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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 24 February 1910

NVESTIGATION OF PACKERS NOW ON JURIES EAST AND WEST READY TO INDICT ANCIENT LAW IS UNCOVERED New Jersey Forbids Storage to ln» fluence Markets.—Civil Suits in Missouri. CHICAGO, Feb 21.—The Federal grand jury in Chicago, delving into tne records of the packing industry tor evidence of anti-trust law viola tions has about completed its big tasfc, and a report within two weeks Is expected investigation of the packers of Mis souri under the state trust law. ia well under way. More recently Kan sas has inaugurated similar proceed ings This combined attack, broad as it is, may be augmented further Many states, it is declared, have enacted anti-trust laws under which they may proceed individually against the big tirms of Packlngtown. indictments have been voted against directors of the National Packing Company by a New Jersey grand jury. Action in New Jersey is based upon &n ancient law which forbids the stor- Louis F. Swift Oa« ot the men chiefly blamed for the recede advance in the ...

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. — 24 February 1910

I ussor Silk 27 inches wide in latest and prettiest designs. Price CHp per yard . . . UUU New Spring styles ol hats now at your disposal. We sell the Harde* man Hals, warranted to give satis taction. We have them in latest shades and blacks. The Best Gowned Women Wear Jackson Corset Co.'s Corsets KK< 'A I'SK They give that pari.ietii;tr style and grace so much in evidence today fchX A l/SK —They are made trorn the best- of selected materials, BEt'Al SK —They combine health and.comfort. There is a style for every class of figure, and it affords lis pleasure to recommend tin's*'* eoi>ets to you. Imported Scotch yinghams in cheeks, Af Manchester Galcta cloth, 27 inches wide gkgk width inches. I'riee per yard ZvC special ?i yard ZUC Red Seal f-iisj.f 11;1111k in plain colors, cheeks, stripes Arnold's Sea Inland percales in new and pretty and plaids, width :V± inches. Special a -j *1 designs. Thirty-six inches in width, | « yard 1 £20 I*r yard | QQ Metaline Wants to Get Townsite Th...

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 March 1910

The Newport Miner VOLUME IX NEWPORT SCHOOLSRATED HIGH Placed on Accredited List By Slate University. Are Making Remarkable Showing It will be a source of much gratifica t ion to the patrons of the Newport pub lic schools to learn that the high school has been accredited by the State Board of Higher F.ducation of the State of Washington, at a meeting recently held bv that Immlv in the city of Spokane. The accrediting of the Newport High School places the institution on a par with the other four-year high schools in the -tate, so far as education privileges and recognition are concerned. Finan cially the district will receive an addi tional $4<A> apportionment each year in consideration of maintaining an accred ited four-vear high school. Education tionallv the privilege accruing from be ing an accredited high school consists in the fact that its graduates will he al lowed to enter the higher institutions of learning in this state without being re quired to undergo the entrance ...

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 March 1910

T. J. KELLY NEWPORT, Ladies' rubbers .75 Ladies'one buckle overshoes 1.00 Misses' Jersey Leggina . . *5 Ladies' Jersey Legging 50 Men's Sin top, Gold Seal rubbers. . . 3.00 Men's 3 in. top, (Sold 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 common rubber boots 3.00 Men's Snag Proof boots 4.50 Men's Snag l'roof Hip Boots. 5.75 Child's rubbers to wear over shoes. . . .40 Miss' rubbers to wear over shoes .50 Chilli's rubber boots 1.25 Ladies' rubber boots 1.75 Miss' rubber boots 1.50 Men's mackinaw pants... 3.00 " good mackinaw coats. \ 3.50 44 rain proof warm coats-.-. ...... 2.25 " rain proof warm overcoats 3.00 14 oil pants 1.00 " heavy Kersey pants . 2.50 *' good dress pants 2.50 14 better dress pants. 3.00 " work pants 2.00 • 4 work pants 1.75 " work pants 1.25 ' 4 work pants 1.00 Ladies' union suits...... 45 Ladiets' heavy 2 piece fleece suits .75 Miss' and Children's 2 piece suits .. . .50 Boy's, fleece suits ...

