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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 9 March 1911

Closing Out Sale Will be Discontinued Saturday, March 11th Until that Time the Reductions of One- Quarter and One-Half Off Regular Price Will Continue Our Closing Out Sale which has run the past two months has been the means of saving much money to the people of this vicinity. We are now negotiating a sale of our business and will therefore discontinue our sale on the above date. Take Advantage of the Time Remaining C A. Sherman & <<k Cusick Spring has come and the nice warm weather we are having is tak ing the snow off fast. This has been an exceptionally fine winter for this country. We have had very little cold weather and not as much snow as is common to this valley. It hag just been cold enough to keep the sleighing good and make the roads right for hauling. Everybody is rejoicing over coun ty division and the prospects of self-government so far as county matteis are concerned. P. H. Sullivan, of Locke, was do ing business in Cusick Tuesday and Wednesday of this week....

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. — 23 March 1911

The Newport Miner VOLUME X DISCUSS BUILDING OTY IttlL Matter of Building for That Pur pose Considered. Public Meeting Next Thursday. At the request of members of the council and others, a meeting was held at the Town Hall Monday evening, at which the question of bonding the town {or the purpose of raising funds to erect a new city hall was discussed. S. J. Appleman was called to the chair to preside over the meeting and an in formal discussion was had. Each one of tbe twenty or more citizens present was called upon to present bis views of the matter, and a number of valuable suggestions were made. While a large majority of those pres ent were in favor of bonding the town /or the purpose of building a city hall that would answer the needs cf the town for years to come, and at tbe same time would be a suitable building to tender the new county of Pend Oreille as a tem porary court house, some of those pres ent were not prepared to speak on the matter, as thev had given no thought to 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. — 23 March 1911

T. J. KELLY'S BARGAINS One sack flour. $1.35 One barrel flour 5.25 One-sack eane -sugar.. 5.80 One sack beet sugar 5.60 100 pounds potatoes .■'••• 1*75 12$ pounds potatoes 25 ' 1 pound Mocha & Java coffee..3s 1 pound best package coffee 25 4 pounds bulk coffee 1.00 1 pounds Arbuckles 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 sewing machine...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 23 March 1911

OFFICE-SEEKERS ARE AFTER GOOD JODS Lower House Has Big Civil List With Salaries That Will Tempt Many. Washington.—With the near ap proach of the assembling of the sixty-second Congress the gathering of the officeseekers has given the ho tel lobbies an appearance of old times. While the extension of the civil service in late years has greatly reduced the number of official posi tions to be distributed among the faithful, the new Democratic House will still have at its disposal 500 or more jobs, many of them of excellent salary proportions. The two best positions are those of clerk of the House and sergeant-at arms. They pay $5000 each a year. The doorkeeper's place pays $4500, and is next best on the list, these be ing big jobs, and a few more of the $2000 and $2500 class are filled by party caucus. There are more good positions un der the clerk of the House than in any other branch. The journal clerk draws $4000, the chief clerk $4000, the reading clerk $3600, the second reading cle...

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. — 23 March 1911

Premature Speculation % The lone Record last week undertook to divide the new count? ol Pend Oreille into districts to suit the wishes andgpo litical ambitions of its editor. According to the arrangement suggested by the Record the northern district, tojextend from the Canadian boondary to Cement, would be represented on the board of county commissioners byO.'L Car micbael, of Metaline; the middle dis trict, from Cement to a point two miles south of Locke, by Mr. Logue and- the,remainder of the, territory by Dr. Sutherland, of Newport. The unfairness of this arrangement of districts is easily seen The northern district, as outlined by Mr. Logue, con tains at present but about one township of surveyed territory, the balance bein* as yet un°urveyed or within the confines of the National Forest. However, speculation ae to this matter is at present premature The bill creat ing Pend Oreille county provides that the commissioners snail, at a regular meeting within one year of the time the...

