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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 19 January 1911

ADDITIONAL LOCAL Louis Kirchan is in the Big Bend Country buying cattle. R. S. Anderson has been in Spokane on severald avJ this week. Let us figure together on the new building that you have planned to con struct. F. E. Lehmkuhl. The shed in the rear of the Roy Wim ber store collapsed under the weight of snow today causing the delivery horse to run away smashing the wagon. The ladies of Cusick will give a Box Social Wednesday January 25 at the church the proceeds to be used to help clear up the church debts. On December 31, 1910, the six per manent school gunds of the state owned bonds aggregating $8,060,046. During the present administration the state bond issue has been reduced from $1,- 200,000 to $700,000. The second annual convention of |tbe officers and employes of H. M. Byllesby A Co., engineers and managers of public ! utility plants, opened in Chicago Jan uary 17th, at the Auditorium Annex Hotel, with an attendance of 250 dele gates. Forty cities in twelve western and sout...

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. — 19 January 1911

When in doubt do your business with the Security State Bank "THE TEOTLES' *BAJiKI 9 n Interest Paid On Time Agents lor 25 of the largest fire insurance companies in the world*. Owned and Controlled by Local Capital Che IRewport miner Thursday, Jan. 19. 1911. FRED L. WOLF. Editor and Publisher. Entered in the poßtoffice at Newport. Wash, astton as second class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICK *1.50 EACH YEAR JUST AMONG OURSELVES J. L. Bronson, of Spokane transacted business here Tuesday. Daily capers, The Mines and all standard magazines at P O. Store. Don't forget Sherman's big closing out sale and take advantage of the bargains offered. C. A. Sherman & Co> offer big bar-j gains in all lines of goods at the special Sale. Read hi« big ad in this issue. Number 190 won the candy at the P. O. Store. Will the holder please call and get it. % ? Cord wood taken at the highest market price in exchange tor merchandise. C. A. Sherman & Co. Tbe Newport Dancing Club held their regular...

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. — 19 January 1911

NEWS FROM THE NATIONAL CAPITAL What Our Lawmakers Are Do ing and Other Interesting Events. Washington. D. C—lt is safe to assert that Senator Lorimer will be declared never to have gained a valid title to his seat in the senate. It Is said that Lorimer can com mand only 33 votes in the senate out of a total of 92. It is equally probable that the resolution for the popular election of senators will pass the sen ate, perhaps next week, if not then, during this session. Senator Borah has served notice on the senate that any attempt to delay or prevent a vote may result in the holding up of all business. He is in charge, on the .floor, of the Bristow resolution and is in dally conference with Senators La follette and other supporters of the resolution. They have their fighting clothes on and it is their purpose at this time, if it be within possibility, to achieve this great reform, follow ing the years of agitation and public demand for it. It will pass the house and almost unanimously...

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. — 19 January 1911

Commissioners' Proceedings (Continued From Last Week.) Jan. a-—Tha board met pursuant to adjourn ment- Ail mamtoars present. Miuutea «f Jam. 4 read and approved. The foliowln» bUla ware allowed: Luni Hdw Co, road supplies, dr,ib3.. $18 00 i Wash B 4 L Co, same 67 00 Same, bridge. r a b 26 90 D R A B i»— K Burdick, road work 30 00 C B Myers, same 2 00 A £ Burdick, same 7 15 00 Wm Hamilton, same 15 00 Louis Appleton, same 2 00 Peter Halg p een, same 12 00 C J Johnson, same 10 00 Victor Flick, same 10 00 H Pomeroy, same 4 00 E L Everett, road supervisor, same 4 00 Alexis Weiks, road work, same 15 00 Ed MUtner, same 21 00 Geo A Bobier, same 10 oo J M Jared, road supervisor, same 15 75 11 Winchester, road work, same " 50 H E Smith, same 1 88 Ona Broadwell. same 4 «*| C R Brott, same • 438 E J Zeigler, same 1 86 \V J Zeigler, same 1 G J Faulkner, same 5 00 J M Jared, bridge woik r a d <*1 oo UR&B3- S B Siler, road work 4o 00 J O Nelson, same 2 oO Samuel Strong, same ® > Otto F f...

