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NEW B E R G GRAPHIC.
F. E. HOBSON.
W . M. H IATT,
IIIA T T
W. C. T. U. COLUMN.
NEW BERG OREGON.
What Oaa be Done by Teachers to “ Fortiori uiiri Home nml Native The Wonderful Growth and Prosperity
L a n d .”
Develop a Taste for Reading.
of the Town and Valley-
k HOBSON, Editors and Prop’s.
I 'a j e r
Y a m h ill
C o u n t y T each er*» In M tftu te .
[Mas. F A. Moulds, Press S u p e rin te n d e n t'
c iiu k o
: k x rit.vcT» f r o m c u n -
A r tic le
From the last I mm up of the
W est Mi ore.
sections, therefore it would seem that
proper management is all that is necessary
to make a canning enterprise successful.
F'or the shipment of fresh fruit, l>oth the
railload an I river will be open to every
grower, 11I10 can take advantage of the lo
cal market in Portland, or can sell there
to ship|>ers for the eastern markets.
Among the improvements of the year,
tiie foundation of a live weekly newspaper
is one of the most important, reflecting,
as it does, the enterprise and vitality of
the town. The G raphic , published by
Hiatt A Hobson, issued its[ initial num
ber tiie first week in December, and at
once demonstrated its right to be classed I
in the first rank of the rural press of Ore
gon. It will be of great assistance in tiie
wurk of making the town an 1 valley well
and favorably known abroad. No one
who selects Newberg for a borne will ever
lane occassion to complain of tho stagna
tion of tho place or the lack of enterprise, i
public spirit anil neighborly kindness of
tlie people, who are so hospitality o|x*n-
ing their doors to receive every one seek
ing sueli a pleasant ar.d desirable homo.
Ml si; ELL AN Kill's.
Livery, Feed and Saie Stable.
I suppose if some of 11s who have a
The most prosperous an progressive of
V I5M X IO N S l ’ K K H K S .
SA T U R D A Y , JA N U A R Y
taste for reading, were asked the question
the small towns of Oregon is New berg,
"H ow and w hen did we obtain the habit?” N a t io n a l tv. t l - T . U ., N e w Y o r k . O c t. 10- 13. ttie business center of tiie fertile and
I m m ig r a t i o n
raaxcis e . will van.
we would have to say, “ We cannot tell.”
beautiful Chehalem valley, and there are
The |K>(>'.ilation that should occupy the In many cases the reading habit is horn
“ Next to God, tiie greatest organizer is good reasons why this should tx.* tiie case.
Pacific Northwest and is necessary to cre- with m, as are many of our natural ten liie mother. She who sends forth from It lies in the midst of an agricultural, fruit
uto for this section tho prosperity anil dencies, and we read because it is natur tho sanctuary of her own being a little and dairy region unsurpassed in the west,
al for ns to. In other cases early sur child, lias organized a spiritual world, and has an o'ganization of citizens zeal
wealth it is fully capable of, cannot get
roundings and circumstances had much and set it moving in the orbit of unchang ously and intelligently engaged in the
here because it cannot pay tho rates of
to do in developing a desire to read. lVr- ing law. When I graduated from college work of making its a I vantages known
transportation that are (Ionian led and are
liups some of our early recollections, are iu Sufi, there was not on the face of the and inducing settlement and the invest
reasonably necessary to reach here.
those of evenings sjieiit at homo, in the earth, I venture to say—certainly there ment of capital. Under tho new man
It is not claimed that emigrant rates
homo circle, when father and mother was not in my native land, the most pro agement 'of the Chehalem Valley Board
nre not as cheap as the railroads can af
read aloud from some interesting book. gressive of all— a national society of of Immigration, a great many industrious
ford ; and yet tho question comes up con
Perhaps it was a fragment of some story women. We worked on in weakness and people have been supplied with homes in
tinually, whether, all circumstances heinp
which mother related from her early i seclusion, in loneliness and isolation. But and near the town, and a great work of
considered, the railroads cannot nfiord to
reading that gave ns our taste. Or it may we learned at last the gracious secret that improvement lias been going on. Clieha-
bring this needed population to this side
have been the child« story book, which has transformed the world for men and lem valley is pre-eminently adapted to
o f tho continent for less than what seems
was sure to come at Christmas time, that marie them masters. From this time on, the culture of fruit, and is destined to be
a paying figure. Tlioro are not many
did tlie work for us. Again, I be'ieve the world will have in it no active, organ tiie most famous fruit region of the Wil
con litions »hero money can he made by
that the taste for reading is developed :c force so strong for its uplifting as its or lamette valley, of which it is a part. Rec
losing money, but tho old figure of “ east
from tho* mere presence of the family li ganized mother-hearts. You will notice ognizing this fact, the board has pur
I n c o n a is t e n t .
