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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 28 September 1911

Princes at School. Dr. Marks tells some amusing sto ries of the early days of the school in Burma of which he was for so many years the head. Shortly after the school was opened King Thebaw said. "Will you teach some of my sons?" "Certainly," said Dr. Marks. "What ages do you like them at?" Dr. Marks replied, "From twelve to fourteen." The king said, "Bring all my sons be tween twelve and fourteen to me." Nine princes came in. Four came to school the next day, each riding on an elephant and with two gold umbrel las. Each also was escorted by forty soldiers. Afterward the whole nine came, so there were nine princes, nine elephants, eighteen gold umbrellas and 360 soldiers. The elephants stayed outside, but when the princes came Into the schoolroom all the other boys threw themselves flat down on their faces on the ground. It was forbid den for any one to stand or sit in the presence of princes. Dr. Marks found this state of things very inconvenient, and the royal etiquette at school ...

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. — 5 October 1911

VOLUME XI HELD VERY SUCCESSFUL FAIR $500 Was Awarded in Gash and Merchandise Premiums. Complete List of Prize Winners. The second annual Pend Oreille Dis trict Fair closed its doors Friday even ing, after a most successful two-day ex hibition. About $500 was awarded in cash and merchandise premiums, and the number of entries was about five times that of last years' exhibition. Ex hibitors were in attendance from the various districts and the honors were well divided among the various districts, each one haying a very creditable dis play. Prof. C. L. Smith ("Farmer Smith"), of Spokane, and Prof. W J. Brierly, of Pullman, gave interesting and instruc tive talks at Kelly's Hall Thursday evening, a goodly number being in at tendance. The dance at Kelly's Hall Friday night was enjoyed by all present and was a fitting ending for the fair. The success of the fair was due to the faithful work of the members of the committees, and especial credit is due the general committee, consisting of M...

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. — 5 October 1911

T. J. KELLY Beet Sugar 7.00 Cane sugar 7.25 Sack flour 1-35 Barrel flour 5.35 Hams 18 Shoulders -15 Bacon .17^ Side meats .14 10 pure lard 1.30 5 pure lard .65 "JO pounds compound lard 1.10 5 pounds compound lard .55 4 pounds cottolene .60 10 pounds cottolene,. 1.50 16 pounds white beans 1.00 15 pounds pink beans 1.00 12 pounds Lima beans 1.00 1 8 pounds best rice 1.00 14 poufids split peas 1.00 1 can corn .10 1 can tomatoes .10 1 can string beans .10 3 cans milk .25 1 pound Japan tea .45 1 pound E. B tea .50 1 pound good coffee .25 1 pound best coffee .35 1 package matches .20 1 gallon cider ,vinegar .35 50 pounds dairy salt .70 10 pounds rolled oats, mixed .35 10 pounds rolled oats, pure .35 10 pounds corn meal .25 1 large package crackers .20 8 pounds currants 1.00 9 pounds seeded raisins 1.00 1 box new cooking apples 75c>1.00 an d 1.25 4 pounds soda .25 50 lbs fresh prunes 1.00 A number of old and new Sewing Machines for sale. Closing them out cheap. Newport, Wash. ITALY DECL...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 5 October 1911

Application Xo. £110. Notice of Sale of State Lands \otlce is hereby given that on Saturday, ihe ..r 'av of November, 1911, between the ho'ursof V o'clock in the forenoon and four o'clock in • ne afternoon, commencing at 10 o'clock in the •T'eaoon of said dav, in front of tbe main en , ' ace door to tbe county court house in the ' -vof Newport, county of Pend Oreille, state o Washington, either by the county auditor to .■aid county or by a member of the Board of i-ate Land Commissioners of thestateoi Wash ■ netoii the following described state lands, to ' [her'with the improvements situated there in wiil be sold at public auction to the highest bidder therefor, to-wit: Application No. 6110. Ne 1 * of ne l 4of Section 16, Township 30North, Range 15 E- • M. t containing 40 acres, more or ess according to the government survey there uf Appraised at $440.00. <aid lands will be sold subject to the terms, conditions and reservations of Chapter luy of the Session Laws of 1911, relating ...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 5 October 1911

