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FKIK.NUs L’HUtll.’IL—Servie«. e v e r - -
day ut 11 u. lu. and 7 p. m. and Thnrv.l-
a. m. S ih h ith 8cho.ll every Sunday al 1.1 a. m
Monthly Meeting at M a. m. tue tlr-i .-tin n ii
iu eaeîi month, quarterly Meeting the aee.-n I
Saturday and Sunday la Kebrurary, May,
August uud November.
EVANGELIC VL C H l'R C ll.—Regular ». -vice
flrrt aud third Sundays of e ich m nth at ta ■
m. : see. ml and fourth Sun 1 iy . at 7 p. m. Sah-
bath School every Sunday a t 11 a. in.
PUOFE ’.'It >N AL CAULS.
.1. B l ’H T M O O K K ,
RGKON. Ofllee, M
IA N AXD S l’KGEON.
. tiros liras Sture. N e s Iters. Greeon.
— II. Cook, S. K. uu.l .lait sCummins was bis birth-day by being presented with
of Kansas, ami A. IV. T->w!cr, o. Illinois, a handsome wicker locking chair.
in Newberg, Momlay Thov ox
— le-.'S. !! ¡wards, proprietor of Hie New.
a t to lovalo 1 on*.
I erg Tile Factory, says lie is receiving a
—People are wondering where the (Ire great many lo.lers inquiring for tile in
was Monday night. The Aea.lemy liell an-u r to the advertisement in thoG iurn-
was heard to ring about thrcc-quarteta of ic. Every tile on tho yards is engaged
and he cannot supply the demand. As
an hour near midnight, but no tire.
soon as the weather will |iossili!y jiermil. S'*
—James Mies and M. Funk of Wiehita, the Factory will begin running again, and
Kansas, were at tho Railroad House a few will endeavor to supply all who want it
days this'week. They are looking at the with tile.
country with the view of purchasing.
—lack Smith presented us with six
—There is a Debating Society that
every Wednesday evening at the
.L O C A L S E W S O F T H F W E E K .
CheLaleui Mountain school hou: . They
—I.in l’arker went to Portland yester have some very interesting discussions.
—Mr. H. E. Willis, of Wilsonville, wa-
—See Henry Austin’s new “ ad” in this in Newberg. Thursday, lie came f r the
. purjio.io of making arrangments to enter
tho Friends Pacific Academy next Mon-
—Carl Stanley is suif.-ring with a sore
--Every-ono sjicaks well of the new
—The Railroad House has ten regular management of the New berg House. One
would judge that proven ler is plenty and
—Tho Narrow Guage train was late well served from the looks cf the Land
—Fred Churchman returned last Mon
—Rev. Frank Moore, who is attending
the Willamete University, at Salem, spent
—Hugh Concanon made a trip to Port Sunday in Newberg visiting his father
and brothers. He returned to Salem,
—Mr. Vinton, of Illinois, was in town
—Rev. F. D. Holman, of Salem, con
again this week.
ducted the services at the Evangelical
—Ben Harris, of Dayton, was in New- Church last Sunday. In the evening the
berg last Tuesday.
house was well tilled an 1 the sermon was
—Mr. George Frank went *o McMinn instructive.
ville. Monday morning.
— Jim Colestoek, who has been workin;
- M r . Scarce called, with Mr. Wvtnan, for J t “se Hobson, returned Monday, from
a t th e G rauic office Friday. \Ye' hope Tilla,nook " 1,era 1,0 " ent to
j Holidays. lie reports that the roads are
Mr. Scarce has come to stay
j very good.
—Clarence Atwood of Connecticut, ar
—Mart Goo Ison, wboeu’ Ids ankle about
rived in Newberg last Saturday.
six weeks ago while working in the logging
—Charley Moire has sold his house and camp at Hobsons’ saw mill, called on us
grounds to Mr. D. E. 11 <’ low ay.
last Momlay. Hu had quite a serious
—Mr. H. Hurley, of Lafayette, was in time with his ankle.
Newherg several days this week.
—Thomas Turner, cf Lincoln Co. Wash
—Miss Dolly Ilarlwiek will start to ington Terriory, who recently purchased
a farm near Newberg, has arrived with
school at the Academy. Monday.
his family. We are glad to welcome such
—Oliver Reese, of Vermilion Grove, '
men as -Mr. Turner.
111., arrived in Newherg this week.