ing bread upon the waters and finding it
brary. Many children liavo an impas- the breadth of my generalization. 1 do chased much desirable land within a ra
A ft or tho United States government lias
after many days’’ comes in as a parallel.
sionate desire for books, simply because not say all mothers, because all women dius of three miles of the town, and has expended thousands of dollars in helping
Tho transportation companies have the
father and mother have their hooks, and who are technically mothers are not divided it into small tracts of ten acres explorers to make tho conquest of the
most direct interest of all existing forces
are occupied with them. Children like mother-hearted, w hile many a woman is each, which are held for sale at extremely North Pole, it does seem a inconsistent to
i i tho prosperity of the country. Kvery
hook« for play thin »«- I believe this to so, from whom the criss-cross currents of low prices, which enables orchardists to arrest a man for making love to Mary A n
c tizen of the Pacific lives and works to
have been largely the influence which es- ' the world has with-held her holiest crown. h.jjAbjt home intown, enjoying all the so- derson.— Terre Haute Kxpress.
bring them traffic, and a man or family
Who would win must follow a chosen path, enut religious and educational advantages
tub!¡shed tho habit in my own case.
located in the West is a source of income
Fattier had his library, consisting of as the engine does the track, or the tele there ottered,.while being in easy com
to them. If the country was full, and
not very man / volumes, but they were graph mesesgo the wire. This you have munication with their orchards. Private
production increased, there »’onld be as u
great companions of his when not at work. seen, and it lias made you skilled labors parties are pursuing tho same wise and
II . W H I T M A N ,
consequence more products to bo shipped
I always wanted anything that my father ers in tho temperance cause. It is hard liberal course, and it is bepond question
0 at and supplies to coino in. Population
wanted. I also believe that tho special to tie patient with the A li's of total absti that nowhere in Oregon can a ten-acre
is a sustaining power for all such corpor
in Moore Brothers’ Drug Store.
line of reading which I lo»*o so well canto nence, when you are away over in the fruit tract and a town lot bo purchased on
ations and it ought not to he a difficult
from a simsliar cause. Not wanting to polysyllables of prohibition and its de- such favorable terms as at Newberg.
problem to decide how much an average
give me a goo I hook for a plaything, I rivitives; hut we were all there once, and When it is [considered that these lots are Repairing of W atches, Clocks and Jewelery
newcomer would be worth iri the future
Neatly Done and All Work Guaranteed,
was given one of father's ol 1 (' mistook’« it is a very hopeful place in the temperance unsurpassed in fertility, that the climatic
and how much tho railroads can afford to
Repairing of Fine Watches a
Natural Philosophies, which on account spelling hook. l e t us possess our souls in conditions of the valley are such that fruit
contribute in the way of chea|ier trans
of long use was minus the hack.
But patience until the storm ho overpast, con superior to th it of most any other section
portation toward increasing the |»pula-
this was mv look, an I when father would fident that those who begin where we be of the State is produced, and that Nevv-
1 ion of the country. There are hundreds
bu reading of evening«, I must have it to gan, with personal prohibition, will, at a berg is hut twenty-five miles from Port
of tlio.ixan Is who would come hero if they
rea I. I I oeamo interested in the pictures, day not distant, see that national prohibi land, the great distributing market, vvith
could, from tho cold states.
and this w is the first book that I read to tion is the necessary sequel to the law they which it is connected by tiie Portland &
the best kind of people, on ergot ie and
any extent. I read it and became inter have made unto themselves, on tho prin Willa nette Valley railroad, and by the
go > 1 workers, whose presence hero would
neatly done. I will also keep a good
ested in it long before I could un lerstuud ciple that what is morally wrong can nev regular lines of steamers on tho Willam
mean development an l production.
the philosophical principals.