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. — 19 January 1911

Big Closing Out Sale Continues and will continue until we are out of business. Our-price reductions show that we are in earnest in this matter. Since the beginning of this sale our store has been thronged with eager buyers who are taKing advantage of our great offer ings. We list the following. 1-2 off on all Ladies,' Misses' and Child rens' Cloaks $30.00 Cloaks, sale price $15.00 $25.00 Cloaks, sale price $12.50 $20.00 Ck. *-s, sale price $10.00 $18.00 Cloaks, sale price $9.00 $15-00 Cloaks, sale price $7.50 $12.00 Cloaks, sale price $0.00 $10.00 Cloaks, sale price $ 5.00 S 8.00 Cloaks, sale price $ 4.00 S 8.00 Cloaks, sale price $ 3.00 S 4.00 Cloaks, sale price $ 2.00 25 per cent, off on all Trunks and Suit Cases $ 2.00 now S 1.50 $ 3.00 now $ 2.25 S 4.00 now S 3.00 $ 6.00 n°w $ 4.50 S 0.00 now $ 6.00 SI 0.00 now $ 7.50 $12.00 now $ 9.00 $15.00 now $11.25 Remember the Goods are Marked in Plain Figures and you can figure the advertised reductions for yourselves C. A. SHERMAN & ...

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. — 26 January 1911

VOLUME X on BILL INMKED Now in the Hands of the House Committee. County Seat Election in 1912. The bill for the creation of the new county of Pend Oreille was presented in the Houßeof Representatives at Olympia on Friday last by Representative Apple man. The bill as presented describes the boundary as given in the printed peti tion circulated throughout the territory of the proposed county. In the neigh borhood of lone, and in territory west of that town, supplemental petitions had been circulated, in which residents of that territory asked to be included in the new county. Messrs. Trumbull and Wolf, representing the county division committee, attempted to have the terri tory included in the bill, but were met | with opposition on the part of Repre-1 sentative Spedden. Mr. Spedden had been instructed by the people of West ern Stevens county that if the bill would provide for the boundary in the printed petition, there would be no objection of fered to the formation of the new coun t...

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. — 26 January 1911

T. J. KELLY'S BARGAINS ■ ® <flt __ * - One sack flour $1.35 One barrel flour : / ' One sack cane sugar 6.25 One sack beet sugar 6-05 100 pounds new potatoes 1.50 14 pounds new potatoes 25 1 pound Mocha & Java coffee 35 1 pound beat package coffee 25 1 pound bulk coffee 20 5 pounds bulk coffee. 1.00 1 pounds Arbucktes coffee 25 6 pounds green coffee 1.00 1 pound Japan tea 45 1 pound Gunpowder tea 50 1 pound E. B. tea (Gaits) 50 1 bottle ammonia. 10 4 bottles ammonia 25 One bottle bluing 10 Four bottles bluing 25 One box bluing 05 One pound Crescent baking powder.. .25 Three pounds Crescent baking pwd.. .70 Five pounds Crescent baking pwd... 1.00 One pound Prices (16oz) B. powder.. .50 25 ounces K. C. baking powder .25 50 ounces K. C. baking powder .50 80 ounces K. C. baking powder 80 Two cans cream tartar 25 Two ounces lemon extract 25 Two ounces vanilla extract 25 One quart vanilla extract 1.75 One quart lemon extract 1.75 One package hops 10 One package sage _ 05 One bottle ...

