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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 9 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. a. *iedler. isewport, wasn, 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 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. I hereby announce my candidacy for the Republican nomination for Commis sioner from the First district of Pend Oreille county, subject to the will of the voters at the primary. John T. Rogers, Scotia, Wash. Now is the time to get r...

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. — 16 May 1912

VOLUME Xll AN IMMENSE POM PLANT Big Industry To Be Started on Pend Oreille This Summer. Will Develop Natural Resources. Ham, Yearsley & Ryrie, of Spokane, announce, this week, the plans for the development and use of 100,000 horse power on the Pend Oreille river near the International Boundary-, by the International Power and Manufactur ing Company. It will be one of the largest manufacturing enterprises ever started in Northwest. Several thousand acres of land in Pend Oreille and Stevens counties will be used in the manufacturing of lime hydrates, nitric acid and other products. - Soil food for the enrichment and fertilization of the lands throughout the Northwest, will be made from the natural elements in the rocks and soil of Pend Oreille county. The big. dam will be located about two miles south of the Internationnl Boundary. The enterprise means the expendi ture of several millions of dollars in capital, and will develop one of the largest water powers in the west- It is st...

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. — 16 May 1912

REBELS DEFEATED WITH HEAVY LOSS Orozco Forced to Abandon Can non and Retreat North Af ter All-Day Battle. Conejos, Mexico—Twelve hours of brisk fighting on the desert plains 300 miles south of the American border between a force of 5000 rebels under General Orozco and an equally strong body of federals under General Huerta resulted in a decided advantage to the government. Nearly 500 are believed to have been killed and wounded on both sides. A courier brought the information that General Trucy Aubert, the dashing federal commander, had been shot in the leg. The rebels abandoned ten cannon End much ammunition in their retreat. General Huerta considers it proba ble, however, that the rebels will make their last stand at Escalon, their cen tral base, 14 miles to the north, where they have built fortifications and trenches in the last fortnight. It was the steady artillery fire of the government troops that dislodged the enemy. Rellano, Mexico. —General Orozco transferred his headquart...

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. — 16 May 1912

WASHINGTON STATE NEWS _OF_INTEREST Important Happenings of the Week F"om Towns in Our State. Vancouver.—The Pomona Grange, which has closed a two days' session at Amboy, adopted resolutions asking officers of the Clark County Pair As sociation to have an experimental farm established in the race track at the fairgrounds. There are about 12 acres available and it is believed that the state college at Pullman will fur nish an expert to operate the farm. Big Timber Deal Near Kelso. Ketso. —A big timber deal which in cludes a billion feet of the finest fir and cedar in this state, is now being closed between John L. Harris, of this city, on the one hand, and the Medcalf shingle mill people and the Monarch Lumber company, of Portland, on the other. It is understood that a logging road is to be built into the timber by July 1. OLD SKELETON IS FOUND Bones of Primitive Man Are Found - at Ellensburg. Ellensburg.—A skeleton of a prim itive man, with forehead sloping di rectly back from the ey...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 16 May 1912

Mclnnis' Plan Big Work The Mclnnis Lumber Co., of Spokane, and the Burlington Lumber Co., of Libby, Mont.' have closed o deal which means the enlargement of the big plant at Libby, and the development of a large amount of timber lands in the neighborhood of that city. It is stated by parties to the deal that one of the first things to be done will to build a six-mils logging road from the Burlington mill up Parmenter creek in Montana. John Mclnnis, Jr., secretary of the Mclnnis Lumber Co., who signed the papers completing the deal, will arrive from Libby today and prepare to ship horses, scrapers and other necessary equipment to Libby. The road will be put on a railroad grade, the object be ing to use it for team handling till such time as they get ready to lay steel rails. Mr. Mclnnis stated in an interview at Libby that a force of men would be put to work soon, cutting cedar poles, there being a large amount of cedar in their holdings. It is estimated that along Parmenter creek th...

