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  • THE MINER NOVEMBER 17, 2010 | 1B

    Instant Digital Photo Printing

    For your holiday gift photos

    208-437-4822 Oldtown, IDMon. - Sat. 8 - 7 Sun 10 - 6

    BEN FRANKLINOur Variety Shows

    Made from fi lm, slides, negatives & all digital media.

    4x6 Prints 205x7 Prints 598x10 Prints $1.89CD $1.49

    GET IN, GET HELP, GET DECORATING

    208-437-5669East End of the Oldtown Bridge

    Open 7 am to 6 pmEveryday

    Get Readyfor theHolidays

    2499ea.

    Sale ends Nov. 22, 2010

    ea.29935 ct. C6LED Light SetWhite, Warm White or Multi-Color. 9121120, 9135401, 9121112Limited quantity available. Sorry no rain checks.

    ea.

    9950 Ct.Energy SmartTMLED Crystal Mini Lights or C5 LightsWarm White or Multi-Color. Lights stay on even if bulb becomes loose. 9135138, 9135187, 9135120, 9135179

    25 Ct. Light SetC7 or C9 bulbs, Clear or Multi-Color, transparent or Ceramic.

    ea.

    100 Ct. Constant ONTM Mini Light SetClear or Multi-Color. Lights stay on even if bulb becomes loose. 96303, 96304

    ea.

    100 Ct. Mini Light SetClear, Multi-Color. Blue, Red or Green9826009, 9827007, 9866476, 9866484, 9866492

    ea.

    100 Ct. Heavy Duty Mini Light SetClear or Multi-Color.9580101, 9580044

    ea.

    1499ea.

    WoodlandsThemedLighted Porcelain Buildings9164377, 9164385, 9164393Styles may vary by store.

    Lighted PorcelainBuildings9166950, 9166976, 9166992

    Styles may vary by store.

    899 Flickering LEDCandle 4/pk.9 candles stay on for 8 hours automatically uses 2 AA batteries (not included). 9108820

    ea.

    18 Pre-Lit Wreath20 clear or multi color lights.9192527, 9192543

    97356, 97358, 97420, 97357, 96802, 97421

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    COUNTRY FAIRE

    115 W. 2nd Colville509-684-8274

    CHRISTMAS IN THE GALLERY SALE

    20% off Fiesta Wear25% off Snow Babies

    25% off Jewelry

    15% offSTOREWIDE

    Nov. 15th-24th

    HOLIDAY

    Section B - Holiday Gifts - Sports - LifestyleFor The Record and the Classifieds

    Festival of TreesFestival of TreesSaturday December 4th at Sadie Halstead Middle School

    The school will be transformed into a forest

    of trees & a cozy cabin. Decorated trees valued at

    $25000 minimum

    Ra e Tickets $100

    9:00 a.m. - 4 p.m.FREE

    Santa PhotosFace PaintingKids Crafts

    Cookie DecoratingOrnament Crafts

    Tree Viewing5:30 - 7:30

    Prime Rib & Prawn Dinner$2000

    Newport Hospital & Health Services FoundationAll money raised is Committees to bringing Digital Mammography to the Hospital in 2011.

    Reservations & Information (509) 447-7928 or (509) 447-5638

    each

    EveningEntertainment

    Tree Auction&

    Lively MusicIncludes guitar,

    ddle, saxophone, singers & dancers

    Open House WeekendNovember 20-21

    Open for Tree Sales10 a.m. - 4 p.m.

    November 26th until sold out

    & EVENT FACILITY

    1521 Willms Rd. Elk, WA 99009 (509) 292-2543

    Family OrientedChoosen CutFREE hay ride to trees,

    cider and coffee on weekends

    Visa and Mastercard Accepted www.camdenranch.com

    Shopping Edition

  • 2B | JANUARY 6, 2010 THE MINER

    Visit us online at www.dobetteratbecker.com

    BUICK

    6623 N. DIVISION, SPOKANE, WA2 blocks North of Francis on Division

    509-467-8985

    BUICK GMC

    Happy HolidaysFrom BECKER BUICK GMC

    Great Selection of Highest Quality Vehicles

    North

    32 FLAT SCREEN

    COLOR TVNorth Store On

    ly. Thru 12/24/10

    With Purchase of any NEW

    or USED Car Truck SUV

    Purchase any New or UsedCar - Truck - SUV

    and drive home with a

    Shop, Stay n Play in Spokane! Enjoy $20 off your stay at the

    Quality Inn Oakwood, North Spokane!

    FREE Deluxe Breakfast Buffet

    24-hour indoor pool and hot tub

    Hot Tub and Family Suites available!

    Located near NorthTown Mall, Costco, Northpointe Shopping Center and the new Olive Garden!

    OAKWOOD

    Enjoy all this and more!

    Call today: 888-535-4900

    $$2200 OFF Quality Inn Oakwood

    w/coupon

    Offer expires Feb. 28, 2011. Coupon MUST be presented at check-in. Offer not valid with any other discount including AAA and AARP.

