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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 13 June 1912

Have you been ont of those who took advantage of the Greatest Shoe Sale in the history of this town? qiF not we feel sure you would like, to take ad vantage of it so we will continue for another week, this double value giving sale. This is not a sale of a few odds and ends in shoes, but a complete shoe stock, so that no matter what style or size of a shoe you may want you can find it here and at a price that will make you want to come to this store when ever in need of the best of merchandise. The, prices below will give you an idea why we have been doing such a large shoe business and why you should be one ol our pleased customers. Men's Shoes Men's $7.00 High Top Shoe $4.90 Men's $6 00 High Top Shoes $3.95 Men's $5.00 High Top Shoes $3.45 Men's $5.00 Shoes and Oxfords $3.35 Men's $4.50 Shoes and Oxfords $2.95 Men's $4 00 Shoes and Oxfords $2.65 Men's $3.50 Shoes and Oxfords $2.25 Boys' Shoes Boys' $3.00 Shoes $2.10 Boys' $2.75 Shoes $1.75 Boys' $2 50 Shoes $1.65 Boys' $2 25 Shoes ...

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. — 20 June 1912

VOLUME XII > TWO ARE WATERS'VICTIMS Orvel Boston Drowned in Pend Oreille River at Newport- Joy Kalmes Dies In Davis Lake. Orval, 17-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Boston, of this city, met an untimely fate Monday evening, when he fell off the dock of theLumbermens' Transportation Co. into the waters of the Pend Oreille river and was drowned. The boy, in company with two of his younger brothers, was playing along the river, and Orval, standing on the dock, was endeavoring to dislodge some driftwood, using a long stick, when he lost his balance and fell into the water. A young man named C. Vanderborden, who has been working with a crew of men setting new poles for the Pacific States Telephone Co., was on the dock at the time, and bravely plunged in after the boy, but the body failed to come to the surface and the attempt at rescue failed. Vanderborden injured his knee by striking a log while diving to help the boy, and was fortunate in being able to get to shore. Help was a...

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. — 20 June 1912

GREAT INTEREST IN CHICAGO CONVENTION Never Before Has There Been Such Intense Feeling Be tween the Factions. Chicago.—There never was a mora Interesting republican national con tention than that which assembled in Chicago Tuesday. The situation at tha opening of the convention was un precedented in American politics. No national convention was ever preceded by auch a bitter factional fight over Contested delegates. At the opening of the convention no human being could foretell the outcome. The hot test battles in formed conventions of any party seem almost insignificant compared with that which culminated here. Victor Rose water, of Nebraska, chairman of the national committee, In his capacity as chairman called the convention to order. Taft adherents controlled the na tional committee by a majority large enough to decide every contest in favor of the president Bitter fights marked almost every step of the pro ceedings before the committee, but the efforts of Borah, Heney and other ...

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. — 20 June 1912

WASHINGTON STATE NEWS OF INTEREST Important Happenings of the Week From Towns in Our State. Difference* With Settled. Winlock.—After many years of dis pute, the differences between the Northern Pacific and the citizens of Winlock over the right-of-way through that city have been satisfactorily ad justed. The agreement is the result of a recent meeting of railroad and town officials. The cause of the dis pute was the question of the owner ship to land lying on each side of the Northern Pacific right-of-way. Veterans Indorse Judge Hanford. Everett.—At the grand encampment of Spanish-American war veterans here resolutions were passed indorsing Federal Judge C. H. Hanford's action In the Leonard Olsson citizenship case recently, and calling upon the veter ans' camps throughout the United States for similar indorsement. Port Townsend was selected for next year's encampment. Fraud Proof Demanded. Seattle.—Judge Albertson caused consternation in the Gill camp when he ruled with the Cotteri...

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. — 20 June 1912

New Firm • - - -—. . . New Goods Our Dry Goods, Notions etc. are Complete. Newport Depart= ment Store Where Quality and Prices are Paramount. Young People's Christian Association On Tuesday, June 11, about twenty five young people from earious parts of Pend Oreille county met with about a dozen at lone, and spent the day in the discussion of the possibilities of greater fellowship and co-operation among the Christian young people of this region. Several brief papers were read and ad dresses given, all seeming* to focus on the thought of the possibilities of greater fellowship and mutual helpfulness. At the close of the afternoon session a committee on permanent organization was named, which reported to the even iug session as follows: It was proposed that an organization be formed, and be be given the name of the Young Peo ple's Christian Association of Pend Oreille County. The aim of the organ ization was expressed to be to bring together into a closer fellowship the Christian youn...