Held Very Successful Fair. (Continued from fiirst page.) Pcirier; second, V. P. Brown. Largest Display Tomatoes —First,Ed w. Miltner; second, V. P. Brown. Division C. Best General Displav Grains and Grasses —First, Silver Birch Farm; sec ond, R. D. Anderson. Best Sheaf Winter Wheat—First, J. LeFever; second, Chas. Carter. Best Sheaf Spring Wheat—First, Wm. Vane; second, Fred Johnston. Best Sheaf Oats—First, O. F. Melder; second, Sam Heptonstall. Best Sheaf Barley—Frank Baker. Best Sheaf Rye—First, Frank Baker; second, J. D. Lloyd. Best Sheaf Timothv—First. Chas.Car te i; second, John LeFever. Best Sheaf Red Clover—First, Silver Birch Farm ; second, Chas. Carter. Best Sheat Alfalfa—First. H. E.Frem ming: second, Silver Birch Farm. Division D. Apples— Best General Display—First, J. C. Finstad; second, Mrs. D. L. Freestone. Plate Display— Jonathan— First, Truscott Raqch sec ond, J. C. Finstad. Wealthy—First, J. C. Finstad; sec ond, F. B. Ruble. Wagener—First, A. Poirier; second, S. W. ...

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. — 5 October 1911

Be Safe It is better to get Four per cent, and Know your money is safe than to in vest in some Oil. Mining or Town- Site Scheme that promises much and usually takes your Principal. $1. OPENS SECURITY STATE BANK {Ibe IRewport HTliner Thursday, October 5, 1911. FRED L. WOLF. Editor and Publisher. Kntered in the postoffice at Newport, Wash, agton as second class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE *1.50 EACH YEAR OFFICIAL PAPER PEND OREILLE CO. JUST AMONG OURSELVES J. A. Noble was a Spokane visitor Monday and Tuesday, Cordwood For Sale. Inquire of The Moeßer Lumber Co. Ladies' winter underwear, 25 per cent off. Choice lot. Paris Store. Second hand sewing machines, $5, $10, $15 and $20, at Kelly's. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Berry, of Priest River, wei'e Newport visitors Friday. Call at the First National Bank and get a free map of Pend Oreille county. H. J. Anderson, of Spokane, was a Newport visitor several days this week. We carry in stock, at all times, a full line of curly fir. F. E. LEHMKUHL. J...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 5 October 1911

An Escape By SUSAN YOUNG PORTER Copyright by American Press Asso ciation, 1911. Our family has occupied the same house in London for several centuries, and the upper stories are crowded with heirlooms and old papers. This continued residence is remarkable, for there has never been a political dis turbance in the kingdom in which at least one of my race did not take part In nosing over an old letter written by one of my quarrelsome ancestors to his mother I found the following story: Heaven keep you, my dear mother, and may the joy of getting this letter and the news contained in it not be too much for you, seeing that your son is out of reach of harm in this pleasant land of France, a land that I shall always love, since its grapes or, rather, the wine made from their juice is at the bottom of my escape. Had it not been for an idea put in my head by the wine I had in the cellar of the Tower 1 would now be without a head, like the duke (of Monmouth) in whose stupid effort to take the...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 5 October 1911

HARRIMAN LINES' SHOPMEN STRIKE Campaign to Enforce Recogni tion of Systems Federation Commences. Chicago.—The threatened strike of the shopmen of the Harriman lines to enforce recognition of the newly or ganized Federation of Shop Workers became a reality. The number of men who quit in the 15 states af lected was estimated at between 20,000 and 30,000 by the union men, although Julius Kruttschnitt, vice president of the Harriman lines, to night said the number was much gmaller. Reports from most of the points in dicated that the men walked out with out demonstrations and no rioting was reported. Traffic was continued with out interruption and the railroad heads say that the shopmen's strike, even if extended, would not interfere with transportation. The strike order called out boiler makers, machinists, car men, black smiths and helpers, clerks, steamfit ters, sheet metal workers, painters and laborers. It involved all the far western lines of the Harriman sys tem, the main lines be...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 5 October 1911

