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

Creating a Wrong Impression An article in the Calispel Valley Times, of Usk, gives a wrong impres sion to the people of the county about the effort of Newport to secure a bridge across the Pend Oreille river at this point. The article implies that Newport is trying to place an additional burden on the county for the purpose of getting this bridge. As a matter of fact there will be no attempt made to get the bridge, except it be through legislative appropriations from the states of Wash ington and Idaho. Be fair, gentlemen. Newport is pleased at evidences of progress all along the line in Pend Oreille county. We rejoice at the prospect of mining activity in the Metalines, for the build ing of a new railroad to connect with the Canadian Pacific, at the prospect of bumper crops in the Calispel valley, tne resumption of activity in milling at lone. What helps one section of the county helps all, and we believe that every facility should be extended to help out the people in the matter o...

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. — 4 July 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 IRcwport ITRiner Thursday, July 4, 1912 FRED L. WOLF. Editor and Publisher. Entered in the postofflce at Newport, Wash, agton as second class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE 51.50 EACH YEAR OFFICIAL PAPER PEND OREILLE CO. JUST AMONG OURSELVES The best place to buy your shoes, at Sherman's. 80-acre ranch; a snap. Pend Oreille ( County Land Co. Fine watch work a specialty at Ben son's, P. O. Jeweler. ( Cedar Post Makers Wanted—Apply to Dalkena Lumber Co. 7-2 \ W. E. Weltzin, of Cement, was a business visitor in ...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 4 July 1912

ROUND THE GLOBE Steam was first employed to heat fac tories In 1806. The Philippines Import as much iron and steel as all China does. The British postofflce controls 800.- 000 miles of telephone wires Greece buys 4.000 sporting guns each year, 3,000 of which come from France. Blacksmiths in China make knives and razors of old soft iron horseshoes. Sixty-eight out of every hundred pub llcations in the world are 'printed in English. The French port of Havre is having Improvements made which will cost $20,000,000. English nonconformists are celebrat lng their two hundred and fiftieth an niversary this year. An audience of 5,000 attended a re cent moonlight performance of at the base of the great pyramid. An alarm clock for deaf persons that delivers light blows on a sleeper with a paddle is an Englishman's idea. There is not much demand for ready made clothing in English cities, where tailors make suits to order for $6 up. A new directory to the cities of Panama and Colon Is about to b...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 4 July 1912

Professional Cards ATTORNEYS CHESTER A. GROVER ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Security State Bank Building NEWPORT, WASH. Alva S. Sherlock E. L. Sheldon SHERLOCK & SHELDON LAWYERS Practice in State and-Federal Courts. Abstracts Furnished and Examined NEWPORT, WASH. S. W. Rogers E. I. Jones ROGERS & JONES Attorneys and Counselors at Law NEWPORT, WASH. M. F. RYAN LAWYER United States Commissioner NEWPORT, WASH. PHYSICIANS DR. J. L. ROGERS PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON First National Bank Building NEWPORT, WASH. DR. W. S. WALLACE PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office Hours: 10 to 12; 2to 5 Office in rear of Northern Hotel J. T. PHILLIPS, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office Hours: 11 to 12; 2 to 4; 7 to 8; Sunday, 10 to 12. DENTISTS DR. O. C. NELSON DENTIST Office Next Door to Harness Shop, North Washington Ave. NEWPORT, WASH. DR. DODGE DENTIST Office in Reid Block NEWPORT, WASH. VETERINARIANS DR. H. F. KENNEDY VETERINARY SURGEON Office with Newport Washington Land Company. NEWPORT, WASH. ABSTRACTORS PEND OREIL...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 4 July 1912

10:00 a. m.--Reading Declaration of Independence. Orations. 11:00 a. m-"Horse Race, $35 and $15. 11:30 a. m.-Ladies' Pony Race, $15 and $10. Dinner. 1:00 p. m.-Ladies' Nail Driving Contest, $3 and $2. 1:30 p. m.-'Climbing Greased Pole, $5. 2:00 p. m.--Baseball Game at Scott s Park. Kemp Hebert, of Spokane, vs. Newport. 4:30 p. m-Boys' Foot Race, under 14 years, $3 and $2. 4:45 p. m.-'Girls Foot Race, $3 and $2. 5:00 p. m.-Men s Free for All Foot Race, 100 yards, $10 and $5. 5:15 p. m.'-Sack Race, $3 and $2. 5:30 p. m.'-Tug-of-War, Newport vs. The World, $10. 5:45 p. m.-".Three-Man Team Relay Race, 400 yards, $15. 6:00 p. m.-Fat Men's Race, must weigh over 200 lbs., distance 50 yards, $5. Dancing Afternoon and Evening in Holmes building. Continuous Performance at Fid s Opera. Dance at Moose Hall in Evening. mm ANNOUNCEMENTS (Paid political adyertising. Paid for by the individual making the announce mena, unless otherwise stated.) I hereby announce my candidacy for the Republican nomi...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 11 July 1912

