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hill t-r Drum.*».
— A row toai! h;is been opened from
~JT”“ Hobson’s saw mil! lo town, good budges
'< C. Mari-*, ofNowls rg, Oregon, will
day at 11 «»• m. nn«l 7 p. m. an«i 'ihursd
icpt thank, for u box of tino “ .¡Ivor
at u liavo been built and the road put in good
M. In. Sibbftth School every S im la y a
’ ru. • -. ' t*ti wtt mi his fanti. Me recently
V.i :y condition.
- .:! a .i. of fifty pounds folds father,
in each month. Quarterly Meet lu j tin
M tn r«h y aiul San-lay in Ftbrur-a
nathan Marts, a put of a cut load sent
—Messrs. Mooney, of I ovvi, aro hete
August uad November.
to Indi. iui|s)!in. They are largo and of
1 > ili!:!;.; for s te li raising property. They splendid liavor. The larm of forty acres
E V A N G E L IC A L C H U R C H ,—Regular service
firs-t i;;!.! third Sundays of e u*h ui nitU at H> «. aro very well pleased with this m ione; on which th-se were ra.sci! was purchased
m. : m i - tid nud fo’.'ii i i\ S'sis I >
’ l»- m
two years ago by Mr. Maris for 41 , 0 ) 0 .
balli SCii'.iol every Sunday at il a. m.
la t e civile
soli i! for i 1,000, or $100 per
UNION c n U H U Il —Union service Is held ta ;
is gruwing rapidlv and Mr.
— M rs. Scott w
like for tlu per » n ; re. :. u
the .New I k rr Soia-. 1 Units., every s m lay. at It :
a. m. Sabbath School every SaudAy at 10 a. v.i.
look two dece. :Y. ;1 thè le .v e .he is 1 iP “ ,' '
r> al c-.-tato business.
— lyo-kvi.!.' (Indi Kepubltcan.
cu,I,boy in ilio wc t parto! town, to re-1 .... ......................
1 he Li i uhhean is in crror in renard to
PRO FE Sb N A L CARPS.
turn theul at once.
I tua numhcr of aeres sold at 410 .) as part
«I. I U U T M O O K K ,
! —The ground is Uing loveiod no and citile place was sold moro tlian a year
YSICI \N AND * rue EON. O re. M ire fìxed ter Atkinson's ni e. hotel, to he croci- aJ° hefore prie» .< heguti tu rai.-o.
U .-os Di ig Stf re. N ew berg, Ore
I ed ou Main Street near tho d.-pct. The
building is to be a largo and tino ono.
. T!l0 American Utersturo eia*, «re havln*
i.O C A L S E W S O F T H E W E E K .
. . . .
.lady c.vamlasttonslu Iho placo of arevlew «ini
- M r . A. E. Truciilood returnod to lVit- |
—Fresh Fish at Hanson A Jones’.
'and last weck to rc.-mne tho duties of ids ; The Acaileiuy lioysaml tlio town boys played
—Gospel Ilvmns No. 5, at Moore Pros. old jKX-ition as bill clerk w ith Russell A bise amt L>. t ball on the cam pii« Saturday af
Co., dealers in agi¡cultural machinery,
Mary J add visited tho ich o l Monday morn
—Some of our farmers arc rowing wheat.
— I. M. Hanson was in Portland yestei-
l ’ rof Morrison d elivered an interesting ser-
McMinnville, stopped in Newberg List mon o n " i'h e Fall o f Man,” lavi Sunday even
•Sunday night. They had ten head of ing at the Ae olom y.
—Mr. Yantross has tlio frame HP for heavy horses that they wero taking to Se The boy« Indutited in aga m e o f foot hall by
tin :!>;• Rules Tuesday evenin g after school.
'i tie weather has been «utltcleutly ti.ie o f late
— A. r . Oliver was up from Portland
— Farmers in thisGcinityareconimciu to admit of b e e b i l l plaitnsr. Vo Fasten.
last Mon ! ay.
ing their spring w ;k. As there was not svhooU h e,v Is that for W inter Tc nil sports?
