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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 1 June 1911

The weather has been very hot the last few days, and as a result everybody is lazy and don't want to work. The event of the week was the visit of Governor Hay on Monday. A large crowd of citizens of the town and surrounding country was at the depot to receive him, and as the train pulled in he was greeted by the firing of thirteen guns. He made quite a speech from the rear platform of the car, after which he was taken round the town in an automobile, that he might have a good look at the coming town of the Calispel valley. When the train pulled out he was again sa luted by three cheers and the wav ing of handkerchiefs by the ladies, to whom a good part of his speech had been addressed. Tuesday was Decoration Day. While there were no special ser vices, the town was decorated with the national colors and flags, which had been put up the day before in honor of the Governor's coming and to do duty for both days. The supper which was served bp the ladies in the church Tuesday evening was...

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. — 8 June 1911

VOLUME XI NEW COUNTY MS JUNE 10 County Buildings Will be Ready Soon After. Commissioners Will Meet Monday. Work on the preparation of quarters for the officers of Pend Oreille county is progressing rapidlv. The contracts call the completion of the work by June 15, but owing to delays caused bv wet weather it will be perhaps the 20th be fore all the work is done. Trie entrance to the various county offices will be in the Jacobson building, at the south end. directly north of The Mi neb office. The ground floor of this building is occupied by the Pend Oreille County Abstract Co., B. Zillinger, the shoe man, and John Jasobson, electrical contractor, owner of the building. Coun ty offices are on the second floor, which was built especially for their use. At the head of the stairway is a large hall, leading off from which are the various county offices, each of them large and well lighted. There are lour offices in the Jacobson building, and the hallwav runs through to a connection with ...

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. — 8 June 1911

T.J. KELLY Beet sugar $5.70 Cane sugar 5.90 Sack flour 1.35 Barrel flour 5.35 Hams .16 Shoulders .14 Bacon .16 Side meats .14 10 pounds pure lard 1.40 5 pounds pure lard .70 10 pounds compound lard 1.20 5 pounds compound lard .(0 4 pounds cottolene .60 10 pounds cottolene -• • 1.50 16 pounds white beans 1.00 12 pounds pink beans 1.00 11 pounds Lima beans 1.00 18 pounds best rice 1.00 14 pounds split peas 1.00 1 can corn .10 1 can tomatoes .10 1 can string beans .10 3 cans milk .25 1 pound Japan tea .45 1 pound E. B tea .50 1 pound good coffee .25 1 pound best coffee .35 1 package matches ... .20 1 gallon vinegar .25 50 pounds dairy salt .60 10 pounds rolled oats, mixed .35 10 pounds rolled oats, pure .35 10 pounds corn meal .25 1 large package crackers- •• .20 8 pounds currants— 1.00 12 pounds seeded raisins 1.00 8 pounds cooking apples 1.00 4 pounds soda * .25 A number of old and new Sewing Machines for sale. Closing them out cheap. Great Northern Railway "THE LINE FOR COMFORT" WIL...

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. — 8 June 1911

The Pend Oreille County Abstract Company Extends its greeting to the public and announces that on and after June 10, 1911, it will supply the abstracts of title to farm and timber lands, city and town property, mining claims and water rights within the new County of Pend Oreille. We have a complete and reliable set of indices which have been compiled by The Stevens County Abstract Companv and Colville Abstract Company and given the advantage of the many years of checking by said companies J | J | C. F. CRAIG, E. W. ANDERSON, H. W. READING, C. E. PETERSON, FRED L. WOLF C. E. PETERSON Manager All Aboard for the highest grade of tailored Suits. Here is the place to have them made. We have the fabrics, the expert fitters and cutters, the competent tailors and finishers, and when you find yourself inclosed in one of our Suits you will know that you are dressed to perfection. We have been making clothes for many years for the most particular people. Our Dry Cleaning and Pressing ser vice ...