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. — 23 March 1911

When in doubt do yoar business with the Security State Bank Of Newport, Washington "THE PEOPLES' SAW 4% Interest Paid On Time Deposits Agents for 25 of the largest fire insurance companies in the world. Owned and Controlled by Local Capital (Ebc "fftewport UTUner Thursday, March 23, 1911. FRED L. WOLF. Editor and Publisher. Entered in the postoffice at Newport. Wash, dittos as second class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE »1.50 EACH YEAR JUST AMONG OURSELVES John R. Bond, of Cusick, was a busi ness visitor in town Friday. Our ad is good for lean pocket books. Read it. South Side Grecery. A fresh lot of those Nifty Chocolates, both dark and light at the P. O. Store. Guy Adams and wife, who have been guests at the Noble home, have returned to North Dakota. Priest River has been raising the past few days and logs are beginning to come down the stream. U. 8. Reidt and George T. Heslin are preparing to improve the parking strips in front of their Warren avenue prop erties. WANTED—Young .m...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 23 March 1911

— crnwT.TfttTTs FROM OTHER Japanese Log!o. CITIES IN WASHINGTON A teacher of English in Japan re- OyiDOUHTO AT ceutl y gave as au examiliatk> a qu.e?- _ a Wm. ▼ A W W SNAPSHOTS Al_ . Paclflc CoHnty «» turmon ov.r . * «£ O A nri AI M T\ A\/ PCI CBShIEQ Superior Court Judges P ere e proximately correct, there were two m. I I I I W bT ULLLSnI I IE.U cently by the Washington legislature indicated that the students m JL 'AA JL MIJF JL ML .A. *•* • for the district composed of Pacific mus t have been absent either in body - •• • ~ an< i Wahkiakum Counties. or mind on the day when the school * : Luke Lea, New Senator From a war upon lew awning, in the room ventilator had been discussed. a | | - • M/T A <|| Tennessee. buslnes3 di * tTict of ° e *J; rali * r d T 11 J[l JQ /VI OHtil suited in an order by the council di- bus waß a reat ventiiator » WheD /mil i ITlVlltll . recting that all awnings be at-feast offered the teacher reminded seven feet from the ground. hi S c i ass that at...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 23 March 1911

GREAT REDUCTION SALE! That heading gives you, in a few words, the whole story of the best opportunity of the season for buying the kind of clothes you ought to have, at prices so advantageous that it's no wonder hundreds of men in Newport are waiting for this sale, and will quickly take advantage of it. We are over stocked and must convert several thousand dollars worth of stock into cash in the next few weeks. Sale Begins Saturday, March 25 and Holds 10 Days Here's a Piece of Good News for Well Dressed Men Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes are in this sale. We're will ing to sell these goods at only a small part of their regular price, though they are worth as much as ever, because we are glad to give you this bene fit in a return for a quick dis posal of the goods. Every suit for Men or Boys are included in this sale. Come and take a look at the great est reduction ever given in clothing. Reduction Sale on Men's Trousers Trousers that are just as staple as sugar or coffee, good fo...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 23 March 1911

We Can Supply Your Clothing Spring Styles in Hats The Celebrated Jeffer son Shoe in Loggers, Cruisers and Drivers. C. A. Sherman & <*L Everything that Ladies, Gents and Children Wear Inspection Work to Start Soon Deputy Horticultural Inspector J. C. Eakle is receiving notices from the various nurseries ship ping fruit trees into this county that the spring shipments are be ing started, and by the middle of the month Mr. Eakle will have his hands full inspecting the ship ments and guarding against pest. One diseased tree in an orchard will eventually spread its disease to all the trees, hence the necessity of having every tree perfect and free from pest. In the inspection the trees are handled and inspected one at a time, requiring fast work during the two months in which shipments are received. Deputy Bates will be in the county after this week to assist Eakle, and other deputies will be appointed through out the county to look after the in spection, Mr. Eakle and -his deputi...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 30 March 1911

VOLUME X CLASSIFYING FOREST LANDS Supervisor Millar Tells About the Kaniksu Forest Lands. Not Available for Entry Soon. Editor Newport Miner, Newport, Wash. Dear Wolf —I note your article in The Minkb for Thursday, March 16, headed "Classifying Lands in National Forest," and it appeared to me that some mis* apprehension as to the work being per formed on the Kaniksu National Forest might arise from this aitide. In order to provide against anv such contingency I would thank you to publish this letter as soon as practicable. As you state, it is the intention of the Forest Service to make a complete ex amination of all the lands within the Kaniksu National Forest, and classify them as to their agricultural value; that is, those lands which have any possible agricultural value being suited for this use both bv reason of their soil and topography will be examined, mapped and classified, so that this character of land may be separated once for all from those lands within the forest which ...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 30 March 1911

