the whole summer together. "But now I am cabled that my wife has been picked up by brigands in some of the old wornout mountains and that I must hurry over with a ransom. "It will take some money, and, what's worse, a whole lot of time, and, what's still worse, I...

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. — 17 February 1910

Who Are to Be Enumerated The explicit and lengthy printed instructions to the census enumer ators. which has been prepared by the United States census bureau, give a clear idea of the character of the answers expected from the peo ple of the United States with regard to the questions in the population schedule to be carried in the de cennial census April 15 next. All answers are to have reference solely to the ''census day," which is April 15. Persons living on that day, but who died after it and be fore the enumerators call, are to be counted, but persons born after April 15 are not to be included in the count. Persons who were sin gle on April 15 are to be reported as single, even though they have married subsequently and before the canvasser has called. This is true, similarly, of persons who be came widowed or divorced after April 15. The census law provides that all persons shall be enumerated at their "usual place of abode" on April 15. This means the place where they may be s...

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. — 17 February 1910

Tussor Silk inches wide in latest and prettiest designs. Price Cflp per yard . . "UU New Spring styles of hats now at your disposal. We sell the Marde= mail Hats, warranted to give satis** faction. We have them in latest shades and blacks. The Best Gowned Women Wear Jackson Corset Co.'s Corsets BECAUSE— They give ihal particular style and grace so much in evidence today BECAUSE —They a're made from the host of selected materials, BECAUSE —They combine health and comfort. There is a style for every class of figure, and if affords us pleasure to recommend these corsets to you. Imported Scotch gingham- in check", Manchester Galeta cloth, 27 inches wide ||A width 32 inches. Price per yard ZvC special a yard ZUC Ked Seal gi nghauis iu plain colors, checks, stripes Arnold's Sea island percales in new and pretty and plaids, width 32 inches. Special it j*l designs. Thirty-six inches in width, j m yard 1 £2® l >er y art * IDO Cusicß Zero weather again ami every body feeling fine. The ente...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 24 February 1910

VOLUME IX BAD FIRE AT PRIEST RIVER Five Business Buildings Burned Tuesday Morning. Total Loss Foots Up $13,500 Five of tbe principal business bouses ill Priest River, Idaho, were destroyed by a lire which broke out at 9:15 this morning, an>l for a time threatened to wipe out all of the business district of the town. Campbell's butcher shop, located on the east side of the principal business street, leading up from the Great North ern depot, was the scene of the origin of ihetire. Mr. Campbell was waiting on some eustomeis, when one of them re marked that he smelled smoke, and on examination the ceiling in the rear of the building was found ablaze, the lire evidently having started from a defec fective tine. A strong wind was blow ing from the northeast, and the build- ! ings being of frame, but little resistance ! was offered to the spread of llkmes. The | village has no water system, and the j vmall chemical engine it possesses was of but, little use, only a meager supply of che...

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. — 24 February 1910

T. J. KELLY NEWPORT, Ladies' rubbers $ Ladies' one buckle oVer-hoerf. 1.00 Ltdie.- rubber boots 1.75 Mi»-es.' .1' r-e\ Leggins L idie-' Jersey Levins 50 Men'- Sin t"p, Hold Seal rubbers. . . 3.00 ?, in. top, < iold Seal rubber* .. 1.95 Men 12 in. It-ittb'*r top, CS. rubbers' 3.00 Men'? >> in. lent her top, Star rubbers. . 2.75 Men'- 1 buckle common overshoes... 1.25 Men'- common rubber boots 3.00 Men'- Siiiti! I'roof boots ■ . - - 4.00 Men'- Snag l'roof llip Boots 6.00 Child's rubbers to wear over shoes . .40 Mi-.-' rubbers to wear over shoes 50 Chilli's rubber hoots 1.25 Mis:-' rubber boots 1.50 Men's mackinaw pants 3.00 '• good mackinaw coats. 3.50 " hebt mackinaw coats 4.50 lt rain proof warm coats 2.25 rain proof warm overcoats 3.00 " oil pants 1.00 " heavy Kersev pants 2.50 gooi 1 11 ress 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' heavv 2 piece ileece suits. . .75 Mi-...