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. — 16 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 ot 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 Cbe IRewport Winer Thursday, May 16. 1912 FRED L. WOLF. Editor and Publisher. HiUiered in the postofflce at Newport, Wash, upton as second class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE 51.50 BACH YEAR OFFICIAL PAPER PEND OREILLE CO. JUST AMONG OURSELVES American and Simpsons prints at 5c at Sherman's. Try a loaf of Sanitary bread. There is a reason. A thousand loaves sold in a month. Mrs. Ellen J. Allen, of Camden, was a Newport visitor Wednesday. J. V. Windus, of Pullman, was look ing after his farm property here this week....

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 16 May 1912

A Compromise By MRS. RACHEL L. OLMSTEAD My husband is an excellent, good, pure, noble man. He has but one fault —is very unreasonable. This defect in his character is especially noticeable in the choice of a place to spend our summer vacation. Last year Frank and 1 discussed for two months this question as to wtere we should go for two weeks. . Frank wished to go to some secluded spot in the mountains where he could take a rest. He works very hard, and fourteen days is all the recreation he gets dur ing the whoje year. That being the case. I couldn't see why he should want to go to a poky place where he wouldn't meet any one. with nothing to see and nothing to do all day long. I am shut lip at home all winter with no maid and a couple of little children, and I can't get out at all in the evening because they must not be left alone. The consequence is that all the nice dresses and things I buy are for summer. That's the only season I can wear them. Now, isn't it provok ing that when ...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 16 May 1912

HERBERT ASQUiTH Photo by American Press Association Herbert Asquith, the British Pre mier, who is urging home rule for Ire land. RIOTS ARE DEPLORtD Berger Advises Socialists to Repudi ate I. W. W. Indianapolis—With 250 delegates, the socialist national convention was organized here Sunday. The conven tion will formulate its platform and nominate -condidates for president and vice-president of the United States. One of the most important questions to be determined is the formal atti tude of the party toward the Industrial Workers of the World. "Conservative socialists want the convention to go on record as de nouncing the methods of the Indus ;! trial Workers," said Representative 1 Berger, of Wisconsin, a member of the executive committee. "The socialist party cannot afford to be embroiled with this riotous or ganization. There has been too much of this on the Pacific coast and else where," he continued. New President at Princeton. Princeton. N. J. —President Taft, Chief Justice Whi...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 16 May 1912

Commissioners' Proceedings Newport. May 7.-The Board of County Com thisdoners met pursuant to adjournment. All members present. Various matters of county business were dis- C The d bond of D. R. Atherton as diking com missioner of District No. I was presented and aP )he bond of Randall Perkins as diking com missioner of District No. 1 was presented and following bids for operating the lone ferry were opened and read : Carl Lvkins, per m«nth.... W S Gurnea, per month. 9? M 8 Applegate per month Wm Hendrix, per month ™ o 3?»»ril;i•iKWbVdl 0 l h e contract was awarded to H W Lindlow, upon signing contract and the filing of the bond in tb lt is "hereby ordered that $50 per month be allowed towards defraying expenses of operat ing of a free ferry across the Pend Oreille U%>n the^'application of W W Abrahams, Jr, as fish commissioner, the Skookum Lakes, about 10 miles east of Cusick, having cently stocked with game fish, tney are hereby ordered closed for the period of two years, ac co...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 23 May 1912

VOLUME X! 1 BUSINESS MEN TALK SCHOOL Problems Confronting School Dis trict Discussed. Fourth of July Committee Named Businessmen, of Newport, to tbe number of 35, assembled at the Martin Hotel Wednesday evening, to discuss, under the leadership of Chas. F. Craig, the problems confronting the local school district. Landlord Austin pro vined an excellent luncheon and after disposing of same, those present were in a suitable frame of mind to tackle the problems presented. Director Stevens and Prof. King pre sented the status of proceedings in the effort to get a new school house and it was learned that the Board had re ceived a bid of $21,500 on a school build ing that would take care of the needs of the town for some time to come. However the bonding limit of the dis trict at this time will raise but $14,000 and it would be necessary for the peo ple to devise some means of raising the remainder of the necessary sum by personal credit or otherwise. Assessor Purchase was present and was...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 23 May 1912

