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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 10 August 1911

Barnes' Big Shows Bigger and better than ever bfore, the A 1 G. Barnes big three-ring wild animal show will exhibit in Newport for one dav on Tuesday, Aug. 22. This show, which for years has played in all the big cities, and which has won such an enviable reputation with the press, has been making strides toward the top of the ladder until today they command first place as the one real wild animal show in the world. There are more wild animals displayed under the tents of the Al G. Barnes circus than all the combined showß in the world. From the show which amused the au diences before, it has now grown to the proportions which takes 35 extra length cars to convey it around the country, 300 wild animals, 250 employes, acres of tents for the numerous departments, 150 horse for the monster street parade, three big arenas in the main tent, the center of which contains a mammoth steel arena where all the wild animal acts take place, two military bands and the cleanest show which the amus...

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. — 10 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 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 CHAB. 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. — 10 August 1911

WATCHING THE FAIR AMUSEMENT PROGRAM AT SPOKANE Not a chance for a dull minute at the Spokane Interstate Fair this fall. Every hour of the seven days, from Oct. 2 to 8, will have some pleasure all it? own. Each morning there will be concerts by Ferullo's big Italian Concert band, exhibits of blue ribbon live stock in the judging arena and a lecture by Professor Frank G. Odell, the "bee wizard." Promptly at 1 o'clock in the afternoon the band concerts will begin before the grand stand; at 1:30 the harness races for purses, which amount to $2,000 daily; then the running races for purses equally as large, the always thrilling relay race, the big program of circus and vaudeville acts and, last, but far from least, the aeroplane contests between two of the most famous of the world's aviators. Between the close of the afternoon program and the opening of the night show there are acres of exhibits to see and all the new attractions on the Midway. Many good restaurants will furnish everythin...

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. — 10 August 1911

WASHINGTON STATE NEWS OF INTEREST Impo-tant Happenings of the Week From Towns in Our State. Milwaukee May Build. Kennew.ck. —The appearance of en g neering parties along the Columbia R ver, between Kennewick and Priest Rapids, has led to a revival of the rumor that the Chicago, Milwaukee & Paget Sound Railroad is soon to be gin the construction of a feeder from its main line at Beverley to Kenne wick. Men who are in touch with railroad affairs say that they have authentic information that the Milwaukee w.ll begin construction of the Columbia River line this fall. Fill Largest on Coast. Aberdeen. — With average good weather and barring accidents the Ta coma Dredgng Company will com plete the largest tideflat fill ever un dertaken on the Pacific Coast by March 1, 19)12. When fin'shed, nearly one-half of the residence portion of Aberdeen now on "stilts" will be tilled, streets paved and other im provements made. The work will cost nearly 51,000,000. WATER CAUSED TYPHOID Justice Cou...

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. — 10 August 1911

Vail's Siding Carl Teeter went up to his ranch at Blueslide last week. Robert McGregor came up from Dalkena, where he is at work, and spent Sunday with his family on the claim. County Engineer R. M. Vail came up from Newport Friday and spent several days at his ranch. County Commissioner L. L. Mat thews was over the road from lone to Metaline, looking up the condi tion of the road. Mrs. Ray Strong and daughter, of Dslkena, who has been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Sharpe, returned home last week. Mrs. Brekke and children are down at her brother's claim below Metaline. D. D. Birks came up from Spo kane last week. He will be at the Blue Jim mine at work for some time. A. E. Robertson will help him. Mrs. D. L. Lykins and sons, Clarence and Frank, are spending the week with the family of G. S Henry near Sullivan. They will also go to Sullivan Lake. Seemed to Give Him a New Stomach "I suffered intensely after eating and no medicine or treatment I tried seemed to do any good,"...

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. — 17 August 1911

VOLUME XI ML ID BIG EXHIBITION Producers of This Section Will Work for Prizes. At Newport Sept. 28th and 29th At a meeting of members of the New port Commercial Club held at the Town Hall Wednesday evening steps were taken to put under way the project ot holding an exhibition of the agricultur al and horticultural products of this section. The exhibition will be held at Newport on Thursday and Friday, Sep tember 28th and 29th, the week before the Inter-State Fair at Spokane and ar rangements will be made to have an ex hibit assembled at that time for display at the Spokane Fair. An invitation is extended to all to compete for the prizes that will be hung np by Newport business men. The pre mium list giving full particulars is now being prepared tor publication. In the meantime growers should take steps to oave samples of all kinds of products for the exhibition, as an unequaled oppor tunity to advertise this section and make known what it can do in the line of prcducing fruits, grai...

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. — 17 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 .18i 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 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 10 pounds corn meal .25 1 large package crackers .20 8 pounds currants - • 1.00 A number of old and new Sewing Machines for sale. Closing them out cheap. Newport, Wash. HUMOR OF THE DAY The Boy and the Bi'e. A fat man was complacent \ pursu ing his way through an east end str...