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. — 8 June 1911

Found Dead Alongside Railroad Track. Last Friday morning the body of a man was discovered lying alongside the track of the Idaho & Washington North ern Railroad, about a mile south of Pen rith. Local officials were notified and in company with Undertaker Harding brought the body to town. The remains were at once identified as being Norman Powell, son of C. H. Powell, of Newport. Mr. Powell, who for years had been a resident of Spokane, in the employ of Jacob Goetz, of the Coeur d'Alene Hotel, lost his position recently and took to excessive drinking. As a result he was in a bad condition physically, and had been seen around Newport Thursday laboring under the delusion that he was being pursued by enemies. The last seen of him alive he was running frantically west from town along the Great Northern tracks, gazing back as he ran as if in fear of pursuit. On examination of the body the cause of death was found to have been a gash cut on the right side of his throat, which would, ho...

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. — 8 June 1911

The Standing of a Bank is determined, not so much by the law under which it operates as by the character and ability of its management. The Security State Bank is under state super vision. The banking laws of Washington Regu late, they do not Guarantee. •([ The state laws prescribe certain rules to be ob served by the men in charge of the bank but the real security to depositors—the confidence of the public—is based on the honesty and integrity of the men who have in charge the bank's affairs. The Security State Bank is officered by men well known to the people of this locality. The stock of the bank and its management are in the hands of home people, men who have gained their business experience and standing right here in our midst. Add to this fact that every loan in this bank has the written approval of the board of direct ors and you have conclusive evidence that this is a safe bank with which to do business. DIRECTORS J. T. PHILLIPS E. W. ANDERSON WM. MOESER FRED STEVENS CHAS. ...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 8 June 1911

HOUSE COMMITTEE DEPORT FAVORABLE Democrats Endorse Underwood Wool Tariff Bill, Making 50 Per Cent Reduction. Washington.—By a strict party vote the house ways and means committee adopted a favorable report on the Underwood wool tariff bill as en dorsed by the Democratic caucus. The bill was reported to the house Tues day and called up by Chairman Un derwood Wednesday. Advocates of free raw wool, backed by William J. Bryan, offered amend ments in the caucus, putting raw wool on the free list or proposing a grad ual reduction that would abolish the entire duty within five years. Un derwood and others who spoke in fa vor of the 20 per cent duty, replied to the free wool Democrats by point ing out the absolute necessity of a small duty on raw wool in order to help provide revenue for the gov ernment. Through a resolution which leaves the Democratic party open in the fu ture to renew its advocacy of free trade in raw wool, but which commits all Democrats to the support of the present bil...

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. — 8 June 1911

A Drama of TheCamorra Actual Occurrence of Today Told In Story Form By ARTHUR A. TAYLOR Copyright by American Press Asso ciation, 1911. Occasionally certain events in which there is what we call romance need only to be put in story form to make them twin brothers to fiction. The following is an example: Two men, apparently of the lower grade of Italians, sat chatting in a wine shop in Naples. The face and hands of one were begrimed with coal dust, for by the carrying of tbat fuel he earned his living; the other was not at the time following any especial call ing. "Gennaro," said the coal heaver, "tell me how to proceed to become a mem ber of the Camorra." "What do you mean by the Ca uiorra ?" "Nonsense. I know that it exists and that you are a member of it." "Well, Luigi. since you and I are close friends I will admit to you that lam a of the Camorra. As to your getting into the society, you must prove yourself in full sympathy with its objects, which are to enable "iiTJiai, I AM IN...

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. — 8 June 1911

A Tribute to Newport Editor Logue, of the lone Record, has visited Newport several times of late, and ha 9 had the opportunity of becom ing better acquainted with our people and town, hence the following which ap peared in the last issue of his paper: As roval entertainers Newport is the goods. Governor Hay may well be proud of the reception tendered him at New port. The banquet was a magnificent affair, attended by 150 of the beauty and brawn oi the city. In fact, the governor has nothing to complain of in his recep tion by the people of the new county. A.B was fitting, the chief city of the new county was chief in the demonstration. Of course we live in lone and we believe in destiny. The stately walls of a court house rise plain upon our vision. Never theless, we doff our hats to Newport and that bundle of double back action get there-tive-ness, the Newport Commer cial Club, and as a citizen of the new County take just a little pride in them. And, we are going to confess it, we a...

