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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 25 April 1912

r ■ V Apportionment of School Funds Miss Soules, county superintendent of schools, has made the following ap portionment of school moneys to the various districts of the county: Dist. State. County. Total. 1 $1,883 83 $2,583 22 $4,467 05 2 117 56 185 43 302 29 3 147 50 216 24 363 74 4 101 81 169 23 271 04 5 607 32 882 83 1,490 15 6 113 06 180 81 293 87 7 84 00 150 91 234 91 9 84 00 150 91 234 91 1 179 80 249 49 429 29 1 84 00 150 91 234 91 1 107 19 174 76 281 95 1 178 33 247 97 426 30 1 114 16 246 40 360 56 1 181 82 316 01 497 83 16 84 00 150 91 234 91 1 84 00 150 91 234 91 1 84 00 150 91 234 91 1 84 00 150 91 234 91 2 108 19 175 80 283 99 2 84 00 150 91 234 91 2 84 00 150 91 234 91 2 84 00 150 91 234 91 2 84 00 150 91 234 91 2 84 00 150 91 234 91 28 84 00 150 91 234 91 29 84 00 150 91 234 91 3 192 57 262 63 455 20 31 84 00 150 91 234 91 3 84 00 150 91 234 91 3 136 16 204 57 340 73 Total $14,023 25 State Examiners W. S. Darrow and A. E. Morse, under authority of the law of the state...

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. — 25 April 1912

Management! VVY MILE Large capital and surplus,, to ▼ ▼ gether with ample resources and modern facilities, are important factors in the stability of every financial institution, its strength depends principally upon the men who direct its affairs. The management of this bank is composed of men having long experience in banking and commercial affairs, and they are well known for their sound judgment and for their influence in the community. -> -> Security State Bank Cbc IRewport Winer Thursday, April 25. 1912. FRED L. WOLF. Editor and Publisher. eiucered in the postoffice at Newport. Wash. isrton as second class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE t1.50 EACH YEAR OFFICIAL PAPER PEND OREILLE CO. JUST AMONG OURSELVES American and Simpsons prints at 5c at Sherman's. Baseball dance at Moose Hall Friday evening, April 26. New line of Palmer coats just arrived at the Sherman Store. Don't overlook the Closing Out Sale of Men's Wear at the Sherman store. Try a loaf of Sanitary bread. There...

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. — 25 April 1912

GOOD ROADS AND THE FARMER Better Highways Mean More to Him Tfian Any One Else. HE SHOULD HELP FIX THEM. But a Great Many Men of This Class Are Foolishly Opposed to the Work of Improvement Would Increase Their Earning Capacity 25 Per Cent. The future progress, development and enrichment of the United States are contained in the present good roads movement. One of the astonishing and unexplainabie things is the oppo sition of the farmer in some sections to the construction of good roads. The farmer is ordinarily a thorough ly practical, common sense individual. He has to be to succeed in his busi ness. He knows how to economize A COUNTRY liOAJ FOOLISHLY NEGT.ECTED. and to take advantage of circum stances and opportunities to his ad vantage. He is generally a shrewd buyer and seller, lie has taken read lly to modern improvements and in ventions in farm machinery and oper ations. He has readily adapted him self to scientific methods of farming and to the improvement of stock by breeding...

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

WASHihitiiu.i orik _:i c Everett at a special election zl ed the commission form of sever ment by a majority of 6J. The c. also declared for single tr>:\ John Hartman, of the Atl.ro Found* & Iron Works, of Tacom v: e elect president of the United 1 Trru' Association for the enruing ye: r in l i • final session of its a..a*.. 1 convent.> at Portland. James Brady, a wealthy sawn operator, and his wile were fo dead in their bed at their home i i monds. Apparently Mr:;. Erady ) shot her husband and then had mitted suicide. Claiming that flour hrs bee~i selli° for some time at 40 to 50 ce:ii.c L the cost of production, S tile mille advanced the price of i' tent flour cents a barrel and export Hour \\ lifted 20 cents. The state penitentiary at Wai Walla is shown to have had an eff • ent and economical manpgernent j.c cording to the report of the state b . reau of inspection, filed with Attorney General W. V. Tanner. Nearly every mill in Aberdeen now Is running, and while some ar...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 25 April 1912

POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS (Paid political adyertising. Paid for by the individual making the announce mena, unless otherwise stated.) FOR COMMISSIONER FIRST DISTRICT. I hereby announce myself as a candi date for the Democratic nomination for county commissioner for the First Dis trict of Pend Oreille county, subject to the will of the voters at the primary. George H. Bobier. I am a for the Republican nomination for county commissioner for the Second district of Pend Oreille county, subject to the will of the voters at the primary. George H. Jones, Usk, Wash. Republican County Convention A delegate convention of the Repub licans of Pend Oreille county is hereby called to convene at Newport, Wash ington, on Tuesday, May 7, 1912, at 1:30 o'clock p. m., for the purpose of selecting five delegates to represent the county at the state convention, to be held at Aberdeen, Wa?h., on Wednes day, May 15, at which delegates to rep resent the state at the national conven tion in Chicago will be se...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 2 May 1912

VOLUME XI LAUDS PANHANDLE Of IDAHO Northern Pacific Expert Reports On His Investigations. Bright Future For This Section. Daniel E. Willard, who is at the head of the development department of the Northern Pacific, and who made sev eral trips to this section last summer, upon which to base a report to the rail road company, has filed the same. It is all that could be wished for by Bonner county, and carried out the words of praise which Mr. Willard gave this country on the occasions of his visits here, says the Sandpoint Review. Mr. Willard also visited Pend Oreille county, and his report applies equally to this section, which is separated from Bonner by the state line. . Of the opportunities of the home seeker and the cost of the land the re port says: s 'lt is not claimed that in Northern Idaho is the El Dorado of earth. It is not contended that a man without capital can settle in this re gion and easily make for himself a home. It is contended, however, that to the man of moderat...

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

DEATH LOSS FROM TORNADO IS LARGE TWo Oklahoma Towns Wiped Out; 41 Dead and 100 In jured Counted. Oklahoma City.—As detailed reports come in, the extent of devastation and loss of life and property from Satur day's tornado increases. It is known that 20 towns were struck by the storm which swept northward through portions of south western and central Oklahoma, that two of them, Butler and Foss, were literally wiped out and 41 dead and more than 100 injured are accounted lor. All central Oklahoma seems to be demoralized and it may be days be fore the loss of life and property is known. Western Oklahoma streams are out of their banks. The Rock Island bridge over the Cimarron river, 30 miles south of Enid, was washed out. Following is a summary of the dam age to life and property: Foss, Okla., 10 killed, 25 or 30 injured, town badly torn up. Butler, Okla., nine killed, many injured. Sentinel, Okla., two killed, 50 houses blown down. Hinton, Okla., one killed, many injured, scores of bui...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 2 May 1912

The One Thing Needful By F A. MITCHEL 1 am the rector of St. James' cliurch In Jonesville 1 usually wear canonicals and am easily recognized for a clergy man. I was passing along the street one morning when I was hailed by a strapping young fellow standing beside an ox ream drawn up beside the curb. He had on a linse.v woolsey suit, a flan nel shirt, and his trousers were tucked In his boots. He was massive, with light hair, blue eyes and a florid com plexion. Altogether he was as striking a specimen of young, uncouth manly beauty as I had ever seen. "1 say, neighbor." he said, "be you a parson ?" "I'm a clergyman." I replied. He was taking me In wonderingly. running his eyes over my black suit, my clerical cut vest, the gold cross hanging from my watch chain, fixing Vis eyes at last on my collar. "Would you mind tellin' me." he said, "how you got that on?" "My collar? Oh. that's very easy. It is buttoned in the back of the neck instead of the front What can Ido for you ?" "Well, wh...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 2 May 1912

Judge Carey held a session of the Superior Court Monday, April 29, at which the following matters were dis posed of: Cora Lounsbury vs. William Louns bury. Divorce granted. J. W. Cusick vs. Cora Cusick. Di vorce granted. Dorothy Spinning vs. Frank C. Spin ning. Divorce granted. The will of F. M. Sammons was ad mitted to probate and Reuel W. Sam mons appointed administrator. Sale of lot in Ida Deinhardt estate confirmed. C. B. Weatherby vs. C. H. Paxson et ux. Default and mortgage foreclosure. Judge Carey wiil again be here on Wednesday, May 8, at which time the following cases, in which juries have not been asked for, will be tried: Fred Lathrom vs. S. J. Wigle. Per sonal injury case. Jacob Martin vs. Fidelity Lumber Co. Action for collection of rent for leased property. J. Z. Bettancourt vs. Fergus Rooney et al. Action for damages for rent and trespass. Moeser Lumber Co. vs. E. Deinhardt. Action for foreclosure of material lien. C. P. Trask vs. H. E. Owen. Litiga tion over right-of...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 2 May 1912