VOLUME XII CELEBRATION GREAT SUCCESS Good Crowd Enjoyed Fourth at Newport. No Accidents to Mar the Day. Newport's Fourth of July celebration was carried out according to program and everybody seemed to be well pleased with the entertainment offered. Owing to the numerous celebrations at nearby points the crowd was* not as large as has been here on previous occasions but at least a thousand visitors came to join in the celebration. Priest River and down river points were well rep resented. The program of the day started with the speaking at the stand erected op posite the Martin hotel. Mayor George T. Heslin extended a welcome to the visiiors and invited them to enjoy the hospitality of the town. Miss Rubo Lusher read the Declaration of Inde pendence and S. J. Appleman and E. S. Appel delivered addresses, touching on the spirit of the day as it affects the new problems confronting the country. Following the addresses, came the horse races after which came intermis sion for the noon h...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 11 July 1912

ROOSEVELT ISSUES CONVENTION CALL Document is Signed by Friends of Colonel From Forty States. New York. —A call to the people of the United States who are in sym pathy with the national "progressive" movement to send delegates to a na tional convention to open August 5 In Chicago, was given out by United States Senator Dixon, of Montana, Theodore Roosevelt's campaign man ager. The call is signed by members of the committee chosen at a meeting held In Chicago and also bears sig natures of Roosevelt followers in 40 states. ' The call lays down no rules as to the methods of choosing delegates, since each state will be expected to secure its delegates by its own para phernalia. The representation will be cut down just one-half of the pre- Tious conventions, which was deemed advisable since this convention is to be notably a deliberative body, and will be composed of a class of men altogether different from those who usually attend conventions. Forty States Represented. The following name...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 11 July 1912

Farm and Garden WOOD LOTS. AND RAINFALL Btand of Trees Valuable In Themselves and For Conservation of Moisture. No intelligent farmer should require an argument to induce him to sur round his farm buildings with enough trees to give him a windbreak in winter and a cool retreat in summer, says the Farm Press. It may require some demonstration, however, to con vince him that he can afford to give up a few acres of seventy-five dollar land to plant a crop of timber. We will do our duty, nevertheless, by advising every man to put in at least 10 per cent of his acreage to a permanent forest growth While the trees are young he may utilise his land for tillage crops, like corn or potatoes, and before his trees are half matured he can begin thinning them for firewood or fenceposts or for other uses about the farm. When his trees have reached STAND OF NORWAY SPRUCE. [Norway spruce will do well on any moist soil, provided the soil is fairly well drained. It should not be planted on dry Boil. ...

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

GIVES GOOD HON MINES Metaline Showings Reported Favorable by Expert. Drill Work Justifies Development- Before leaving for the east mining engineer Weddle made his first public statement regarding the results of the investigations he has been carrying on in behalf of Colonel Trexler and other eastern capitalists, on the Clark min ing properties, now controlled by the Lead & Zinc Co., upon which a large amount of money was proposed to be spent. This statement, which was given the News, declares that the find ings of the several months' exploration were overwhelmingly and uncondition al satisfactory, • and that rich ore in large quantities was discovered, the value of which is sufficient to make large mining operations practical, and necessitate the expenditure of hundreds of thousands of dollars. He was ques tioned as to whether the investment would be made this fall, he replied: "I am going east today to give my report to Colonel Trexler of the result of my investigations, and I ...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 11 July 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 Che IHewport HTliner Thursday. July 11. 1912 FRED L, WOLF. Editor and Publisher. Kncered in the postofflce at Newport, Wash. URton as second class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE *1.50 BACH YEAR OFFICIAL PAPER PEND OREILLE CO. JUST AMONG OURSELVES Crystal Coffee at the South Side Grocery. The best place to buy your shoes, at Sherman's. 80-acre ranch; a snap. Pend Oreille County Land Co. Fine watch work a specialty at Ben son's, P. 0. Jeweler. Try a loaf of Sanitary bread. There is a reason. A thousand loaves sold i...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 11 July 1912

SNAPSHOTS AT CELEBRITIES *, ■ ~ Douglas Robinson, Executor of the Astor Estate. Photo by American Press Association. The will of John Jacob Astor, who perished in the wreck of the Titanic, created no trusteeship for his son. Vin cent Astor, but gave him all his real estate absolutely. But as young Astor Is still a minor the old trustees hold over until he comes of age. The compensation of the executors and trustees, who are Nicholas Biddle, James Roosevelt Roosevelt and Doug las Robinson, was fixed in the will. These are the same men who have been acting as trustees under the will of Colonel Astor's father. In addition to outright bequests of $20,000 each. Colonel Astor allowed each of them $35,000 for their services as executors and $50,000 for their services under the three trusteeships created for Mrs. Astor. Muriel Astor and his expected posthumous child. This brings the in terest of each under the will up to $105,000. A prominent New York lawyer said that Colonel Astor drove a ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 11 July 1912