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. — 22 June 1911

VOLUME XI FOURTH PROGRAM COMPLETE A Varied List of Amusements Pro vided for the Day. Newport Invites All to Participate The entertainment committee of the Newport Fourth of Julv celebration, under the direction of Dr. O. C. Nelson, has made good progress the past week and the program of the day is practic ally arranged for. The first event of the day will be a team pulling contest at 9:00 a.m. At 10:00 o'clock there will be a ball game between Newport and Metaline Falls. These teams met once before this sea eon, the game resulting in a victory for Newport, and the lower river fellows are lining up to grab off the long end of the $100 purse that is hung up. The noon intermission comes next and at 1:30 the speaking program of the day will begin. This part of the day's exer cises will be held in the huge dancing pavillion to be erected bv the firemen at the corner of Washington avenue and Second street, opposite the Hotel Mar tin. The Declaration of Independence will be read by Rev. N....

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. — 22 June 1911

T. J. KELLY Beet sugar $5.90 Cane sugar 6.1 (I Sack flour 1.35 Barrel flour 5.35 Hams 18 Shoulders .15 Bacon .171 Side meats .13 10 pounds pure lard 1.4(1 5 pounds pure lard .7(1 "10 pounds compound lard 1.20 5 pounds compound lard .SO 4 pounds cottolene .SO 10 pounds cottolene 1.5(1 16 pounds white beans 1.00 12 pounds pink beans 1.01) 11 pounds Lima beans 1.00 18 pounds best rice 1.011 14 pounds split peas I.o® 1 fcan corn • ■ .10 1 can tomatoes .10 1 can string beans .10 3 cans milk .25 1 pound Japan tea .45 1 pound E. B tea .50 1 pound good coffee .25 ' 1 pound best coffee ,35 1 package matches .20 1 gallon vinegar .25 50 pounds dairy salt .60 10 pounds rolled oats, mixed .35 10 pounds rolled oats, pure .35 10 pounds corn meal .25 1 large package crackers .20 8 pounds currants 1.00 1 2 pounds seeded raisins 1.00 8 pounds cooking apples 1.00 4 pounds soda .25 A number of old and new Sewing Machines for sale. Closing them out cheap. Great Northern Railway "THE LINE FOR COMFORT" WI...

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. — 22 June 1911

Burk's Big Uncle Tom's Cabin COMPANY A Grand Spectacular Production! A Big Two Car City Show! CONCERT BAND AND A SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA! WATCH FOK THE *BIG F*REE STTtEET "PA *RA DjE Will Exhibit at Newport, Friday, June 30th ONE PERFORMANCE ONLY, AT NIGHT Grand Free Exhibitions on the Show Grounds at 7:00 p. m. r_: ~1 WEIMER'S LIVERY . • : Complete new outfit, buggies, harnesses and teams. Rates reason able. Day and night service. PHONE NO. 160 r_: H WEIMER'S LIVERY . • : Complete new outfit, buggies, harnesses and teams. Rates reason able. Day and night service. PHONE NO. 160 Moeser Lumber <§>* Manufacturers and Wholesalers of Lumber and Building Material Yards and Office Opposite G. N. Depot Notice of Sale IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OP WASH INGTON. IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF STEVENB (NOW PEND OREILLE], lu the Matter of the Guardianship of George H. Moou, an Incompetent Person—No 809 — Notice of Sale of Real Estate. Notice is hereby giveu that, in pursuance of an order of t...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 22 June 1911