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 March 1910

WHEN BILLY WENT PLAIN. The Story of a Man Who Re f&rmed and Was Tempted. By WAYNE S. BOROUGH. [Copyright, 1909, by American Press Asso ciation.J O'Neill stepped to tbe door of the satoou, holding his glass so he could see I tie colors of the sunlight through the liquor. The street was compara tively deserted, for wheu cowboys were in towu it was customary for the in habitants to betake to needed duties indoors. The color of the liquor prov ing satisfactory, O'Neil's hand dropped from its significant position on his hip pocket, and his eyes swept the street. "Hike here, you fellers!" he yelled suddenly. " Yonder's Billy Patterpat turning the corner. Let's cover the street and corral him and then make him dance." "Huh!" drawled another cowboy, who was leaning against tbe counter, emptying glasses and flinging them at whoever he thought might not be able IN A FEW MOMENTS HE WAS IN THEITE MIDST. to (Judge and holding his revolver in. readiness to meet possible objection to his playf...

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 March 1910

SNOW SLIDES KILL MANY Great Northern Hard Hit in the Cascades. No. 2 Wrecked Near Milan- Wellington, Wash., the first station weatof ('ascade Tunnel, was the scene Monday night of the worst railroad dis aster that has occurred in the state of Washington. Two Great Northern trains, which had been tied up at the station by snow blockades, were swept liom the tracks by by a snowslide, car rying the trains 200 feet or more into a canyon and burying the occupants. The trains were No. 25, the Spokane- Seattle express, which had been tied up at. Wellington foi several days, and No. '27 j the fast mail train. In addition to the two passenger trains, four of the huge electric motors used in the tunnel, three locomotives and a rotary snow plow were swept away ami piled up in a tangled mass of wreckage under 40 feet, of snow. Authentic reports are hard to get from the scene of the disaster, as the road is blocked in both directions. Some sur vivors have managed to make their es cape from the s...

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 March 1910

SECURITY STATE BANK J. T. PHILLIPS, Pres.; Wm. MOESER. First Vice Pres.; F. C. KRAUSE, Cashier; f RED STEVENS, Assistant Cashier. C. P. MOESER Geo. H. BOBIER Four Per Cent. Interest Paid on Time Deposits YOUR BUSINESS SOLICITED £be Utewport miner Thursday, March 1910. FRFD L. WOLF, Editor and Publisher Kntered in the postoffioe at Newport, Wash. ■iKtoil as second class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICK *1.50 BACH YEAR JUST AMONG OURSELVES Who said we had quit? Not yet. Pavne & Yawter. Buy your watches, clocks and jewelry <>f Shreye and save money. FOR SALE—3-inch Winona wagon, nearly new. Inquire of Chas. Lutz. Miss Selma Stevens has succeeded Lilian Grover as clerk in the postoffice. Men's mackinaws below cost at Sher man's. $<>.50 coats for $4; $5 coats for $3. The Catholic ladies will give an Easter hall and supper at Kelly's Hall Monday evening, March 28. Pay your real estate taxes lxtfore March 15, if you wish to tret advantage of the 3 per cent, cash discount. Ho...

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 March 1910

Newport Iron Works List No. 186 NEW and SECOND-HAND MACHINERY SAW MILL MACHINERY 1 35 M sawmjll complete (bargain). l Sousl steam feed. 1 live rolls. 1 carriage and track. 6 48-inch saws. I 36-inch saw. 1 32-inch cut-otY saw. Saw arbors, all sizes. t saw swage, new. 4o second hand wood split pulleys. 10 second hand steel split pulleys. Cast pulleys, all sizes. 1 saw grinder. I saw anvil. 25 emery wheels. A lot ot second hand rubber belting. 1000 feet of chain belting. 20 18 inch car wheels and axles. 15 10 inch car wheels. BOILERS 1 50 H P Atlas high pressure. I 20 H I' Scotch marine. 1 10 11 l J Vertical, submerge tube. We sell the Pennsylvania Boiler Works boilers, all kinds and sizes. STEAM ENGINES 1 12x16 side crank, rebuilt. 1 11x15 centre crank, rebuilt. l ioxl'2 side crank, sell-contained. 1 7Ax 10 center crank. New engines, all sizes. GASOLINE ENGINES 1 2-i H P All Day Digger. 1 2 M P Jack ot All Trades. 1 4 H P Fairbanks-Morse. 1 double cylinder 6x6 marine. 1 single cylinde...