Fall Showing of Ladies' Misses' and Children's CLOAKS Our Fall Showing of Ladies/ Misses and Children's Cloaks is now on display and we would be pleased to have you call and inspect them. "The PALMER Gar- have a styleand individuality all their own that cannot be found in any other store in town, and we are sure that if you once see them you will want no other. C. A. Sherman <9* Commissioners' Proceedings Newport, Wash., Oct. 2 —The board of county commissioners met in regular session, all mem bers present. The bond of Jens Jensen, justice of the peace for Metaline Falls precinct, was presented and approved. Bids for cordwood were opened, there being iut one bid from "the Newport Washington Land Co. for $4 per cord. All bids were re jected. In the matter of the M. A. Turk road,petition is granted, bond approved and survey ordered. petition of M. Lamb, of Cusick,McLaugh lin precinct, as justice of the peace, was pre sented. The petition is granted upon filing and approval of bond ...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 12 October 1911

volume XI SHOOTING AI LOST CREEK Floyd Pennington Shoots and Kills Isaac Brown- Jury Savs "Justifiable Homicide/' Quite a bit of excitement prevailed in j>end Oreille county Sunday, when it was learned that Floyd Pennington, of Lost Creek, had shot and killed a neigh bur, Isaac Brown, in an altercation that took place at the home of Alfred Pen nington. Isaac Brown, who had been working near Sandpoint, Idaho, for some three weeks past, and whose family are living in the Lee Hall house, opposite Lost Creek, returned home Sunday about noon, and shortly after his arrival pro ceeded to make things lively by striking one daughter on the head with a bottle, knocking his wife down by striking her in the left eye with his fist, and, when his 16-year-old son endeavored to stop him from further assaults, drawing a knife and threatening the boy with that. Upon sight of the knife Mrs. Brown and the children ran away, going past Alfred Pennington's house, about 120 feet north of Brown's, and o...

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. — 12 October 1911

KELLY Beet Sugar 7.00 Cane sugar 7.25- Sack flour 1 -3d Barrel flour 5,35 Hams -18 Shoulders -15 Bacon .17^ Side meats .14 10 pure lard • 1.30 5 pure lard .85 10 pounds compound lard 1J 0 5 pounds compound lard .55 4 pounds cottolene ,60 "10 pounds cottolene 1.50 "16 pounds white beans 1.00 15 pounds pink beans 1.09 "12 pounds Lima beans 1.00 18 pounds best rice 1,00 14 pounds split peas 1.80 1 can corn .10 1 can tomatoes .is 1 can string beans .10 3 cans milk .2$ * 1 pound Japan tea .45 1 pound E. B tea .§0 1 pound good coffee .25 1 pound best coffee .35 1 package matches .20 1 gallon cider vinegar .35 50 pounds dair} r salt .70 10 pounds rolled oats, mixed .35 1 0 pounds rolled oats, pure .40 1 0 pounds corn meal .25 1 large package crackers .20 8 pounds currants 1.00 9 pounds seeded raisins 1.00 1 box new cooking apples 75C'1.00 ail( l 1.25 4 pounds soda 25 50 lbs fresh prunes J g A number of old and new Sewing Machines for sale. Closing them out cheap. New Compartment 1 Observat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 12 October 1911

Application No. illO. Notice of Sale of Mate Lands Notice is hereby given that on Saturday, ibe 4th day of November, 1911, between me uou'rsoi 10 o'clock in the iurem.on and lour o'clock m me aiteraoon, commenciLg ai 10 o'clock in the forenoon of said day, in ir.»nt oi the main en trance door to tht? county court bouse in me city of Newport, county of i-'end oreiiie oi V\ ashington, either t>y the county auditor lo said county or by a member oi iile Board oi State Land t omipigsiouer'sof thes.ateoi \\asn ingtoi., the following described state lanus, to gether wrth the improvements situated Uiere on. Will be sold at public auction t-, the hiKnesi bidder inerefor, to-wit: Application No a 110. Ne}4 of neV 4 of Section ltj, Township yoNorth, Range 45 L. \V. M., coutaiuiug 40 acres, m re or less, according to the government survey the.e of, appraised at $440.<H). Said lands will be sold subject lo the terms conditions and reservations oi Chapter luv*»i the Session Laws of 1911, re...