COFFEE TRUST SUIT FOLLOWS HEARINGS J. P. Morgan and Others Use Resources to Curb Pro duction in Brazil. New York.—After a year of careful research and preparation the govern ment has instituted suit against the coffee trust under the Sherman anti trust law. The suit follows quickly the testi mony of the first witnesses in the mon ey trust investigation at Washington, which showed that J. P. Morgan, the National City Bank and the First Na tional Bank of New York have used their huge resources to curb the pro duction of coffee in Brazil and corner the world's supply. The court is asked to decree the Bcheme unlawful, to enjoin the valor ization committee from withholding coffee from the market and to appoint a receiver to sell the 950,000 bags, valued at $10,000,000, now alleged to be stored in warehouses of the New York Dock company. The Brazilian state of Sao Paulo, the greatest coffee district in the world, Is party to the agreements which are declared unlawful in Amer ica. The gove...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 23 May 1912

WASHINGTON STATE NEWS OF INTEREST Important Happenings of the Week From Towns in Our State. Jarmln Case Is Dismissed Davenport.—The indictments against J. B. Jarmin, a salesman for a Port land bridge company, charging an at tempt to bribe Lincoln county com missioners, has been dismissed on the ground that the grand jury which re turned the indictments was not legally drawn. By the decision the indictments on similar charges against J. P. Whitlock, of Portland, president ol the Coast Bridge company, and C. W. Raynor, also connected with the company, also are nullified. Aberdeen Will Build Plank Road. Aberdeen. —At the last meeting of the council it was voted to extend all possible aid to the completion of the south side road to Ocosta, to connect with the sea beach at Westport and Conassett. Instructions were given to the city engineer to prepare an esti mate of the cost of an eight-foot plank roadway to connect the ctiy with the county road, and to the city attorney to start condem...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 23 May 1912

The Newport Department Store Is now open for business With a Complete Line of Dry Goods, / Grocer ies, Hay, Grain ■ ! and Feed Your trade is Solicited The Progressive Store Ball Team Continues to Win. Newport defeated the Somers team from Spokane Sunday in a hard fought battle by a score of sto 3. It is evi dent that Spokane will have to send up something else than shirtmakers if they want to beat our team. The Somers team was blanked in the first and our boys scored one on a safe hit by Sandy Judge, a sacrifice bunt by Sheldon and a safe hit by Payne. The second was a whitewash for each side, and no more runs were made until the third inning, when we scored three runs. Wild throws on the part of the Somers team contributed to our run gdtting, and after the third they put in a new catcher, to replace the man who could not throw to either first or home. We got one run in the fifth and Somers tallied two in the sixth, which ended the scoring. Navarre did not have as many strike outs 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. — 23 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 ITOiner Thursday, May 23. 1912 FRED L. WOLF. Editor and Publisher. Entered in the postofflce at Newport, Wash, ugton as second class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE *1.50 EACH YEAR \ _ OFFICIAL PAPER PEND OREILLE CO. JUST AMONG OURSELVES American and Simpsons prints at 5c at Sherman's. Spirit Lake vs. Newport Sunday on local grounds. Game called at 2p. m. sharp. Try a loaf of Sanitary bread. There is a reason. A thousand loaves sold in a month. Mrs. 0. C. Nelson and little son leave Friday for a visit w...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 23 May 1912

Farm and Garden i-ARMING FOR FUTURE PROFIT. Tree Crop May Be Made Source of In come if You Look Ahead. In an article on "The Care of the Farm Wood Lot" C. A. Scott, state forester at the Kansas Agricultural col lege. says: The care of the farm wood lot is an Item in farm economy that should deeply interest every farmer within the hardwood region. Timber when left to care for itself naturally deteriorates in quality and quantity. Invariably the best trees of the desirable species are cut for various purposes, and no thought is given to planting desirable 'rees to take the place of those that Kre cut. Consequently the hardier spe cies ultimately come to occupy the greater part of the land. Unfortunate ly these hardy species are often unde sirable trees An investigation of the general con ditions of our woodlands reveals the fact that the farmers usually class their timberland as waste land or practically such Investigation reveals a further fact that this timber is grow lug on tbe ric...

