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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 18 July 1912

We carry the celebrated Juno Brand of Canned Goods in stock. The best money can buy For all kinds of Fruit Jars, Covers, etc. Call No. 32 Newport Department Store Candidate for Congress Hairy B. Rosenhaupt, of Spokane, at present state senator, is the only east side candidate for Congressman-at large and has most excellent prospects of securing the nomination. There are eight candidates in the field, seven of them residing west of the Cascades, and two nominations to be made. Mr. Rosenhaupt, as state senator from Spokane, has been identified with all the progressive legislation enacted in the last three sessions and was a HARRY B. ROSENHAUPT. prominent factor in securing the pas sage of the direct primary, the work men's compensation act, the submission of the initiative and referendum, etc. The candidacy of Mr. Rosenhaupt is of particular interest to Pend Oreille county as he is connected with interests that are working for the development of the north end of the county. To have hi...

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. — 25 July 1912

VOLUME XII PERSISTENT IN MISLEADING Usk Paper Makes Statements Without Warrant. County Division Has Saved Money. In each of the last four issues of the Calispel Valley Times, of Usk, there has appeared an article headed "Voters Be Careful," which is full of misleading statements, and from its continued publication there can be no doubt of the author's wilful intention to deceive its readers. The article contains the following: "It is safe to say that the people of Pend Oreille county pay more actual taxes than any other county in the United States, and this is not all. Our present county officials are still lacking funds to earn* out their proposed ex penditures. They say we need a bridge across the Pend Orelle at Newport, Who does this benefit? Newport. The over-burdened property holder of Pend Oreille county pays the bill." Regarding the matter of tax levies the following figures of Washington counties will quickly refute the above statements: Pend Oreille county pays state and co...

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. — 25 July 1912

ZAPATISTAS MAKE ATTACK ON TRAIN 84 Soldiers and Passengers Killed by Mexican Rebels. Mexico City".—Eighty-four persons were killed and many were wounded in an attack by Zapatistas on a pas senger train between this city and Cnernavaca, Morelos. The Zapatistas, said to have num bered 600, placed a mine under the railroad track, which exploded as the locomotive passed over it. The over turned engine hardly had settled when the Zapatistas sprang up from all sides and poured a murderous fire into the train. The first object of their attack was a second-class coach in which were riding a federal military escort, with a captain and two lieutenants. The federals got out of the car as quickly as possible to answer the fire of the assailants, but their efforts were fu tile. The command, with the excep tion of five wounded and two who es caped, were killed. Forty-one passengers were killed and many were wounded. After the train had been swept by their fire, the Zapatistas rushed on their stri...

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. — 25 July 1912

Doctor Barlow The Result of an Adventure of a Medical Siudent By EDWIN C. THORNTON There was trouble among the sin dents of the Gordon medical college in the matter of obtaiuiug subjens fen dissection. They had been used to sc curing corpses in the old fashioned way, commonly called body snatching which meant robbing new graves. Bu when a party was caught red handed in one of th<*se desecrations so great was the indignation among the citizens of the place that they threatened to hang without legal process any student thereafter caught robbing a grave. One evening just before dusk Dick- Barlow. a medical student, looking on: of the back window of his room, sa,w through an opposite window of a build ing backing up against his boarding house the body of a man lying stilt and stark on a board, the ends >f which rested on barrels. Considering the fact that Barlow was about to lie pre vented from following his mi omicai course for the want of a subject it is not remarkable that he w...

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. — 25 July 1912

N. W. Durham, of Spokane, candi date for the Republican nomination for congress from the Third district of Washington, spent Tuesday in Newport, in the interest of his candidacy and also improved the opportunity to view some some of the rich country tributary to the town. Mr. Durham is a Progressive Repub lican and took an active part in the Roosevelt convention at Aberdeen. He was for many years managing editor of the Spokesman-Review, for the per iod from 1889 to 1910, and as such was a consistent and aggressive advocate of the following reforms, now adopted by law: The Australian ballot system. Three-cent railway fares. Reduced freight rates. State railway commission. Laws to protect wage-earners. Increased powers for interstate com merce commission. Laws to curb monopolies. The direct primary. Law prohibiting use of free passes by public officials. Candidate for Clerk Ralph R. Isaacs, of Locke, chairman of the Democratic central committee of Pend Oreille county, makes announce •...