    Only one coupon per room, per stay. Discount applied at check-out.

    7919 N Division Street Spokane, WA 99208 Toll Free: 1.888.535.4900

    www.qualityinnoakwood.com

    Make your reservations today! Shop, Stay n Play

    FREE deluxe breakfast buffet 24-hour indoor pool and hot tub Hot Tub and Family Suites available! Located near NorthTown Mall,

    Costco, Northpointe Shopping Center and the new Olive Garden!

    7919 N Division Street Spokane, WA 99208Toll Free: 1.888.535.4900

    Offer expires Feb. 28, 2011. Coupon MUST be presented at check-in.Offer not valid with any other discount including AAA and AARP.Only one coupon per room, per stay. Discount applied at check-out.

    CLICK FOR WEBSITE

    900 W. 4th Street, Newport, WA509-447-9277 [email protected]

    Holiday Artist Shopat Create Arts Center

    INVITING ALL LOCAL ARTISTS & CRAFTERS TO EXHIBIT

    Call for information (509) 447-9277Opening December 4th - December 20th

    Mon. - Fri. 10 am - 6 pmSat. 10 am - 4 pm

    CLICK FOR WEBSITE

    Grunberg Schloss Collectors Cabinet

    210C Triangle Dr.Ponderay 263-7871

    Monday to Friday or by appointment

    BUYING & SELLING Coins & Paper Money US & Worldwide

    Gold Silver Bullion Coin Collecting Books & Supplies Metal Detectors Prospecting Supplies

    KATHY BOND-BORIEGUEST COLUMNIST

    Caring for Blooming Gifts Poinsettias, African violets, cyclamen, azaleas, holiday cacti, and kalanchoe - all are popular holiday gifts to give and receive. But once they are settled in their new homes, how do we keep them healthy and thriving? Here are some tips to keep in mind. Include the key points on a care tag with the plants you give as gifts.

    Keep soil moist, not wet. Saturate the soil with room-

    temperature water in the morn-ing so foliage can dry before nighttime. If water drains out immediately, the plant is root-bound and needs to be repotted with fast-draining soilless potting mix. Water cyclamen and African violets from the bottom by setting

    them in a tray of water for a few minutes and letting the soil soak up water.

    Turn on the lights. Flowering houseplants often

    dont rebloom because of insuffi-cient light. Place plants in a south-facing window or set them under full-spectrum grow lights.

    Provide optimum

    temperatures.

    Indoor temperatures of 55 to 70 degrees Fahrenheit are usu-ally adequate for most flowering houseplants, although tropicals such as holiday cacti and garde-nias need cooler temperatures of 60 to 65 degrees Fahrenheit to set buds.

    Fertilize. Use a dilute soluble fertilizer

    according to label directions when plants are in active growth and flowering. When plants take a rest, stop fertilizing. Once a month, flush the pots for a few minutes until water drains from the holes to remove any built-up fertilizer salts.

    Raise humidity. Many flowering houseplant spe-

    cies are accustomed to high year-round humidity. Run a humidifier near the plants, or group the plants together on a 2-inch layer of pebbles in a tray of water. The water should not touch the pots.

    Control pests. Oftentimes you can control

    spider mites by dunking plants upside down in a sink full of soapy water. Sprays of insecticidal soap or horticultural oil will control many pests.

    Courtesy of Family Features

    Gardening With Charlie

    The secret to creating a crowd-pleasing holiday spread is com-bining a healthy helping of tradi-tion with a pinch of creative new recipes that showcase beloved holiday flavors.

    Basil, thyme and black pepper provide the perfect kiss of flavor to Roast Turkey with Mushroom Stuffing. Basting the bird with

    an infusion of these three, along with Swanson Chicken stock and lemon juice ensures that the meat will be moist and juicy, and the outside of the bird will roast to a beautiful golden brown.

    Green Bean Casserole the iconic recipe that combines Condensed Cream of Mushroom soup, green beans and french

    fried onion topping was creat-ed 55 years ago by Dorcas Reilly of the Campbell Test Kitchen, and is still a favorite today. To change it up a bit, add shredded cheddar cheese, chopped red bell pepper, toasted sliced almonds or crumbled bacon.

    The secret to a flavorful holiday

    Prep: 25 minutesCook: 3 hours 30 minutesStand: 10 minutesMakes: 12 servings 3 1/2 cups Swanson Chicken Stock 3 tablespoons lemon juice 1 teaspoon dried basil leaves, crushed 1 teaspoon dried thyme leaves, crushed 1/4 teaspoon ground black pepper 1 stalk celery, coarsely chopped (about 1/2 cup) 1 small onion, coarsely chopped (about 1/4 cup) 1/2 cup sliced mushrooms (about 1 1/2 ounces) 4 cups Pepperidge Farm Herb

    Roast Turkey with Mushroom Stuffing Seasoned Stuffing 1 turkey (12 to 14 pounds) Vegetable cooking spray

    1. Stir 1 3/4 cups stock, lemon juice, basil, thyme and 1/8 teaspoon black pepper in a

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