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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 15 February 1912

Papers Recorded in Countv Offices Reported by the Pend Oreille County Abstract Co., of Newport, Wash. Prosf of Labor—Joseph Raymond to Public, Polock claim, Metaline district. Complaint—First State Bank of Deer Park vs W E Allen and B F Seeley, for judgment of $312.63, atty fees and costs on note. Patent—U S to Wm H Sexton, si nw£ and swj nej, 32-35-43. Register's Receipt —U Sto Levi Cun ningham, lots 3, 4, 5 and 7 and sw£ swj, 4-32-45. Deeds—L E Phillips to E C Frese, $1, ni of 29-32-43. E C Frese to H P Buffler, $1, e£nw*, 29-32-33. I L"E Phillips to Wm G Ripley, $10, si of 29-32-43. Patent-U S to Uriah Wooding, lot 1, 30-37-43. Deeds^—Frank Winchester to D E Rice, $6000, si nei, ni sej exc pt in 1- 33-43. Frank Winchester to D E Rice, $1, 2i acres in ei nw£, 1-33-43. John Z Bettancourt to Joseph J Bet ancourt, $1, 1-10 int in Blue Grouse mining claim, Metaline district. Lease—Geo O Brackett to J N Scott, life lease, wj nei, 33-32.44. Decrees of Divorce —Edwin L Ever ett from Leno...

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. — 15 February 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 cusitomer 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 Zhc "fßewport ffliner Thursday, Febriary 15, 1912. FRED L. WOLF, Editor and Publisher. Entered in the postoffice at Newport, Wash, xgton as second class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE 11.50 BACH YEAR OFFICIAL PAPER PEND OREILLE CO. JUST AMONG OURSELVES Rick wood for sale. Draying. Phone 128. W. F. Knight. Manicure Sets priced for after holi day sellsng at P. O. Store. After...

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. — 15 February 1912

NEWS FROM OUR NATIONAL CAPITAL New Civil Serv.ce Order Pro tects "Least Right of Humblest Man." Washington, D. C. —An amendment of the civil service rules relating to removals which assures persons in the government service that "no dis crimination shall be exercised for po litical or religious reasons," and which makes other important changes, has been promulgated by President Taft. The amended rule against discrimi nation in the civil service for political or religious reasons "will result in giving absolute security within legal limits to government employes, safe guarding them against removal lor caprice," says a statement issued by the civil service commission. "In making this," it adds, "the pres ident has published an emancipation proclamation for the benefit of the government employes, and has evi denced his high regard for the least right of the humblest man and for the right observance of the law." Bryan to be First "Money" Witness William J. Bryan will be the first witnes...

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. — 15 February 1912

Every Country on Earth to Be Represented at the Great est World's Fair In History. Eighty Million Dollars to Be Expended on National Cele bration. WITHIN a few weeks' time thousands of men and teams will be engaged in leveling off the grounds of the Pana ma-Pacific International exposition site In San Francisco, and it is estimated that within six mont hs 10,000 men will be employed in the construction of the material part of the great exposition at which the United States of America will celebrate the opening of the Pana ma canal. Responses to invitations to participate and offers of co-operation from every part of the world are flood ing the exposition management, and President C. C. Moore and his thirty directors, who represent every impor tant interest on the coast and $1,000,- 000,000 in invested capital, are working night and day to keep up with the avalanche of duties that pour in upon them. Responses of foreign countries sur pass all anticipations of the exposition managemen...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 15 February 1912

Commissioners' Proceedings Newport Feb. 6.—'The Board of County Com missioners met pursuant to adjournment. All members present. The matter of ferries across the Pend Oreille river was taken up and discussed at. length. Bids were opened at 1 o'clock The following bids were submitted: Bell & Turnbull Hdw. Co-, Newport, Wash., for rope, turn buckler, carriers and clamps, t. O b.. lone, as per specifications: $490 20 So* 2 520 38 S ..494 75 no.' «0 2 5 Cole Hdw. Co.. lone, Wash., for same as above, f.. o. b lone, Wash., $381.48. John A. Roebling Sons Co., Spokane,Wash., for same as above, f. o. b lone. W ash., $364. George Brown and C. H. Hintze, lone. Wash., for same as above, f. o. b lone. Wash., $020 Other bids for the above were recieved, but were omitted on account of not complying with the specifications The following bids for terry boat were sub mitted according to plans and specifications: C. H. Hiutze and Geo. Brown .$ 407 00 John O. Langille, Newport • io»o oo A C. Flande...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 22 February 1912