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 July 1912

EVERY MAN! Security State Bank Newport, Washington CLbc IRewport HTliner Thursday, July 25, 1912 FRED L. WOLF. Editor and Publisher. Entered in the postoffice at Newport, Wash, agton as second class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE 11.50 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. 0. Jeweler. When you need an undertaker call Harding & Harding. Phone 109. Eight-weeks-old pigs for sale. T. L. Paulsen, Newport, Wash. Try a loaf of Sanitary bread. There is a reason. A thousand loaves sold in a month. Don't forget to see our 10-acre tracts joining town. Sold on easy terms. Pend Oreille County Land Co. Mrs. George Hynes and niece, Mar garet Cardiff, left this evening for a visit with relatives on the coast. Mrs. Hynes gives thorough up-to-date instruction on piano and organ. Terms reasonable. Studio cor. sth and Scott ave. A car of ho...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 25 July 1912

WASHINGTON STATE NEWS OF INTEREST Important Happenings of the Week From Towns in Our, State. Logging Engineers From Colleges. Tacoma.—A congress of Pacific coast loggers will be held in Tacoma Thursday, Friday and Saturday. The congress hopes to have logging engin eering made a feature of college work and Alex Poison, state senator and a big Grays Harbor logger, will make an address on "Why has not the Log ging and Lumber Industry Occupied an Equal Position with Other Indus tries In Our Colleges?" The claim is that logging engineering is as much an exact science as hydraulic engin eering. TORNOW IS HUNTED AGAIN Independent Posse Starts Out to Find Alleged Murderer. Aberdeen. —Headed by Otto Schu mach a posse of three woodmen left here to take up search for John Tor now, alleged slayer of his twin neph ews, John and Will Bauer, and of Dep uty Sheriffs Colin McKenzie and A. Volmer, who were shot down while hunting Tornow for the Bauer mur ders. Schumach is acting independ ently of the...

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

NEWS FROM OUR NATIONAL CAPITAL Senate Committee Agrees to a Modified Form of Bourne's Parcels Post Measure. Washington.—After a dispute of more than two months the senate committee on postoffices and post roads reached an agreement on the postoffice appropriation bill, and the measure will be reported promptly. Senators Bristow and Bourne, sit ting as a sub-committee on the parcels post, agreed on a modified form of Senator Bourne's plan. It retains Senator Bourne's "icheme for a divis ion of the country into zones within which rates for the transmission of parcels shall be the same. Senator Bristow believed the Bourne plan would place rates so low that the project would be found im practicable. To meet his objections, eight zones were outlined instead of six, as origin °lly planned, and the rates proposed by Senator Bourne were increased. Country Divided Into Zones. Senators Bourne and Bristow agreed upon the parcels post zones as follows: First zone, length 50 miles, rate 5 cents ...

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. — 25 July 1912

Why You Take No Chances The Studebaker name for sixty year 3 has been a guarantee of quality. It elimi nates the slightest element of chance in your purchase of an automobile. Every part of a Studebaker car is made in our own plants. We analyze and absolutely know the materials which go into our cars. Our guarantee is good. 75,000 Studebaker cars are on the road and every owner will tell you that a Studebaker car always makes good. We know that the Studebaker (Flanders) "20" at $800 is equal in mate rial and workmanship to any car built and the price is within your reach. Ready for immediate delivery. The $800, Studebaker (Flanders)"2o" Price, Sta'ndard Equipped, f. o. b. Detroit. Equipped as above, with Too, Windshield, Preat-O-Lite Tank and Speedometer, J835. Ask our dealer for the new Studebaker art catalogue or tend to u« for it The Studebaker Corporation Detroit, Michigan W. F. PAGE, Agent - Newport Wash. PHONE 129 POIH ANNOUNCEMENTS (Paid political adyertising. Paid for by the...

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

VOLUME XII NEWPORT IS PROGRESSIVE N. W. Durham Writes for the Spokesman-Review. Tells of Many Changes Wrought. Nineteen years ago two newspaper workers pitched their outing camp at Albeni Falls, on the Pend Oreille, and, needing supplies, one drowsy summer afternoon, footed it down to the old town of Newport, where the pioneer merchant, Mr. Towle, had but recently opened a small stock of goods in a log building on the Idaho side of the line. His store and a nearby dispensary of alcoholic wares constituted the total commercial enterprise of the little out post in the wilderness. The Great Northern had cut its way through the forest the year before, and all told not to exceed 50 people were gathered round about, awaiting the advent of better days. As is the wont of the fraternity, these newspapermen fell into a contro versy, sitting idly there on the bank of the rolling Pend Oreille. Fishing, though fair, was nothing to boast about, and one of them, who had come a long way from Portla...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 1 August 1912