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 March 1910

Tiger Talk. Quite a number have been sick around Tiger the past week. School has been closed the past Mrs. Carpenter, the teacher, being ill. Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Lucas were lone visitors last week Another dance will be given at the school house at Tiger March 12. Mrs. Jessie Page and family ar rived last week to make their future home near lone. Mrs. Page is vis iting her sister, Mrs. R. Greena inver. Chas. Goodsell came down from his ranch and went to lone one day last week. The logging camp on Mr. Ren 's haw's place will be through in an other week. The card party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. King was a very enjoyable affair. About 20 guests were present. The ladies' Sunshine Club meets with Mrs. Byron Rouse Wednes day, March 2. The card club meets at O'NeiPs camp on the Underwood place next Saturday night. Early Monday morning occurred the death of Ardin Olmstead.at his home near Tiger. Deceased was 30 years of age, was raised near Spokane, was a member of the Modern Woodmen and ...

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 March 1910

I ussor Silk 27 inches wide in latest and prettiest designs. Price Cflfl per yard . . . OUC New Spring styles of hats now at your disposal. We sell the Harde= man 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 that particular style and grace so much in evidence today BECA USE —They are made from the best of selected materials, BECAUSE —They combine health and comfort. There is a style for every class of figure, and it affords us pleasure to recommend these corsets to you. Imported Scotch ginghams in chocks," aw width H2 inches. Price per yard ZvC Red Seal ginghams in plain colore, checks, stripes and plaids, width ,*>2 inches. Special a .* ljl yard I Z I 2C WILL BOND BY ORDINANCE City Council to Bond Town for Nearly $5,000. Franchise Extension Is Asked. The town council met'in regular ses sion Tuesday evening, all members present. George Graupner, newly ap pointed to (ill ...

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 March 1910

VOLUME IX $5000 FOR MANUFACTURERS Inducements Meld Out For Loca tion of Industries. f own Has A Favored Location Newport will offer a bonus of $5000 for the location at this point of a saw mill with ti cutting capacity of 200,000 to '.'fx 1.000 feet per day, or a woodworking plant to employ at least 100 men. The town presents facilities for manu facturing plants of . this character that are unsurpassed in the Northwest. An abundant supply of timber is located in ihe country directly tributary to New port, ami in the Kaniksu National For est, covering over a million acres of £i on ml, there is a vast supply of mature timber that is being sold by the govern*, merit andean be transported to this point, by either rail or water. For a woodworking plant there is available the cut of the m;.nv mills located in this ter ritory, and for the distribution of pro ducts our two lines of railroad offer the best of facilities. Located on the main line of the Great Northern there is available fordi...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 10 March 1910

Biyd P. Doty, of Seattle, state superintendent of the Anti-Saloon League, has sent word to Colville that the organization will endorse the candidacy of A. E. Veatch, of Colville, for congress, and that an nouncement of the fact will appear in the American Issue for March. This is the third organization to endorse the candidacy of Mr. Watch, the other two being the Re publican editors of Stevens county and the Ministerial Association of Colville. Twenty-nine newspapers in the Third congressional district are now supporting his candidacy. One thousand voters of Stevens county are signing large petitions asking the other cotrfiti.es of the district to unite and give Mr. Veatch the nomination. Mr. Veatch, who is editor of the Colville Statesman-Index, is a "pro gressive' Republican and is mak ing his light for the nomination to succeed Miles Poindex'er on a plat form favoring a downward revision of tin* tariff and the Pinchot policy of conservation. He is opposed to Cannonism and Aldric...