VOLUME XI BUSINESSMEN FOR PROGRESS Get Together In Movement for Schools and Other Public Improvements. As a result of the get-together lunch eons the business men of Newport are being strongly inoculated with the boosting spirit, and the most promising; movement for the improvement of the town that we have ever experienced is well under way. An average of 40 business men are attending these meet ings, and are becoming deeply inter ested in the movement for a Greater Newport. At the luncheon held on Monday at the Northern Hotel, with Fred L. Wolf as chairman, the matter of providing additional school facilities was dis cussed, Prof. King being called upon to explain the needs of our schools, and Messrs. Appel and Stevens, of the school board, giving information as to the financial affairs of the district. It was brought out that the enroll ment of the schools had increased in five years from 150 to 325. That the High School enrollment had grown from 12 to 45 in the same period, and t...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 22 February 1912

Annual Report of County Auditor For the period beginning June 12th, 1911 and ending Dec. 31, 1911. INTRODUCTION Pend Oreille county was created from the eastern portion of Stevens county, and made a county of the nineteenth class, by act of the Legislature of Wash ington, assembled at Olympia at the 1911 session. House Bill No. 123, passed by the House Feb. 10, 1911. Passed by the Senate Feb. 20,1911. Approved by the Governor March 1, 1911. Law effective June 9, 1911. County organized June 12, 1911. Auditor qualified June 14, 1911. Chapter 28 of the Session Laws of 1911, creating the County of Pend Oreille, provides that all real property taxes levied by Stevens County for the territory which is now embraced in the County of Pend Oreille shall be collected by the officers of Stevens County and remitted by Stevens County to Pend Oreille County. Not being in in possession of the 1910 Tax Rolls of Stevens County, I am unable to furnish a statement of that portion of delinquent taxes du...

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. — 22 February 1912

WASHINGTON STATE NEWS OF INTEREST Important Happenings of the Week From Towns in Our State. Fraud Alleged in Sale. Raymond.— Alleging fraud in the Bale of the property arid franchise of the South Bend-Raymond Electric Company to the Twin City Electric Company, which sale was consum mated last week, Frank Nixon, Neal Stupp and Charles H. Mills have brought suit in the Superior Court of Pacific County against the South Bend-Raymond Electric Company, to gether with the Twin City Electric Company, for them to show cause why the sale should not be cancelled. In the complaint it is alleged that the transfer of the one company to the other was to eliminate the min ority stockholders from participation in what they assert will be a remuner ative investment. Recall At Spokane Spokane—Recall of all five city com missioners immediately and amend ments to the city charter permit ting return to the old form of gov ernment in 1913 is proposed by the anti-commission leaders, who are pre paring pet...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 22 February 1912

To Make It Easier to Be Naturalized In order to assist aliens residing in this country in securing at the minimum loss of time and outlay of money the papers which will open to the door to complete rights as citizens of the United States, the division of naturalization, department of commerce and labor, has embodied in its regulations governing naturalization a section containing in structions to clerks of courts regarding section 4of the act of June 29, 1906, which is an act to provide for a uniform rule for the naturalization of aliens throughout the United States. A form is now being prepared by Richard M. Campbell, chief of the di vision of naturalization, for the use of people coming over from Canada, in order to simplify the matter of their getting the certificate and prevent hard ships being imposed on such as have crossed the border. Many of the people come over on horseback, ferry boats, canoes and many on foot and conse quently no record of their arrival is made. This new ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 22 February 1912

A Qood Bank in a Good Town TWe 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 shown the greatest safeguard around its business in order to protect its deposit ors. merits the confidence of the public. It you are not a customer of this bank, let this be your invitation to become on€!, 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 vibe IRcwport fTlfner Thursday, February 22, 1912, FRED L. WOLF. Editor and Publisher. Entered in the postoffice at Newport, Waoh. agton as second class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE $1.50 EACH YEAR OFFICIAL PAPER PEND OREILLE CO. JUST AMONG OURSELVES Those Nacaco chocolates at the P. O. Siore can't be beat. After March 1 the C. A. Sherman store will close promptly at 6:30...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 22 February 1912

ALEXANDER P. MOORE Alexander P. Moore, the Pittsburg newspaper publisher who will wed the famous actress Lillian Russell. Brief News of the Week An initiative measure is to be sub mitted to the voters of California to secure the abolition of the poll tax by an amendment to the state constitu tion. The general managers of all of the prominent eastern railroads are to confer in New York regarding the de mand made by the locomotive engin eers for higher wages. Eleven hundred dollars a year is the smallest income on which a New York man should venture into matri mony, according to the verdict of the Rockefeller Bible class. The Cudahy Packing company has been indicted at Atlanta, Ga., by a fed eral grand jury on 265 counts for mak ing false internal revenue returns on •ales of oleomargarine. The Japanese house of representa tives has passed the budget calling for nearly $300,000,000 revenues, $100,000,- 000 of which is to be expended for 18 new battleships to be completed by 1920. Peopl...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 22 February 1912