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. — 12 October 1911

A BOOSTER'S GOOD WE We Have a Rich Soil and Favored Climate. Conservative Men See Future. Boost and Newport boo9t& with you, Knock and you knock alone. A good motto and one that is made applicable by the wonderful demonstra tion of what is being done in this sec tion by the exhibits which have recently been shown as the products of our soil, climate and natural moisture. Here we are enjoying prosperity and before we are aware of it people from other sections of the northwest have seen the results of our soils and are tak ing advantage of what thev see being done, and are producing results that are astonishing to us who have been asleep at the switch, and while many are sav ing! things cannot be raised they are dodging pretty lively tc keep out of the way of the fellow who is doing it. Men of unfailing confidence have demon strated on our soils that wealth and plenty can be produced, and many of us have sat back and watched the marvel ous results that have been accomplished becau...

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. — 12 October 1911

4°o Security State Bank First:— Its shareholders are all home people, business men, professional men and farmers. Their interests and yours are mutual The bank's profits remain right here in the community for the up building of our town and conntv. Our Certificates Bear Four Per Gent Interest CEbe tftewport TOliner Thursday, October 12. 1911. FRED L. WOLF. Editor aud Publisher. Uincered in the postoffice at Newport. Wash, agrton as second class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE 51.50 EACH YEAR OFFICIAL PAPER PEND OREILLE CO. JUST AMONG OURSELVES Cordwood For Sale. Inquire of The Moeser Lumber Co. Second hand sewing machines, $5, $ 10 $15 and $20, at Kelly's. . Art Griffin is spending several days with his family at Kalispel, Mont. Call at the First National Bank and get a free map of Pend Oreille county. A. L. Pingel, of Priest River, attended to business matters in town this week. Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Green, of Coeur d'Alene, are Newport visitors this week. We carry in stock, at all ti...

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. — 12 October 1911

WASHINGTON STATE NEWS OF INTEREST Impo *tant Happening! of the Week From Towns in Our State. Pasco to Build New Courthouse. Pasco. —A delegation from the Con nell Commercial Club attended the meeting of the county commissioners to protest against the erection of a new county building in Pasco. The commissioners decided that owing to the fact that Pasco is the largest city in the county, it is the logical place for the new courthouse. The commissioners also adopted plans submitted by Architect C. Lewis Wilson, of Seattle and Chehalis, for the new building, to cost in the neigh borhood of $100,000, which will be be gun before the first of the year. SAND GRAFT IS ALLEGED Spokane City Engineer Applies for Arrest of Inspector. Spokane—City Engineer Morton Macartney, alleging the discovery of a wholesale graft system in connec tion with the purchase by the city ol sand for Monroe street bridge, has applied for warrants for the arrest of R. H. Keller, a city bridge inspector, and "John Doe...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 12 October 1911

Commissioners* Proceedings [Continued From Last Week.} Newport Oct. s.—'The Board of County Com missioners met pursuant to adjournment. All members Dresent. The quarterly report of the county treasurer <wae pead and approved. The matter of the tax levy was taken up, but* ■as the rolls were not completed the board ad journed to meet at 9 a m Oct. 6. Oct 6 —The board met pur uant to adjourn ment. All members present. Bills were allowed as follows: "Yakima Bindery, printing and records. $3 50 "Interstate Tel Co, message ... 85 Wm Miller,board prisoners and expense 91 60 Bancroft-Whitney Co. law ! ooks 145 00 »G DrPotter, labor on cellar way 4 50 »G W Sutherland, regular sesSion 10 00 W F Page, assisting assessor tax r0115... 49 00 <5 Warren Whitham, a&sisting assessor tax rolls 15 00 L L Mathews, regular session 40 40 D R Atherton, regular session 30 80 A Langdon : road work d r £ b 1 5 00 W S Shelton, road work, d rib 1 5 00 W A Clyde, road work, d r A b 1— 2 50 S J Cooper, ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 12 October 1911

