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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 20 July 1911

Papers Recorded in County Offices Patent—U S to Fred M Williams, nei 14-31-34 Warranty Deed—Amenda Tipton to Fannie Gregory, $1, lot 5 blk 17 Scott's 3rd add to Newport. Agreement—W A Cannon et ux to Fidelity Lnmber Co., $200, to extend time of removing timber on aei 26-34-43. Warranty Deed —Panhandle Invest ment Co to L F Kirchan et al $500 lot 6 blk 13 lone Placer Location —Jens Jensen et al Calcimide Placer claim in Metaline diet, being nei nei 21; swi swils; nwi nwi 22 & sei sei 16-39-43 Patents —U S to Henrietta E Miller swi 14-32-44 U S to William H. Wilcox, nei 25-36- 42 U S to Christianson L Anderson, s£ sei 23 & ni swi 24-36-42 Deeds —Panhandle Investment Co to T Ward $1100, lots 7 & 8 blk 12 lone Panhandle Investment Co to T Ward $550, lot 7 blk 13 lone William C Sopp to John Johnson $75 lot 81 in Chippewa Add to lone Nina Allen et vir et al to Jonas Gus tafe Johnson, $1, lot 78 & w 25 ft of lot 17 in Chippewa Add to lone Carrie G Hanson et vir to Harold N....

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. — 27 July 1911

VOLUME XI PREDICTS A GREAT FUTURE Logged-Off Lands Are Marvel ously Productive. Large Areas Await Cultivation. Daniel E. Willard. development agent, who was delegated by Howard Elliott, president of the Northern Pacific Rail way Co.. to make a thorough investiga tion of the cut-over timber lands in Spo kane, Stevens and Peud Oreille counties, Washington, and Bonner, Kootenai and Latah counties, Idaho, declared at the close of a tour, covering six weeks, that the agricultural possibilities ot the dis trict were almost beyond the grasp of the imagination. "I have investigated the soils, cli matic conditions and water supply, as well as the grains, grasses, roots and fruits grown in the country extending 100 miles north, south and east of Spo kaue," Mr. Willard said before return ing to St. Paul, "and my experience was a series of growing surprises. I had not the remotest idea when I came into the country early in June, that there was one-tenth as much really desirable farm land as I f...

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. — 27 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 .m Side meats .121 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 .(0 10 pounds cottolene 1.50 16 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 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 6 pounds currants "(J)0 12 pounds seeded raisins 1.00 8 pounds cooking apples 1.00 4 pounds soda ,25 A ni Sewin Closin ' 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]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 27 July 1911

ITEMS OF INTEREST FROM OUR STATE Chronicle of Important Events of Interest to Washington Readers. Mountain Trails Made. ' Woodland. —A new station near the Big Muddy and the Lewis River, about 40 miles above Woodland, called the Lewis River Station, new trails to Mount St. Helens, Spirit Lake, Toutle River, Cowlitz River, Green River and points north and east, covering Glenwood, Gaulon, Race Track, and Mount Adams, also a new and shorter trail to Camp Butte from Trout Lake (Lake Merrill) are some of the features of the work to be ac complished by E. E. Robertson, dis trict forest ranger, during the coming year. Hay Crop Particularly Good. Ellensburg.—A. F. Hitt, traveling crop inspector for the United States Department of Agriculture, was a vis itor in the city and said that the crops in the three northwest states were the best in the United States and that the hay crop of this section was par ticularly good. Hay in other sections of the country has fallen off 20 per cent. STATE HAS...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 27 July 1911