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. — 17 August 1911

H. C. FRICK Henry C. Frick, the steel manufac turer, who has announced his retire ment from the directorate of the Union Pacific Railroad. BRIEF NEWS OF THE WEEK New York tea importers are pre dicting a shortage of Chinese tea with consequent higher prices. The census for the Union of South Africa shows a population of all races of 5,938,499, of which only 1,278,025 are whites. ( A special train of the Wabash rail road was held up and robbed by five masked men in a secluded spot be tween Nameoki and Granite City, 111. Of the 60,000 postoffices of all classes in the United States it ia ex pected that approximately 50,000 eventually will be designated as pos tal savings depositaries. Premier Asquith's government, which lays claim to representing the democracy of Great Britain, enforced its will upon the peerage by the nar row vote of 131 to 114. The big spring wheat area of the Northwest has suffered severely from dry weather. Especially is this true in North Dakota, northern Min neso...

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. — 17 August 1911

Communicated. Spokane, August 11, 1911. To the Editor of the Newport Miner. Dear Sir —I should like to say a few word 9 through youi columns to the pat rons of the Newport schools in regard to their relations to the teachers of their children. It is to be presumed that every effort ie made by the directors to secure as teachers young women whose influence shall be in every respect an advantage to the child, women who are well edu cated and refined. It would seem then that the parents would show some inter ept in the child's teacher. Even if they do not feel any personal interest in her for her own sake, they should realize that any teacher who never sees a child except in a room with 39 others is at a great disadvantage, both in her endeavor to understand the child's disf osition or train its mind. The best way to secure a better understanding is for the parents to invite the teacher to their homes. Furthermore, Newport has very little to offer the entire stranger, and I be lieve pe...

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. — 17 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. •jf 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 ol 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. The Security State Bank is officered by men well known to the people ...

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. — 17 August 1911

EUGENE ELY AND THE GURTISS AEROPLANE AT Progress In the science of aviation has advanced by wonderful leaps and bounds, and remarkable achievements in aviation are being accomplished almost daily. The Curtiss aeroplanes and aviators have been well represented in all these records, and one of the most famous feats in flying is illustrated above. Eugene Ely in a Curtiss machine successfully alighted on the United States battleship Pennsylvania in San Francisco harbor In January, 1911, and is shown in the picture Just as he is leaving the man-of-war on his return flight to the aviation grounds at Tanforan Park, eight miles away. Two aviators, including Ely or some other Curtiss bird man equally skillful, will fly every day during the Spokane Interstate Fair, Oct. 2 to 8, and will daily illustrate every dangerous feat and death defying trick known in the art of aviation. Those who saw Bud Mars fly at the Spokane Interstate Fair last year will know what to expect from two aviators contes...

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. — 17 August 1911

WASHINGTON STATE NEWS OF INTEREST Important Happenings of the Week From Towns in Our State. Road Must Pay Estate. Olympia. —In a decision handed town the supreme court affirms the Judgment of the Clark county super ior court, awarding George Seward, udministrator for the estate of O. M Seward, deceased, damages in the sum of $650, against the Spokane, Portland & Seattle Railway. This amount is to pay for damage to property caused by the laying of the tracks of the company along the streets of Vancouver Ranchers Ask Tax Raise. Raymond.—An unusual request was made to the Board of Equalization this week, when a number of Smith Creek ranchers appeared before the board and asked that the valuation on their property be raised. Bottom lands in that section were 011 the rolls at $1, and they petitioned that it be raised to $5. This wa3 in order that a greater fund for road building might be available. CLUBS ON SALOON BASIS Spokane Organizations Denied Bars Under City Ordinance. Spokane....

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. — 17 August 1911

NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that at the adjourned regular meeting of the Town Council of New port, Washington, to be held Friday, August 18, application will be made for the following franchise: ORDINANCE No. —. An Ordinance Granting to William Kirklin, His Associates, Successors and Assigns, the Right to Construct, Equip, Maintain and Operate Telephone and Telegraph Lines and Other Electrical Deyices Along, Under, Over and Under Any and All of the Streets and Alleys Within the Corporate Limits of New port, Pend Oreille County, State of Washing ton. With Poles, Piers," Abutmenis, Pipes, Conduits, Subways, Manholes, and All Other Structures, Apparatus or Appliances Neces sary or Proper for Supporting, Maintaining, Repairing, Protecting and Operating Such Lines and Electrical Devices and To Use Such Streets and Alleys Therefor. Be It Ordained by the Council of the Town of Newport, Washington, as follows: Section 1— I That William Kirklin, his asso dates, successors and assigns, are...

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. — 24 August 1911

VOLUME XI WE OWE STEVENS $81,000 Settlement Between Stevens and Pend Oreille Completed. Commissioners Sign Agreement. The settlement between the counties of Stevens and Pend Oreille, which the suiditors of the two counties have been working on the past ten days, was com pleted at noon today and an agieement ginned up by the Boards of Commission ers of the two counties. By the terms of this settlement Pend Oreille county owes to Stevens county, ii, round numbers, the sum of $81,000. mis sum represents Pend Oreille's pro portion of the bonded and outstanding warrant indebtedness of the parent county of Stevens, including all road dis trict and other indebtedness, after al lowance had been made for the value of the personal property lemaining in the ixjoseseion of Steyens county and cash on hand. The agreement covering the terms of settlement between the two Boards of Commissioners covers 22 pages of type written copy, and it is impossible to give a further synopsis of the agreement be...