( K I KC1I N O T IC I s.
M ISC E LLAN EO !’ «»
\ ■ .
F. A MORRIS.
B. C MILK *.
Desire to call Special Attention to their Very Complete
STOCK OF GENERAL
DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED D RY GOADS,
GLASSW ARE AND QUEENS W ARE,
HATS, CAPS, ROOTS AND SHOES,
NOTIONS OF A L L KINDS.
Produco Taken in Exchange for Goods at Cash Prices.
—A. M. Woddel, of Amity, yvas in Now
At tho Old Corner.
— Harness making and reclining at liv
M o r r is , M il e s A Co.
a great deal of grain ,v, n lust fall there
will be considerable moio spring work
— Leonard Myers, who is in business at
Silvertun, culled tt the G uai - iuc otVLe
—Thomas Roberts went to Portland
•Monday afternoon. He made bis rela
tives a short visit and returned to Silver
—Get your host girl a Valentine at ton Wednesday.
—Jlr. R. IT. Fcttijohn and JIrs. Sarah
—Tho liest stock of Hats in new styles A. Deskins wont to Salem Monday, to ap
at lowest prices.
pear before tho llou-o Comn.itte on Cor
M orris , M iles & Co.
porations in reference lo tlio bill to incor
— Mr. Goode], of Dayton, moved to porate Newberg.
—Tlio morning cervices at the Friend’s
—Tho Lest stock of Dress Goods and | Church last Sunday, wero conducted In
.Miss Etta Hoekett. Miss Hoekett is an
trimmings in the city.
earnest worker for the cause of Christ and
M o r r is , M il e s A Co.
is doing much good.
—Ed McKern was i:t New berg la-1
—Tho Newberg Hon • lias boon “ chuck
Tuesday, visiting relatives.
full” of boarders tho past week. J. ;\I.
—Valentines! V alentines ! V A L E N Wright, tho proprietor, thoroughly under
TINES! at Moore Brothers.
stands catering to tho public t.isto ami
—A now lino of Tablets, Desk Pads, keeps his house full of boarders.
Note I’aper, Pencils etc.
—N. M. Sno Igrass, proprietor of one of
M oore B ros .
HUGHES, B E L L IN G E R & CO.
Real Estate Bought and Sold.
EASTERN PR O PER TY
■EXCHANGED TOE OEEGON, WASH. TER. OH CALIFORNIA LAND.
For Inform ation Address at Either o f tho F ollow in g O.Iiecs:
r il S t., P o r t la n d , O r ., S a le m , O r . a n d N cw beu gr, O r .,
t h e H e n d q u a r t e r s o f th e F r ie n d s .
BOOT AND SHOP
BUCHANAN & PARKS,
H A N SON & JON ES.
STAPLE AND FAN C Y GF.OCFIUES,
K'EWBERG MEAT MARKET.
New berg’s largo fruit dryers, lias returned
— Dr. J. B. Mooro went to Portland from tho c ist where he went to sell his
dried iruit. II ■ reports a pleasant 'rip and
Monday and returned Tuesday.
that ho realized a fair profit for Ills fruit.
—Cure Bronchitis by using Raymond’s
-—Frank Elliott went up to Salem Jlon-
Centcnial Wonder. Only Roots.
uny and spent the week, returning by way
—George Morris bought ten acres of
of McMinnville, llo lias secured a [>os!-
land from Dave Lamb yesterday.
tion with the Oregon Land Company and
—Garden Seeds from Portland, Califo:- will return to Salem tlio first of next w eek.
nia and Wuiia Walla. Buy early.
—Several thousand tile were rhipped
M o r r is , J I i i . es A C'o.
from Newberg this week to W. S. Ladd’s
—A. M. Hoskins put up a new tele East Portland farm, lie rent an ordei
phone line this week for S. Hobson.
to Jesse Ev.-ards for 20,000 tile for the
—Walter Edwards has been sick for a Broadmeads farm, near Vanity, a few days
few days, but ia able to bo out again.