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. — 23 May 1912

Novo ritoJ tail mm capital Commit'o3 Reports favorably on Lodge Substitute For houte Su ar 1.11. Washington.—The sonate finance committee authorized a favorable re port on the Lodge substitute for the house free sugar bill, and an unfavor able report on the so-called house ex cise income tax bill, which proposed a tax on incomes in excess of $5000 a year. The Lodge sugar bill would eliminate the differential and Dutch standard from the tariff and leave the duties otherwise practically as at pres ent. Senator Simmons offered a substi tute sugar bill, prepared by the demo cratic members of the committee. It proposed a reduction of existing duties by about one-third, but was voted down by a strict party vote of six to eight. Both bills would reserve the 20 per cent discount to Cuba. There was 110 time suggested by the committee for a vote in the senate on any of the tariff bills, nor any renewed effort toward effecting adjournment of congress before the national party conventions in Ju...

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. — 23 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. 7 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 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. I hereby announce my candidacy for the Republican nomination for Commis sioner from the First district of Pend Oreille county, subject to the will of the voters at the primary. John T. Rogers, Scotia, Wash. Murder at Priest Riv...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 30 May 1912

VOLUME Xll NO BUILDING FOB THIS YEAR School Board Reluctantly Aban dons Plans. Will Have Ample Means In 1913 A final decision that no further at tempt would be made this year to bring about the erection of a new school building in District No. 1, the Newport district, was reached at a meeting of business men of the town with the school board, held at the Northern Hotel Monday evening. At the meeting of May 22 a commit tee, consisting of S. J. Appleman, Sid ney W. Rogers, Fred L. Wolf, Dr. Tulles and A. S. Sherlock, was ap pointed to go over the situation with the members of the board, and endeavor to devise some method of solving the problem of securing adequate buildings at a price within the district's financial possibility. This committee held a meeting with the directors Saturday afternoon and spent considerable time in an effort to arrive at some plan of action. Finally two methods of procedure were decided upon, and it was resolved to submit these plans to a meeting of the bus...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 30 May 1912

BOUGHT AT 50c ON THE $100 The bankrupt stock of shoes formerly owned by Peter Navassio, of Spirit Lake, will be offered to the people of Newport and vicinity at prices that will surprise the most skeptic bargain hunters. There are fifteen hundred pairs, every pair having the name of some good shoe maker, such as, Connelly, Chip= pewa, Stoughton and R. P. Smith. We will be able to fit any or every member of the family at half the price you are in the habit of paying. The following is only a hint of the real bargains in store foryou. NOTICE! This does not include our regular stock of Peters Shoes. Mens' High Top Shoes $7.00 Ghipp ewa Shoes $4.90 $6.00 Stoughton Shoes . $3.95 $5.00 Stoughton Shoes . $3.45 Mens' Dress Shoes There are Patent Leather, Gun Metal, Kan garoo and Vici Leathers in these lots. All in the latest lasts. $5.00 - Dress Shoes $3.35 $4.50 - " $2.95 $4.00 - " $2.65 $3.50 " " - $2.25 Mens' Work Shoes This stock of Work Shoes was selected with very good judgement, nothi...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 30 May 1912

HOW TO USE THE ROAD DRAG Get the Right Materials and Don't Make It Too Heavy. PLANKS OR LOGS ARE BEST, Two Principles Involved In the Suc cessful Operation of the Drag—Posi tion of the Driver and Length of the Hitch to Be Considered. The earth road Is by far the most common type of highway in this coun try . Its cheapness in comparison with other types of construction and tne ab sence in many sections of the country of rock, gravel or other hard natural materials for road building will render its use necessary for many years to come. There are at present in this country about 1,000.000 miles of such roads, most of which must be maintained by some means more or less inexpensive The split log drag Is of great service on roads of this class, and an increasing mileage of the rural highways of this country is being kept in repair econom ically and well by the use of this sim ple Implement. Two mistakes are commonly made in constructing a drag. The first lies in making it too heavy. It sh...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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