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. — 24 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 ML Side meats .13 10 pounds pure lard 1.30 5 pounds pure lard .65 1 0 pounds compound lard 1.10 5 pounds compound lard .55 4 pounds cottolene .60 10 pounds cottolene 1.50 1 $ 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 10 pounds corn meal .25 i 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. Newport, Wash. EXTRA SESSION CF 620 CONGRESS FNCS Result...

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. — 24 August 1911

Sullivan News The summer has been an ideal oDe for gardening and harvesting and also for the sportsmen that have visited the lake and creeks. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kegle are happy over the arrival of a baby boy. Harry Mclntyre, of the lake, is entertaining two of his school teachers from the summer school at Spokane, which he attended this summer. Mrs. J. W. McAbee, living at the farther end of the lake, has been on the sick list the past week. Mrs. D. T, Lykins and sons, Cla rence and Frank, spent the past week at the home of G. S. Henry, on the Sullivan Lake road. It having been decided to hold school on this side of the river, the school will begin in September. County Superintendent Hester C. Soules was here and approved of Eldred building as a school house for the coming term. A. R. Poskey returned from Spo kane last week. He brought with him Miss Cook, as housekeeper. L. Gothman and family, who spent the summer at lone, will re turn to the ranch this week. Louie wears a broad smil...

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. — 24 August 1911

■KING ON nil PLANS Local Committees Preparing for Pend Oreille Exhibit- All Growers Asked to Participate. Great interest is being aroused in the Pend Oreille District Exhibit to be shown at Newport September 28 and 29. Farm ers all over this section are preparing to enter their choicest products, and a most interesting competition for the premiums may be expected. The local committees are at work get ting ready the details of the exhibition, preparing the premium list, etc. The ladies' committee is also getting busy, and the ladies' department of the big show may be expected to rival the in terest in the products of garden and field shown by the men. The matter of securing speakers from Washington State College at Pullman has been taken np with the college offi cials, and an answer to the request for speakers is expected to arrive any day. The college has been asked to provide a speaker on general agricultural and horticultural topics and one on domes tic science, A trip through the...

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. — 24 August 1911

Be Safe It is better to get Four per cent, and Know your money is safe than to in vest in some Oil. Mining or Town- Site Scheme that promises much and usually takes your Principal. $1. OPENS SECURITY STATE BANK ffibc Newport Hfliner Thursday, August 24, 1911. FRED L. WOLF. Editor and Publisher. Entered in the postoflice at Newport. Wash. agtoD as second class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE $1.50 EACH YEAR OFFICIAL PAPER PEND OREILLE CO JUST AMONG OURSELVES Benson has sterling birthday spoons. Second hand sewing machines, $5, $10, $15 and $20, at Kelly's. Margaret Presleigh, Priest River, Idaho, giaduate nurse. 11-4 W. F. Schmidt has returned from a several weeks' stay at Soap Lake. The Baptist ladies will hold their next social Thursday, August 31, at the home of Mrs. Shreve. For screen doors and windows, made . to ordei, leave orders at the shop. Phone 46-2. F. E. Lehmkuhl. M. A. Burroughs, manager of the Phelps Lumber Co.'s store at Cusick, was a Newport visitor Wednesday morn in...

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. — 24 August 1911

THE GRAND STAND ENTRANCE AT THE SPOKANE FAIR Last year 50,000 people went through the entrance shown above during the six days of the Spokane Interstate Fair and about 45.000 more attended the six night shows. The "Standing Room Only" sign was up at nearly every performance, and so great was the crowd that the fair management decided to increase the seating capacity of the grand stand, and an addition has been put on which will enable this mammoth stand to comfortably seat more than lO.fXK) people at each performance, and so well planned is this building that every seat commands an excellent and an uninterrupted view of the racetrack and vaudeville stage. The day program for this year, to be seen every day during the week of Oct. 2, Is very attractive and includes six races, three aeroplane contests, a concert by Ferullo's famous Italian band and ten big circus acts. The night spectacle is to be absolutely unique. In fact, very few of the details have been made public, but it is to ...

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. — 24 August 1911

HOW TO BUILD A SAND-CLAY ROAD Proper Drainage Must Be First Consideration. SIDE DITCHES ARE GOOD. Before the Combination of Sand and Clay Has Become Thoroughly Dry It Should Be Dragged Every Morning to Smooth Out the Ruts—Care Should Bo Taken to Keep Ditches Clean. When a sand-clay road Is built upon a clay subgrade proper drainage is one of the mos* esseniial tilings, for unless the subgrade of the road is dry and Arm the surfacing of sand-clay is sure to break through, says t'rofessor M. G. Homes of the University of South Carolina. Ordinarily side di;ches, which must be large enough to carry off all of the water falling on the road, will be sufficient. These side ditches should be widt and shallow rather than narrow and deep, as thus they will not be h trd to keep open nor dangerous to travel. They should be from four to tive feet wide and from one to one and a half feet deep, sloping three to one on the side next to the road and down to one on the outer side, and they should hav...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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