I'iielleok keeping class has dw indled down
from thirty seven, at the bextnulug of the term,
to twenty three, at the present time.
Miss Mile , to; t tier rubbers Wednesday morn
Ing and Prof. Mnrrtsou fouud them hiding on
no upper shelf to tho inbnr.it ry, Thursday,
! tu r - was a e died m eet! uk of the Literary Sc
clety, Wednesday evenin g toeiect ottteers to ft !
v c iu cici occasioned by student« lca\ lug shoot.
The follow ing ortlocrs w ere elected: Leoltu K
s:an!y, P: s.. Ialite U. Smith, V ice Pres., O lile
On aceouni of tlu» Lecture Friday evening, Lit
entry was held Thursday evening.
Mr. Wiuldol, o f Am ity, w.is at school Thura-
»1 ly, visiting his sons who are attending school
T.ot Hoover ts carrying tlte Academy m ilt
of th o
G r a p h ic
DO YOU WANT A HOME?
W ,! L . T;rY A nESIRABLK r.KSIDENT LOT .7)xl20 FEE T IN NEW HER Ci" AVIV
f f\ ohv h 'o »non- fruit tract within tv*>v reach of t >wn.
$7*» Mown, the remuin-
dcr in .» annual payments.
This is nn exceptional opportunity to make
a valuable investment.
m iles o f New berg,
10-ACRE F lt l'I T TR A C T W IT H IN ONE AND A H A L F
W IL L I U i * A TK AC T OF IfiO AGUES OF B E A U T IF U LLY SITUATED LAND.
is espccinlv a«l ipte«l to fruit, grain or grass, within a few rods or
the l vv \* \ . K., ami t>ne and a half mites of Ncwln-tg. a ll this v*oy»erty w ill he «o ld
on long terms by a payment of one third down. Parlies who wish to invest in
town property, or fruit land w ill do w ell to write to us.
SAM UEL HOBSON,
on ice o v e r M o o r o U ro s ., D r u g S to re .
H arm ony Item s.
N E W
B E R G
H O U S E
Newberg, Yam hill Co., Oregon.
EVERYTHING NEW AND CONVENIENT
. ; \ s K E A 8 0 N A I LE.
J. M. W R IG H T .
Jesse Hcbson, Pres’t.
B. 0. Miles, Vice Pres’t.
M u s s a Lu nu d on
H E R B !
Clear frosty nights.
Farmers are plowing.
The snow that I ioh been laying on the
foot-hills has tli.-utppearetl.
Mr. ami Mrs. R. A. Potter have lieeii
visiting their daughter Jlr.s. N. Dickey,
on Goose Neck.
Mr. Roswell Harris ami Miss Ida Bran-
sou were joined in holy bonds of matri
mony at tho homo of the bride’s father,
B. B. Branson, J a n . R e v . F.S. Hinton
liftvo .¡list completed on extensive addition to our house, wo aro
officiating. No cards.
prepared to necomniodiito regular or transient customers
E. N. Branson is making Feme itnprov-
hotter thftii ever before.
ments on his farm in the way of fencing
ami additions to Ilia dwelling. Glad to
sve improvements going on in Hie neigh
Jlr. J. R. Evans, late of Nebraska, who
ptrrchasnd a portion of tlio Matthow
Sparks I). L. ('., has erected a very nice
m l handy burn, ami contemplates build
ing an addition to his residence next sum
mer, having a portion of tlio lumber on
the ground. John is a rustier from the
amount of grubs he has polled this win
ter. Glad to have sueli men in the neigh
N ik a .
—Will Ralston, who has been attending
—Mr. R. R. Irwin of the Vancouver
W illn mina K bihh .
the Friend's Pacific Academy here, in
nursery was in Newberg last Tuesday.
wife and daughter are on
tends going to his homo near Ralston, to
—A. T. Haworth went to Portland on day, f«.r a few w ei ks visit and w ill tlien go Hie t ick lis* this week.
business last Monday and returned Tues up to 1’aliouso Junction to take care of a
Jlr. M. Mendenhall went to Hheridnn
lot of sheep his fattier lias there.