GROWING! In our business, shows that still more peo ple are opening accounts with us We are daily adding new names to our already long list of depositors There is a good reason for this. It is this: they have found that the road to wealth is by way of the bank account; and that we, by our. uniformly conservative methods, our courteous treat ment of our customers* our steady increase in strength, have proven that this is the place to open that account. Security State Bank Cbe IRewport HTliner Thursday, May 2, 1912 FRED L. WOLF. Editor and Publisher. Entered in the postoffice at Newport, Wash, agton as second class mail matter. BUBBCRIPTICJ 3 PRICE *1.50 BACH YEAR OFFICIAL PAPER PEND OREILLE CO. JUST AMONG OURSELVES American and Simpsons prints at 5c at Sherman's. I The fishing season in Eastern Wash- c ington opened May 1. New line of Palmer coats just arrived ' c at the Sherman Store. * A girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hurd at Hillyard last week. c Don't overlook the Closing Out...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 2 May 1912

THE OPTIMIST By MARY PARKER DEANE % Mr. Plum was a pessimist, his wife an optimist. Many were the argu ments they had over something Mrs. Plum averred wouI& happen some day or other to lift them out of poverty, en able them to live more comfortably, clothe the children better and make them generally happy. "In the first place, Maria," Mr. Plum would say, "nothing ever comes from fain bow chasing. In the second place, If a hundred thousand dollars were suddenly dumped upon us we wouldn't be any happier than we are now." "Wouldn't we? I'd just like to try it once!" "You can bet your bottom dollar that unless I work hard and you run us cheaply we won't even keep up to what we're doing now, let alone putting on airs." "Do you mean to tell me there's noth-' ing in luck?" "Mighty little. At any rate, no great piece of luck like an unexpected wind fall will ever happen to more than one person in a million." "But haven't we got just as good a chance to be that one person as all the rest...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 2 May 1912

NEWS FROM OUR NATIONAL CAPITAL Senate Investigation of Titanic Disaster May Continne for Two Weeks More. Washington.—Ten days or two woeks coatinued sessions may be re quired to finish the senate investiga tion of the Titanic disaster. The hearings have been replete with dramatic testimony, including the .simple stories of some of the seamen. They told of music, gay dinner par ties, happiness and laughter on that peaceful Sabbath night aboard the Ti tanic, and then shifted to tales of death and -suffering on the frozen mid night sea. Amid ths preeminent facts the com mittee has been told tales of heroism unsurpassed in marine annals. Little incidents of the last moments of Major Archibald Butt, Isidor Straus, Captain Smith, John Jacob Astor and j other notables who lost their lives on i the ill-fated ship made a deep impres sion. Captain Moore, of the steamer Mount Temple related the wireless record of the last words flashed by the Titanic to many ships, and told how, only 49 miles ...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 2 May 1912

POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS (Paid political adyertising. Paid for by the individual making the announce mena, unless otherwise stated.) I hereby announce my candidacy for the Republican nomination for Commis sioner of the First district of Pend Oreille county, and respectfully request the consideration of the voters at the primary. C. A. Fiedler, Newport, Wash. I hereby announce myself as a candi date for the Democratic nomination for county commissioner for the First Dis trict of Pend Oreille county, subject to the will of the voters at the primary. George H. Bobier. I am a candidate Republican nomination for county commissioner for the Second district of Pend Oreille county, subject to the will of the voters at the primary. George H. Jones, Usk, Wash. Republican County Convention A delegate convention of the Repub licans of Pend Oreille county is hereby called to convene at Newport, Wash ington, on Tuesday, May 7, 1912, at 1:30 o'clock p. m., for the purpose of selecting five delegate...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 9 May 1912

VOLUME XI COUNTY IS FOR ROOSEVELT Sentiment In Convention at Least Five to One In His Favor. Delegates Instructed. The Pend Oreille county Republican convention, held in the court room at Newport Tuesday afternnon, May 7, placed the connty firmly in the Pro gressive column, and there was nothing to it at any stage of the proceedings but Teddy. The convention was unique in the fact that it was the first county con vention for the new county, and through the workings of the progressive spirit of the day it will also be the last, as the next session of the legislature will doubtless write a presidential primary law on the statute books of the state. Among the old party war horses pres ent there was a feeling of regret at the passing of the old convention days, but it was generally recognized that the old system must be relegated to history. There had been no attempt made to organize the county for President Taft. The friends of the administration rec ognized the wonderful growth of sen...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 9 May 1912

MISSISSIPPI RIVER IS STEADILY RISING Governor Orders Militia Offi cers to Compel Negroes to Work on Levees. New Orleans.— Large sections of 15 Louisiana parishes west of the Missis sippi river are under water, four other parishes have some flood water and are bound to get more. Prom Vicksburg, Miss., south to New Orleans, the Mississippi river is from half a foot to two and a half feet above any previous flood record. Approximately 100,000 persons have been driven from their homes and about a lives have been lost. Refugees are sheltered in cabins, churches and lodge buildings. Millions of dollars' worth of prop erty is at stake, and thousands of lives would be jeopardized if some of the big levees gave way. Lack of labor, due largely to the un concern of the negroes, who have been drawing government rations, has been a most serious drawback. Governor Banders has ordered the Louisiana militia to round up 500 negroes and compel them to do work on the levees. Nearly all the negroes ref...