—Phillip Bowennan, of Springfield
—J. T. Smith will start to Southern Cal
Linn Co., has gone into partnership with
ifornia, on a visit, in a week or two.
his father, .1. II. Bowennan, in the fruit
— J. II. Bowennan ami son aro fixin business. They are fixing to plant a large
to plant 1000 prune trees this spring.
orchard, as soon as possible.
—Several parties are getting out a lot of | —Henry Austin lias moved into his
railroad cross ties just north of town.
¡new Barber Shop, and is now ready for
—The Newberg sportsmen will attend business. Those wishing a good easv
j shave, or their haircut iu the latest fash-
a shooting match at Lafayette, today.
j ion will do well to tall on 1 :m.
—John Winters and John Hardwick,
—Will Ilolston, who is so well and fa-
of Middleton, were in town Wednesday.
; vorahly known to the people of Newberg,is
—Mrs. A. T. Haworth lias been very very dangerous,y siek. with typhoid pneu
sick for a few days, but is getting better. monia, at his home in Portland. 11 is
—Don’t forget the meeting of the New many friends hope for Iris speedy recovery.
berg Choral Society at Mr. Wymans’ to
—A. S. MoDunald, who is teaching at
Butteville, made us a pleasant call last
—Mrs. J. B. Mount has been confined Monday, lie is looking around with a
to her room for a few days, with a bad view of investing in properly here. We
hope he w ill conclude to locate among us.
Newberg Furniture Store!
Just Use J 3 i 7 e d
r e a l 1C s t a t e T r a n s f e r s F o r X l i e L a s t W e e k .
S P R IN G S ,
DO YOU WANT A HOME
H i « 1’ g Y
ESSLS SO FA S,
" I U B rY A DESIRABLE RESIDENT LOT .10x130 FEET IN NEWBERG AND
I ' l « choice . «ere fruii tract w ithin em y reach of town.
|7V dow n, the remain-
uer in .> annual paym ents.
This is an exceptional opportunity to make
a valuable iuvestm eut.
OIL CLOTH CARPETS, I O O *
"'H J' MI'Y A CHOICE 10-ACRE FR t'tT TRACT WITHIN ONE AND A HAL :.r
m iles of N ewberg,
a ll o th e r a rtic le s k e p t in a first-class furn
“x i W 1 " I U - 1 U \ A, TR.G’T
MO ACRES OF BEAUTIFULLY SITUATED LAND,
itu r e store. See o u r goods before
V\ w . 1 f wnu'h is especial V adapted to fruii. grain or grass, within a few rods ol
the IV A W. V
. K.. and one ami a half m iles of Kowberg. all th is property w ill be »»old
p u rc h a s in g e lse w h e re .
on long terms by a payment of one-third down. Parties who wish to in v est iu
town property, or fruit laud, w ill do w ell to w rite to us»
P IC T U R E FRAMES MADE TO ORDER.
F u r n itu r e d e liv e re d fre e of Charge to any SAMUEL HOBSON,
p la c e in tho city.
O. E . H O L L O W A Y .
O lllc c o v e r M o o re H ro s ., D ru g ; S to r e .
A. Ï . HAWORTH, Agent,
Newberg, Yamhill Co., Oregon.
DEALERS IN .........
— S l'l'I I
N u r s e r y Stock*
Cooper it Son, proprietors of the New-
b rg Nursery, have on hand a full supply
of nursery stock aud are prepared to till
orders and supply the trade. Call at the
new nursery, near the tile factory, on
Portland street, Newberg, Oregon.
a New and W ell Assorted
S tock of
SOFA LO UN G ES,
mammoth carrots weighing twenty-five !
pounds. The largest one weighed live anil ¡
one-fourth jioiuids. The seed was sown
in May and the carrots were pulled the
29th of December. Mr. Smith raised one
hundred bushels this year from seven
ounces of seed. They make splendid feed a n d
for stock and lie uses a great many for
—Two weeks ago F-mith Pros., proprie
tors of ihe Pioneer Stable, inserted a no
tice in the G raphic , offering a reward for
a stolen horse and for tho arrest of 11. •
thief. In less than a week they received
a letter in answer to the ‘ad’, saying that
such a horse had been sold at Damascus.
Levi Smith left at once to see if it was the
stolen horse, and found both the horse
and saddle. He returned and on Monday,
Smith Bros., accompanied by Fred
Churchman and Mr. Mauppin, went
down to prove the property and bring it
homo. They returned Wednesday night
with the horse, saddle, bridle and halter.
