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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 11 January 1912

WAS KILLED BY FALLING TREE V. Sherman Meets Death While Gutting Wood. Funeral Wednesday Afternoon. Struck by a falling tree Villisca Sher man was instantly killed Monday after noon while engaged in cutting cordwood about a mile east of town. Mr. Sherman and J as. Cleland were working together and had cut a tree about a foot in diameter which started to fall but caught in the limbs of an adjoining tree. Mr. Sherman evidently thinking the tree would not fall en deavored to pick up his saw, which lay in the path of the tree, when the limbs that held the tree broke and it fell striking him and crushing his sknll. Deceased was born in Tioge county Pennsylvania, July 15th, 1853. His family left Pennsylvania when he was four years old and removed to Illinois where they resided twenty years. He then spent a few years in Minnesota and later moved to Kansas where he was married in 1879 to Martha Knight. In 1888 they came to the Northwest lo cating in Oregon where they resided thirteen years a...

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. — 11 January 1912

A Good Bank in a Good Town are bigger, better and stronger than ever. During the years of our existence our aim has been to extend to our patrons the best possible service. Our growth is evidence that the banking institution which shows the greatest safeguard around its business in order to protect its deposit ors. merits the confidence of the public. If you are not a customer of this bank, let this be your invitation to become one, our relations will be mutually profitable. Come in and grow with us. We will appreciate your help and will hold our selves in readiness to help you in return Security State Bank <Xbe Newport Uttiner Thursday, January 11, 1912 FRED L. WOLF, Editor and Publisher. Entered in the postofflce at Newport. Wash, aßton as second class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE $1.50 IfiACH YEAR OFFICIAL PAPER PEND OREILLE CO. JUST AMONG OURSELVES Sterling thimbles, 35c to 50c at Ben son's. Rick wood for sale. Draying. Phone 128. W. F. Knight. Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Parks spe...

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. — 11 January 1912

SPAIN'S NATIONAL ANTHEM. "La Marcha Realle" Was Composed by Frederick the Great. Frederick the Great was the com poser of the Spanish national anthem. Frederick's ambitions were varied. He performed on the flute. lie desired to be thought a poet. He quoted Latin, but his quotations would have made Cicero stare and gasp. During that remarkable friendship which existed between him and Voltaire the author of the "Henriade" exclaimed with de rision, "See the dirty linen I have to wash." holding up Frederick's manu script, which had been sent him to re vise. In the field the great warrior carried about his own poems in his pocket and a bottle of poison, so that he should not be taken'alive. Menzel's picture depicts the king with his flute, and Bach dedicated to him one of his compositions. The story of the composition of the Spanish national anthem is full of in terest. A little while after the conclu sion of the Seven Years' war Frederick at a court reception to the surprise of every on...

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. — 11 January 1912

HINTS FOR THE BUSY HOUSEWIFE Kitchen Table Equipped With Utensil Cabinet. A kitchen table that answers many purposes has been designed by an In diana woman. The top has two hing ed flaps, like most kitchen tables; but, while one folds down in front, the oth er folds up into a vertical position and forms a back, on which a mirror hangs. Of course when more room is needed both flaps can be fastened in a horizontal position. Then, instead of having an open space beneath, this ta ble has a cabinet built beneath it with drawers at both ends. There are drawers for all the various utensils, except large pots and pans, that the cook needs, and these things are always within reach so that she need not leave the table and go to the cupboard for a spoon or the salt. There are also slides just below the top at both ends, like the sliding boards in a desk, and these are handy to cut bread or cake on. Susskraut. Take a good sized head of cabbage, cut it in about six or eight pieces and wash. Have...