COLONEL APPROVES CAMPAIGN OUTLINE Independent Tickets to be Put Forward in Every State But Six. Oyster Bay, N. Y.—A working pro gram for the new party has been ap proved by Colonel Roosevelt. Senator Dixon, his campaign manager, who re cently has been in consultation with leaders of the movement, came to Oys ter Bay to lay his views before the ex president. After a long conference it became known that the fundamental question of policy and procedure had been agreed upon, subject to the approval of the national convention next week. The program which will be submit ted to the convention contains these major provisions: "Independent tickets in every state except perhaps six in which it is be lieved the republican organizations can be taken over bodily. "A clean break from both of the old parties, the republican organizations which it is expected to capture to be used as an integral portion of the new party. "Formation of the party with the Idea that it is to endure permanently, whatev...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 1 August 1912

Re-embodied i — • A Story of an American's Experience In a City of the Past • By F. A. MITCHEL Dwight Wetmore since his return from Europe has gone into a sanita rium. They say that while abroad he received a shock. Before it was con sidered necessary to retire him he told me a great deal about the cause of his trouble. From talks I had with him 1 have put together the following narrative: When in Naples Wetmore went often to visit Pompeii, that ancient Roman city the very site of which was lost for nearly 2,000 years. An eruption of Mount Vesuvius, five miles distant, during the first century of the Christian era covered it with ashes, but during modern times two thirds of its area has been uncov ered. And now one may walk about in Its streets, in which ruts worn in the stones are plainly visible, or go into the houses, in tolerable condition, ex cept their roofs, which have disap peared. Furniture, implements, statu ary and mural paintings have been re moved to the museum at Naple...

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

KILLED BV THE FUST MIL Great Northern Brakeman Meets Instant Death. Second Victim In Two Weeks Joe Burden, a Great Northern brake man, was struck by No. 27, the Fast Mail, and instantly killed at 4:40 this afternoon. Burden was working on the rear end of a westbound freight, which pulled into the yards just ahead of the mail train. He dropped off to flag against the mail train, which was past due, and the freight, having got in the clear, called him in just as the mail approached. Burden was on the pass ing track and, evidently becoming con fused, stepped across onto the main line just in time to be struck on the head by the pilot. He was thrown some distance on the right-of-way and was dead when picked up, his neck being broken. But little is known of Burden by his fellow trainmen,, it being his second trip over tne road. He was about 24 years old. The body is at the depot awaiting instructiohs as to its disposal. This is the second victim of the Fast Mail within two weeks, within ...

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. — 1 August 1912

EVERY MAN! Security State Bank Newport, Washington Cbe tflcwport Uttiner Thursday, August 1, 1912 FRED L. WOLF. Editor and Publisher. Entered in the postoffice at Newport, Wash. Qgton 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. When you need an undertaker call Harding & Harding. Phone 109. Eight-weeks-old pigs for sale. T. L. Paulsen, Newport, Wash. Remember that Sherman keeps the most up-to-date line of novelties in the city. Try a loaf of Sanitary bread. There is a reason. A thousand loaves sold in a month. Dr. Wallace reports the birth of a boy to Mr. and Mrs. Louis Tedwell, of Scotia, on July 26. Don't forget to see our 10-acre tracts joining town. Sold on easy terms. Pend Oreille County Land Co. The Great Northern Railway will have a steam shovel at work in the Newport within the next week or ten davs. Mrs. Hynes gives thorough up-to-date instruction on piano a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 1 August 1912

This map shown the proposed route for the transcontinental automobile road through Montana and other states, which will probably be followed by PathfidGer A. L. Westgard, of the American Automobile Association transcontinental pathfiuding party. Through the movement started at the meetmg in L.bby last June however, and through the building of the Kootenai valley-Glacier Park road, it 16 likely that the route, which has been approximately guessed at by the automobile association, will be changed to come through this section. TAKING A REST ON THE SPOKANE INTERSTATE FAIR GROUNDS. In former days little attention was paid to public comfort on any fair grounds, but now every possible convenience is provided. At the Spokane Fair this fall, the week of Sept. 30. there will be hundreds of comfortable benches, sanitary drinking fountains, rest rooms, a barber shop and bathroom and as much green grass and flowers as in any city park. A special comfort for mothers is the free nursery, where com...