Funeral of Ralph K. Kennedy. The remains of Ralph Kennedy ar rived in Newport triday morning from Salem, Oregon. Funeral services were held at the Congregational church in the afternoon, Rev. F. E Whitham officiat ing, and were largely attended by sym pathizing friends. He was laid to rest in the I. O. O. F. cemetery on "the lot adjoining the resting place of his mother, the services at the grave being conducted by Newport Masonic Lodge, of which Ralph was a member. Ralph K. Kennedy was born in Can ada Sept. 3, 1879, and moved to Super ior, Wis., when a boy. He came west fifteen or sixteen yerrs ago, and lived in Newport and Dalkena for a number of years, working on the Pend Oreille river in various capacities. He was married Aug. 27, 1909, in Pocatello, Idaho, to M iss M. L. Hall, of Newport. Since April 1 he had been firing on the U. S. dredge Champoag on the Will amette river near Salem. Oregon, the dredge having recently moved to the Eola Rapids, above Salem. The par ticulars re...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 27 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. MOES...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 27 July 1911

RECIPROCITY RILL IS PASSED DY SENATE Measu *e Goes Through Without Amendment by Majority of 26. Washington, D. C—Tbe reciprocity trade agreement between the United States and, Canada embodied in the reciprocity b 11, that proved a storm center in two sessions of Congress, passed the Senate without amendment by a vote of 53 to 27. A majority of Republicans voted against it. Of 53 votes for it, 32 were Democrats and 21 R publicans. Of the 27 against, 24 were Republican and three Demo crats. . Bourne, Borah and Heyburn voted against reciprocity, while Chamber lain, Jones and Poindexter favored it. Thus the Northwest broke even. The Canadian Parliament has not yet acted on the agreement and with one exception the provis ons of the •bill as passed by Congress will not become effective until the president issues a proclamation that Canada has ratified the pact. The except'on to this procedure is in the paper and pulp section of the bill, which will become immediately effective when the pr...

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. — 27 July 1911

AFTER INVENTORY SALE! We have just finished taking inventory and find ourselves entirely overstocked. Consequently causing us to put on abso lutely the greatest money saving event in the history of Newport. At this great event you will find only seasonable merchandise, something that the present season demands. In glancing over the bargains offered below you will readily see the advantage of attending this particular sale. An opportunity of a lifetime is at hand—a time when you can save 14 and in most cases 1-2 on absolutely every purchase you make. Men's and Boys' Furnishings, Clothing and Shoes at almost your own price. In putting on this sale cost of goods has not been considered. Our object is to unload and make room for fall and winter goods. We can work together in this. You can get just the merchandise that the present season demands and at the same time help us make room. 500 Pairs Mens' and Boys' Shoes, Less Than Cost In going through our Shoe Department we find as in all o...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 27 July 1911

Papers Recorded in County Offices Deeds—Samuel A Hanson to Directors of. School District No. 135, $43, 33-100 acres in lot 6, Sec 11-36-43. Gale Schiefla to Henry Tweedie, $1, *ei, 23, and n£ nei, 26-30-45. Christina G Hoage to Fred Purcello, $500, lot 6 of Hillside subdivision, being in nei nwi, 18-37-43. Patent —U S to John A Warner, lot 1 in Sec 2-35-43. Warranty Deeds —Panhandle Invt Co to J A Warner, $550, lot 9, blk 12, lone. Frederick Wm Vuurman et ux to A C Perrott et al, $800, nei swi, 14-32-44. State of Washington to G W Suther -1 tnd, $lu9o. n£ nei, 20 32-44. G W Sutherland et ux to Panhandle Lbr Co, $1, all merchantable timber exc Doles and wood on ni nei, 20-32-44. James Dougherty et al to Riverside Mining & Milling Co, $1, Riverside No. I, Riverside No. 2 and Rivereide No. 3, quar'z lode mining claims in Metaline mining district. Patent —U S to David C Begge, w£ nwi and n± swi, 26-31-44. Deeds —Larsen Realty Co to A J Mitchell, $500, lot 23, blk 1, Metaline Falls. ...