Oregon and Washington had two millions
H o o k s iin ii P a p e r s t o H e n ri.
But all children are not as fortunately can never be politically right.”
town, it must ho recognized that tlie in
of inhabitants instead of half a million,
Good order is exjiected.
situated in life as som > of us have been.
tending fruit grower, on either a large or
tlie result would bo that railroad traffic
I E N l ! Y A U S T IN , Proprietor.
MARY A, I.IVERMORK.
Marly circumstances nn I surroundings
xv Mild bo stimulated and the country wit
“ When we began the work of our or- opportunity.
have boon such that a tas’e in tho oppo
ness an I experience still greater growth
FO R O il EGON C A S K E T C O M P A N Y ,
site dire lion has been developed, a: d
During t ie past six months forty-five |
and moro satisfactory progress. This re
th ) question naturaly arrisos, Can wa as hand was the reformation of the drunkard. pieces of farm property have been sold in
..........D E A L E R S IN ...........
sult can only he accomplished by tho es
teachers do any thing towar I developing We entered upon It. We organized reform the immediate vicinity of the town, thirty !
tablishing of low rates of travel that will
a taste for go al rea ling? I biliuvi* we
of them ranging from live to foity acres
coine within tho means of people who
can, and I believe wo are failing in our endeavored in every possible way to pick in area, and nearly ail of them to new All work done with dispatch and guaran
cannot come otherwise. It would give
woik ii we do not do so 11 (tiling ¡1 tliii up the fallen, and how superbly the sa comers, many of whom have begun an teed to give satisfaction. We respectfully
this country a lundanee of labor, as well
solicit a share of your patronage.
line. But in this, as in m my other prob loons hcl|>ed us in thalt way. They called energetic improvement of their property,
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as home seekers to occupy vacant lands
lems of life, no (Infinite rule can he form- I us noble Christian women; they gave us with the intention of bringing it into a N EW BER G ,
and produce harvests from them. Some
ulated to go by in all case (. Tho physi
productive condition as speedily as possi
thing needs to lie done to stimulate immi
cian cannot succeed by giving tho same was a work they approved of; for after wo ble. Three large gangsof men areut work
gration and fill up our vacant places.
medicine to all tlie various cases under
clearing land, and a large h o ly of land 1
When we consider that half of Oregon,
his charge. Quinine may he good to ad- j his right mind once more, ho was a better will soon ho ready for planting.
or more, is almost unoccupied and un
minister in ease of fever, but Potassium j patron over and over again for the paloon,
During the last six m mtlis, t«'0 hundred |
known, and recollect that where settle
chlorate might do more good in cases of j J for lie had a littlo more money in his and ten unimproved lots were sold, and
( N e a r I*. R . D e p o t .)
ment exists there should bo four times as
sore-throat. .So the means that a teacher pocket than he had before we took him in many of the purchasers have already be
m my as there are, tho possibilities of the
may use in tho case of on t student in do- j hand. We found that was not the gun the erection of dwellings upon them, i
future loom up and deman 1 attention.
veloping a desire to read m iv not work at j way that effectually helped 11s, and so we or contemplate such action in tho near fu
A s no other interest will receive the same
all in tho case of another, f wish Icould turned out for some other way, and begun ture. Tlieso sales represent more than
AV’i* have Constantly on Hand a Supply of
Booms Just Completeil and Xewlv Furn
benefit as Iho transportation companies,
impress this thought upon the mind of to look out for th 1 enforcing of tho law. half a hundred purchasers. Several pieces
an I as the bringing of newcomers Is their
each teacher present, that we must know We visited the legislatures— the Executive of improved town property were also sold.
occupation, all naturally turn to that quar
as nearly as possible tho in lividuality of power— for we did our utmost to bring out Though hut five years of ago, Newberg
ter for relief and hope for it through their
lie an 1 could do with our population thus'
^ H ^ ° W M r f % W ,oia^V’ l i ^ ^ blr1uceonrVf
s\ll n iz e s , i* r o m a 1- a t o Hi i n c h e s , a t H e n s o n a b l e I’ r i c e s . A l s o
a desire to ho ¡nvoHtiga’ors or loaders, tho laws wore ineffectual ; that they were
increased is an interesting query.
progress noir being m ulo will enable it to
I t il i liliii” a n t i P u t i n « B r i c k . T i l e D e l i v e r e d on C u r s a t
j We must know this and know it as accur not adapted to tho emergencies. Then
to ho hoped that some wise policy can he
pass some of its older competitors in a
F a c to r y P r ic e s .