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. — 26 January 1911

WHAT WASHINGTON'S SOLONS ARE DOING Large Amount of Business Done During Second Week; Smalt Amount Spent. Olympia, Wash. —The second week of thfe twelfth session of the Legisla ture of Washington goes on record as having transacted the largest amount of state business and spent the small est amount of state funds of any pre vious session since statehood. There has not been a serious wrangle on the floors of either house and no bitter ness displayed on the part of the members. The Insurgents recently elected are pursuing a conservative oourse and ere being guided in the unimportant measures by the more experienced members. Should the old line Republicans attempt to spend a lavish amount for maintenance of the state Institutions, raise legislative sal aries unnecessarily or indulge in need less extravagance, the insurgents are pledged to vote solidly in the interests of economy and to keep the expendl* tures within the state's revenues. Considerable Business Transacted. Legislation act...

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. — 26 January 1911

Band Meeting In answer to the call for the purpose of reorgeniaiug the Newport Brew Band fifteen players tamed oat at the meet* ing Monday evening. There li enough local talent to begin with 12 ot 14 pieces, provided the in struments (An be found or money se cured for the purchase of several new ones. When the old organisation dis banded these were taken by the mem bers. A few have since been loaned out or placed in storage. All persons having instruments in their posession are requested to attend the next meet ing Monday evening January 81st at the City Hall. Anyone haying knowl edge of where any of the instruments may be found is requested to inform Carl Johanson or E. Jenne and all citi zens interested in the movement are asked to be present at the meeting. Sandpoint to Have New City Hall Contractor Houden says that the city hall will be completed and ready for oc cupancy shortly after the first of March, and that it is safe to say that every de partment will be ready for use by ...

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. — 26 January 1911

When in doubt do your business with the Security State Bank Of Newport, Washington "THE PEOPLES' BAfiK." 4% Interest Paid On Time Deposits Argents for 25 of the largest fire insurance companies in the world. Owned and Controlled by Local Capital Cbe IRevvport TFliner Thursday, Jan. 26. 1911. FRED L. WOLF. Editor and Publisher. Entered In the postofflce at Newport, Wash, ngton as second class mall matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE *1.50 EACH YEAR JUST AMONG OURSELVES The February magazines are now ar riving at P. O. Store. Prices cut in balf at the Paris store. Get in line for bargains. Cashier C. F. Craig, of the First Na tional, was a Spokane visitor the fore part of the week. Cordwood taken at the highest market price in exchange tor merchandise. C. A. Sherman & Co. Linemen Kirklin & Schilsbv are busy'installing telephones in the newly opened thirst emporiums. Sumner Barker has opened a restau rant in the Jack Koch building formerly occupied by "Smithy," the barber. One Fairbanks...

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. — 26 January 1911

NEWS FROM THE NATIONAL CAPITAL What Our Lawmakers Are Do ing and Other Interesting Events. Washington. — The constitutional amendment providing for direct elec tion of United {States senators is In danger of going to wreck through the Injection of the race issue of the South Into the debate in the Senate. Tha controversy has arisen over the control of elections for the choice of senators. As reported from commit tee, the resolution authorizing the sub mission of the amendment to the states includes in the amendment a provision that the state legislatures shall fix the times, places and manner of holding the elections, but Suther land moved an amendment giving Congress power to regulate the elec tions. This has aroused the opposi tion of the Democrats and, though the Republicans are strong enough in numbers to secure Its adoption, as a bare majority suffices, they would thereby imperil the adoption of the resolution itself as this requires three fifths majority, which cannot be se cu...

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. — 26 January 1911

Will Print State Song Gov. M. E. Hay is making ar rangements for the printing by the state of the official song, "sear Old Washington," the words of which were written by Burton JE. Hil born, a Spokane newspaper man. Joseph E. Howard, the well known popular song composer, wrote the music. The song will be printed by the state and furnished to the orphan asylumns of Spokane, Seattle and Tacoma at cost, cents per copy. The asylums will sell copies to raise money for the support of the orphans. A feature of the song is the unique cover, bearing the great seal of the state of Washington, the signature of Gov. Hay and his *'0. K," the signature of Capt. I. M. Howell, secretary of state, and the heading •'Selected as the Official Hong of the State of Washington." It is unlikely that the song can be printed in quantities before the ad journment of the legislature, as the state printing office is blocked with work on the multitude of bills at present. Highway Commissioner Reports H. L. Bowl...