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. — 3 August 1911

VOLUME XI in FROM FOREST LAWS 1 Extracts Regarding Burning In Closed Season. Should Be Observed by Everyone. The dry, hotweatherof the past couple of weeks has resulted in making condi tions that favor the ignition and spread of forest fires. The following extracts from the Forest Production Law of Washington should be read and ob eerved by all: See. B—No one shall burn anv forest material within any county in this state in which there is a warden or a ranger during the months of June to Septem ber, inclusive, in each year, which per iod ia hereby designated as the closed season, without first obtaining permis sion in writing from the forester, or a warden or a ranger, and afterwards com plying with the terms of said permit; and anyone violating anv provisions contained in the preceding portions of this section, shall, upon conviction thereof, be fined not less than twenty tive dollars ($25) nor more than five hundred dollars ($500), or be imprisoned in the county iail not exceeding...

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. — 3 August 1911

T.J. KELLY Beet sugar $6.50 Cane sugar 6.75 Sack flour 1.35 Barrel flour 5.35 Hams 19 Shoulders .14 Bacon Mi Side meats Mi 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 16 pounds white beans 1.00 15 pounds pink beans 1.00 12 pounds Lima beans 1.00 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 V .25 \ 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 ni Sewin Closin ' New Compartment 1 Observation Cars 1 To Denver, Kansas City, St Loins ■ The Compartment Observation Car is the "...

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. — 3 August 1911

ITEMS OF INTEREST FROM OUR STATE Chronicle of Important Events of Interest to Washington Readers. Lawyer Saves Friend. Aberdeen. —Frank H. Carr, rancher and cattleman of Paul's Valley, Okla., said to be worth $300,000, was re leased from jail at Monteaano, where he had been for the past three months p waiting trial on the charge of obtainig money under false pre tenses, and left immediately for his home in Oklahoma, accompanied by Norman Pruiett, lawyer, who made a long journey to the Coast to secure the release of his friend. Centralia Man Thojght read. Centralia. —It is believed in Centra 21a that the man giving his name as John Hill, who died at the railroad hospital in Tacoma July 14 after be ing run down by a Northern Pacific train near Tenino, was Andrew Juine, who mysteriously disappeared from Centralia several weeks ago after tell ing his wife that he was going to Tono to look for employment. The description of Juine tallies with that of Hill. OLD CAPITOL BUILDING GONE Ash H...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 3 August 1911

The Weather Prophet Says: that the present low prices of our furniture cannot continue long; that our disturbance in prices has caused a flurry in many households. There will be Sunshine in many homes when the present storm of patronage has blown over. Furniture may be your problem. We solve it at the lowest cost. Newport FURNITURE Company A. R. TISS, Prop. Plain Little Every-Day Plan Is our way of running a Grocery Store. We sell for cash at a very close margin, or in other words, on a small profit; therefore we turn our stock quick, which means fresh stock received every day. Trading where you have to pay cash means that you are not helping to pay some one else's bills Try our store and find the differ ence in prices and groceries. Everything to please you or your money back. Respectfully, Vawter & Graupner South Side Grocery The "Little Brick" Saloon Newport, Washington Rainier bottle beer, per barrel $11.00 Rainier keg beer, % barrel. 2.75 Whiskies Old Crow per quart $1.50 C...

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. — 3 August 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 whojiave 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. MORS...

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. — 3 August 1911

PROSPECT FOR BUSY WEEK IN CONGRESS Future Legislation Depends on Action of the House During the Week. Washington.—A busy week is in prospect for both houses of Congress and it is likely that before the week ends the calendar will be cleared for several of the important matters now pend ng and the date fixed for the final adjournment. The president has cancellcd all outof-town engagements for the near future and will probably remain in the capital until the session ends. The situation in the House is the key to the entire tariff tangle in Con gress. Upon the action of the House this week rests the possibility of fur ther tariff legislation at this session. Speaker Clark expressed confidence that a wool bill would be agreed on in conference and that it would be signed by the president. Other House leaders, however, adopted a more pessimistic view of the presi dent's attitude and expect him to veto any wool bill framed by the pres ent Democrat-insurgent Republican ooal:t:'on in the Sen...