Annual Report of County Auditor (Continued from Second Page) Wild Animal Bounty 42 00 Tax Rolls —Equalization 175 80 indigei L t Relief— Expense * 3Q 5Q Dry Goods and Groceries 169.74 Drugs and Medical Attendance 2.50 Nursing • 70 15 Railroad Fare 21.00 Burial 75 00 Contg. Diseases 101.25 Total 470.14 Advertising (Newspaper Publication onlv) $ 305.42 Premium, County Treasurer and other Officials' Bonds 346.00 Insurance—Court House 56.00 Miscellaneous 3.00 Total 710.42 Freight and Drayage $ 190.97 County Stenographer 600.00 Refund (Estray Sales) 28.05 Horticultural Inspector 140.95 Payment of Bridge Claim 364.00 Total 1,323.97 Transcribing Records $ 12,208.93 Exp. Incident to Organization 9,174.75 Total 21,383.68 Adjustment of Debt with Stevens County 69,082.26 Total Current Expense $118,110.00 Game Fund —Expense 23.35 County Institute Fund 180.35 County Road and Bridge Fund — Right of Way and Damages - $ 300.00 Labor and Teams 241.00 Material 352.25 Contracts 320.10 Total - 1,213.35...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 22 February 1912

Our creditors have given us an extension of thirty days. Things are surely going to be doing. Values, Costs and Profits are being thrown to the four winds. There will be more real Bargains given here in the next Thirty days than were ever given before in Newport's whole existence. Men's and Boys' Fur= riishings, Clothing and Shoes Unmercifully Sacrificed. Our one object is to raise money. We are not putting out for your inspection any old or undesireable merchandise, but merchandise that is absolutely perfect and up to the minute in every respect and at the same time making you prices that are uncom= parable. Read prices listed below, compare them with what you have been paying. A chance to purchase a Spring and Summer Outfit at just about half the regular price. Men's and Boys' Hats Hundreds of good shapes. Men's and Boys' Hats in any and all colors. Sizes complete, including the Gordon and several other well known Hata, easily worth from $2.00 up to $5 00. Selling at $1.15 to $3.4...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 29 February 1912

VOLUME XI THINGS DOING IN MINING Metaline Country to be Thoroughly Investigated. Conquest Company Reorganizing. The various holdings of Lewis P. Larsen, of Metaline Falls, in the Meta line mining district, have recently been consolidated, and eastern capitalists have assisted in the organization of what is to be known as the Lead and Zinc Mining Co., of Washington. The new company is capitalized at $1,000,000 and it is understood that Col. Trexler, head of the Inland Portland Cement Co., is back of it, which gives the as surance that there will be no lack of capital for the enterprise. Mr. Larsien states that the company plans to expend a quarter million in de velopment and improvements during tle coming year. A contract for 7000 leet of drill work has been let to the Diamond Drilling Co., of Spokane, and that concern is now getting ready two equipments for drilling. The demonstration of the continuance of the ore bodies at depth means the erection of reduction works, the em ploymen...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 29 February 1912

ROOSEVELT SAYS HE WILL ACCEPT Colonel Answers Governors, and Will be In Fight "Until the Convention." New York. —"I will accept the nom ination for the presidency if it is ten tered me and will adhere to this de rision until the convention has ex pressed its preference," is Colonel Theodore Roosevelt's reply to the letter of seven Republican governors asking him to stand for a nomination. The reply was as follows: "New York, Feb. 25, 1912. —Gentle- men: I deeply appreciate your letter and I realize to the full the heavy re sponsibility it puts upon me, express ing as it does the carefully considered convictions of the men elected by pop ular vote to stand as the heads of gov ernment in their respective states. "I absolutely agree with you that this matter is not one to be decided with any referenco to the personal preferences or interests of a,ny man, but purely from the standpoint of the Interests of the people as a whole. I will accept the nomination for Presi dent if it is tender...