L O O K
t'uvioy v»luvU-il VWoir
F. A. Morris, Sec'v.
J. T. Smith, Tre'ï’r.
T H E C U E H A LEM V A L L E Y
BOARD OF IM M IG R A T IO N ,
—Now t vt'.io ?1rc»3to set out fruit trees.
went to Portland last Tuesday on busi Do not delay planting, as those net out new roller mill last Monda}’.
Jlr. 11. W. Latnson is improving his
now will get a start and not ho effected
farm ! y tho Chineso method of grubbing.
—Jlr. J. D. Carter is having his house so much by dry weather ns those fet later
Jlr. Charley Lamson has been running
All work done with dispatch and guaran
painted, Ramsey & Ilarvey doing tho We would advise those who have ground bachelor’s hall this week. How’s tim
teed to give satisfaction. We respectfully
bre:. I Charley.
Is ineorjioratod under tho laws of tlic state for tlio purpose of inducing immigration,
solicit a share of your patronage.
— I,. Sonin, an 1 J. mis Ziesnoss, the for
— L. W. Kapp, of Pensylvania, was in
Mr. W. E. Mendenhall has quite sick
improving our town ami developing tlio many natural resources of
Newberg last Saturday looking for real mer from California, and Iho latter from with - ore throat for Iho last few days.
our eutrounding country, and is neither a wholly specu
Iowa, are here looking for homes and fruit
Jlr. Will. Maddunx, of North Yamhill,
All kinds of yvork dono at reasonable
land an 1 from what they have gem, say lias been visiting his brother Lawson
lative Rchcmo nor charitable institution.
—The lumber is being battled for a n- w
this valley cannot bn beaten. Jlr Maddaux, this week.
millinery shop to lie erectednear Mr. Car
Soule intends bringing his family out fr. m
•Mr. J. \V. Mendenhall and C. C. Lam-
C enter S treet ,
N e w b e r u , O r e o o n . ter’s store.
Portland to look at the country. Welcome son went limiting to-day. (food hn k
-iJ -J -
—'There is a rumor afloat that Edwards to them.
( N e a r R. R. D e p o t .)
A Co.’s saw milt will bo moved to tho
Mr. George Hoc, of Willamina, nml M.
—A. P. Oliver was np from Portland
SA M U E L HOBSON
yesterday. Ilo reports that immigrants JI. Mendenhall went hunting to-day.
has more than doubled in sizo and population tho present season, because sho ha»’
Tin iv was a dance at Jlr. Ge age l’or-
—A lino lot of Clocks of all sizes and are more plenty in Portland tlio last few
tho natural facilities for making n good little city, and her wide awako
kinds at Portland prices, at Mooro Bros. days, and that l.c is in receipt of
Rooms Just Completed and Newly Furn
port a large I ¡me,
energetic citizens arc substantially improving and taking hold of
Mr Claud Mendenhall spent Sunday
— Mr. E. A. Willey, of Dayton, is going heavy increaso of immigration in thei arly
business in a manner that inspires confidence in tho new
build a largo harness shop here on Main spring. One party wished to have a tract
comers. Almost all lines of business arc repre
purchased before he arrived here.
street near the depot.
Mr. II. S. Maloney returned home Sat-
A P o T IS T .
sented, and our shipping facilities cna lo
— A colored gentleman, who refused to arday niglit from tliufirand Roude, where
—Charles Heater, who lias been visit
our merchants to give
ing relatives hero, returned lotlie l ’allousc give lii.i name, visited tho photograph he has been surveying.
