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MISCELL VSKttl ■
A cad em y Notes*
—Jesse Hobson lias furnished the lum
Dr. Mills, George Mi l In. 11 and So’ :non
K M K N l» ClirK * li.-S e rv ic i» every Sun
day at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. ami lliursday ul Id church west to the east end o* the budge. Haworth and wife at eu !e 1 Chapel Mon
m. S ilibaih School every Sunday ut lo a. m,
B. C. MILES.
W. A. MOlt 1 U8.
Monthly Meet lug at 10 a. m. the first Satnrd tv The walk will soon be built, so that peo
iu each month. quarterly Meeting the m -- c .*» i «1 ple from town who are compelled to walk
The boys arc «laity expecting the nrri-
Saturday ami Suuday iu Februrary, May
to church will find traveling much hotter. val of a new foot.hail, then for bruised
AugUbt und November.
EYANUKUCAL CHURCH.—Regular service
first and third Sundays of each month ut 10
—J. C. Cooper, the county surveyor,
Prof. Morrisson delivered a practical
second and fourth Sunday -■> at 7 p. m.
has been hero several days this week sur and interesting sermon Sunday evening.
hath School every Suuday ut il a. m.
veying a new road and running liner for a
There was a called meeting of the Whit
number of persons in this vicinity. Mr. tier Literary Society, Thursday evening to
Desire to call Special Attention to their Very Complete
Cooper says he is glad to see Newbjrg j t.|ect oU; vrS- The follow in officers were
making tuich rapid advancement, and elected for the remainder of the winter
.1. B U R T M O O I t l l ,
second town term: Pres., i on «¡ill; Vivo Pres., l'.d
I >1IYSK 1AN A S P SIKOKON. Offloo, M '.t v thinks it is now the
L llri*. . Pru« Store. Sow berg, Uretf.m.
in population in the county.
Warren; Sec’ v., Ella Olds; Critic, Lillie
WILL IP Y A P K - t U V n u : It ESI PP.XT L o :
, ! : t FEET IN NKIVHEHU A s . »
V. Smith; Marshal, Geo. Morris.
ä ct.Mcc ' . u r o fruit i r e ; u itlitn o « y r v
i of i wn
*v < >l«>wn, ttu- remulu-
—The Chehalem Valley Board of Im
L O C A L N E W S O F T H E \Y E E K .
upportunity to make
Lydia Washburn and Dora Malson were
it vnluutite luveMUit'ut.
migration has been having two 8>-ncre
absent from school Thursday afternoon.
—Tills has been a rainy week.
farms divided into small tracts of f>, 1 )
l'r. Mills brought a kangaroo mouse to ( a « » i \| \ " in . ni v \ choice to-.w’ iti: F.trir n tu 'T wnut.v one ant a half
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES,
Ì miles of >e .'u rr,
—There will be a shooting match here and l’t) acres, this week, county surveyor school Thursday. Said mouse luid a tail O * - ) '
DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED D RY GOODS,
eight inches long, actual measurement.
ary place, east of town, was divided into
WILL IU : \ TUVt T OF 1 J A« I! I - «
I IW r ilF lT L Y SITUATED LAND,
Mr. N. G. Kirk visited the school last
; » .7 > ( ) ( )
; \. , «oil i p -, c ric l. .¡«I | loti i » ft:.; t uniiii. r ur.iss, within a few r«xl« os
—See the new ad of Morris, Miles it six 10 and one 'JO-aere tract, and the Van-
GLASSWARE AND QUEENSWARE,
ill tlii» property will be sold
W ed n esd a y m orn in g , and m ad e some
the P. A w V . K . anil t in :ii:«l half mil. . i Nov»,
ou long term li\ ti pay meat «if onc-tho l «lov.n I Nt r«i - •« who wish to invest ia
tress place just north of town, into six
HATS, CAPS, BOOTS AND SHOES,
practical remarks to the students.
towu property, or fruit laud will do well to write to us.
—We noticed Judge Hurley of Lafay teen 5-acre tracts.
Mr. N. E. Britt was at the Academy for
NOTIONS OF ALL KINDS.
ette, on our streets yesterday.
—Y r. Thomas Roberta, and family, of a few minutes Wednesday m tiling on
S m s & K ar /. y .
Highland, Ohio, arrived in Newlvrg last business.
—Winslow it Nicholson’s new restau
Monday. .Mr. Roberts . spent several
\Y illum ina It e m i.
rant building is being painted.
months here last summer, und while here
Snow and rain.