Professional Cards ATTORNEYS CHESTER A. GROVER ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Security State Bank Building NEWPORT, WASH. Alva S. Sherlock E. L. Sheldon SHERLOCK & SHELDON LAWYERS Practice in State and Federal Courts. Abstracts Furnished and Examined NEWPORT, WASH. S. W. Rogers E. I. Jones ROGERS & JONES Attorneys and Counselors at Law NEWPORT, WASH. M. F. RYAN LAWYER United States Commissioner NEWPORT, WASH. PHYSICIANS DR. J. L. ROGERS PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON First National Bank Building NEWPORT, WASH. DR. W. S. WALLACE PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office Hours: 10 to 12; 2to 5 Office in rear of Northern Hotel J. T. PHILLIPS, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Officii Hours: 11 to 12; 2 to 4; 7 to 8; Sunday, 10 to 12. DENTISTS DR. 0. C. NELSON DENTIST Office Next Door to Harness Shop, North Washington Ave. NEWPORT, WASH. DR. DODGE DENTIST Office in Reid Block NEWPORT, WASH. VETERINARIANS DR. H. F. KENNEDY VETERINARY SURGEON Office with Newport Washington Land Company. NEWPORT, WASH. ABSTRACTORS PEND OREI...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 11 July 1912

Noble's July OXFORD SALE Here is an opportunity for those who de= layed buying low shoes on account of the backward warm weather. We offer you our entire stock of white canvas and nu \ ' 5. ■ ' - buck tan and gun metal calf and patent leathers at less than cost. Any $5.00 Oxford for men . . $3.65 Any $4.50 Oxford for men . . $3.35 Any $4.00 Oxford for men . . $2.65 Any $3.50 Oxford for women . . $2.65 Any $3.00 Oxford for women . . $2.25 Any $2.50 Oxford for women . . $1.75 Any $2.00 Oxford for children . $1.35 Any $1.65 Oxford for children . $1.15 Commissioners' Proceedings Newport, Washington, July Ist 1912.—The Board of County Commissioners met in regular session this Ist day of Julv, 1912 at 9 a. m. All members present. The petition of F, E. Lehmkuhl et al asking for the appointment of Mr, John H, Long, Jus tice of the Peace for Newport Precinct, was read, and after consideration of the same, it was ordered by the Board that Mr. Long be ap pointed and requested to file his bond ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 18 July 1912

VOLUME XII SEWER MATTERS DISCUSSED Engineer Ulrich Explained System and Expense. To Be Paid During Term of Years. The meeting of the town council Tuesday evening was attended by a large number of property owners of the town, as notice had been given that the proposal to build a main trunk sewer from the outlet into the Pend Oreille river to Newport avenue and Third street, and a sub-sewer to connect with same from First and Washington, down Washington and Fourth street, would be considered at their meeting. Opportunity was offered for a general discussion of the plan, and Engineer Uhrich, of Spokane, was present to make clear the proposed system. It was found that there was a general lack of understanding of the details of the sys tem, and after considerable discussion the matter was continued until August 6 to give property owners an opportun ity to inform themselves as to the cost and other matters connected with the proposal. Among other matters discussed was the building of a se...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 18 July 1912

FIST MAIL WRECKS . EXPRESS; 13 DEAD More Than Forty Injured as Result of Rear End Col lision. Chicago.—Thirteen persons were killed, eight of them women, and more ♦(Lan 40 were injured in a wreck on the Chicago, Burlington & Quincy railroad at Western Springs, a sub urb of Chicago, at 6:30 a. m. Sunday. Coming through a fog with suppos edly a clear track, train No. 8, a fast mail, ran full speed into the rear of train No. 2, known as the Overland Express, from Denver, which was »tanding still on the track, telescop lug two of the Overland s Pullman cars. The dead include eight women, and are as follows: Francis A. Barclay, 20 years old, Billings, Mont.; George Brownson, 55 years old, Galesburg, 111.; Engineer train No. 8; E. A. Bunch, 30 years old, Chicago; negro porter of Pullman car on train No. 2; Mrs. C. M. Hart, wife of a physician at Canton, O.; Mrs. E. G. Pohlmann, San Francisco; Mrs. E. Stearn, 40 years old, Chicago; E. W. Luder, 40 years old, Lacey, Io wa; Lillian Kelle...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 18 July 1912

