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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 6 July 1911

BULL TEAM IMG RECORD Have Lost But One Game This Season. Will Continue Base Ball Season. Newport and Spirit Lake ball teams engaged in a ball game Sunday that kept the crowd guessing to the finish, or rather to the end of the game, as it was not finished. At the end of the eleventh inning the score board showed three for each, and as it was time for the Spirit Lake boys to leave the grounds to catch their train it was decided to call the contest a draw. Cliristenson and Scott were the bat tery tor Newport, with Cilly and Hana cher lor Spirit Lake, Christy worked in good form, and should have won his game handily, but several errors at critical points robbed him of the honor. CillV aiso worked well and kept our boys guessing and unable to get in the win ning run. Anyway it was a mighty good game, one of the kind that keeps the fans on edge, and it was too bad it could not have been fought to a finish. As our boys had already beaten the Lake team three games this season, the draw is n...

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. — 6 July 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. MOE...

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. — 6 July 1911

ITEMS OF INTEREST FROM OUR STATE Chronicle of Important Events of Interest to Washington Readers. "Gek" Conclave at Spokane. Spokane. —Fraters from all over the western country, including Washing ton, Oregon, Utah, California, Idaho, Montana, Nevada and Colorado, and New York and Massachusetts and the provinces of British Columbia and Al berta, representing 24 chapters, will gather in Spokane to attend the fourth biennial convention of Gamma Eta Kappa in the hall of the Doges, July 11 to 14, which will be preceded by the eighth annual Gamma district con vention, July 10. Lad Runs 43 Miles to See Father. Centralia. —To reach the bedside of his father, whom he believed to be dying, i4-year-old Royal Eubanks raced on foot from Morton to Cen tralia, 43 miles, in 13% hours. When the little fellow, utterly worn out by his terrific exertions, threw himself into his mother's arms, he fainted dead away after hearing the news that his father was safely on the road to recovery. POTATO BUG APPE...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 6 July 1911

RECIPROCITY VOTE BY END OF JULY l_ a Follette Will Make Longest Speech in Presenting His Tariff Amendment. Washington. —The Canadian re"i proc ty situation has cleared to a marked degree and a canvass of the Senate was in every way assuring to friends of the measure. With not more than a dozen set speeches in prospect and with eight-hour sessions on the program many of the senators count on a vote before the end of July. The most formidable speech still to be made is that of Senator La Fol lette. He will present his long-prom ised tariff amendment to the recipro city bill and will talk for three or four days, discussing the tariff even more than reciprocity. These amend ments will be in the nature of a sub stitute for all other tariff suggestions. With reciprocity disposed of, it is believed that the session will not be greatly prolonged. The "standpat" Republicans are disposed to concede a vote on the wool and free list bills. The Democratic senators have said from the beginning th...

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. — 6 July 1911

Casick The grand "'Old Fourth" is past once more and every body seems to be well pleased with the good time they all had on that day, no one killed and no accidents reported. The day was ushered in by the blowing of whistles and firing of cannon at midnight of the third. The celebration was well attended and everything went off in good Bhape. The first exercises of the day consisted of music and several patriotic recitations by the young people and little folks of the town, which were held in the hall, after which the people repaired to the picnic grounds where a long table was spread and everybody placed there good things which they had brought and proceeded to enjoy themselves in the good old fashioned way and every one got acquainted with every one else. The way the fried chicken and other good things dieapeared made us think of the good old times when we were at home with mother. The dance at the hall in the evening of the 4th was well attended and everything went off in fine sh...