T. J. KELLY'S BARGAINS One sack flour $1.35 One barrel flour 5.25 One sack cane sugar 5.90 One sack beet sugar 5.70 100 pounds potatoes 1*75 124 pounds potatoes 25 1 pound Mocha & Java coffee 35 1 pound best package coffee 25 4 pounds bulk coffee 1.00 1 pounds Arbuckles 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 ounce* 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 sewing machine oil 10 One pound cheese 20 Two pounds ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 30 March 1911

A Sealed Paper It Was to Be Given to a Dying Man's Widow By Evan C. Hunter Copyright by American Press Asso ciation, 1911. Strolling into my bankers in Paris for any mail there might be for me, I was handed a letter from Bernard Carey, dated at Thun. Switzerland Carey and 1 had been chums ever ninct we were five years old. He had tost his health in the Spanish Ameri can war and had gone abroad for its recovery. He had asked me to go with him, but at the time a matter of importance prevented. However. I was worried about him, and as soon as 1 could get away I followed him, for 1 loved him like a brother and wished to do what I could to enable him to pet well. His letter told me that he was at a hotel In the town of Thun, on the lake of that name. The town, he said, was WE ACftEED TO COMPLY. a quaint old place, taking one's fancy back to the middle ages. The Kursaal (or casinoi was but a stone's throw from his hotel: from rhe window of his room he had a view of the lake and the Bernes...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 30 March 1911

STEAMER RUTH DESTROYED W»9 Burned to Waters £dge Wednesday Evening. Boat Cost Over Thirty Thousand. Wednesday evening, about 8:30, the steamer Ruth was discovered to be on fire. The boat wa9 tied up on the south aide of the river, opposite the Fidelity plant. The watchman was absent from the boat at the time, having come to town to get supper, and the fire when discovered was so far advanced that there was no possibility of saving the craft or any of her contents. The fire appeared to have started in the upper works of the vessel. It burned fiercely and presented a grand spectacle, illum inating the milling plant across the river and the hills surrounding the valley; The Ruth was built at Newport in the spring of 1909 and was designed to enter the traffic between Newport and Meta line, it being hoped that the boat would be able to negotiate the famous Box Canyon between lone and Metaline. Business on the lower riyer did not war rant undertaking the perilous passage and she never wen...

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. — 30 March 1911

When in doubt do your business with the Security State Bank Of Newport, Washington "THE VEOVLES' HAfiK!' 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 She "(Newport "flflincr Thursday, March 30. 1911. FRED L. WOLF. Editor and Publisher. Entered in the postofflce at Newport, Wash, arton as second class mall matter. [ON PRICE *1.50 EACH YEAR JUST AMONG OURSELVES A. M. Harris wa9 a business visitor at Sand point Saturday. A fresh lot of those Nifty Chocolates, both dark and light at the P. O. Store. The lone sawmill started work on Monday, the ice having disappeared from the millpond. The Panhandle Lumber Co. has con tracted with John Kennedy & Son for the logging of about 10,000,00Q feet of timber on Skookum creek. Don't forget the Meistersingers' Quar tette, a reallv meritorious occasion and one of the best of the season, at Wimo Theater Friday evening, March 31. The Newport Shoe Repai...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 30 March 1911

The Green Lamp A Story For St. Patrick's Day By Clarissa Mackie Copyright by American Press Asso ciation. 1911. Daniel Delavan sat on the edge of his bed and clicked his heels in mo notonous rhythm. Beside him on the counterpane there curled three one dollar bills. The wavy mirror above the bureau reflected a handsome face_ with worried lines around eyes and lips. At last he sighed heavily. "It's the divil's own luck," he mut tered bitterly, with a contemptuous glance toward the money on the bed. "Tomorrow's the 17th of March and Nellie's birthday, and me with nothing but a measly three bucks for her gift when 1 was planning to get that ring with the tine green stone and ask her— What's the use'/" He humped hi? broad shoulders more disconsolately as he recollected how he had so carefully planned months ago to buy the emerald ring for pretty Nellie Burns, who might be persuaded to wear it in token of their engagement, provided she gave him a favorable answer to the question that trem...