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. — 11 January 1912

Greatest Bargains Ever Offered the People of Newport at the Great All Men's and Boy's Suits Less than 1-2 Price AS! Merchandise at Wholesale Cost and Less Rubbers Go!d Seal and Star $3.75 Values, now.. $2.55 3.50 Values, now. .. 2.70 3.25 Values, now. .. 2.55 3.00 Values, now. . . 2.30 2.65 Valuer, now... 1.90 Misses Overshoes Worth up to $1.50 now 69c Work Gloves $2.00 II uckskins.... $1.20 ' 1.50 Buckskins 95 1.25 Buckskins 70 jj Shoes! ODD PAIRS i-i Price Commissioners' Proceedings Newport Jan. 2.—The Board of County Com missioners met in regular session. All ihem bers present. Tlit application of J R. Brott for ferrv li cense to run ferry across the Iml Oreille river at L'sk was presented in person. Licence was granted and auditor ordered to issue same. The following bills were allowed: Shaw & Hoi den Co, courthouse and offi cials' supplies $15 2 65 Pioneer Binding & Printing Co, judg ment roll clerk's office 4 00 Fred L Wolf,printing for county cifiiciais 2;i 2.'. Fred ...

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. — 18 January 1912

VOLUME XI ABSTRACT OF THE TAX BOILS Amounts to Be Raised in Pend Oreille County. Total Foots Up Near $200,000 County Assessor E. D. Purchase has completed the work of extending the tax rolls, and the books are now in the hands of Treasurer Reid for the collec tion of taxes. Taxes are due and can be paid beginning Feb. 5, and personal property taxes become delinquent and subject to collection by distraint on March 6. Following is an abstract of the tax rolls of the county, which will be of in terest to our readers: The total number of acres of land assessed is 397,747.93 and the valuation of same is placed at $1,869,950. The value of town lots is placed at $363,091. The value of the real property of the railroads is $1,547,113, making a total realty valuation of $3,770,154. The value of all personal property is $1,032,549, of which $165,694 belongs to the railroads. The total assessed valuation of the county is $4,802,703. The following shows for what pur poses taxes are raised, the ...

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. — 18 January 1912

SCHOONER mm GOES THROUGH JETTY Hurrying Vessel H ts Columbia River Jetty, Tearing Large Opening in it. Astoria. —Crashing with terrible force through the new Columbia river Jetty in a strong southwest gale and in weather so thick it was impossible to see two feet ahead, the American four-masted schooner Admiral, with all sails set, met its fate at the mouth of the Columbia. The crew of seven sailors and the captain and his wife and child were rescued by Captain Wicklund of the Point Adams life saving station. The Admiral was in command of Captain Joseph Bender, and was 43 days out from Valparaiso, Chile, in ballast for lumber loading at Grays Harbor. The Admiral, after tearing asunder 50 yards of the jetty, passed on to the northward towards Peacock Spit, and, after a vigorous but futile at tempt by the Port of Portland tug Wallula to tow the helpless schooner to safety inside the bar, capsized in the giant breakers and was left to her fate. The hull of the wrecked schooner Admiral ...

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. — 18 January 1912

11151 J! Hi ™ .SsTwkt ||9 mWSB £&Flm My IBii {St gr HMM m MH mHh Ml ■■ Ha. #*3 «$& BRS IBS a ■ yii &9wl Hi m HI Mm Wm ■HH E ran ig-l §§£; Hh sh w «M m H aft |B H mWv MM H Mi mar VV KM 6M » gpS |p-3 gg ggj M iRL Bfffllf fIH H M M BBF Ma Bf Mi ■■ w M| VJW vfc gg p The C. A. Sherman & Co., of Newport, Wash., plans to soon discontinue the Men's Wear end of the busi= ness and as a result, Mr. Sherman is going to begin on next Monday, a most remarkable cut-price sale of not only all Men's Goods, but Dry Goods and Women's and Children's ready-made garments as well. A POINT WE WISH TO HAVE YOU BEAR IN MIND IS THAT IN NO INSTANCE HAS THE REGULAR PRICE BEEN MARKED UP Sale Begins on Monday, January 22,1912 and Continues for 30 Days Practically Everything in the Store is Reduced form the Regular Price Men's Clothing Overcoats and Cravenettes $10 00 Cravenette Overcoats at $ 6.50 $15, $16, $18 and $20 Overcoats $10.00 Young Men's Suits. Regular $12.00 Suits for young men $7.00 Re...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 18 January 1912