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. — 13 July 1911

VOLUME XI COIILE CO. GETS CMC! Will Transcribe Records for Pend Oreille County. Well Pitted To Do the Work. On t ridav the Board of County Com missioners of Pend Oreille county award ed the most important contract in con nection with the organisation of the new county, when they let to the Title Guar antee and Investment Co., of Colville. the job of transcribing from the records of Stevens countv that part which af ects title to property in Pend Oreille county. While there were a number of bidders for the contract, some of them offering to do the work at a less figure, the Board decided that the successful bidders were best qualified to do the work correctlv and promptly, the character of their bid, which was comprehensive in every de tail, demonstrating a full understanding of the undertaking. The price to be paid is 7 cents per folio and 2 ceuts extra for indexing. The county furnishes the books in which the records are to be entered, and these booas are already at Colville awaiti...

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. — 13 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 .1 Vi Side meats .121 10 pounds pure lard 1.40 5 pounds pure lard-- .70 t0 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 12 pounds pink beans 1.00 1"| pounds Lima beans 1.00 1 8 pounds best rice 1.00 14 pounds split peas 1.00 I'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 1 0 pounds corn meal .25 1 large package crackers .20 8 pounds currants 1.00 12 pounds seeded raisins 1.00 V 8 pounds cooking apples 1.00 4 pounds soda .25 A Sew Clos New Compartment 1 Observation Cars 1 To Denver, Kansas City, St. Louis 1 The Compartment Observation Car is...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 13 July 1911

Commissioners' Proceedings Newport July 3.—The Board of County Com missioners met in regulat session. Commis sioners Sutherland and Atherton present. The regular monthly payrolls of the county officials were approved. Board adjourned to July 6. July 5 —The board met pursuant to adjourn ment All members present. Minutes of 'uly 3 read and approved. The following changes In numbers of school districts by the county superintendent of schools were approved by the board. Dist No. 115, Stevens county, changed to dist So 1, Pend Oreille county. ' Dist No. 166 Stevens countv, changed to dist No 2, Pend Oreille county. Dist No. 136, Stevens county, changed to dist No 3, Pend Oreille county. * Dist No. 145, Stevens county, changed to dist No 4, Pend Oreille county. Dist No. 130, Stevens county, changed to dist No 5- Pend Oreille county. Dist No. 88, Stevens county, changed to dist No 6, Pend Oreille county. Dist No. 170, Stevens county, changed to dist No 7, Pend Oreille county Dist No. 152. ...

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. — 13 July 1911

Papers Recorded in County Offices Deeds—Lizzie McKay et vir to Emil Pebrman, $1500, lots 11, 41, 42, 63, 54, j 64, 65, 66, 76 and 77. Chippewa add to lone. Nina Allen et vir et al to E Pehrman, $3225. lots 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 79, *0, 82, 83, 84, 85, 86 and 87, in Chippewa add to lone. Wm L Keevil to Martha E Gallimore, $1, si swi, nei swi and lot 9 in 1-30-44, exc 8 95-100 acres. | Chas E Lutz to Frank M. Smith. $1, lots 4 and 5, blk 8, Scott's 2nd add to Newport. S P Creson to W R Butler, trustee, $600, lots 8 and 9, blk 1, Martin's add to Newport. Patent—U Bto Clarence C Binkley, ei nei, swi nei and nwi sei, 18-32-43. Deed—J Victor Sandstrom et ux to C F Bell, $350, lots 3 and i of 4, blk 14, Scott's 3rd add to Newport. Lease —John Jacobson et ux to County of Pend Oreille, $45 per mo, 2nd story of lot 3, blk 3, Talmadge's add to Newport. C F Craig et ux to County of Pend Oreille, $95 per mo, lot 2, blk 3, Tal madge's add to Newport. Water Right—W H Wright to public, waters of Bead...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 13 July 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 o! Washington Regu late, they do not Guarantee. The state laws prescribe certain ruleß 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. MOES...