Likes This Section Best Fernie, B. 0., June 6,1911. When I was in Newport recently some of my friends were thinking they could better themselves by coming to British Columbia. It is not my wish to work here and knock against the coun try, but I wish to state that if these people only knew the circumstances and how much harder it was to make a living up here than it is there, thev would be perfectly contented to stay in that vicin ity. I have been traveling over British Columbia since the Ist of last April. Spent three weeks on the main line of the C. P. R., from Revelstoke to Kam loops, stopping at many towns. Spent one week in the far-famed Okanogan valley, and worked from the head of Arrow Lakes to Creston, which is all a greatly advertised fruit country. Took particular notice of the orchards, and can truthfully say that for its age Sidney W. Rogers, of Newport, has an orchard that far surpasses any I have been in .British Columbia. And this is not all. Fullv two-thirds of the sa...

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. — 22 June 1911

The Standing of a Bank is determined, not so much by the law under which it operates as by the character and ability of its management The Security State Bank is under state super vision. The banking laws of Washington Regu late, they do not Guarantee. The state laws prescribe certain rules to be ob served by the men in charge of the bank but the real security to depositors—the confidence of the public—is based on the honesty and integrity of the men who have in charge the bank's affairs. The Security State Bank is officered by men well known to the people of this locality. The stock of the bank and its management are in the hands of home people, men who have gained their business experience and standing right here in our midst. Add to this fact that every loan in this bank has the written approval of the board of direct ors and you have conclusive evidence that this is a safe bank with which to do business. DIRECTORS J. T. PHILLIPS E. W. ANDERSON WM. MOESER FRED STEVENS CHAS. MOESE...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 22 June 1911

; 2 AVIATORS KILLED AT START OF RACE Army Officer's Machine Catches Fire Before He is Fairly Under Way. Paris. —Fifty aeroplanists started from the aviation field at Vincennes on the first stage of the European cir cuit race, which calls for a flight to London and return with stops at va rious places going and returning. Al most immediately after the start two of the aviators met tragic deaths, and at least one was gravely hurt. The dead: Captain Princtau, whose motor exploded in midair, flooding him with gasoline and burning him to death. M. LeMartin, who dashed against a tree, the motor of his aeroplane crush ing his head. The injured: M. Gaubert, ex-lieu tenant in the army. He was found lying senseless near his mach'ne. His injuries are serious. M. Bille, whose aeroplane struck the earth within a mile of the start. He is not seriously injured. Three other aviators fell, Mr. Lor dian near Charleville; Oscar Morison, close to Gagny, and M. Morin at Che vron, within 22 miles of Lieg...

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. — 22 June 1911

1776 Two Base Ball Games-Purse of $100 for Each Game Metalinc Fails Versos Newport at 10:00 a. m. Speaking program in Pavilion at 1:30 p. m. Orations by Rev. F. E. Whitham and E. S. Appel. Songs by School Children. Reading of the Declaration of Independence by Rev. N. S Hawk. Music by Newport Band of 16 Pieces STRONGLY RE-ENFORCED FOR THE OCCASION Program of liaces and Sports 9:00 a. m.--Team Pulling Contest, $15 and $10. 10:00 a. m.—Ball Game, Metaline Vs. Newport, $100 purse. 12 m.--Dinner. 1:30 p. m.--Speaking at Pavilion. 2:30—Ball Game, Spirit Lake Vs. Newport, $100 purse. 4:30=-Free for all Races on Union Avenue—Horse Race $35 and $15. Foot Race $10 and $5. Sack Race $3 and $2. Wheelbarrow Race $5 and $3. Boys' Race, under 14 years, $3 and $2. Ladies' Pony Race $15 and $10. Girls' Race, under 14 years, $3 and $2. Potato Race $5 and $3. 400 yard Relay Race, three men in each team, $15 purse. $200 DISPLAY OF FIREWORKS AT 9:30 P. M. Dancing in Pavilion Afternoon and EveniQg--Danc...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 22 June 1911