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. — 20 June 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 (the "fflewport Winer Thursday, June 20. 1912 FRED L. WOLF. Editor and Publisher. Entered in the postoffice at Newport. Wash, ugton as second class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTICN PRICE *1.50 BACH YEAR OFFICIAL PAPER PEND OREILLE CO. JUST AMONG OURSELVES Vacuum cleaner for rent; $1 per day. A. R. Tiss. Ladies' and gents' shoe shining at the Neff barber shop. Fine watch work a specialty at Ben son's, P. 0. Jeweler. Everything in the way of men's fur nishings at cost. C. A. Sherman. The ball game Sunday will be worth see...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 20 June 1912

An Affair Of Interest B r OSCAR COX I bad been graduated from a medical college and. unwilling to stem the cur rent of competition in the practice of luy profession in the east, concluded to go to the far west My plan was to begin at the very outskirts of civiliza tion and gradually work inward as 1 gained in experience. I bad traveled b.v rail as far as they would take me. then by coach, and wa& doing tbe rest of my journey on horse back to tbe settlement where I pro posed to locate, when i met a man also mounted, wbo asked: l "Be you a doctor?" "1 am: but why did you suspect me to be such?" "I didn't. A lot of us is out huntin' fer a sawbones, and we allowed we'd ask every man we met: leastways, every man as looked as if he mought be iu a perfessional business." "Well, what can I do for you?" "Jim Tuwner and Cy Hardwick Is goin' to have a shootin' match. They're goiu' to do it up In grand style. That is, they hain't goin* to shoot on sight, but by regular agreement In all thes...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 20 June 1912

NEWS FROM Gull NATIONAL C"?;TJl House Would Do Away With Land Office Receivers and Give Work to Cxrk. Washington.—Unless the senate amends the sundry civil bill and re stores the old order of things, receiv ers of local land offices will pass into history June 30. The house commit tee on appropriations, in framing the sundry civil bill, abolished the office of receiver and transferred the duties of that office to the register. This was in accordance with the recom mendation that has been made many times by the general land office. Representatives from the public land states fought in vain in the house against the provisions of the bill re lating to the land service. The resolu tion to abolish the offices of receivers of public money and substitute the appointment of chief clerKS for land offices went through under a sharp fire. Charges that special land agents abused their positions failed to cut the appropriation of $500,000 to prosecute depredations. Chairman Fitzgerald, of the ap...

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. — 20 June 1912

Come to Newport To Celebrate the Fourth of July A big Program of Sports and Amuse= ments is being prepared and full announcement will be made next week You will have a good time here POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS (Paid political advertising. Paid for by the individual making the announce mena, unless otherwise stated.) Announcement is hereby made that I am a candidate for the Republican nom ination for sheriff of Pend Oreille coun ty, at the primaries to be held in Sep tember. J. W. Cusick, Cusick, Wash. I hereby announce my candidacy for the Republican nomination for sheriff of Pend Oreille county, subject to the will of the voters at the September primaries. J. E. Jenne, Newport, Wash. 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...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 27 June 1912

VOLUME XII MINING DISTRICT WAS VISITED I Newport Business Men Investi gate Prospects- Rich Showings of Lead and Silver. On Monday about twenty-five"of the business men of the town joined in a trip to the Conquest mining camp, about about eight miles north of Newport, on the east side of the Pend Oreille river. The Sherlock, Anderson, Fiedler and Wm. Moeser autos and two teams fur nished transportation for the bunch. On arriving at their destination head quarters were established at the home of Harvey McCullough and E. Alger, two of the old-time prospectors and miners of this section, who have a very comfortable home, with a fine garden and an abundant supply of pure moun tain water piped in. After partaking of a picnic dinner and posing for Wintemute, the photog rapher, the crowd was ready to tackle the mountain climbing stunt to view the mining claims. Tne first claim visited was the Key, owned by McCullough, Alger and James Dunlap. This claim is under bond to the Bead Lake Mining ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 27 June 1912