O flU 'c m e r M o o r e l ir e s ., l i n i " S t o r e .
—All kinds of Harness work done on purchased the Sep Saxe place, lie lias
Mr. Phil. Fendali went to McMinnville
Mourns, M ii . es it L o.
; last week and returned home Sunday.
California, but after having seen an O.e-
Mr. Dave James and R. Brown cap
—Jim Jones, one of Ncwlierg’senterpris
gon summer, he concluded that this is the
tured two large panthers yesterday.
ing car|>cntors, went to Portland Mon
best place he has found.
There will be a shooting match here
—A taffy pulling parly was given last Friday for a beef. Do your liest boys,
—Fine eye glasses and spectacles from j Saturday evening at the residence of Mr.
beef is scarce.
'.’acts to ifo 00. Also the lion-changuble
James Heater. About sixty young peo
Messrs, l.ongdon A Carry, proprieUvs
M oore B b o s .
ple w ere present. The taffy n ef Jlistribu- of the Willamina mills, are putting in n
—Buchanan A Parks, contractois and j ted and every body was willing to take a
builders, are putting up Cy Vaughn’s new hand. After the usual manipulation« of
NEXT D00E TO P. 0.
the mixture, a few lively games were
Mr. 11. \V. l.amson went to Sheriden
—Jesse Hobson was in Portland and
Mr. I.auson Madaux is on the sick list.
Salem several days this week looking after \ homes and reported a large time.
School commenced at River Side, last
his business interests.
—The new county road, running from Monday. Miss Cronan of Gopher Valley, L11« ™ -i'1*4 €*oiii|»H*t€'«l m i « x t e n s .v . t ild it t o n t o o u r h o u s e , vve tiro
l>i'«‘ l>;ir«'<l t o n e c o iiiiiK u la t o l e g i i l u r o r t r o u a ie n t c u s t o m e r «
—Mr. Fred Churchman returned from near the Brutseher school house, east, to is teacher.
b e t te r th a n e v e r b e fo r e .
Sheridan, Wednesday, where he has been the Champoeg load, watt surveyed last
Mr. Claud Mendenhall, of Willamina, is
Thursday, by county surveyor, J. C.
visiting for a few days.
attending school at Riverside, ti.is win
------W ITH —
Cooper. J. L. Davis, J.C . Nelson and
—Win. Hobson and Alt Blair are im
Amos Nelson, of West Chchuhun, were
Mr. ( ’ . C. l.amson spent Sunday with
proving their place by moans of the
the viewers. The road will he of great
W. E. Mendenhall.
Chinese method of gt libbing.
benefit to the people living beyond the
Mi s Hattie Churchman s]K*nt several
ANU WINDOW SHADES.
—The services at the Friend’s church Champoeg road, as it will he shorter ujid
; days visiting at II. S. Male tiev’s.
Sunday morning were conducted hv Mrs. will miss several had hills.
Dr. Smith, of Sheridan, was in town
Jane Yotaw and Martin Cook.
—The fighting editor has traded lilsold Monday, visiting his patients.
— See the new styles of Hats at lowest shotgun for a tine rifle. This is an im
Mr. E. P-. Churchman is visiting at M.
prices ever known.
provement of which we are proud, as the Mendenhall’s this week.
M o r r is , M iles A Co.
rifle does not make nearly so much noise
The shooting match did not cotne off
— Mr. Vincent, and family, of Minne and the man who wants to whip the edi Friday. There was too much ruin.
sota, were in Newberg yesterday. Mr. tor can now lie dis|iosed of without people ! Mr. R. Kendall's wife is very sick tais
Vincent has purchased a farm near here. thinking an earthquake lias struck the | week,
town. With a slock of undertaking goods j
I I ,.\. T o d r a ft .
— 1-or one week, high prices on poultry. in the backroom and this new rifle we
The time is coming when grafting will
Eggs lower. Sugats cheaper.
fell that the G r a p h i c has the b e s t equip-
bo in order, so the following will be
M o r r is , M il e s A Co.
pedoffice in the county.
—Quite a number of persons are suffer Real ristate Transfer« l ’or I lip Fast W e e k . ’ |„ ||_ Hailoy, in his book on apple cul-
ing with sore throat, but the general
N. E. Deskins to D. 11. Deardorff, lut- ture, gives these directions fer grafting:
EXCHANGED FOB 0BEG0N, WASH. TEE. OB CALIFOBNIA LAND. health of the community is better than 4 and ">, block t) in Deskins’ addition. In May, ju s t as the leaves are pushing out
for the past year.