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. — 1 August 1912

WASHINGTON BRIEFLETS Kennewick will hold a big grape carnival September 19-21. A dangerous counterfeit $20 nation al bank note of splendid workmanship has appeared on the Pacific coast. Se cret service operatives discovered it In Seattle. The Canadian -cad Northern Pacific railways La t»e entered into a new 10-year traffic agreement cover ing freight and passenger business in the Puget Sound country. Notice has been received from the postoffice department at Washington that after August 15 the postoffice at Eufaula, 40 miles southeast of Cen tralis will be discontinued. A well which will furnish the full pumping capacity of the fairground equipment, 12f#00 gallons of water per hour, has just been drilled at the Clarke county fair grounds at Vancou ver. Washington's 1912 wheat crop will total about 38,000,000 bushels, 4,000,- 000 bushels more than last year, ac cording to the estimate made by C. J. Holset, chief grain inspector of the public service commission. The estate of Dr. W. H...

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. — 1 August 1912

Always Ready From the moment a Studebaker (Flanders) "20" is delivered, you have a car ready to go on the job. It wilJ stand up to its work day in and day out —take the hills and rough places as cheerfully as the smooth, and the only care it asks is lubrication. Studebaker cars are built for honest everyday service, will give you service —not excuses. You can start on the longest journey in full confidence that you will finish as strong as you began. Mechanical stability, beauty of design, simplicity of control, low price and low upkeep cost combine to make the Stude baker "20" an ideal car. The $800 Studebaker (Flanders)'*2o'' Price, Standard Equipped, $800 f. o. b. Detroit. Equipped a* above, with Top, Windshield, Prest-O-LiteTank and Speedometer, $885. Ask our dealer for the new Studebaker art catalogue or aend to us for it The Studebaker Corporation Detroit, Michigan W. F. PAGE, Agent - Newport Wash. PHONE 129 POLITICAL NNUMEKMS (Paid political adyertising. Paid for by the indiv...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 8 August 1912

VOLUME XII ML MAKE BRIDGE SURVEY Joint Meeting of Commissioners at Sandpoint. Plans and Estimates Contracted. The Board of Commissioners of Pend Oreille county held a joint meeting with the commissioners of Bonner county, Idaho, at Sandpoint, on Sunday, at which the question of building a bridge across the Pend Oreille river at New port was informally discussed. As the result of the deliberations a contract was let on Monday to the Coast Bridge Co., of Portland, represented by its vice-president, George A. Sears, to prepare plans and specifications for a steel bridge across the Pend Oreille river at Newport, between Idaho and Washington. This bridge is to be ap proximately 1200 feet in length, to have a 20-foot clear roadway with five-foot walls on each side, and to have a car rying capacity sufficient for a 17-ton steam roller. Piers are to be of either tubular steel filled with concrete or solid concrete, according to the demands of the war department engineers. It will be one of ...

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

JHiss. SPOKANE i, Invites you to the SPOKANE statoEAIR Sepi. 30 io Oci. 6 1912 Tke Inland Empires Holiday /Steven dqy& and six ni6Mg of edudohon ond oimt&eirteni • Something Redueedßdihr&f Rated ir Robl- H $e<y far Premium Illustrated. D«u]y IVoJrara CQ * W .*-» ® UNIQUE CONTESTS AT SPOKANE FAIR. 11l Soils ol Crapellllve Tests Han Bsim Planned. Any kind of a genuine contest, from a foot race to an aeroplane race, is al ways interesting, and the Spokane Fair management, appreciating this, have arranged for all sorts of competitive stunts to be pulled oft" during Interstate Fair week. Sept. 30 to Oct. 6.. Of course the borse races are the main events, and is offered in purses for the horsemen, but the amateur fire men's tournament, the miners rock drilling contest and the lumbermen's log chopping contest will be sure enough exciting. A long list of prizes has been ar ranged for the firemen. Any town can enter a team, and many of the Inland Empire cities have agreed to h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 8 August 1912

WASHINGTON STATE NEWS OF INTEREST Important Happenings of the Week From Towns in Our State. Qlrl Disappears, Body Found In River. Ellensburg.—"Dot" Gelleson, the 20- year-old girl who disappeared from the home of her adopted mother, is be lieved to have committed suicide. Her body was found in the Yakima river opposite the Northern Pacific station by Chief of Police Minton, after prac tically every rancher in the valley had been notified of the strange disappear ance and asked to assist in the search. Doctors think the girl was suffering from walking typhoid, and that she wandered off while temporarily out of tier mind. Relatives have asked the Coroner to hold an inquest to ascer tain whether murder was committed. Indians to Hold Klickitat Cattle. Goldendale. —Klickitat valley farm ers, whose cattle, ranging in the Sim coe mountains, drift over on the Yakima Indian reservation as the sea son advances, have been notified by the Indian police that they must get their animals off India...

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