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. — 10 March 1910

WASHINGTON NEWS STATED IN BRIEF TELEGRAPHIC CHRONICLE OP STATE HAPPENINGS. CHIDE MAYOR AND CHIEF Grand Jury Severely Censures Them for Disregarding Laws Regulat ing Saloons and Cafes. SEATTLE —Mayor Miller aud Chief of Police Ward were censured severe ly by the King County grand jury, which adjourned Saturday after 83 days of sessions. The grand jury in its final report to Superior Judge Ronald says that Mayor Miller has "practically ignored and east aside as waste the laws forbidding women to loiter in saloons and to habitually drink with men in such places, "also the law re garding the sale of liquors to minors and intoxicated persons." The grand jury says in regard to Chief of Police Ward: "The evidence submitted to us Jus tifies us in saying that the City of Seattle needs a new Chief of Police and that this Is a pre-eminent neces siiy." Chief of Police Irving Ward re signed two weeks ago to become man ager of a large hotel of which he is one of the owners, and in accepting bis r...

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 March 1910

INSTITUTE A BIG SUCCESS Explanation of Stump Burning Methods. Farmers Interested In Lectures The Farmers' Institute, held at New poit Saturday, March 5, proved a suc cess, both in point of attendance and interest manifested. The sessions were held at Kelly's liall, the use of which had been donated by the owner. II W. Sparks, superintendent of the state experiment station, and L. V\ . Hansen, of Seattle, deputy state dairy in-pector, v. ere the speakers oi the occa sion, I'rof. Thatcher, director of the ex periment station, having been unable to niine, ottiiijj to the floods that were de vastating the t'alouse country. Mr. Hansen's address on dairy ques tioiH proved ol interest, and will doubt* les« be beneficial in stimulating an in dustry w hicli at present receives but scant attention in this territory, and which with proper application can be made profitable, the grasses of this sec tion being especially rich in butter pro ducing uualities. Mr. Sparks' talks <,\ereun fruit ra...

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 March 1910

SECURITY STATE BANK J. 1. PHILLIPS, Pres.; . Wm. MOESER, First VICE Pbbs.; F. C\ KRAUSE, Cashier; FKED STEVENS, Assistant Cashier. Four Per Cent. Interest Paid on Time Deposits ilhc IHewport Winer Thursday, March 10, 1910. FRED L. WOLF, Editor and Publisher Kntered in the postoffioe at Newport, Wash. nitron an second class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE H,50 EACH YEAR JUST AMONG OURSELVES See Crandall for watches. buy your watches, clocks and jewelry of Shreye and save money. Spring millinery opening at the Paris Store Wednesday, March 10. FOR SALE —Cheap, furniture, at Hugh Kennedy's residence. G. S. Harding, of Halford's addition, ie laid up as the result «if a sprained back. home Brand Butter is always good. Every pound guaranteed. HOME GROCERY. J.C. Huff, uf Nakusp, British Colum bia, is a new settler in the C'alispel val ley, having purchased a farm of 200 acres near Locke. He arrived with a carload of good* and equipment Wed nesday. Catholic services at St. Anthony's church e...

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 March 1910

Newport Iron Works List No. 186 NEW and SECOND HAND MACHINERY — ■ * ' SAW MILL MACHINERY 1 35 M sawmill complete (bargain). 1 Souel steam feed. 1 set live rolls. . 1 carriage and track. 6 4<S?inch saws. 1 36-inch saw. l 32-inch cut-off saw. Saw arbors, all sizes. 1 saw swage, new. 4o second hand wood split pulleys. lo second hand steel split pulleys. Cast pullevs, all sizes. 1 saw grinder. 1 saw anvil. 25 emery wheels. A lot of second hand rubber belting. KMX) feet of chain belling. 20 18-inch car wheels and axles. IS l()-inch car wheels. BOILERS l So H P Alias high pressure. 1 2<) H P Scotch marine. 1 lo 11 P Vertical, submerge tube. •We sell the Pennsylvania Boiler Works boilers, all kinds and sizes. STEAM ENGINES l 12x 16 side crank, rebuilt. 1 Ilx 1S centre crank, rebuilt. 1 10x12 side crank, self-contained. 1 7ixlo center crank. New engines, all sizes. GASOLINE ENGINES 1 2 A H P All Day Digger. 1 2 H P Jack of All Trades. 1 4 11 P Fairbanks-Morse. 1 double cylinder 6x6 ma...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 10 March 1910