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. — 3 August 1911

The Mountain Man Secret of His Solitude Is Solved By Agnes G. Brogan Copyright by American Press Asso ciation, 1911. The three had attracted much atten tion from the time that they had start ed out upon their long journey—tlie beautiful woman with the somber eves, her golden haired little son, who iiiude his way with confidence into the arms and hearts of passengers alike, fl nd the bright faced girl who devoted herself tirelessly to both mother and child. "Who is she?" a curious one asked of the boy. "Your governess or moth er's companion?" And Bobbie wrinkled his brows thoughtfully. "Most of the time," he answered, "she is just our friend." The train slowly wound its way up the mountain slope one sunshiny morn ing, then stopped at a little settlement, where many passengers alighted to en joy the view. The beautiful woman gazed listlessly at the glorious pano rama spread out before her, while the girl caught Bobbie by the hand. "Come," she said; "we will gather some wild flowers." ...

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. — 3 August 1911

LeClerc Sale Completed One of the biggest deals ever made by the firm of McCrea & Merryweather in high-class farm lands was closed Mon day, when the final papers were made out and the big LeClerc ranch at Jared, Wash., on the Pend Oreille, was trans ferred to William G. Merryweather,who will move to the $70,000 ranch to take charge this week. Mr. Merryweathei is the department manager for the McCrea & Merryweather real estate firm of this city, and has pur chased the LeClerc ranches with a view of making them his home. The 810 acres have a frontage of three miles on the Pend Oreille river and have moun tain streams as well as a number of fresh water springs. The consideration of $70,000 gives the purchaser almost 500 acres of cleared land and the remainder is fine yellow pine timber. Mr. Merryweathey gets 150 acres of timothy and 140 acres of oats that are being harvested, as well as cattle and machinery. He will leaye to take charge of the property as soon ae deal is closed...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 10 August 1911

VOLUME XI MNTY VALUATION GROWING Increase of Half Million Since 1910 Assessment. Showing Justifies County Division County AqseßSor James Algie, of Stev ens county, has completed the footing of the assessment lollsof Stevens and Pend Oreille counties, showing a total valua tion of all town lots and acreage as fol lows: Stevens county, $5,457,452; Pend Oreille county, <2,283,468. This does not include railways, telegraph and tele phone lines, which will be assessed by the state tax commission. The total real estate values of Stevens county for 1910, exclusive of railways, was $6,862,- 634; railway valuations, $1,702,019, and personal property, $1,706,238. The totals on the personal property rolls for the new county have been footed up by our own assessor, E. D. Purchase, and are almost a million dollars. The Panhandle Lumber Co.'s plant at lone is assessed at $100,000; the Portland Ce ment plant at Metaline Palls is assessed at $260,669.12. The total assessed valu ation ot mercanti...

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. — 10 August 1911

T.J. KELLY Beet sugar $6.50 Cane sugar 6.75 Sack flour 1.35 Barrel flour 5.35 Hams 19 Shoulders .15 Bacon .17i Side meats .121 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 IS 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 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 1 0 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. Go Journeying 4 East There'll be so much to tell about when...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 10 August 1911

ROOSEVELT SAYS HE PREVENTED PANIC Tells Committee He Approved Steel Merger to Save Country. New York. —Accepting full respon- j 6ibiUty for his approval of the gob bling up of the Tennessee Coal & Iron Company by the steel trust during the panic of 1907, Colonel Theodore Roosevelt told the Stanley steel in vestigation comm'ttee that the mer ger was "necessary to save the coun try from financial calamity." The former president asserted that E. H. Gary and Hency C. Fr.ck, who visited the White House to secure per mission to absorb the Tennessee com pany, told him that it was the only way to stop the panic. With old time vigor and emphasis, Roosevelt reviewed the panic. He declared h.s one object was to prevent disaster. For two hours the members of the committee bombarded him with ques tions. In summarizing the testimony at the close of the investigation Roosevelt declared: "All the information I had at that time and all the information I have received since leads me to believe th...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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