• vigorously, raw nil (lie limb to ho grafted
For Inlormattou Address at Either ol the Following Oiliccs:
— In the rifle contest at Lafayette, last
N. E. Deskins to G. R. Deardorff, lot 8, where it is an inch or less in diameter,
Saturday, for .iff), between Tom Tucker, block 3 in Dcskins’ udditiilion. Brice$(>;). Trim the stub edges smooth and split it
7 » N.
rcl S t ., P o r t l a n d , O r ., S a le m , O r . a n d N c w l i c r f f , O r .,
of Beaverton, and Ed Long of Lafayette,
to tho depth of about font inches, not
h iii SFPy St or k -
th e H e a d q u a r t e r s o f th e F r ie n d s .
Mr. Long defeated his opponent.
; more. When the scimi is prepared ready
Cooper A .Son, proprietor* of the New-
—Our “ Faultless” Tea, wo import our l«>rg Nursery, have on hand a full supply I fur setting it should com).riso three buds.
end is cut woilg -shape, to fit
selves direct from Japan, and warrant it of nursery stock andare prepared to fill, ! The lower
. . . .
. , ,
and on one partol die wedge
to be strictly pure.
orders and supply the trade. Call at the I
part should be left one t f the three buds.
M o r r is , M ile s A Co.
new nursery, near the ti!o factory, on
When the (scion is set this bud will be
—W . F. Bowkcr, the newly appointed Burt la ml street. Newlierg, Oregon.
deep down in the cleft and covered with
station agent for the P. A W. V. R. R. at
Small l ux.
wax, hut being near the source of nour
a g e n o t .
this place, was in town Thursday looking
There are now nine eases ol. »mall pox ishment than any others, it will Vie most
around and making arrangments to move in Amity, and there has been one death. likely of all to floursh, and it will readily
Real Estate Bought and Sold. Farms
All patients have been placed in the |*st push through the wax. Tho scion is set
Rented and Kents Collected.
— Yeti Tung, a Chinese stock buyer from house and all persons who have been ex in the cleft by exercising earn that the in Is incorporated under the laws of the state for the purpose of inducing immigration,
Portland, who has been buying hogs posed are quarentined. McMinnville has ner surface of its hark matches tIn* inner
have now on hand a largo
improving our town nnd dclvdoi ing the many natural resources of
All kinds of work done at reasonable through the country, shipped seventy-one quarantine! against Amity, and has placed surface of th“ bark on the “Ir.b. Wax the
our surrounding country, and is neither a wholly specu
head of hogs on the Narrow Gauge last guards on all of the roads leading into whole over thoroughly, leaving no crack
T ow n P rop erty,
exposed. Two pounds of rosin melted
C enter S t r e e t ,
N e w h e k o , O r e iio n . Monday.
lative scheme nor charitable in- tiliiti« n.
D e s i r a b l e F a n n in p r ,
with one of beeswax and one-half of tal
—.1. M. Wright, proprietor of the New
D a i r y a n ti F r u i t L a n d s
low makes an excellent wax. As soon as
berg House, has turned over the dining
Last Monthly afternoon Mr. G. W.
melted pour it into colt! water, anti when
IF O B
room and inside work to his son Oliver, Mitchell presented us with several largo
it cools work it with the hands until
who will continue to serve guests in first- nnd beautiful bunches of grapes, which
Persons Desiring Such Property Will do
nearly white. Whenever tho wax is han
woio raised on his farm in the edge of
Well to Consult us.
dled the hands should bo greased with
has more than doubled in size und population the pro-' nt season, because she has
— Mr. J. W. Ravcraft, of Laurel, town. They were picked several weeks tallow.
Washington county, a contractor and ago, hut sealing wax had been put on the
the natural facilities for in iking a good little « ¡tv, an 1 hci wide awoke
stems, keeping them plump and delicious.
builder, was in Newberg this week looking
N f . wbero , O regon .
Dr. Gladstono has made elaborate in
Mr. Mitchell lias picked grapes from tho
energetic citizens nro substantially improving nnd taking hold of
around. He contemplates moving here
vines in his garden since New Years. vestigations iu tlm schools of England
! in the spring.
business in a manner that inspires confidence in the new
While Iho Eastern States nro suffering and other countries to ascertain tho time
—Mrs..!. C. Clemen «on has just refur with coM blizzards, we are enjoying com devoted to spelling. Ho finds that 7t?0 !
comets. Almost all lines of business are repre
Portraits enlarged to life size and finished nished their house w itli nice new furniture, paratively warm weather. No wonder so hours at least are lost to each scholar, j
sented, und our shipping facilities enable
that an Italian child of f) years w ill read
I which she bought nnd paid for with the innpy people are coming to Oregon.
in Crayon India Ink or Water Colors, 1 money that she made selling chickens,
our merchants to give
and s | h -1I as correctly as English children
..........O F ..........