Installation of Officers ORDER OF THE EASTERN STAR. Worthy Matron —Mrs. Lois Craig. Worthy Patron—C. A. Martin. Associate Matron—Mrs. Ethel Crab tree. Secretary—Mrs. Grace Rogers. Conductress —Mrs. Olive Johnson. Associate Conductress—Mrs. Laura Mclnnis. Chaplain—Mrs. Clara Jaynes. Marshal—Mrs. Harriet Talmadge. Warder —Mrs. Jessie Fiedler. Sentinel—C. F. Bell. Adah—Mrs. Lenna Martin. Ruth—Mrs. Viola Phillips. Esther —Mrs. Maud Wolf. Martha—Mrs. Mary Reid. Electa—Mrs. Esther Rogers. WOODBINE REBEKAH LODGE, NO. 158.1 N. G.— Bertha Langille. V. G.— Lee Smith, R. S.—Jessie Martin. Treasurer —Nettie Craeger. Chaplain—Henrietta Jaynes. R. S. N. G. —Clara Pike. L. S. N. G. — Clara Jaynes. R. S. N. G.—Mollie Allen. L. S. V. G,—Bertha Gregory. I. G. —Mabel Lutz. 0. G. —George Kreiger. Pianist—Elaine Cook. Captain Drill Team—George Suther land. NEWPORT LODGE, NO. 180, I. O. O. F. J. C. Harding, Noble Grand. K. McKenzie, Vice Grand. Geo. A. Krieger, Secretary. A. L. Jaynes, Treasurer. A. B. S...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 18 January 1912

A Good Bank in a Good Town We are bigger, better and stronger than ever. During the years of our existence our aim has been to extend to our patrons the best possible service. Our growth is evidence that the banking institution which shows the greatest safeguard around its business in order to protect its deposit ors. merits the confidence of the public. If you are not a customer of this bank, let this be your invitation to become one, our relations will be mutually profiitable. *i[Come in and grow with us. We will appreciate your help and will hold our selves in readiness to help you in return Security State Bank dbe HFlewport Winer Thursday, January 18, 1912. FRED L. WOLF, Editor and Publisher. ttntered in the postoffice at Newport. Wash. igton as second class mail matter, SUBSCRIPTION PRICE 51.50 EACH YEAR OFFICIAL PAPER PEND OREILLE CO. JUST AMONG OURSELVES Jas. A. Neaville, of Madison, Idado, transacted business nere Wednesday. Rick wood for sale. Draying. Phone 128. W. F. Knig...

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. — 18 January 1912

WASHINGTON STATE NEWS OF INTEREST Impolant Happenings of the Week From Towns in Our State. Hazzard Murder Trial Is On. Port Orchard—This town will be frowded beyond its hotel capacity the next few weeks during the trial of Dr. Linda Burfield Hazzard, the Seattle starvation specialist, accused of mur der. The trial began Monday. Ninety witnesses have been sum moned. Dr. Hazzard is charged with murdering by starvation Miss Claire Williamson, wealthy English spinster. The prosecution i 3 aided by the Brit ish government, of which Miss Will iamson was a subject. Poultry Industry of Yakima Growing. North Yakima—The growth of the poultry industry in North Yakima and the preference for fancy stock is shown at the annual chicken show held this week in the Masonic temple at which 90 exhibitors were represent ed. From four years ago, when there were but 20 fanciers showing their birds, the number has increased to almost 100. The association has 50 members, and practically all the var ieties, ...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 18 January 1912

Or suffer the consequences. Our creditors are merciless. Demand their money, and its up to us to get it for them. Our complete $20,000.00 Stock of Men's and Boys' Furnishings, Clothing and Shoes thrown to your kind mercy. Just think what this means to us. Our Beautiful Store Room that we pride so highly for its magnificence will be, for 30 days, thrown into a Rousing Rip Roaring, Money Raising Sales Room with but one object in view; to Raise $8,000 in 30 days. Unimaginable prices will prevaid during this 30 days of Price Slaughtering. Cost of goods will not be considered, as we are desperate. We must get this money and we are going to get it and you are going to help us, in fact we are going to help each other. We are going to make it possible for you to purchase Dependable, Seasonable Merchandise at almost give away prices and you are at the same time going to help us raise $8,000.00. For want of room in this add we cannot go into price quoting at this particular time, but we want ...