The only thing they failed to get was the
saddle blanket. It pays to advertise. It
pays to advertise in tlie G raphic .
TERM S R EASO N A BLE.
N ew berg Tile F a cto ry.
AND C O N V E N I E N T
H a v e j u s t c o m p l e t e d a n e x t e n s i v e a d d i t i o n t o o u r lio u . s e , w e a r e
p re p a re d to a c c o m m o d a te r e g u la r o r tr a n s i e n t cu sto m e rs
b e tte r th a n ev er before.
Jesse Edwards to A. R. Carter, lots 3
to 14 inclusive; block 50; $131.00.
W e h a v e C o n s t a n t l y oil l i m i l i a S u p p l y o f
Jesse Edwards to T. E. Armstrong, lots
1, 2 and 3; block 57 ; $45.00.
Jesse Edwards to A. S. McDonald, lots
ir s t
la ss d r a i n
4. 5. (!, 7 and S; block 57; $75.00.
Jesse Edwards to Mr. Peters, lot 1; |
A ll S i z e s , F r o m 2 1 -2 to 112 i n d i e s , a t R e a s o n a b le P r i é e s . A lso
block 55; $15.00.
Jesse Edwards to Herman Schmitt, lot
B u i l d i n g a i u l P a v in g ; B r i c k . T ile D e liv e r e d o n C u r s a t
2; block 55; $15.00.
F a c to ry P ric e s .
Jesse Edwards to Alt'. Moore, lots, 1, 2,
3, 4, 5 and («; block 29; $150.00.
Jesse Edwards to Mary E. Moore, lots
7, s, 9,10,11 and 12; block 29; $180.00.
J. M. WRIGHT.
NEWBEG MEAT MARKET.
I k ; a Cititi telim i cf M, foil’, Mrj aid Gas.
H A N SO N & JO NES.
W a tc h M e e tin g .
On New Years Eve a company of young
folks stuitcd from town in a wagon with
no spring seats but plenty of side boards.
They came to a halt at the residence of
Mr. and Mrs. Alf Reese, about 11 miles
from town. Mr. and Mrs. Iicene were
not expecting company, but they noon
adjusted themselves to the merriment of
tlie visitors, and a pleasant time was the
result. The time was agoeablv spent in
playing games, pulling taffy and making
popcorn balls. They t aw tho olJ year
out and Ihe new year in. They then
drove back to tow n and dUtrttmted them
selves at tho proper slreet corners, all
feeling that they had a good time.
ir n o s .,
Jesse Hobson, Pres’t.
B. 0. Miles, Vice Pres’t.
F. A. Morris, Sec'y.
J. T. Smith, Trea’r.
THE CUE I TA LEM V A L L E Y
d r u g .-*,
—D. B. Reasoner, of Middleton, called
—The pump at the water tank on the
«ki i .hi
I’. & W. V., is being overhauled and re at the G rai 'BK- offieo Thursday. Mr.
8 0 A I \ t
Reasonei is from the same county in Iowa,
PLATED AND GOLD JEWELRY,
as one of the editors of the G raphic , and
TOILET AND FANCY ARTICLES
—Mrs. J. T. Smith and daughter, Lillie it seemed like meeting an old acquaint
A I.en p Y e a r S o c ia l.
went to Portland Saturday aud returned
A Leap Year watch meeting was given
—Mr. 11. Whitman, an experienced by a few of the ladies of this place, at the
—J. P. Mattingly, traveling agent for Watchmaker and Jeweler, from Michi Hall of the ladies dormitory. The fore
Frank Bros., Portland, was in New berg gan, commences business in Moore Broth j part of the evening was spent in playing
ers’ Drug store Ibis week. A good Jeweler t games and devouring nuts and candy.
—Mr. Ilammet lias been clearing the will do well iu this place, and we think j Tiie boys were then invited to retire from
Wishes to inform the people of
ground for the brickyard near the rail rod, he is the man.
the dining room, and they promptly
west of the depot.
—Tiie Y ’s finished reading tho book
were served and a very intorest-
—Ed. Nelson, of Illinois, has been look i entitled Mabel’s Work, last Sunday. All and
. i • in the . book
i and , i . mg ” fnendlv - contest
ing around Newberg this week. He will were deeply interested
. . ensued,
. . tho earlv
T h a t b e is lo c a te d
probably locate here.
we hope, the lessons taught by it will prove
to all tho memliers. It is not
—E l Rowan returned Monday, from a benefit
, , , . , .,, , . , ...... ; strumental and vocal. The New Year nr-
decided what book will bo taken np
. . .