A lit:«« C o n te n t .
at IIS. though the Italian liegan ids lessons
R oom o v e r M oore B r o s ., D r i 'O S t o r e . 1 butter and eggs.
f.ast Saturday mom .ag, people were
j — A. J. Wood is visiting his sister, Mrs. much pleased to find a new side walk from two years later. It is about tho same
with the Germans and Swedes. This ex
J. D. Carter. They had been separated | near the I ¡RArnn office to the f . i v e i v sta-
------Keeps all Kinds of------
tra time is given to civics and useful su- |
four years without having heard front each ] hie. anti of course made it handy to walk
cnees. The illiteracy of English-speak
other, nnd it is needless to say that there out in that direction. But as tho unfor
ing nations is startling. There w< re 5, River Steamers hind three-fourths of a mile from tho town at the lowest water mark.
Shoes, Hats, Caps, Clothing, Carpets
tunate victim drew near tho end, shout (¡-■¡8,144 perrons of 10 years nnd over who
The advantages for fruit raising in Chehalem Valley are unsurpassed
— Hobson’s saw mill has been shut four men would gracefully spring through reported themselves illiterate at our e c u -!
on tito eoäst.
down for the past week on account of a the »‘ aide door, start the pump, point the sus of 1870; 0,•->:!!),tfiH at the census o(
broken head-block. It will be several hose at tlie intruder nnd tell him to bund 1430. The nearly illiterate are probably
B i y s , C o nstantly , P rodfcr .
days before they can start up again, as over his nickel, to help pay for the im- as many more.
England is worse off
they will have to get another one cast in piovcuients, or taken cold water bath than we are. But tlm otl er Protestant
All goods sold cheap and ONF. PRICK
from the well. Several nickels wc-re taken countries of F.uropo have almost none.
to everybody. No old stock. Call and
in this way, till about nine o'cloc k a few One of the causes of this excessive illilcr- !
sec prices and goods before purchasing
— Miss Janey Graham, Newlx-rg’s popu
I toys concluded to overpower the monop- acy among Euglish-S|K‘.iking people is the
elsewhere. No trouble to show goods.
lar and accomodating station agent, has
ncH#0f English spelling. Tim refont
Highest cash price for all kinds of grain.
resigned. Mr. Bowker, of Oswego, w ill lie olv. A rush was made for the hose by
Tho stock is mostly snhserilicd for a large fruit cannery which w ill he in operation
five or six boys. The pump was k -pt go of spelling is a patriotic un I philanthropic
—- »■ --- -
transferred to this place, ami Mr. Heard,
the coming reason
We arc now nt golialing for a conqx lont runner. Tim
O N M A IN S T R E E T .
ing by tho sjieetators ami ut Ilio close of reform.— I’rof. F. A. March, in the Decem
J . T . S M I T H , .NOTARY PUBLIC.
of Smock's station, takes eharge of the of
the contest ull hands were well soaked, ber Forum.
Board has tlie Imsinets and resident 1< ts of tho otiginal town for
I N ew h ers,
O regon .
but the sidewalk monopoly has charged
A Kansas farmer writes from the “ sun
—There will be a debating contest be- ! no more toll.
burned district” to tell Iowa |»ople to
tween the Middleton Debating Society,
' stay whore they are. He “ says: It is so
and the Chehalem Mountain Debating
After a few frosty nights, we are having dry in some of the western counties that
Club, next Tuesday evening, attheC he-
they have to soak th ir hogs in wet sand
halcm Mountain school house. A lively some regular webfoot weather.
Mr. J. IV. Nntherton l ontemplatcs teacli- over night to get them so they will hold
time is exincted.
SUBSCRIBE FOR IT. 8F.ND IT TO YOUR EASTERN FRIENDS,
ing a class in vocal music at Harmony. slo p llie next day.” —f.ynnvillo (Iowa)
— Last week we referred to some Illinois John is agissi musician, and wn think
geveral hundred copies now go east of the Ro -ky M >untains, and more copies to go
They also have nice five an«l ten aero tracts nrar town for there wl-hlng a «xin-,
men as “ tourists,” and they took exception the community will he greatly benefited
fay , one word to you Eastern peo
to the name and demanded a retraction. by Ins instructions.
lenient little country homo.