CusicK The weather is dry and warm and crops are looking well. The pumps at the dike across the Calispel are working day and night. While they are not able to tak- j care of all the water coming down the Calispel and its tribu taries, yet they certainly are saving a great part of the land which would otherwise be flooded. The Fourth is close at hand and Cusick will celebrate. The pro gram is about completed and the bills will be out in a few days, There will be amusements of vari ous kinds and a grand time is ex pected. Everybody come and bring your wife, your mother, your wife's mother and your best girl and show them a good time, for the Fourth will not come again for a whole year. So be sure to come and enjoy the day. Rev. W. Yeazie gave the Boy Scouts a war talk Monday evening, and the boys report a good time. Miss Laura Berry, who has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Rent frow the past two months, took her departure last week on Tuesday. Mrs. Chas. Johnston, who haß been with h...

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. — 6 July 1911

VOLUME XI CELEBRATION WAS A SUCCFSS Good Ball Games and Sports Amused the People. Large Crowd Was In Attendance. After several weeks of rainy, cloudv weather, which at first promised to con tinue over the fourth, the morning of the national holiday dawned bright ahd fair, with the promise of a splendid day for the celebration, which proved to be the case. Newport entertained what was per haps the largest crowd of visitors in its history. They started coming early in the morning, near-by ranchers driving in, while the trains on the I. &W. N. and Great Northern all brought large crowds. Priest River and its surround ing country contributed largely, while the lower river country, from Metaline Falls north, responded liberally, as did the 1. & W. N. country south of here as far as Spirit Lake. Metaline Falls and Spirit Lake contributed the largest quotas, the bull teams from the respec tive towns being the magnets that brought the people. The two ball games were the big sport in...

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. — 6 July 1911

T.J. KELLY Beet sugar $5.90 Cane sugar ". •• • 6-10 Sack flour 1.35 Barrel flour 5.35 Hams 18 Shoulders .14 Bacon .m Side meats .13 10 pounds pure lard 1.40 5 pounds pure lard .70 10 pounds compound lard 1.20 5 pounds compound lard-..> .60 4 pounds cottolene .60 10 pounds cottolene 1.50 1 6 pounds white beans 1.00 Impounds pink beans 1.00 11 pounds Lima beans i.oo 1 8 pounds best rice 1.00 14 pounds split peas 1.00 1 *can corn .10 1 can tomatoes .10 1 can string beans .10 3 cans milk .25 1 pound Japan tea .45 1 pound E. B tea .50 1 pound good coffee .25 1 pound best coffee .35 1 package matches .20 1 gallon vinegar .25 50 pounds dairy salt .80 10 pounds rolled oats, mixed .35 10 pounds rolled oats, pure .35 10 pounds corn meal .25 1 large package crackers .20 A number of old and new Sewing Machines for sale. Closing them out cheap. New Compartment I Observation Cars 1 To Denver, Kansas City, St Louis 1 The Compartment Observation Car is the "living room" on a I train -the place t...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 6 July 1911

SELECT CULLINGS The Russian Riddle. It is a pity that no clear und 'con vincing picture of the czar of Russia can be obtained. A true interpretation of his character would be curiously in teresting. Here is a man of strange contradictions. His original pronunce nient in favor of universal peace at the beginning of his reign came to Europe like sunshine in a cloudy day—some thing beautiful, but leaving men doubt ful as to its'durability. Was this new autocrat an idle visionary or a strong idealist? Was the disarmament of the world to come from Tennyson's "o'er grown barbarian of the east?" The high priest of brotherhood has since seen the war with Japan; he has per mitted the massacre of red Sunday and the long agony of the Jews; he has witnessed throughout his empire a carnival of courts martial, of butchery and exile. And now again he comes forward with one of the big schemes of a generation—the serfs who were freed by Alexander are to be made free in reality as well as in name; th...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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