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. — 30 March 1911

ITEMS OF INTEREST FROM OOR STATE Chronicle of Important Events of Interest to Washington Readers. Graft Inquiry Is Made. W*'*a Walla.—To investigate the charges of graft and fraud made by Dean A. W. Hendrick, of Whitman College, against R. H. Johnson, the fort officials and the city, Major Maul den, of Vancouver, Wash., was in the city. Representative Jamieson, of lowa, has asserted that Dean Hen drlek said Robert H. Johnson, of this city, grafted from $10,000 to $15,000 a year on contracts from the fort, and tbat the fort grafted its water supply from the city. Dean Hendrick has since denied making the charges, say ing he was misquoted. Major Maul den would make no statement regard ing the matter. Seattle Will Retrench. Seattle. —That there is to be a gen eral reduction in the cost of operat ing the various departments of the municipality, if such a thing is possi ble, was indicated when the depart ment efficiency committee of the council recommended for adoption a resolution calli...

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. — 30 March 1911

We Can Supply Your Clothing The Celebrated Jeffer son Shoe in Loggers, Cruisers and Drivers. C A. Sherman & <9* Everything: that Ladies, Qents and Children Wear CusicK With the exception of a slight snow and a little rain last week the weather has continued fine. The mud is drying up fast and the farmers are getting ready to put in their crous. The dam at the railroad across the Calis-pel is now nearly com plete. The railroad company is busy completing the till, which is now almost done. Another car of machinery ar rived Wednesday,for the new mill and three cars more are expected daily. v . Ed Bauer, who has heen on the sick list for some time, is greatly improved. ... «. Dr. Ashley was a Newport visitor Tuesday. F. A. Purchase and D. R. Ather ton went to Spokane on business Tuesday. 1). E. Rice returned to his home in Spokane Tuesday, but expects to return to the valley again in a What You Can Get for 25 Cents 10 bars laundry soap $ .25 5 bars Naptha soap 25 3 cans Old Dutch...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 13 April 1911

VOLUME X HOLD FARMERS' College Speakers to Be Heard at Newport. Will Demonstrate Stump Burning. Charles M. Talmadge has been en deavoring to arrange with the authori ties of the Washington State College, at Pullman, for the holding of a Farmers' Institute at Newport and other points in the Pend Oreille valley. While some difficulty has been encountered in secur ing the institute. Mr. Talmadge has now received assurance that the college will be able to furnish talent for institutes to be held the latter part of May or early in June. R. C. Ashby. superintendent of Farmers'lnstitutes and Extension Work tor the college, writes Mr. Talmadge to suggest topics and subjects particularly adapted to the needs of the agriculturists ot this section to be discussed at these institutes. At least three of these meetings should be held within Pend Oreille county, in addition to the one promised for New port. Arrangements should r, e made for holding one in the Calispel vallev and one in the lower r...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 13 April 1911

T. J. KELLY'S BARGAINS One sack flour $1.35 One barrel flour 5.25 Ooe sack cane sugar 5.90 One sack beet sugar 5.70 100 pounds potatoes 1.75 124 pounds potatoes 25 1 pound Mocha & Java coffee 35 1 pound best package coffee 25 4 pounds bulk coffee 1.00 1 pounds Arbuckles coffee 25 6 pounds green coffee 1.00 1 pound Japan tea 45 1 pound Gunpowder tea 60 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 poundp Crescent baking pwd.. .70 Five pounds Crescent baking pwd... 1.00 One pound Prices (16oz) B. powder.. .50 25 ouuces 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 sewing machine oil 10 One pound cheese 20 Two pounds...

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. — 13 April 1911

PA T By CARROL H. PIERCE Copyright by American Press Asso ciation. 1911. I was tramping In Switzerland. 1 set out one morning from Vevay on the road to Geneva. I was walking along enjoying the beautiful prospect about me—Lake Leman and white Al pine peaks In the distance—when ahead of me I saw a figure topped by a conical hat. a greenish coat and knee breeches. Over his shoulder he carried a staff, to an end of which was slung a bandanna handkerchief, evi dently containing the wayfarer's lug gage. "Upon my word," I said to my self, "if there isn't a son of the Emer ald isle tramping along here in Swit zerland." There is a kinship among those who speak the same language tbat comes out when they meet in foreign lands. It was this feeling that induced me to increase my pace till I reached the man. When I did so he turned toward ine a good natured face and on seeing that I was amused at his appearance said Jauntily : "The top of the morning to you, sir." "How are you, Pat?" I replied. "...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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