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. — 9 May 1912

HER GREAT FEAR . By GERALD DAVIS Colonel Rogers of Virginia was a man of the world, a bachelor and an excellent fellow at heart, though he was only understood by his intimate friends. No oue ever thought of Rog ers as a husband or a father. As to living with man. woman or child or having his affairs mixed with those of any one else than himseif, the idea was preposterous. He was very foud of women's society and was popular with them, but always in a general, never in a particular, way. He had reached the age of fifty without any entanglements, but was not disposed to consider him self "out of the woods" so long as he lived. His one aim was to so conduct himself that no woman could get an Idvantage of him, for. though he ad mired the sex, he held the theory that uo man could stand against any one of them either in duplicity or to prevent the accomplishment of any purpose on which she might have yet her mind. Rogers was very fond of play—that is, among gentlemen. He never played at a ...

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. — 9 May 1912

Forest Office News Items The local office of the Kaniksu Na tional Forest will be moved to Coolin, Idaho, at the south end of Priest Lake about June 1, and will be maintained at that point during the summer season, returning to Newport in the fall. This change is made annually, so as to have the administration offices near the cen ter of the Forest during the fire risk season. The local office has under negotiation several timber sales, and it is antici pated that the cut of government tim ber will run very high in the Kaniksu for the next few years, as quite a quantity of the timber is past maturity and is beginning to deteriorate. One of the applications calls for seven mil lion feet and another for four millions. Doc McAbee, of Sullivan Lake, who for several years has served as ranger in the Kaniksu National Forest, and is one of the best known men in the local service, has resigned his position, and leaves soon to take up similar work in the Canadian service under W. N. Mil lar,...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 9 May 1912

GROWING! In our business, shows that still more peo ple are opening accounts with us We are daily adding new names to our already long list of depositors There is a good reason for this. It is this: they have found that the road to wealth is by way of the bank account; and that we, by our uniformly conservative methods, our courteous treat ment of our customers, our steady increase in strength, have proven that this i« the place to open that account. Security State Bank Cbc IRewport Winer Thursday, May 9. 1912 FRED L. WOLF. Editor and Publisher. filtered in the postotfice at Newport. Wash. ußton as second class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE 51.50 EACH YEAR OFFICIAL PAPER PEND OKEILLE CO. JUST AMONG OURSELVES American and Simpsons prints at 5c at Sherman's. Don't overlook the Closing Out Sale of Men's Wear at the Sherman store. G. R. Weeks' men are doing the work of painting the exterior of the Northern Hotel. Try a loaf of Sanitary bread. There is a reason. A thousand loaves sold ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 9 May 1912

WASHINGTON STATE NEWS OF INTEREST Important Happenings of the Week From Towns in Our, State. Phone Systems Must be Connected. Olympia. —In an order issued by the public service commission a physical connection is directed between the Benton County Independent Telephone company and the Sunnyside Telephone company at Grandview, in Yakima county, within 30 days, so that mes sages can be transferred between the patrons of both lines. This order is the first of its kind, directing physi al connection of tele phone lines, since telephones were placed under the direction of the pub lic service commission, and therefore It is of great interest throughout the ■tate. 21 New Canneries Enter Alaska. Seattle. —Entrance of 21 new can neries into the Alaska field is causing considerable uncertainty among sal mon packers. The Alaska season is •pen and canning on Puget sound be gins in a month. Conservative pack ers declare they do not expect the new plants to materiallly increase the total pack, sa...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 9 May 1912

NEWS FRSM G'uPi NATIONAL CA?;m Senate Refuse-to Recall Bris tow Amendment to Ci.ect Election of Ss..aLj\i. Washington.—Again the senate hns iemonstrated that there is only one political divisional line in this country —Mason and Dixon's. By a strict par ty vote, with the exception of Borah of Idaho, the senate refused to recall what is ki-own as the Bristow amend ment to the resolution for the election of senators by direct vote of the peo ple. Most people have forgotten that the Bristow amendment provides that the United States government shall retain control of the election of sena tors, as it has over the election of members of the house. It is evident that if there is to be any change in the constitution as pro posed that the house will have to give up its contention and accept the Bris tow amendment. The fact is that there is very strong opposition to election of senators by direct vote. If there could be a secret vote on the proposition it would be defeated in the senate. May ...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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