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. — 18 January 1912

The Big Closing-Out Sale Is NOT OVER! Watch our windows for the Biggest Bargains ever Offered the Public! Store Fixtures lor Sale. Make me an Offer. Rubbers Gold Seal and Star $3.75 Values, now.. $2.95 3.50 Values, now. .. 2.70 3.25 Values, now. .. 2.55 3.00 Values, now. .. 2.30 2.65 Values, now... 1.90 Misses Overshoes Worth up to $1.50 now 69c Work Gloves $2.00 Buckskins.... $1.20 1.50 Buckskins 95 1.25 Buckskins 70 Shoes! ODD PAIRS 1-2 Price Papers Recorded in Countv Offices Reported by the Pend Oreille County Abstract Co., of Newport, Wash. Agreement to Deed—Hilda von Zweyberg to Wm Fagerstrom, $800, e£ nw£, 14-31-45. Mining Locations and Amended. Lo cations—H L Schallenberg to Public- Hope Fraction, Mascot Placer, Hope Lode, Mascot Lode, Mammoth Lode Oliff Lode claims in Metaline district. John Z Bettancourt to Public, Gray Eagle and Iron Trunk claims in Meta line district. U S to Uriah Crandall, lots 9 and 10, 6-33-44. U S to Clinton M Berry, lot 2. s£ ne£ and nw£ sej, 2-32-44...

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. — 25 January 1912

VOLUME XI BOLD BURGLARS GET 8001* Bell & Turnbull Store Victim of Burglary. Trailed to the Railroad Tracks About 5 o'clock last Friday morning Night Marshal Straight discovered that the Bell & Turnbull hardware store, in the Reid building, had been entered and burglarized. It was found that entrance had been effected by breaking a window in the rear of the building. Arrangements were at once started for securing the Carrabin bloodhounds from Hillyard for the purpose of track ing the burglars. A subscription list was circulated among the business men to defray the $50 necessarY to secure the bloodhounds, and they arrived on Great Northern train No. 2 at 9:36. The hounds readily picked up the scent and traced it as far as the Great Northern depot, where it was lost on the main line track. They were taken over the trail the second time and fol lowed it closely to the same point, and it was concluded that the burglars had made their get-away on a freight train. Sheriff Gardiner ...

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. — 25 January 1912

WASHINGTON STATE NEWS OF INTEREST Important Happenings of the Week From Towns in Our State. Stand In Line and Get Nothing. North Yakima— Forty-six people who have been standing in line here since Christmas before the door of the United States land office awaiting the restoration to public entry of half a hundred homesteads of 40 acres each under the government Tieton reclamation project here learned that it is the intention of the department of the interior to open the land under some lottery system by which all citi zens of the United States will have equal chances of winning. There were many women in the line. Eager Candidates Betoken Hot Race. Olyrapia. — Although it is eight months in advance of the primaries for the general election, the political campaign in Washington may be said to have fairly opened, and from now on candidates for the various offices will be as busy as the proverbial bee. Never in the history of the state has a campaign opened so actively at so early a date...

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. — 25 January 1912

A BARRIER TO HAPPINESS By LUCILE BARKER There lived in the city of Philadel phia a widower and his son who were always seen together. The father was a little over forty, the sou about twen ty-one. The two always dressed alike, talked alike, acted alike and had the same opinions on subjects. Those who knew them intimately spoke of them as Dombey & Son, though their name was Hardwick. All went well between the two till the question of the son's marriage came up. Jimmie Ilardwick fell in love with a girl who had no means whatever and if he married her had not sufficient fortune to keep up his position in the ultra fashionable gold en circle to which he possessed a birth right. In vain his father held up to him the fact that if he made the in tended match the relations that had existed between them must cease, the older man continuing in the same so cial scale, the son dropping out. Emily Sherbourne was a very sensi ble, practical young woman. She had no ambition to hobnob with mult...