Plea for the Mines There are two sources of wealth which hurt no one in their develop ment. which are of benefit to the immunity, and which are not de indent upon the impoverishment of the business of others. These are farming and mining. There is less suspicion attached to wealth com ing from these sources than that accruing from any other. Espe cially is this true of mining. Its money is essentially clean money. It is won by hard work, hard man ual work, from Mother Earth, and is like the farmer's crop, a distinct addition to the capital of the coun try. Fherefore every altruist, as well as every business man, should welcome back the mining boom which did so much good in the'9os. iiold, silver, lead, copper, zinc, cinnabar, platinum and other and rarer metals are hidden in the mountain sides flunking and inter secting the Inland Empire. Nearly a generation ago the success of a few mines rendered prospecting a highly popular piofrssion and quite a little of the country was exam ine...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 10 March 1910

Our Display of New and Fresh Clothing now awaits your inspection. All our clothes bear the Your choice of any. Three Lakes and Chippewa Men s Cruisers and Rivermen s boots at h - while they last We must clbse these lines out and asthey are worth from $6.50 to $7.50 you had better hurry. Silk Crepe 25 inches in width in latest, and prettiest design, price OHp per yard . - UUU Vote Polled The school election of last Saturday turned out to be a most exciting game, K. S. Appel, whose term as director was about to expire, was a candidate for re election. Opposed to him was George Torreson, superintendent, of the Fidelity mill. When the polls were opened those present selected A, M. Appel and" A. S. Sherlock a§ judges of election, with I). 11. Lusher as clerk. The polls were open from 1 to 8 p. m. It soon became apparent that a large vote was to be cast, and several teams were engaged to bring out the ladies, and to bring in voters from the outlying parts of the district. A total of 443 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 March 1910

VOLUME IX MM. IN LENGTHY SESSION Much Legislation Gonig Through That Body. Campaign of Regulation Started. Iho town council met in regular ses sion Tuesday evening, all members pres ent. except Graupner. F. W. Vawter, representing the South Side Improvement Association, pre sented the petition for street improve ment that has been circulated among property owners of that section, and asked the council to agree to put in two crosswalks after the contemplated im provements had been made. The mat tor was referred to the committee on st reets. Marshal Jenne reported defective walks and crossings left by water com pany ami power company improvements, and also that walks at various points were in bad condition. On motion of Lusher the marshal was directed to no tify parties responsible for these dam ages to make repairs, or to have them done by the city ami charged to the parties. Also to notify property owners along the newly graded streets that have not yet built walks, that same must l...

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 March 1910

FIFTY REASONS Why you should deal with Kelly 1 Because he handles Gold Seal Rubbers. 2 << >• •• Goodyear Rubbers. «♦ " " Beaver Hats. a iv << Lakeside shirts. g 4. n " Best Cashmere Hose. g u " '• Saranac Gloves. j „ « " Best Horsehide Gloves. g fi " Chippewa Shoes. « a • American Lady Shoes, jq .i »> 1 American Gen t1 ein h n Shoes. 11 .t .. •< Buys'and Girls' Security School Shoes. 12 " ,i Boss of the Road Overalls l«j »> < l •' Best Dry Goods. 14 " "«* '• Olympic F lour. 15 .. " c: Best Coal Oils. |g •' " " A. &. K. Pure Lard. iy " " Best Soaps. |g «■ " 4 4 Pure Cider Vinegar. |o ii •< " Log Cabin Syrup. 2q - 1 «• iC Tea Garden Syrup. 2| •-« " «' Other Syrups that are all good. 22 " 14 " The best dried fruits. 2 3 » « The best freth fruits. 24 « " " The best canned fruits. 49 Because prices are always right. 50 Because he lias never entered into any illegal combination or any other combination against the people and in restraint of trade. Accordi...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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