'level iped by mean s of which many thou s ately as tho physician must know the wo went to work to have new laws framed. very few years. It is the headquarters iu
symptoms of each individual ease coming We got the host, bills we could drafted and
ands whoso lunging eyes are turned to
Oregon for that proverbially thrifty and |
tinder his charge before lie can administer sent to tho Legislatures.
wards tin North I’anile cau he trans
industrious sect, tho Quakers.
U C ? I ì m i u G iU . J b J i . l
tho proper treatment. But th * nucstion them through, and after that, they were
ported here and Ijecoino pro hieing citi
Friends Pacific Academy, a most excellent J
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at ouce arises, “ How can we know this?” not enforced. If a prohibitory law was
educational institution, is maintained I
W o t !*, A r a b t on a n d P fiss o a.
and 1 will answer that, in almost every
T i ) larg» voto of Boston woman at the case it may he known from a daily study bv the next. If a law with some special there, managed by trustees of the Quaker | c a ’ îco m o ro A 0;iy o f f'd in j an d
C o d y , and D e stro y m j r e i ! j m .n
recent school election has attracted atten of cacti student. Fach student will have sharp point went through successfully, faith, and possessing large and « oil equip j
B e in g s e v e r / ye a r tnan Ad l.tf
tion. There was no'ldng in it after all his individuality. An I probably in all the next Legislature would take all the pad school buildings. The public school'
A r m ie s ot t.ic World.
very gratifying to those who believe in a tho recitations in rea,bn ;0110 student « ill point out and there wo were again floored. is ati admirable on.*, and good schools are
wider field for the sex. in previous school ask a certain lino of questions and show Then we begun to hear about constitution also maintained at six other points in tin* I
valley, so that wherever the settler may
(dictions, the women have voted so spar by a peculiar twinkle
the eye an inter al prohibitory amendments, that would
locate, ho will find the door of tho public |
i''i f r 1 *•, r 1
ingly that they practically bave had no est in a coitain
* of subjects. As for Slav for ten or twenty years; and the next school standing hospitably open.
N ft* Ä»
I « W v\
b ^ fi t. fr«
infili mum in the results. They were, ap example, I can sei* how a student might J thing, Mrs. J. Filien Foster, of Iowa, in
O K K G O X.
U 14 b a
t 1 *r> lt . J J l^,- _
Newberg presents an enlivening and
parently, either indifferent tu I ho practical “how a vivid interest in the following stili Augurate the work in Ilia: State, put her
brand new” apjicarance at the present
T : is w onder o f M odern C lem h-
details of tiie educational advantages for jeets, taken from the Thir l It *a lor, and I sell at the head of tho women of Iowa, and
pronounced to be uncq n l’cd
their children, or satisfied with the way an utter in lifferan 11 t i tin rein lining j in a large measure of Iowa men, and al lime, owing to tho great amount of work
M KMC I NES,
it was being managed by the men. At subjects, Robert Fenton, Crusoe,s lYts, though none of us believed she was to be
vitality o f the body, by supp yi., - ,n
this election tho result turned on a ques Susan’s l ’ets, Sheep and Shephearils, The | successful, tin* whole thing went through tion of new buildings. The large increase
the essential constituents c f trie
tion of prejudice, a mere sectarian issue Crooked Tree, Coals of Fire, What the 1 as she told us it would do, by thirty thous in population the past few months has
Blood, Crain and Nerve Substance,
luise, 1 by ( ’ itholic objection to the use of Moon Saw, The Bigs, Water, Robbins in and majority. All honor to her for the forced the erection of many temporary
SO A P ,
PERFt M ERY,
and fo r developing a I t:-.c Pow ers
ft .vinton's history as a text book in the a Fern-House, llildegard and the F'awn, ! great push she gave us, and for the open- stiii lures for habitations, which will he
PL A TF ' AN D G Gl lì .TKWELRY,
" bools. What their interest iu their Tiie Snail and the Bos--’Insli.