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. — 13 July 1911

ITEMS OF INTEREST FROM 00R STATE Chronicle of Important Events of Interest to Washington Readers. Wahkiakum Rioad Will Cost $50,000. Cathlamet. —The $50,000 bond issue, bids for which were opened this week, was awarded by the county comm.s- Bioners to the state of Washington, whose bid was 5 per cent par, with the privilege of optional redemption of any or all bonds on interest date after August 1, 1912. The money from these bonds will be used to con struct a county highway across Wah kiakum county, from the west line of Cowlitz county to the east line of Pacilic county. Good Roaders to Meet. Raymond.—The committee appoint ed by the Good Roads Association at a recent meeting here, to select a date for a big Pacific county get-to gether meeting to be held at Long Beach, has announced August 5 as the date for the big gathering. The purpose of the meeting is to discuss matters of general interest to the county and road matters in particu lar. CHARPIT METHOD FOR LAND Washington State Co...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 13 July 1911

fIECIPROCITf Bill IS TO GO UNCHANGED Passage of Measure Without Amendment is Indicated by Senate's Vote. Washington.—The defeat In the £»nate of one of the Senator Cum mins amendments to the Canadian reciprocity bill, made it clear that the measure is scheduled to emerge from the Senate without any change liom its original form. By a vote of 32 to 14 the Senate refused to attach to the bills Sena tor Cummins' proposal to give Cana dian fresh meats and meat products free accese to the American markets. The vote defeating the amendment showed three Democrats, three regu lar Republicans, and eight progres sives lined up for a change in the agreement. This Is believed to re flect accurately the strength of all proposed amendments. Nearly all the Democrats and regular Republi cans are opposed to a change in the bill, while the progressives favor the amendments. Those voting for the amendments were Bailey, Simmons and Thornton, Democrats; Sutherland, Nelson and Clark, regular Republicans;...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 13 July 1911

Giving Liquor to Indians Serious Offense The following from the Statesman- Index. of Colville, might be a note of warning to some: Connelly R. Potter, of Springdale, gave an Indian a drink of liquor. The marshal of that town was a witness to to the incident. Potter was arrested and brought to Colville. At the trial Judge Carey asked Potter if he did not know it was a violation of the law to give liquor to Indians. Potter, who is about 24 years of age, replied that he had heard that it was, but he had not given the matter much thought. He Baid he had asked the Indian to take him to a certain place. The Indian had con sented to do so. But when he and the Indian were in the wagon, ready to start, the Indian said: "I'll not take you unless you give me a drink." Potter said that under the circum stances he thought it advisable to give the fellow a drink, "Then you are guilty as charged?" in quired the judge. "Yes; T gave him a drink, all right," said Potter. The judge kindly reminded Pot...

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 July 1911

VOLUME XI NEWPORT'S BASEBALL RECORD What Our Ball Team Mas Done To Date. Defeated by Fast Montana Teams. Newport has reason to be proud of the record made by its 1911 base ball team. The team has played consistent good ball from the begining of the season and has to its credit a string of cleanly won victories. Not only has the team made a good record but its member have never failed to comport themselves as gentle men and dirty ball playing cannot be charged against them in a single in stance. Manager W. F. Schmidt has done good work in giving Newport a winning ball team and the result has been the most enjoyable season the fans of the town have enjoyed in recent years. The following is the record up-to-date made by our boys: Dolby Clothiers, of Spokane, won 12 to 9. Spirit Lake, won, 12 to 8. Spirit Lake, won, 11 to 0. Hamiltons, of Spokane, lost, 6 to 5. Metaline Fall?, won, 5 to 0. Phoenix Lumber Co., of Spokane, won B to 4. Varney-Somers, ot Spokane, won, 9 to 6. Hamiltons, of ...

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 July 1911

T.J. KELLY Beet sugar $6.05 Cane sugar 6.25 Sack flour 1.35 Barrel flour 5.35 Hams 19 Shoulders •'••• .14 Bacon au Side meats •••• Ml 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 t0 pounds white beans 1.00 15 pounds pink beans 1.00 12 pounds Lima beans 1.00 18 pounds best rice 1.00 14 pounds split peas 1.00 1 can corn — .10 "I 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 n Sewiri Closin New Compartment 1 Observation Cars 1 To Denver, Kansas City, St. Louis ■ The Compartment Observati...