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. — 24 February 1910

NUMBERING SYSTEMS Many Valuable Plans Found For Designating Houses. fINES FOR NEGLECTFULNESS. Everett, Mass., Adopts This Up to Date Method For Keeping the Numbers on | Houses—Plans of Many Other Towns i and Cities Good and Successful. Statistics of the wave of enthusiasm In towns and cities throughout the United States looking toward the revi sion of house numbering systems fur nish interesting points of comparison ; with the plan recently put into effect J In Chicago. The American Society of j Municipal Improvements, which is or- j ganized as a sort of clearing house for i ideas on municipal government, has made an investigation of what is being done in different parts of the United States. Replies were received from 336 cities ! to the following questions: "Who assigns street numbers to or i otherwise has charge of the number ing of the buildings in your city ? i "What form of application must be J made and what charge paid by prop erty owners to learn their respective bouse numb...

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. — 24 February 1910

Farmers' Institute March 5 Assurance is given by the state colleg* authorities that the program to be pre sented at the Farmers' Institute, to be held at Newport on March 5, will con tain something of interest to ail. The farmers <>f this section are earnestly urged to be present, and surely should it.it miss the opportunity of hearing men who are experienced in their line of work and capable of imparting informs ; ion to others. In no othei section uf the country is 'here greater need of scientific investi gation of soils and knowledge of how to subjugate the soil and prepare it for highest cultivation. The state college men have several times analyzed soils i:oin this section, and will he piepared to give suggestions of value to local farmer". Among the topics to be han dled at this institute are the treatment of soils, clearing of lands, dairving, ft nit growing, etc. The Institute will beheld at Kelly's hall and it will be well worth attendance by all who are interested in...

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. — 24 February 1910

SECURITY STATE BANK J. T. PHILLIPS, Pres.; WM. \LOESER, First VICE PRES.; F. C. K.RAU9E, Cashier; FRED STEVENS, Assibtant Cashier. Four Per Cent. Interest Paid on Time Deposits CE.be Ulcvvport miincr Thursday, Feb. 24, 190 V). FRED L. WOLF, Editor and Publisher Entered in the postof&oe at Newport. Wash. uiriou aa second class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE *1.50 BACH YEAR JUST AMONG OURSELVES Buy your watcher, docks :ui<l jewelry Shi eve and save money. FOR SALE—3-inch Winona wagon, nearly new. Inquire of Chas. Lutz. v lien's mackinaws below cost at Sher man's. |6.50 coats for $4; $5 coats for fa. lone haw completed a jail, 16x24 feet, at a cost of $400. It is equipped with two cells. The High School young people were pleasantly 'entertained hv Howard Krauee Monday evening. The Citizens' Electric Co., Kirkland& Schultby, proprietors, are now open for business in the building formerly occu pied by the Dow barber shop. Home Brand Butter is always good. Every pound guarante...

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. — 24 February 1910

THE QUEEN Of SHEBA She Finally Became Part of a Be- trothal Feast. By CLARISSA MACKIE. (Copyright, t»> American I'res* ciation. J Susan Tipping peered from hel" win dow as Jonas W i 1 loii turned into the put Li that led to the shipyard. Behind biui walked a la rut' gray goose. "Kauin Lee hales thai goose as hit ler I do ami maybe worse. Irtit she'll pert end vln- like* ii jiisl to get around him. Widders is dinning •'fit ters; J shan't sacrifice ni\ principles to please no man not even Jonas \\ ii tun. I'll always stand l».\ what Ivc said all a iroos*. is Lit for is to roast HUd serve with apple same! Susan Tipping sat and brooded resentfully over a disturbed past in which .loiias \V iiion h.«»i repeate<lly asked her I" heroine his wile, and she had as re peatedly refused as loll:: as the objec fiotiHble ji«>ose waddled in Ihe back ground. When Jonas Wilton faced his hoitse keepet across the supper table that uigbt excitement was written on his bronzed taee and iit his shi...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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