TOU Kl AN TANCA' ARTICLES
| in goi our eyes, for out of that lias come
highest d e cre e . It acts a? .a specific,
when the proper building season opens in
children did not. incline them to do be
1 believe with an observation of this ; everything we liavo done since. I ill medi
fore, their religious bigotry nr bias led kind, mv early teachers could have found j ately. all over the country, ran the more- tiie spring. Wherever the eye turns it
are, fo r the spoe-fy and permanent
rests on a score of new buildings, mute
seventeen or twenty thousand of them to out the natural bent of my niiinl. I I nient for constitutional
cure o f a ’l deran3cm en:s o f tho
>1 > now, and the » hob» issue turned on know, when I came to an article in the j amendments. Kansas has passed one, evidences of tin* prosjierity and growth of
N e-vo r.s and E ’ o cd S p s t—us, Ner
tb'* power of one prejudice to outvote an reader giving a description or relating the Maine passed one. and though tho stati;* the town, while tin* sound of the saw and
vo u s P r e s t r a t o a. C e n t r e ! D e o -
(.filer prejudice. We are not entering in habits of some animal, or telling tin* sto 1 lory la«’ has been suoli as to compel it to hammer tells to tl.e ear the same news. J
it y , U o n ta ! an d P h r e end D e-v'cs-
to Ilia principle of the school contest on ry of some little lioy u hoovereame difficul lx* operative, it is not operative as it should Fifty two new structures have been erected
W ishes to inform the people of
■ ‘on, I n eap an ’t y foo S t u d y o r
its merita in saying this, in nnysenae, nor ties and made a man of himself, a vivid he in any of tin* States where it has boon
lire we exculpating Catholic women any interest was awakened in mv mind,and 1 passed, with the sdi i exception of Kan however, tin? work has been chiefly of a
L oss c f E jo -'.- y a n d A — set to.
snore than Prete.tant women. We sim had my lessons licit >r an I paid more at sas, because the men «dio passed that preparatory nature, so far as building im
Being a Natural Restora ivc, i s c r c r -
ply wi ll to point out the fact— that it re tention during reeitati.in. But when a amendment, and they Republicans, let provements are concerned, but early in
gisin g effects are r.ot fo.lowed by
T h a t h e is l o c a t e d
quired |M*rsonal feeling to stimulate these poem, or somootli *r dry mihj *et »as un me give them all credit, because they the spring building will lie taken up in
correspond in g rcaclien, bet are
women to use their political priveileges. der consideration there »as always n were earnest and desirous that their •arm-st. Among (lie new structures that
P e v m a n cn ;, and a;*o f.'ccj/csily
j will then )>e erected, are a large hotel, a
— Oakaloosa Herald.
strong desire to stick my neighboring! amendment should he operative, indignant
shown, from tho first dr./ c f its
(nilfl/n.-ir t Iirjrt I e r r i.)
administration, by a remarUa'olo
Tlie growth of lliis country is phenom class mate with a pin, or throw a p.qx'r
j block, and a fruit cannery. A fine road In c r e a s e o f th e Iv crv cu s Pot/oi*,
ena! iu its extent, and there is little doubt ball against the ceiling when the teacher
Our nation pays six hundred million I which is now being made to tho steamer
W I T H
vvith a feelin* o f V i-o r, Gtrcn^th and
in the min Is of the statisticians and those
dollar every ( ear to support the paupers, binding « ill tlicii lie graveled and rendered
C om fort to which the patient haa
who li.ive observe I el vvilv tlie growth of
eriniinnln, and orphans made bv the drink 1 first-class highway. Sidewalks will bo
long been unaccustom ed. Tho ncr-
this country since Hi.* census of HSU that erv student under our care, and having trails, and in ISHfi it received ninty-tive laid, and much work of improvement on
vous sym ptom s disappear, as wall
tho r (turns of bail) will show a popffia- found it, it is our duly to apply printer ' million dollars rtrrnue from it. The queen tin* streets will lie done.
as tho Functional D cran-cm cnt.