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. — 26 January 1911

Big Closing Out Sale Continues and will continue until we are out of business. Our price reductions show that we are in earnest in this matter. Since the beginning of this sale our store has been thronged with eager buyers who are taKing advantage of our great offer ings. We list the following. I=2 off on all Ladies,' Misses' and Child rens' Cloaks * ; l r! « r Cloaks, sale price $15.00 $25.0 ) Cloaks, sale price $12.50 2ij i Cioaks, sale price $10.00 SI i. s -> ' Cloaks, sale price $ 9.00 t;l§. h Cloaks, sale price $7.50 SI 2.o'# Cloaks, sale price $ 6.00 S10JI) Cloaks, sale price $5.00 $ 8.00 Cloaks, sale price $ 4.00 S &09 Cloaks, sale price $ 3.00 $ 4.0U Cloaks, sale price $ 2.00 25 per cent, off on all Trunks and Suit Cases S 2.09 now • S 1.50 S 3.00 now S 2.25 S 4.00 now S 3.00 $ 6.00 now $ 4.50 S 6.00 now $ 6.00 SI 0.00 now $ 7.50 $12.00 now $ 9.00 $15.00 now $11.25 Remember the Goods are Marked in Plain Figures and you can figure the advertised reductions for yourselv...

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. — 2 February 1911

VOLUME X COUNTY DIVISION BILL PASSES SECOND READING Pend Oreille County Bill Stirs House to Debate on Small County Representation. Reports Now Indicate a Fair Prospect for Passage Olympia, Wash., Feb. *2.—(Special Newport Miner) —Bill passed second reading this afternoon; rather stormy session and two hoars' discussion on the question of county representation. Big counties in sist on doing it f:>r the *mall counties. Small counties hang together and have majority. If they stick we can pull through. We are all working hard to keep the lines intact. Do not know yet when the bill will come up for final passage. Fred L. Wolf. After three weeks of bard work by the Stevens county delegation on the couoty division bill, the house committee reported unanimously f->r its passage on the 28th, no protests being entered. The bill was on the bouse calendar for Tuesdav. but was not reached until today. The above telegram, received as we go to press, shows that the chances are favorable 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. — 2 February 1911

T. J. KELLY'S BARGAINS One sack flour On© barrel flour One sack cane sugar 6 -25 One Back beet sugar 100 pounds potatoes 1»50 12 pounds potatoes 25 1 pound Mocha & Java coffee 35 1 pound best package coffee 25 1 pound bulk coffee 20 4 pounds bulk coffee 1-00 1 pounds At buckles coffee 25 6 pounds green coffee 1.00 1 pound Japan tea 45 1 pound Gunpowder tea .50 1 pound E. B. tea (Gaits) 50 1 bottle ammonia 10 4 bottles ammonia 25 One bottle bluing 10 Four bottles bluing 25 One box bluing 05 One pound Crescent baking powder . .25 Three pounds Crescent baking pwd.. .70 Five pounds Crescent baking pwd... 1.00 One pound Prices (16oz) B. powder.. .50 25 ounces K. C. baking powder 25 50 ounces K. C. baking powder 50 80 ounces K. C. baking powder 80 Two cans cream tartar 25 Two ounces lemon extract 25 Two ounces vanilla extract 25 One quart vanilla extract 1.75 One quart lemon extract 1.75 One package hops 10 One package sage One bottle sewing machine oil 10 One pound cheese 20 Two poun...