Silver Lake, W. T., where lie lias been yet ili
rived and the company extended a vote
spending the Holidays.
! of thanks to tho matron of the Hall, and
W I T H
—D. P. Statton Is having a dock built | dispersed. The meeting was a grand suc-
—The shooting match in Newberg New
A’ears day was weli attended and some ubout half a mile below the Wynooski cess if the girls did wait till the last day
j warehouse, on the Willamette river. He in theevening.
good shooting was done.
lias taken the contract to furnish sonic of
A c a d e m y N o te s .
—Mr. Scott Inglis, one of the G bapi < the steamers with wood. Mr. Parks of
force, went to Portland on business, last i the firm of Buchanan & Parks, is putting
School opened again last Monday, afte
W hich he u'ill sell a t reasonable rales, A ll
a weeks vacation. The Board of Trustee“
Saturday, anil returned Monday.
in the dock for him.
and several patrons of the school were
k in d s o f produce bought a n d sold.
—Miss Francis Rogers, of Little Falls,
—Mr. A. P. Oliver was up from Port present.
W. T., came to Newberg this week with land Wednesday, night to attend the
Prof. Morrison and Miss Milos attended
the intention of attending school.
special meeting of Board and get more a teachers institute at Lafayette during
—A car loaded with bran was wrecked samples for the Portland office. Any nice vacation.
about one mile north of Vincent’s station sp .-¡mens of grain, vegetables, fruit, dried
The Bchool adjourned for a short time
green or canned, will lie gladly received Tin snav afternoon to observe tho eclipse.
on the P. A W. V., Monday night.
and returned if wished.
The F. P. A. Boarding Hall girls will
• —Twenty five lots were sold in New
—Prof H. T. Griffith, practical Phrenol- undoubtedly he in demand, for what
berg Monday, before the raise in price,
J. B. MOUNT, Proprietor.
ogist and Physiognomist will deliver three j young man would not “ hanker” after a
which took effect January 1, 1839.
succc.dve lectures at Newherg. begining girl that would split wood for him.
—Newton Bolton, is clerking in J. T. Jan. 14. subject first night “ Phrenology j Napoleon Monroe will not be in school
— . a . f u l l
l i h e
o h 1—
Smith's store. Newt will make a pleas as related to human advancement”, sec - ' any more until the spring term. He is
ant anil popular man to trade with.
onri night,“ How to read character”, third now at work on his fithers cattle ranch,
—Rev. Jesse Fdwards, wife and night, “ Love, courtship and marriage.
A student* prayer meeting was organ-
| izeil last Wednesday evening.
daughter expect to start to Southern Cali First night free.
and every other aitiele usually kept in a first-class
The Literary Society have changed
fornia on a visit, in about two weeks.
—Jesse Edwards recently sold five head
—Miss Nancy Atkinson, who has been \ of thorough-bred bliropsliire sheep to Mr.
at home during the Holidays, returned to Scroggins, of Sheridan, for (150.00. He evening. The hour, also, was changed
Salem where she is attending school.
also sold George Christenson a good high ; from Ii ;45 to 7 P. M.
I Make a Specialty of Tinning and Plumbing
Shropshire buck a few days ago. | l eap year is past. Think of it, girls!
—Jesse Edwards has moved one of his
Think of the op|«ortunities gone forever,
in all its Branches.
engines from the tile factory to his barn Mr. Edwards keeps some of theliest thor- that you might have employed in making
for the purpose of chopping grain for iris ough-bred stock to lie found in this part
viari the hearts of the boya, yet bow few
of the country.
have availed themselves of the chance.
A ll K i n d s o f Ke¡>..¡rii|o; N e a t l y a n d l* ro n i]d y I t o n e . C o m e In
—A Union Sunday School has been or-
—W. T. Andrews and Benson Warner
P eck an I B c s ii e l .
a n d S e e m y H to ek .
both of Kansas, arrived in Newberg Mon ganizeil at the Newherg f. bool house, '
I». M O U N T .
ri i r . i : i i i».
day. They are stopping at the Newberg 1!. II. Pettijohn, Supt., Mrs. Thomas, !
Asst. Supt., Mr. Thomas, Sec , and Mr.