t ion of over t,t<t (,q ) >. This estimate is ar si i umlauts In develop that natural instinct. ,.f Madagascar relnsed to receive money
Not only do the people of Ncwlierg ex
Sleep becom es calm and refresh-
Jf ir' ii 'it cril at reasonable rates, Ill
rived at in a logical way. and by use of a Vnd to mv min I this can only he done from this traffic, declaring that she would pect to sell choice locations foe orchards,
ing. At tho samo time tho patient
little arithm -tieil r - is c il ig In la t it ile by a system of supplementary reading, a ' “ lake nothing from what brought poverty hut tliey projiose to furnish a home mark
hi.ids oj produce boao/if and sold.
gains flcsli, the features presenting
P ip ll Finn »• is .» , m ,7 -y». Of this total A! system in which a vast variety of subjects and misery to her people.” she also com- et for the fruit raised. Two fruit dryers,
a striking Im provem ent; th o T a co
-t, ..HI I were natives of the United States,
mandivi ber otlieers to thr >w into thè sca ! with a daily capacity of eighty an I one
becom es F u lle r, th e I/ p s H od. tho
an i fi, ( .),fili were foreign born. Thu en this tin* subject* should lie selected with all liquore that « ere under ber control. hundred bushels of prunes, were in opera
E y e s B r ig h te r , a n d ih o S e n C le a r
tire mere ISO, native and foreign, fortini a view to interest and to give mental food Our governm ent m av in bine adopt this tion this year, one of which will I k * in
an d H e a lth y .
The hair c f tho
decide, was alsmt ;t) per cent.
The to as manv students as |*o*sild e. For queen’s vlews. l'n til then, vvo must ree- creased to two hundred bushels capacity
head and beard gro w s and acquires
sain,- rate of i icrc.tse for the decade end ¡ this kind of work a number of hooks ognize in tcn p eran ce 11*ti Wholesale rob- next season. The proprietors are* making
strength, n3 also tho ra i's, shov ir.g
ing H.M will show an increase of
, ( , have been ptih'.Lhed, including, history, ber. a legalued murderer, a sworn fin* to special nrrangments to put their pro hut
importance c f tlio action c f the
(;.!!l persons. The nation is growing nr a I biography, stories, and natural history, elevating. in vi--« of these faets, we are on the eastern market in an advantageous
medicine on tho o rg an s c f nutrition.
won lerfnl pace, and Oil is likely to see i Hawthorn's Tangle.Visi I Tales, Twice tempieri to U-lieve that our goodlv land is manner. Orchardists can sell tbeir crop
It gives back to the human structure,
tin p ip il i!ion u milierò I
U.ttAl— I fold Tales, Wonder Book ami Biograph- ■ ‘ full of gia u ts," and to impure ‘ ‘ W ho t* to tho dryers, or can have it dried on
in a cuitab'o form , the I / v c t - . A n '-
a population greater than th it of any elv- i ¡ral Stories might U> u*rri toan advantage sullìeient for these th in gs.”
shares, if they prefer to handle the prodik t
n r.-ta g . E lem ent c f L .fo v/.h ch
-----.A. V T J I j IL, L i n S T I E
O F —
i ¡Z'd I»Iwer on the face of the earth, m ;in
i a system of supplementary reading.
b s c 00 on i/ r s tc il, a - J ; .¿ r t s an
One of thè n>*t intere-; ¡mt re|s*rta of (or market. F’urther than this, the citi
Viso Irving’s Sketch Book, and a nmiiU*r thè yrnr co n * lo ih troni N. w / ■ alami ; zens havesuliarribcri st.sk for a large fruit
which category Russia, of course, is
important i-flrcn ce c . - c t l y on the
H EA T IN G STO VES,
In* has 1 iâ,o n , i n i now, but of works of general literature which their tirsi A V’»'. C. T. C. was organixrri a cannery, and are now corresponding with
Brain, Spinal M arrow .-.r.d fltr v c u s
W INDOW G LA SS,
System , c f a Nutritive, T is and In.