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. — 2 February 1911

NEWS FROM THE NATIONAL CAPITAL ■x What Our Lawmakers Are Do* ing and Other Interesting Events. Washington.—Within less than ten months after the initiation by Presi dent Taft of negotiations with the Canadian Government, there was laid simultaneously before the American Congress and the Canadian Parlia ment a reciprocity arrangement, which, if approved, will do much, in the opinion of the negotiators, to enlarge trade between the two coun tries. Mr. Taft holds that a commercial agreement with Canada, "by which we shall have direct access to her great supply of natural products without an obstructing or prohibitory tariff is not a violation of the pro tective principle, as has been author itatively announced by those who up hold it, because that principle does not call for a tariff between this country and one whose conditions as to productions, population and wages is so like ours, and when our com mon boundary line of 3000 miles in itself must make a radical distinction between our...

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. — 2 February 1911

Mother Leaves Children After waiting from early yesterday afternoon until 11 o'clock last nigbt at a confectionery fibre ®t E2028 Boone avenue for liiaV mother to return, 10- year-old Elmer Anderson went to the police etation last night, where he was given lodging. The boy told the officers that hie mother's name is Lucinda Anderson.but could not give his home address further than that it was on Napa street. He said his mother told him she was going down town to do some sewing and that if she did not get back by 9 o'clock that she would not return until morning. The boy said he has a 2-months-old sis ter, whom his mother left with neigh bors. The mother and two children came here about a month ago from New port.—Spokane Review. Chronicle on Coonty Division An editorial in the Chronicle has this to say of the division of Btevens county: "People residing in the territory from which it is proposed to create a new county of Pend Oreille are advancing Home strong reasons why they should ...

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. — 2 February 1911

When in doubt do your business with the Security State Bank Of Newport, Washington "THE PEOPLES' BA/fK." 4°|o Interest Paid On Time Deposits Agents for 25 of the largest fire insurance companies in the world. Owned and Controlled by Local Capital Che Viewport Winer Thursday, February 2. 1911. FRED L. WOLF. Editor and Publisher. Entered in the postofflce at Newport. Wash, ugton as second class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE *1.50 EACH YEAR JUST AMONG OURSELVES Dr. Wallace and Wm. Schmidt were business visitors in Spokane Monday. Prices cut in half at the Paris store. Get in line for bargains. Chas. E. Bchmidt, of Spirit Lake, ac companied by his mother, visited friends here Sunday. The Citizen's Electric Co. have moved into the Sutherland building next to Phone office. Phone 7. Men's $3.50 wool underwear for $2.50 and men's heavy fleece-lined cotton un derwear for 75c, at Kelly's. One Fairbanks-Morse special electric, 3-horee power gasoline engine for sale. A 1 condition. Newport Te...

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. — 2 February 1911

STATE LAWMAKERS' WORK AS REVIEWED Local Option Question JJefore Senate; State Institutions May Be Investigated. Olympia.—Perhaps the most Im portant event of the third week's ses sion of the legislature was the injec tion of the local option question into the Senate proceedings. The liquor question was brought squarely before that body in the shape of a bill pro viding for amendment of the present local option law. The bill bore the signatures of 22 senators who con stituted a majority of the upper House. The fact that 22 senators are pledged to its passage makes it prac tically certain that it will go through the Senate. The bill exempts cities of the first class from the county unit. It provides, however, that a county or a city which didn't vote on the local option last November may have a special election before Novem ber, 1912, the first chance given under the old local option law. To obtain the special election a pe tition must be placed with the names of 30 per cent of the 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. — 2 February 1911

Need of Wider Use of Range Washington, Jan. 31 —-Reports based on detailed field examina tion* made by National Forest offi cers, of the lands, burned over in the forest fires of last summer in Washington and Oregon, which have been received by the U. S. de partment of agriculture, show that the National Forest timber loss in these states is about 700,000,000 feet. Thiß is somewhat less than was indicated by the provisional estimates made shortly after the fires. The reports also show the importance, as a means of protect ing the forests against fires, of the efforts which are being made by the department to open new range to stockmen. Of the National Forests in Wash ington and Oregon, that on which the fires extended over the greatest area was the Colville, with 160,000 acres burned. The fires in thii forest, however, were chiefly surface, which are far less destructive than tires which travel through the crowns of the trees. It is consid ered by the forest officers that the tires ...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
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