Fall Showing of Ladies' Misses' and Children's CLOAKS Our Fall Showing of Ladies/ Misses and Children's Cloaks is now on display and we would be pleased to have you call and inspect them. "The PALMER Gar ments" have a styleand individuality all their own that cannot be found in any other store in town, and we are sure that if you once see them you will want no other. C. A. Sherman & <<k Examination for Assistant Forest Rangers Washington, D. C., Oct. 2.—The Civil Service Commission will hold an exam ination for assistant forest ranger on Oct. 23-24, 1911. The U. S. department of agriculture estimates that 400 eligibles will be needed during the field season of 1912. Assistant forest rangers are paid an entrance salary of $1100 per annum. The examination will be held at Na tional Forest headquarters in Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Florida, Idaho, Kansas, Minnesota, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Mex ico, Oklahoma, Oregon, South Dakota, Utah, Washington a...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 19 October 1911

VOLUME XI KIDNAPPER ARRESTED HERE Newport the Storm Center of Controversy. Oregon Officers Were Victors- Newport has been on the map this week as the storm center of a court mat ter that has attracted widespread atten tion and given us publicity in the daily papers of Washington, Colorado and Oregon. A young man named Leo W. Martin, charged with assault on his wife with intent to commit abortion at Denver, Col., was arrested at Portland. Gov ernor Shafroth, of Colorado, issued requisition papers to W. A. -Rinker, a deputv sheriff at Denver, who went to Oregon and secured from Governor West, of that state, extradition author ity. The prisoner Martin was at that time in the custody of the circuit court of Multnomah county, Oregon, Judge Gatens presiding. On Saturday Martin was to have had a hearing, which, how ever, was postponed until Monday and the prisoner was let out on $200 bonds. Rinker, determined to get the pris oner, grabbed Martin as he was coming out from the courthouse, hu...

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. — 19 October 1911

T.J. KELLY Beet Sugar 7.00 Cane sugar 7.25 Sack flour 1-35 Barrel flour 5.35 Hams 18 Shoulders .15 Bacon .17i Side meats .14 10 pure lard 1.30 5 pure lard .65 "I 0 pounds compound lard 1.10 5 pounds compound lard .55 4 pounds cottolene .60 10 pounds cottolene 1.50 16 pounds white beans 1.00 15 pounds pink beans 1.00 12 pounds Lima beans 1.00 18 pounds best rice 1.00 14 pounds split peas 1.00 1 can corn .10 1 can tomatoes .10 1 can string beans .10 3 cans milk .25 1 pound Japan tea .45 1 pound E. B tea .50 1 pound good coffee-•• .25 1 pound best coffee .35 1 package matches .20 1 gallon cider vinegar .35 50 pounds dairy salt .70 10 pounds rolled oats, mixed .35 10 pounds rolled oats, pure- .40 10 pounds corn meal .25 1 large package crackers ,20 8 pounds currants 1.00 9 pounds seeded raisins 1.00 1 box new cooking apples 75c>1.00 ai] d 1.25 4 pounds soda .25 50 lbs fresh prunes .75 A number Sewing Ma Closing then Newport, Wash. FLAG OF REPUBLIC RAISED IN CHINA Revolutionists Are N...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 19 October 1911

Application No. 8110. Notice of Sale of Mate Lands Notice is hereby given that on Saturday, the 4tb day of November, 1911,betweeu tue noursoi 10 o'clock in the forenoon and lour o'clock in tne aiternoon, commencing at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of said dav, in front of the main en trance door to the county court house in the .city of Newport, county of Pend Oreille, state .oi Washington, either by the county auditor to •said i-ouuty or by a member oi uie Board o; State l.aud Commissioners of the state ol \\ ash iugioii, the fallowing described slate lauds, to getnei with the improvements .situated there .on, wiil be sold at public auction to the highest bidder therefor, to-wit: Application No 8110. NeJ4 of ne(4 of Section 10, Township 30North, Jtniige id E W. M., containing 40 acres, m re or less, according to the government survey the.e of, appraised at $410.0u. Said lands will be sold subject to the terms, conditions and reserva; ions of Chapter IU9 oi the Sessioii of 1911, relati...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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