For further information call on or
We are always willing to give satisfaction,
F. B. Churchman is at home on a visit, ple. When you co tn e to Oregon, ns we
address their Managua
and w ill state that they are not tourists,hut and is soliciting subscriptions for the hope many of you will oo soon, come arid
only ordinary immigrants.
Gawi’inc. Fred soems to take a gieat in ta k e a look nt Yamhill county. View our
I broad wheat fields, finu limber, clear wa
— Dr. White, a dentist, of Canby, has terest in his own town.
ter and elegant homes. H m our flowers
l«?cn here for the last week doing dental
in bloom out of doort in January ami the
work. Efforts are being made to get Mr. cliiId of Mr. ami Mrs. John A. Cain, died
thermometer at 50 nnd <>) alstve zero.
White to locate here, as Newberg needs a
Wo have room tor many good citizens.
good dentist, and there is no doubt that Typhoid fever. Mr. and Mrs. Cain haw
who do a gen -ral land and agency |hipine“S ar.d have ns good a list of all kinds of
«me would get a great deal of work.
land us any linn in tho valley which they wi 1 gladly show intending
sail bereavement, having lost their only
A |s-rfect town is that in which you see i
—Noah IleatiT is making some im
«on aVsnit a month previous.
settlers free of charge.
provements in John ¡Smith’» building by
Roswell is furnishing his house with «’liants, the home merchants patronizing '
taking out a partition and making a fine some very nice furniture. Wonder what's
If you want t o b iy come where bargains a n for sal >.
If you want to sell leave
the home inerbarne«, the laborers s|«>nd- ¡
room on the second lb sir, to lie used as a
ing the money they ea/n with their own
millenery and dress making shop, by Mrs.
tradesmen, a n l a l anime cd cy u s'i.it |n„,ranee Effected sod Money Loaned on Ren k State.
Net.rial I nsinesa Cato-
J. T. Smith and Mrs. A. M. Hoskins.
grain this winter. Ltm-oln is an enter- that w¡ „
t |H]rc|1Ma articles abroad if I
—To Farmers: We want your pro pri«ing young f.irin'*r.
FOSTER BILLS, AC., AC.
they ran be bought at home. The spirit ¡
J. I.. Guitry an i B. M. Churchman of reciprocity between man and the me
duce! It does not mailer what it is, that
f r n *Promptly and n ally execute I J & 'J
is marketable, we will buy it at market have gut all their cattle fruiti the morn- chanic, tradì mi in an I laborer, farmer
prices, and we guarantee our buy ing and b in « with lite exception of three hca«l. anil manufacturer, renili» every time in 1
They have some nice young cattle.
selling prices to be correct.
making the town a periect one to «lo hilii-
M orris , M iles A Co.
C H I I te li N O T H '» :» .
MORRIS, MILES & CO.
DO YOU W A N T A HOME?
STOCK OF GENERAL MERCHANDISE:
Produce Taken in Exchange for Goods at Cash Prices.
At the Old Corner.
N E W
B E R G
H O U S E
N ew berg, Y a m h ill Co., O regon.
Wyman’s Furniture Store,
£!!■■ . i ^ h S S i " «“
E V E R Y T H I N G NEW AND C O N V E N I E N T
W e Have on Hands
A Large Stock ofFurniture’of ail Kinds
T E lfM S
W E GUARANTEE PORTLAND PRICES.
Call and See Our Stock.
HUGHES, BELLINGER & CO.
B iv A S O X A m /i
J. M. WRIGHT.
NEWBERG MEAT MARKET.
&ij a Chits Imkú tí itili Ft-iMry ari lus
Real Estate Bought and Sold.
HANSON & JONES.
F. A, Morris, Sec’y.
J. T. Smith, Tres’r.
Jesse Holsen, Pres’t.
B. C. Miles, Vice Pres’t.
THE CHEHALEM V A L L E Y
Real E s ta te
BOOT AND SHOE
A. M. Hoskins, Proprietor,
BOARD OF IMMIGRATION,
Newberg, Yamhill County, Oregon.
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CARTER & FOSTER.
ZEST Hi W
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Portrait & Landscape
THE OLD RELIABLE
One Price Store.
J. T. S M I T H ,
Dry Goods, Notions, Boots,
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AND HOESON S ADDITION.
Is the best possible Advertising Agent.
MARIS & OLIVER,
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Done on Short Notice.
HIATT & HOBSON.
Editors and Profs.
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