Portfaits cnlarged to lite sizo and fìnished |
H . W H IT M A N ,
gallery and had bis picture taken last
W illamina Dt ps:.
mond ly afternoon. Ho came from there
in Crayon India Ink or Water Colora,
—Work is being pushed on several new to tho G raiuiic office, visited the school
Some six years ago was in-id tlio first
Newberg is grounds and created much excitement Sun day S liool convention in Yamhill
B oom over M oore B ros ., D ruo S tori :. houses this fine weather.
in Moore Brothers’ Drug Store.
is bound to “ get there.”
wherever he went. The gentleman dis county, an I also the lirvt in the State.
NEW BERG, OREGON.
N c w b e r jf, O re g o n .
—W. C.and J. F. Kinyon, of Butteviile, appeared us miraculously ushoappeared Every Sunday School in tho county was River Steamers 'mild fhrce-fmu llis of u mile from tlio tow n ut the lowest water mark.
R epairing o f Watchefe, Clocks and Jewelery
represented, and it was found to prove a
spent Sunday visiting with their grand
—Last Wednesday, Mr. Alfred Moore
Neatly Done and A ll Work Guaranteed,
Tlio advantages for fruit raising in Chehalom Valley aro unsurpassed
great benefit to Sunday S hool work, ami
father Mr. J. T. Tarrant.
R epairing o f Fine Watches a
showed us a Isxpiet of llowers of several
ea :h sue. i- -ding year will! esses a more sue-
on tho coast,
—The nice weather last Saturday ti mpt- different varieties, including a hunch of (■¡•K.fui s. asion. Since tli i r plan of Sunday
ed the boys to play base ball and quite a
School work war established in Yamhill,
he ha l just picked from tho bushes grow several other counties have fallctj In line
lively game was played.
ing in Mr. Jo.-eph lIoHkin’s yard. The and conventions are now lining ip-hl gen
—Mrs. Calvin Dixon who lias been very
hushes have been out in the yard all win erally throughout tho Stale. ( ,'lat.“opcoiln-
sick for a few weeks, is better. Wo uli
ter without any protection. Blooming ty i-i tieiiind in tlio go-i I work. Besides
hope »he will soon be well.
r.-.-cs in February! How’s that ior Ore the several schools in Astoria, there are
— If you have a sweet tooth call on gon climate.
neatly done. I will also keep a good
nuin roue others at various points through- The stock Is mostly subscribed for a largo fruit cannery which will bo in operation
Mooro Bros, anil get it filled with some
—C viper* Son, our entcrpiising nur- nut tin- 1 - tanty, an I w i In-lievo that if the
tho coining season
We aro now negotiating for a competent cannor. The
of thiir fresh anil tine candies.
Hcrvi icn bava purcliaseil llm Lafayntte hall were once put in motion, tlm Lower
H o o k s nntl P a p e r s to H e a d .
and resident lots of the original t- Wn for
— MifS Etta Hoekett, of Winlock, W. ' nursery and will move tie* stock to N :w- ; Columhia co il I in a L-w years boast of
O N M A I N S T I M .K T .
Good order is expected.
T., was vi*iling friends and relatives in urg. Tliev have lea-e 1 the lan-1 ofthc dcingtis mm:!i in tho bait of them in the
H E N R Y A U S T IN ,
P r o p r ie t o r .
O r o - o n . Newberg Saturday and Sunday.
Shade trees ought to be set out along to hare plenty nftirn;; to change the entire ! the yotte.g inoro particularly.— Astoria
the stroots of Newberg by all means. It ■t'K-k from there to tins place. Messrs. Transcript.
I Coij-cr are experienced nurteryincn and
w ould help the looks of the town.
Drop that contention if you would that
will carry ono of tho most complete st-. k4
yonr town prorper, if you would better
- “ Billy” Wilson was sick fora few in the country.
your own inter te. What has contention I
days last week, but we were glad to se •
SUBSCRIBE FOR IT. SEND IT TO YO U R EASTERN FRIENDS.
— \ now tulcphono line was erected this dons for the once ptoq-oroin town of Wes They al jo have nice five and ten aero tracts near town for those wishing a con*
him on the streets again Tuesday.
Several hundred copies now go east of the iix-ky Mountains, and more copies to g
week from 0:10 of the rooms of Ho’ .-oil's ton ? Will you not p o.it by W e:ton’s sad
venient little country home.