TIFT IS NOMINATED ON FIRST BALLOT Vice-President Sherman is Re nominated; Roosevelt Men Refuse to Vote. Chicago.—For president, William Howard Taft. For vice president, James Schoolcraft Sherman. These are the standard bearers for the 1912 campaign chosen on first ballots by the fifteenth republican na tional convention. The choice of candidates followed a session that teemed with bitterness and was marked with refusal of many of the Roosevelt delegates to vote in pursuance of the inaction plan advo cated by the colonel. President Taft received 561 of the 1078 votes in the convention, or 21 more than a majority. The result of the ballot was: Taft 561, Roosevelt 107, La Follette 41, Cummins 17, Hughes 2, absent 6, pres ent, but not voting, 344. ® 1911. by American Press Association. President Taft. The result of the ballot for vice president was: Sherman 597, Borah 21, Merriam 20, Hadley 14, Beveridge 2, Gillett 1, absent 71, present, but not voting, 352. Roosevelt Men Hiss at Vote. ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 27 June 1912

wash;: :3To;j state f:~.3 OF INTEREST Important Happenings of the Week From Towns in Our, State. Mayor Would Compel Railway to Build Seattle.—ln attempting to break a deadlock of many months standing be tween the city and the Puget Sound Traction, Jjight & Power company, formerly the Seattle Electric company, Mayor George F. Cotterill proposes a novel plan. His idea Is to offer fran 9hise» for extensions to the highest bidder. The builders of these exten sions—under the city charter —have a right to demand 2% cents of each five cent fare and the mayor believes that such drastic action would compel the electric company to proceed with many needed extensions. Deaf Man Killed While Train Whistles Dayton.—While Henry L. Smith, age about 50 and residing about three miles west of Dayton, was walking along the N. P. track in the vicinity of his home he was hit and instantly killed by the train coming from Walla Walla. The engineer of the train •tated that as soon as he saw the man on t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 27 June 1912

New Firm New Goods Our Dry Goods, Notions etc. are Complete. <J Ladies'and Child ren's ready to wear garments in all col= ors and sizes at rock bottom prices. <J Bring along your dollars and hitch them to the biggest load of merchandise that a dollar ever pulled out of any store in Newport. Newport Depart= ment Store Where Quality and Prices are Paramount. Boost Your Home Town. "Boost Your Home Town" is the slogan that is being heralded abroad by a nation-wide movement originating in Chicago, and which was given its start in this section at a meeting of editors of the Inland Empire held at Spokane Saturday. The movement was inspired by the discovery that more than one-half of the towns of the states of the Middle West had lost in population during the ten years preceding the last federal census. While the small towns and counties have lost in population the great cities of these states have made gains that have offset these losses. It is the theory of those who are behind this...

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. — 27 June 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 dbc H-lcwport U¥lincr Thursday, June 27. 1912 FRED L. WOLF. Editor and Publisher Entered in the postoffice at Newport. Wash, ugton as second class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE 51.50 EACH YEAR OFFICIAL PAPER PEND OREILLE CO. JUST AMONG OURSELVES Fine watch work a specialty at Ben son's, P. O. Jeweler. Cedar Post Makers Wanted—Apply to Dalkena Lumber Co. 7-2 Everything in the way of men's fur nishings at cost. C. A. Sherman. A. T. Harding, of Ohio, is here on a visit to his son, J. C., the undertaker. There will b...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 27 June 1912

1776 I gQ NEWPORT, WASHINGTON The Largest Celebration Ever Attempted in Newport, Not a Dull Minute the Entire Day Excursion Rates on all the Railroads Newport extends a cordial invitation to all to come and celebrate. There will be something doing all the time. The whole day will be one grand day of entertainment. Ball Games, Foot Races for Ladies, Men % and Boys. Horse Races and various kinds of Athletic Contests. We are working overtime to give you the most entertaining and enjoyable day of your lives. Put away all your trials and troubles for this one day and join us at Newport. We will do the rest. Music Furnished by the Newport Band of 16 Pieces STRONGLY REINFORCED FOR THE OCCASION Orations by Eminent Speakers and Reading of Declaration of Inde pendence in Front of Band Stand at Ten O clock a. m. 11 a. Horse Race* $35 and $15; 11:30 a. Ladies' Pony Race, $15 and $10; 12 m., Dinner; Ip. m., Ladies Nail Driving Contest, $3 and $2; 1:30 p. m., Climbing Greased Pole, $5; 2 p- m., B...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 27 June 1912