The Fog Lady She Came to, the J Rescue I' ! By CLARISSA MACKIE 1 I _ | It had been a warm May day with out a breath of wind to stir the young green leaves on the elms and maples that bordered the village streets. Late in the afternoon there stole over hill and harbor a faint bluish haze that some said was smoke from distant for. est fires. The weatherwise predicted a "May fog. • "Going out. doc?" asked old Simon Way, the boat builder, as the young physician pa'ssed him on the little wharf. "Yes, Simon, I'm going out for a breath of fresh air, if there's any out there. It's deuced hot ashore." "Ye won't find any wind outside to day," predicted Simon, with an eye toward the channel. "I been out there all day and came back with the tide. It's hot as thunder out there, and it'll be worse before ye get back." "You think we'll have a squall?" The doctor hesitated at the top of the steps that led down to the water where his dory was fastened. His speedy lit tle motorboat was anchored not f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 18 July 1912

Bw m Candidate for Superior Judge W. H. Jackson, candidate for judge of |the Superior Court for Stevens and Pend Oreille counties, was circulating among the voters of Newport last Sat urday on his way back from Metaline Falls, where he had been in attendance upon the meeting of the Inland Empire Federation of Commercial Clubs. Mr, Jackson is a resident of Colville, where he is engaged in the practice of law. He reports that he received great en couragement in his candidacy while on his tripjdown the river. Mr. Jackson Warrick county, Indiana, but while yet a child his family removed with him to Spencer county, Indiana, where he grew to manhood, within a few miles of where Bw m Candidate for Superior Judge Dalkena Mill Superintendent ln|ured . , James W. Rogers, Superintendent of W. H. Jackson, candidate for judge Dalkena Lumber Company sus of |the Superior Court for Stevens and ta j ned severe and painful injuries Mon- Pend Oreille counties, was circulating day morn j ng w hile enga...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 18 July 1912

EVERY MAN! Security State Bank NEWPORT, WASHINGTON <Ibe tftewport HTMner Thursday, July 18. 1912 FRED L. WOLF. Editor and Publisher. Entered in the postoffice at Newport. Wash, ugton as second class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE J1.50 EACH YEAR OFFICIAL PAPER PEND OREILLE CO. JUST AMONG OURSELVES Crystal Coffee at the South Side Grocery. The best place to buy your shoes, at Sherman's. Fine watch work a specialty at Ben son's, P. O. Jeweler. When you need an undertaker call Harding & Harding. Phone 109. Dance at Moose Hall Saturday even ing. Music by the Newport band. A real treat at Fid's Opera next week. Double show every night for 10c. Try a loaf of Sanitary bread. There is a reason. A thousand loaves sold in a month. The Ladies Aid of the M. E. church will meet with Mrs. H. C. Sutherland on Friday, July 20th. The Swede people of the community , had a very enjoyable picnic at Ashen felter Bay Sunday, Don't forget to see our 10-acre tracts joining town. Sold on easy terms....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 18 July 1912

WASHINGTON STATE NEWS OF INTEREST Important Happenings of the Week From Towns in Our State. •pokane May Bar Patent Pavement. Spokane.—All patented pavements, Including granitoid, bitumass, bitulith lc, Hassam, oilerold, petrolithic and Others, will be barred from the streets of Spokane in future if a policy declar ed by Commissioner of Public Works D. C. Coates is approved by the city council. Commissioner Coates says that the city, through its asphalt plant and with the aid of its experts, is now in a position to make pavements of a better grade at less cost, similar to any patented pavement, and that there Is no use, then, of continuing a policy which requires property owners to pay royalties on a patent when they have a street paved. Union Meat Co. Buys 50,000 Lambs. White Salmon. —Jake Prahl, agent for the Union Meat company, of Port land, has made one of the largest con tracts for lambs ever made in the county. Fifty thousand lambs were bought from the sheep men, and 5000 more ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 18 July 1912

NEWS FROM OUR NATIONAL CAPITAL Senate, 55 to 28, Rejects Lori mer, and Reverses Ori ginal Vote. Washington.— By a vote of 55 to -3 the United States senate took away from William Lorimer his seat as sen ator from Illinois. His election was held to have been invalid and he was declared to have been the recipient of ▼otes obtained by "corrupt methods and practices." Lorimer had been a member of the senate since June 18, 1909. The first suggestion of fraud in connection with his election became public in April, 1910, when Charles A. White, a mem ber of the Illinois legislature, swore that he had received $1000 as a bribe for voting for Lorimer. The senate, by its action, reversed the majority of its own investigating committee and changed its vote of March 1, 1911, when Lorimer retained his seat, 46 to 40. The outcome of the vote was not a surprise, but the leaders of the fight against him had not estimated a great er vote than 50 to 35. Lorimer gained only one of the men who voted aga...

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