For further information call on or
—We noli.-a Moore Bros, have the fin- photograph gallery, where tuo firm of
e tp-ji"ne'-? It may be considered otlt of
i st stock of Valentines ever brought to H ia tt* iloh.-on takes its prO|-eramount oar pi:i • to hint Hi it contention and see
liie city. They arc elegant, and cheap.
of sii-- p, over tojiis rcri-lence, wliere the saw in.: is truly on tfi ) verge of being made
Contractors and Builders.
Newberg, Yamhill County, Orogon.
A, M , Hoskins. Proprietor.
H O T T
G. W. Hardwick & Son. Prop.!
Meals at all Hours.
Porirait oc Laudscape
WATCHMAKER:-: A N D JE W E LE R ,
TI I E
M in i, Stomping and Haircnliing
. G. H a ld
Is the best possible Advertising Agent.
JOB W O R K
I one on Short Notice.
B IL L HEADS.
POSTER B ILLS, AC., AC.
£a7“ l ’r. m; by and nc .tly i> - • ' 1.
HIATT A HOBSON.
Editors and Props
E D W A R D ’S
—\V. F. D. Mercer, Wells, Fargo A
Co.’s It'.ute Agent, was in Newlwrg Mor-
day looking after the interests of the com
cook is lo he I''in 1 every morning wait
ing in much rie,tress, to servo tile morning
m-al. Tho t--!epliono may rerve for a
while nan breakfast l«-ll, but ttie firm
will !o r.o rl - : —we'll choke iho thing.
i i i life-1. We are not dis*»>s«‘'l to kee|i
i l i a spirit quiet. The location of any
cr.terpris • for the Is-netit of Hie erjintnun-
i y should not ca-ise eonten'i in. l/.-t the
loc i’ i on of any enterprise bo w liere it
i ’ i little trifling matter should who do n general land and agency business and have as good a list of all kinds of
i.r .- ' envy. Beware of contention. W ei
land as any firm in the valley which they will gladly show Intending
wr ,t no W.-slon experi-nce. A fire or a ;
nut tiers free of charge.
ey -l >• -mn -tliurta town so much of « ]
If you want to rell leiv#
tsmtenti eia f**!i n g; no, not half so much. If you want to buy como where bargains aro for sale.
Take a higher and nobler |s>silion in your
yonr land whore buyers come.
t-iwn than to oven cir-ulato contention.—
Insurance Effccte 1 and Money l oaned on Realestate.
Notorial Business Care
Cooper & Son,
-- n. proprietor's
proprietors of the New-
l>erg Nnr: cry, I.ave on hand a full supply
of nursery stock and ara prepared lo fill
orders and supply the trade. Call at the
n: w nursery, near the tile factory, on
I’ortland street, N **< rg ,0 v<n.
Spinning ugly gossip nimut your neigh-
Is,r-. Is- lea tu ing i neliaritaMe ami nn-
proQtable, is eab-ukUe-l to lireed ill will
m il strife in the community. If you
hivn t tiling k ill to say, it were ten
times hotter to ketpyour wootli shut.—
—M< -ssrs. Winslow A K id o’ son w< nt
to Portland last Tuesday to purchase out-
lbs for their new restaurant and meat
Wanted, to trade Inmls-r for a hr-r-e
that is suiin-l and tme, about four or five
— Mr. R. B. B e" i I Wedm lay n r years old and wilt » : igb at least twelve
ning for a short Imsines trip lo Yaipiina hundred pounds Inquire at Gap saw
V in o ix t * sr u Lorxo.
Bay. He will probably he gone four or
N nr«rry Klor'c.
— It. II. IVttijolin, W. A. Thomas and
W. D. Scarce have contracted lor Large's
iaterc-t in the H u rley* Largo addition.
The new firm is fitting up a nice real os-
late office on Main street and will make
MARI S & OLI VER,
ful ly done.
MAULS, & O LIVER , Managers