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. — 25 January 1912

Papers Recorded in Countv Offices Reported by the Pend Oreille County Abstract Co., of Newport, Wash. Warranty Deed—BerthaJL Pease to Roy H Keller, $1. nei, 2-32-43; se£ se£ and part of sw£ sej, 35-33-43. Dedication and Plat—M A Phelps et ux to the Public, part of lots 2 and 3 in 30 and part of lots 10 and 11 in 19-33-44, to be known as Calispel add to Cusick. Proof of Labor —A H Kroll to Public, Diamond R, Bella May Fraction and Fraction No. 3in Metaline mining dis trict. John Z Bettancourt to Public, Grand view, Hercules, Oakland and Blue Grouse claims in Metaline mining dis trict. | |Patent—U Sto Stanley M Kelley,sei, 8-31-44. Deeds-F A Purchase to W ABarner, $1000, nj neh 18-32-44, except timber. Uriah Crandall to F H McLeish, $10, lots 9 and 10 in 6-33-44. Proof of Labor—John Z Bettancourt to Public, Alaska-Yukon placer and Mark Tapley placer in Metaline mining district. Deeds—Oscar E Stangland to Chas A Stangland, $1, part of se£ sej, 7-30-45. F A Blackwell et ux to Inland Por...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 25 January 1912

A Good Bank in a Good Town are bigger, better and stronger than ever. During the years of our existence our aim has been to extend to our patrons the best possible service. Our growth is evidence that the banking institution which shows the greatest safeguard around its business in order to protect its deposit ors. merits the confidence of the.public. If you are not a customer of this bank, let this be your invitation to become one, our relations will be mutually profiitable. •([Come in and grow with us. We will appreciate„your help and will hold our selves in readiness to help you in return Security State Bank dbe IRcwport U¥liner Thursday, January 25. 1912. FRED L WOLF. Editor and Publisher - i erert in the uostoffice at Newport. Wash. i«rt.»ri Hsseconfi class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE 51.50 BACH YEAR OFFICIAL PAPER PEN!) OREILLE CO. JUST AMONG OURSELVES Why not try the Rexall Store for your school supplies and stationery. Rick wood for sale. Draying. Phone 128. W. F. Knight...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 25 January 1912

His Avenger Later Events Showed a Mistake By CLARISSA MACKIE The men of the Lone Bull ranch had finished supper and were gathered about the long table over newspapers and cards. Most of them were smok ing, and the air was blue with the ex halations from pipes and cigarettes. The Chinese cook flapped into the room noisily. He addressed the com pany impartially in a high, complain ing voice: "Him, Hally Bally, no come eat chow; him sabe I keep chow velly hot till him come aloundl" Harry Barry's seven comrades fixed piercing eyes on the cook. Gabriel spoke, smothering a yawn with one lean hand before he did so. "I guess he sabe you'll keep his sup per hot for him, Lee. If you don't"— he paused significantly, and the wrath ful Chinaman found seven blue muz zled revolvers focused upon different parts of his anatomy. "Understand?" snapped Gabriel. Lee's straw slippers flapped restless ly on the bare floor. His frightened, beady eyes roved from one to another of the stern faces. He nodded ...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 25 January 1912

I'LWS FROM ODS NATIONAL CAPITAL Presidential Politics at Pres ent is Sole Topic of I at Washington. Washington, D. C.—Presidential politics and very little else holds the -enter of the stage these days. The c untry may be under the impression thit congress is here to enact wise tor the benefit of the peo- P* , but the facts are that congress is here to elect the next president. This crops out in every conversa tion where # half a dozen people con giegate, or, to be more explicit, where even two people get beyond the mat ter of passing the time of day and ex changing inquiries concerning health, a discussion of presidential politics is sure to follow. Senators, representa tives, visitors, newspaper men, office holders and all others are deeply con cerned in the campaign of IL>l2. It must be that the people everywhere are much interested or there would not be so much talk in the capital. Purchase of Telegraph Lines Proposed Representative Cary, of Wisconsin, has introduced a bill p...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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