'bere is no h-qs* of ber ls-ing in a rondi- j should Is* -ven ¡1 th * library of every ve.ir ago, ami th v n o w h a ve six Union* experienced cannery men with tho view
«fili a nie'.nN’rship appro.ii liing two-
v i -¡orating character, t • - r by check
and every other atticle usually kept in a first-class
•ori. even in lì» K), to Is* classisi aa a eivil- I teach*r. Tin* Natural history and B-*;a- humlred. Miss FI. B. Miller thè ellìeient of selecting a proper manager for the en
ing a 'lv .a s 'in g o fth o Vi, Ft„id and
nv of the tteighUirlnxi-l in iv be used to
busi country.— Capital Jmirnal.
tne moro Exhausting P ro cctccs c f
a« ik *n an interest in investigation, « hieb Suporintendent. dose* il, r letter vvith thè terprise. Ileie is a most desirable open-
Life, roa’n ta 'n jn y th a t Lt -.o:ra.at
will alwavs lo id one to a love of reading. follovving: *'We are at present in Un* ing for the right n u n , an 1 the board of
” f was at thè we ldin gat Ilio chtirch : Bill in (dll itever method we pursue let ns mirisi of our w interclassos, bel l at l.eavitt
F o t b y o f t h i t . a ' a o a 1 j .uc- 1 a -
la«t evening. Miss Lighthead. Allow me | make reading attractive and interesting. I lutisi', whi-re ari* earrieri un se« ing, eivik- immigration would he g'ad to hear from
S .-r.-m v.-h’ch re a u c n tho ia ad
n .a -p . -. Choo
D r'U a n t e. id
ing ami t liloring; tliev are self-snpport- any person seeking such a |ositioii,
to congratulate vou on yonr elegant lip
Finivi!» M orrison .
L a o - r e t cs cntii-i !•; ovcrcom i g that
>*s|xviuliy if he ha* sufficient faith-in his
pe iran-e ¡is a bride* mairi, You won* I'riend's Pacific Aea lemv.
Inactive a id sluggish citp osi-
a eourse ol' medicai talk*, ami hope to get capability to make a success of the enter
"re!** 1 ¡a eestney divine,’ I suppose."
t u i w hich many |
“ If ovo,” asked the professor, “ canone a rioetor e.ieli lilivnth to show Ilo* to *|>-
c ■* in s i their action. P v.co.
“ ThaBs abont as lunch as you menknow, conceive of an 'innumerable multitude’ ?" ply simple reincdie* for bum*, banadging prise to Inveri siiiu * money in it in eon-
VII K i n d * o f R e p a i r i n g X e t t ly an*l Pr:i::iply I>one. Come ii
C l.aO p e r bciido.
Mr. T cild , I « o rc a robe of white silk “ W ell,” said the new had bov, whose enti, and iisefnl biuta in case of cmercen- n vtion «¡ih the citu 'n * . The fruit is
n m l S e e n ij s t o c k .
muli nn ’ po'n’ lare.” — ft|»ring(leld Kepjti-
inonthsand notice tin* president’* relatives lami (night take some hirits freni these and the markets I the n *rth ». *t are
•J. B. M O U N T ,
linci of wurk.— Oak anJ Ivy Leaf.
and old school fellow .,” — Burdette.
supplied with can 10 I g w» Is from other
Double and Single Turnouts
Kept Constantly on Hand.
Board and Transient Stock
Carefully Cared For.
Newberg Furniture Store!
a New and
WIRE BED SPRINGS,
WATCHMAKER:-: AND:-: JEWELER,
OIL CLOTH CARPETS,
Sliaying, Siiainpiiu and Haircntting
and all other articles kept in a first-class furn
See our goods before
PICTURE FRAMES MADE TO ORDER.
Furniture delivered free of Charge to any
place in the city.
D. E. HOLLOW AY.
JA. T. HAWORTH, Agent,
Contractors and Builders.
jv M wu
Coffins, Caskets, Burial Robes, Shrouds, Et
S E ,
G. W. Hardwick & Son. Prop.
I b&.tv\trwAy .in,
Meals at all Hours.
N e w b e r g T ile F a c to r y .
TT i r s t q l a s s
DM LTM i
M O O S E B R O S .,
DEALEKS I N
Goods W arranted as Represented.
J"- ID .
Newberg and Vicinity
Ne*,r the Railroad Depot
Slock of Merchandise
Give him a Call.
NEWBERG HARDWARE STORE,
15 04 1
J . B. MOUNT, Proprietor.
I Make a Specialty of Tinning and Plumbing
in all its Branches.