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. — 29 February 1912

17ASHIN6T0N STATE NEWS 9F INTEREST Important Happenings of the Week From Towns in Our State. Lower River Oil Find Causes Stir. Chinook. —Great excitement sprang up in the lower Columbia river dis trict following the remarkable discov ery by C. A. Hawkins, a former coal miner, on his ranch back of Chinook, of an immense body of rock, samples of which, when placed in the stove, burned with a blue gaseous flame. The rock is conglomerate, mainly aqueous limestone, gray of aspect, and shows unmistakable veins of oil in minute threads, the oil evidently be ing forced into a dense rock under very heavy gas pressure. Good Roads Men Named. Tacoma.—S. A. Perkins, president of the Washington State Good Roads Association, has appointed the follow ing committee oil legislation and codi fying: Chairman, Frank W. Guilbert, of Spokane; James McNeeley of Taco ma, Frank Ternance, of Orillia; M. E. Olson, of Yakima; C. B. Kegley, pres ident of the Washington State Grange, and John P. Hartman, of Seatt...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 29 February 1912

Papers Recorded in County Offices Reported by the Pend Oreille County Abstract Co., of Newport, Wash. Patents—U Sto Hairy F Hughes, lots 5 and 6 and wj se£, 4-36-42. U S to Andrew Carlson, ej sw£ and lots 3 and 4, 30-30-45. U S to Katherina A Shipley, lots 3 and 4, 8-30-43. Warranty Deed —Henry A Marshall et ux to EH Tegus, $1, ne£ nwi, 10- 35-43. Complaint —Percy Ellis vs Calispel Summit Mining Co, No. 118, to fore close lien of $105 on Calispel mines. Deed-Wm G Ripley to Clara N Lewis, sei, 29-32-43. WANTED-Two cub bears. Address C. F. Craig, First National Bank. | WANTED—Two cub bears. Address C. F. Craig, First National Bank. Warranty Deed—J Paxson et vir to Sam Chavis, $1, w£ nw£, 29-32-43. Divorce—John Mcßride from Lucile Mcßride. Judgment—ln favor of D B Hall and Jeffers, for $29.50 and costs. Patent—U S to Mathias Berg, nwj nwj and lots 2 and 3 in 12 and lot 1, 11- 35-43. Deed—N P Ry Co to School District No. 157, $25, 1 acre in nei, 15-31-43. When her child is in danger a w...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 29 February 1912

The Pleasure of Living There's a fascination in devising new means of swelling the little hoard until the saver has reach ed the point of independence. The pennies, nickels and dimes that are thoughtlessly dropped here and there for nothings, count fast toward the accomplishment of your pur pose. Try saving. The bank account is the first step toward suc cess and fortune, protects your family in emergency, educates your children, makes you independent, gives you a standing in the community, is a valu able aid in any enterprise undertaken anywhere, by anybody, under any conditions. If you do not have a bank account let, us sug gest that you start one with us immediately. Security State Bank Cbe IRcv;port Winer Thursday, February 29, 1912 FRED L. WOLF. Editor and Publisher. Entered in the postoffiee at Newport, Wash. igton as second cls.ss mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION P RICE t1.50 EACH YEAR OFFICIAL PAPER PEND OREILLE CO. JUST AMONG OURSELVES Wall paper, window glass and pic ture framing ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 29 February 1912

A Hunt For a Will Br JOEL R. WITHERS Hearing that there would be an auc tion sale of furniture in a dwelling house the owner of which had recently died and that among the lot were some rare old pieces, I determined to attend the sale. This was because of a fancy I had for such things and not because I could afford to possess them, for I was poor. I went to the sale to see the articles, not to buy any of them. Among those present was a girl who watched the proceedings with an inter est very different from the rest She attracted me so far that I forgot the rarities in her. It seemed to me that she was waiting and watching for some particular thing to be put up for sale. It came at last A desk per haps a hundred years old made of rosewood and handsomely inlaid was pulled forward, where all could see it, and the bidding commenced. Some one made a beginning by offer ing $20. The girl I have mentioned bid twenty-two. Another bid of twen ty-flve followed. A number of persons seemed to want...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 29 February 1912

JEWS FROM OUR NATIONAL CAPITAL President Not Convinced Gov ernment Could Make Tele grams Cheaper. Washington.—President Taft in formed congress in a message that he • id not approve of Postmaster-General 3 iitehcock's suggestion that the gov ernment buy and operate all telegraph lines as an adjunct of the postal sys tem. Mr. Taft said that if it could be shown that the public would bene fit by receiving service at a less price than is now paid he might think dif ferently of the plan, but that he was not convinced that would be the ef fect. Mr. Taft approved the adoption of a parcels post, recommended by Mr. Hitchcock; said the placing of assist ant postmasters in the civil service should be followed by the placing un der the classified service of postmas ters, and commended the postal sav ings system. Preparations are being made, he said, to establish this system at about 40,000 fourth-class offices. President Taft also approved and forwarded to congress the report of the commission...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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