Wyman, Treas. The Sunday School is PAKKKTT—EVF.IIEST.—At Ihe hom e of the
—Mr. W. C. Hockett, a Methodist min at t l a. m. and is followed by servises at hom e of Ihe b rl'li-.’ parents, Mr. and lfrr.
Roil hou E verest. Jan. ant. lu d , Mr. S i in mil
ister, and daughter, of Winlock, W. T. eleven. It is ¡pine I to he a Union school,
P.irretì 1 1 M is. Dillte Everest; Dr. Asron M ill.
are here on a short visit to his brother-in- and every bocy is invited to take part
law, Mr. Paul Mary.
Mr. Parrott Is a member of the firm of
and help make it a sue «.ss.
Parreti A Par ret t, successful Merchants of
Mr. II. Whitman called at t h e G r . u h i i
—“ We have nognilde«! chariot or pranc-,
office last Tuesday, Mr. Whitman is first ing steed, but we get tiuTe just the same” Dundee Oregon, and the bride is the
dm glder of Reuben Everest, who for
d o s s jeweler and is thinking of going into
—tiie next day—and with stopping for
many years bus been a respecte I resident
business in Newberg.
kindiing wood and l«oo»tin<g a stray wheel
of this place. May a happy life lie theirs
—Joseph Atkinson, returned to bis onto the track ¿ind milking the cows.
studies at the Willamette University in They can't lie expected to do any b -tter,
Kopt Constantly on Hand.
Sale» last Wednesday. He has been at but just “ wait till the clouds roll by” and
Ill F !..
we may make the trip all iu one day from
home during the Holidays.
II OiI.E Y.—At her horn-
ovtiers. JsniisryX .
—Christmas, New Year and the tax here to the city.
H adley, S f a i H
st 7 p m , Mr«.
collector, each spent a day in Neal «erg,
—When B. C. Miles came home from
during the Holidays. We are glad they the store Thursday evening, he found a
Mrs. Hadley suddenly became paralyzed
don't come but once a year.
number of bis frien Is assembled in the about six we-ks ago, and has been eon-
—Mrs. Jane Votaw preached an ex c 1- parlor who were apparently there to have st.n.tly getting weaker ever since until
em sermon last Sun lay morning at- a good time. H * joined them and a very sli • pa--e 1 quietly au I pvt •••fully away,
th? Friends Church. T. e h «use was well picas, nt time was had. Toward Ihe do- - Thursday ( ti ning. The bereaved family SM IT H BROS.
■ of the evening lie wai rcm 'nlcd tls.i! ii have »hr -i.apathy of their many fricL-ls. I
JiiitaJ and all aecuivd interested.
BOARD OF IM M IG R ATIO N .
Newberg, Yamhill County, Oregon.
Goods Warranted as Represented.
Newberg and Vicinity
m Railroad Oepot
General Stock of Merchandise
Give him a Call.
NEWBERG HARDWARE STORE,
and Sale Stable.
Li v e «
Double and Single Turnouts
Is incor|iorateil under the laws of the state for tho purpose of inducing immigration,
improving our town and delvcloping the many natural resources of
our surrounding country, and is neither a wholly specu
lative scheme nor charitable institution.
lias more than doubled in size and ;>opiilution tho present season, because she ha*
the natural facilities for making a good little city, and her wido awake
energetic citizens are substantially improving and taking hold of
business in a manner that inspires confidence in the new
comers. Almost all lines of business are repre
sented, and our slrip|iing facilities enable
our merchants to give
River Steamers land three-fourths of a mile from the town at the lowest water mark.
Thu advantages for fruit raising in Chehalein Yulley are unsurpassed
on tho coast,
- 35T 1S
T E R Y ,
Tho stock is mostly subscrilied for a large fruit cannery which will be in opcralioa
the coming season.
We are now negotiating for a competent eanner. Tho
Board has the business and resident lots of the oi glnaf town for
AND HOBSONS ADDITION.
They also have nie* five and ten acre tracts near town for those wishing a con1
venient little country home.
For further information call on or
address their Munagers
MAIMS, O LIV ER & WIMGIIT,
who do a general land and agency business and have as good a list of all kinds oi’
land as any firm in the valley which they will gladly show intending
settlers free of charge.
If you want to buy come where bargains aro for sale.
Board and Transient Stock
Carefully Cared For.
Insurance Effected and Money Izianed on itcalestate.
M ARIS, & OLIVER,
If yon want to sell leave
your land where buyers come.
Motor' tl Business Care-’