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 July 1911

My Vision A Girl Sees Herself and rears Her Mind Is Giving Way By Edna T. Wilcox Copyright by American Press Asso ciation, 1911. There Is a moment in my life that I can never forget Can yon guess what it Is? A death scene? No. A pro posal of marriage? No. A terrible ac cident? No. Well, what is it? Thf seeing of my own individual self In duplicate. I was sitting at a typewriter in an office where I was at the time employ ed. and. happening to look out into the court, there on the other side of the quadrangle at a window one story be neath me stood my own individual per pon. The only difference between my other self and me was in the dress. I. sitting at my typewriter, was in plain office costume; I in the other part of the building was richly clad in street dress. I dropped my work, rose from my seat and, pale and trembling, went to my employer and asked to be excused "ONE DAT I SAW IT AGAIN." for the rest of the day. He saw by my appearance that something of mo ment had happened an...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 20 July 1911

BIG DEAL IN HEAL ESTATE Famous LeGlerc Ranch Sold to Spokane Man. $70,000 for Eight Hundred Acres. One of the realty deals ever negotiated in this section was consum mated this week when Wm. Merrv weather, of Spokane, purchased the Le- Clerc ranch. The property is situated on the east bank of the Pend Oreille river, opposite Jared station on the I. & W. N., and is about 30 miles from New port. The ranch was the property of the Le- Clerc brothers, Napoleon, Felix and Ar son. and consists of 800 acres of timber and agricultural lands. It. is one of the beauty spots along the Pend Oreille. About 400 acres are in cultivation, the balance being heavily timbered. The Bale price iB $70,000, which includes all personal property and crops on the place. The LeClerc brothers have been res idents ot the vallev lor nearly 30 years. They have worked hard to improve their place and several years ago built a dike to keep out the flood waters of the Pend Oreille, which was the first attempt at d...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 20 July 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. f The Security State Bank is under state super vision. The banking laws of Washington Regu late, they do not Guarantee. •f 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. T 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 CHA...

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. — 20 July 1911

ITEMS OF INTEREST FROM 00R STATE Chronicle of Important Events of Interest to Washington Readers. Centralia Gets Commission Idea. Centralia. —A movement has been started and is receiving strong sup port in Central'a to establish a com mission form, of government in this city. The movement was brought about by the attempts of the Wash ington-Oregon corporation to secure a 50-year water fanchise in Centralia, and the evident inclination of the city council to grant its diemands in the face of strenuous* opposition by local property owners. Grain Bags Run Short. Walla Walla. —With grain bags at eight, cents and hard to get at that price, farmers fear they will have a shortage here tnis year that \may cause damage before it ends. There aire few sacks now in the city and the penitentiary output is contracted for a month in advance. TRAMP STEAMERS MAY LOSE New Bill in Washington Would Regu late Jobbing Vessels. Olympia.—One result of the new public utilities bill may be to practi cally wi...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 20 July 1911

SENATE SETS DATES TO VOTE ON IHLLS Adjournment Expected About August 7, With No Opposi tion From House. Washington. —The Senate agreed upon vot ng dates for the measures now pending before <it. The leaders reached a decision, which presages adjournment soon after August 7. The agreement followed a series of conferences between Senators Pen rose, La Follette, Martin, Smoot, Bai ley, Stone, Borah, Bristow and other senators and was formally offered in the Senate by Senator Penrose as leader of the Republicans. The dates set for votes on import ant bills pending in the Senate are: July 22, Canadian reciprocity; July 27, wool revision bill; August 1, free list bill; August 3, congressional re apportionment bill; August 7, Arizona and New Mexico statehood bill. House leaders agree there will be no opposition to the adjournment plan# of the Senate. The House committee on ways and means is working on a revision of the cotton tariff, which will be taken up in the House next week. About 1...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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