COLONEL ROOSEVFLT FORI! K ■'« PARTY Progressives Meet and domin ate Ex-President; Denounce 1 aft Conxcr.tlcn. Chicago.—Theodore Roosevelt was nominated for president on an inde pendent ticket. The nomination was made during the dying hours of the republican national convention in which Mr. Roosevelt met defeat. The followers of Colonel Roosevelt met in Orchestra Hall, less than a mile from the Coliseum, and pledged their support to the ex-president. Colonel Roos«velt said he accepted the nomination with the understand ing that he would be willing to step aside if it should be the desire of the new party when organized to select another standard bearer. Governor Johnson, California's fight ing chief «xecutive, presided at the Roosevelt meeting. The colonel him-, self was there and addressed the con ferees. At the close of his speech Governor Johnson recognized Senator Clapp, who offered the following resolutions: Resolutions Are Adopted. "We, delegates and alternates to the republica...

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. — 27 June 1912

POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS (Paid political adyertising. Paid for by the individual making the announce mena, unless otherwise stated.) Announcement is hereby made that I am a candidate for the Republican nom ination for sheriff of Pend Oreille coun ty, at the primaries to be held in Sep tember. J- W. Cusick, Cusick, Wash. I hereby announce my candidacy for the Republican nomination for sheriff of Pend Oreille county, subject to the will of the voters at the September primaries. J. E. Jenne, Newport, Wash. 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 for the Republican nomination for...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 4 July 1912

VOLUME XII WILSON DEMOCRATIC LEADER Long Drawn Out Convention Reaches Decision. Marshall of Indiana Running Mate- Governor Woodrow Wilson, of New Jersey, is the nominee of the Demo cratic party for president of the United States, the nomination going to him on the 46th ballot, when he received 990 out of 1088 votes. The convention broke all records in the number of bal lots necessory to bring about the two thirds majority required by Democratic rules. Clark had a clear majority in the tenth ballot and held it until the seventeenth, when the change to Wilson started. Governor Thomas Marshall, of In diana, was nominathd for the vice presidency on the fourth ballot, after an attempt had been made to get Champ Clark to accept the place, but he re fused to permit his name to be consid ered. The nomination of Wilson is a bigger victory for Bryan than anyone else. Bryan led the fight all the way through, and there will be considerable bitter ness in Democratic ranks as the result of the ch...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 4 July 1912

LONG DEADLOCK AT BALTIMORE Many Ballots Taken in an Ef fort to Name a Presidential Candidate. Baltimore.—The national democratic convention .which assembled here a week ago Tuesday witnessed many ex citing incidents, and developed a dead lock that was unequalled by any na tional convention since the republican gathering at Chicago in 1880, when General Gr&nt was a candidate for a third term, and 306 delegates clung to his banner to the thirty-sixth and final ballot when Garfield was nominated. A remarkable feature of the conven tion was the dominance of Bryan. De feated for temporary chairman by Judge Alton B. Parker, who was put forward by the conservative element, he refused to subside, and maintained a beligerent attitude throughout the convention, and several times hurled a thunderbolt which set the delegates, and spectators on edge. The specta cle was unique in American politics. In no national convention in recent years has one man by sheer force of his personality been ab...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 4 July 1912

WASHINGTON STAIE NEWS OF INTEREST Important Happenings of the Week From Towns in Our, State. Cowlitz Valley Will Benefit. Centralia. —From a reliable source it is reported that the big deal of the Metcalf Shingle company, involving the expenditure of $2,000,000, is well on the'road to completion. The deal in question is one of the largest log ging enterprises ever attempted in southwest Washington, and will mean unlimited benefits for residents and towns in the Cowlitz valley. The plans include a logging road from tide water to the upper end of Salmon Creek, logging camps, railroads and mills. When completed the shingle company will have by far the largest payroll in southwest Washington. Build Big Mill on Entiat River. Wenatchee. —Preliminary work is now being carried on for the erection of a large sawmill to be located on the Entiat river by the F. P. Kellogg lum ber company. The mill will be three miles up'the river from where it emp ties into the Columbia river and when complete...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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