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IU b happy thoughts of Mr. Andrew
Admiral Dewey now twits for a few
IB«W*I> KYKKY FRIDAY Uilll.tlNU.
more small gun boats. N o doubt he
--------- *------------- ------------------ :-------j feels asliAined to tackle the Filipinos
B. H. W oodward , E dito » & P ubms UM. with a warship, and wunts to get down
--------------------------------------------- — - to a popular plane o f equality.
................... ........... .. .
Pi.IL ... ■_ ^ U T N lAg'g L V J ! U
, will reveal from that which, was made
when the first computation was had,
but even this may not prepare us for
f the marvels which a third or a half a
------- V V e-claim to h a v e th e N e w e s t a n d F ren i test S to c k of--------
century hence will dioc'ose.—O. IX*m.
A flfccting the F r u it
F R ID A Y , MARCH 24, 1899.
Dr. Mary Walker, who attended the
It is a very notable fact that when
— 1 ' recent congress of mothers in Wasliing-
■Wersd »* aeond-st*«, matter it the pastoitice ton, represented the mothers theort’t- the prune supply of the United States
was Imported, chiefly from Mediter
nt NewLsrg, uregou
j ically uud the fathers sartoriully.
ranean countries-, when its quality was
The proptiets who said all sorts o f
distinctly inferior to tlie present domes
are ready to meet our customers'with a stock that is up to date in every particular,
Pague don’ t know how to fix’ the national difficulties would follow the
tic'product, and when prices were 20
i Our line of furnishings is first class,
annexation o f Hawaii are unable us
weather a tittle bit.
percent higher than now, prune con
j Boys Suits in innumerable patterns and prices.
yet to poiut with pride to the slightest
sumption in the Uulted States was np-
j A large assortment of Men’s Suits to select from including all styles, colors, grades and prices.
A general “ spring opening” need not
j preciably greater tliun at this time.
An English explorer who spent years The accepted explanation in California
T h e m ost p powerful
o w erfu l en gin e must stop W
he looked for as long us March holds the
. is the most won-
ill the Philippines say’s their population ] is that mischievous methods of mar-
key to the situation.
dt-rful p iece o f m achinery ill the w orld, yet
Is not over 4,000,000. N o census has , keting tiave demoralized the channels no m atter how strong and w e ll made hts
WE ARE AGENTS FOB SALEM WOOLEN M ILLS M ADE T O
ever been taken and the Hpaululi esti j of distribution. In the old importing b o d ily frate-c m ay be, i f the fire_ o f fife j .Shoes to suit any man or boy in price and quality.
w ith in him is not constantly fed his lim bs
ORDER CLO TH ING . New samples this week, Call and examine them. None better on tlie market.
The daily reportso( the work of Ilio em
mates are guess work.
guaranteed or no sale.
days, it is declared the prices for ami m uscles becom e pow erless and useless.
balmed beef investigating committee aro
T h e reason men becom e h elpless and
Dewey’s salary as Admiral Is $14,500 a j prunes, while high; were fairly stable, diseased
(Setting to be aboutas stale as the beef is
is because tile food th ey eat,
w h ich is the fu el o f fife , is not p rop erly
laid to have been.
igested and a ppropriated by the stomach
Htephens to issue saloon licenses in ; of the season could
a d and
n u tritive organs. It is not co m p letely
this city gets420,000 a year, but there large prune stock with reasonable as transform ed into the strength and w orkin g
Spam appears to have dropped pretty Is no telling how much of it he is al surance that it would not depreciate in p o w er w h ich is to man w hat steam is to
the en gin e.
well out of sight since tho close of the lowed to keep.
value on ids hands. Prunes being thus
That w o n d e rfu l potver-m akm g
war. Even the publication of the re-
It is impossible to get rid of tho im botli stable and stable in value, were Pierce, c h ie f consu ltin g ph ysician o R.
portsof the bull fights is being neglected.
pression that the attempt to burn Ma
In v a lid s ' H o te l and Su rgical Institute, o f
o-Ha was chiefly a plot to cause foreign bacon, and worked o ff by the ordinary Buffalo, N . Y ., im bues the human d ig e s
tiv e ju ices and blood-m akin g glands with
The Iteporter and the Transcript are interference.
Tills game is Spanish methods o f business. Under present capacity to extract abundant nourishm ent
Attorneys fees in selling said es-
doing considerable advertising for a rather tliun Filipino, hut luuy be both. conditions, prunes are readily obtuiu- from the food. It bu ilds up organ ic tissue, 439.
n erve fiber, hard muscular flesh and work
Don’t be a moss-back,
goodly number of Yamhill county peo
Great Uri timi hasten Admirais rank- I “ bl° ln 8Wa!1 quantities, and, beingsub- in g force. It g iv e s a man steam
Don’t stay in the same old rut,
ple just at present without their consent. lug technically with Dewey, but if all ¡J0®*
violent alterations in value, no
Hunterdon Co., N. J., is given in his own words.
TZhe delinquent tax list is on hand.
Don’t help pay high rent for other people.
I received your kind letter, and
should be seen together tlie s;>eetators jobber buys at any time a greater sup
in reply wauld say that mine was a had case o f
would ask with one voice: “ W hich is ply than is required for the filling of kidney and liver trouble, and that six bottles of
Don’t buy a wheel until you look at
current orders Under this system the Ur Pierce's ( .olden Medical Discovery ami four
California will also go without a sena Dewey?”
ll the Bicycles in the City.
bottles o f little ' Pellets ^effected a complete cure
jobber makes no eflbrt to sell prunes, It is well known that almost every engineer is
tor, owing to tho failure of the legisla
East year tho United States Imported
troubled more or less with kidney trouble, especl
Come and look at the
since, having no stock on hand, he has allv
on our fast express trains. I run one hun
ture to elect. Let Foiled Slates sena 2280 horses worth 4200,000, and export
r u g g is t s
no special motive for pushing tlie prune dred and forty-four miles on these trains every
tors bo elected by a direct vote of tho ed over 51,000 I torses worth 40,900,000.
day ill the week, and have had no return o f the
trouble since taking the remedies, nearly three
people and tints do away with senatorial In 1890 tliis country imported 38,219
it t z e u s t h o ie
This is an easy und a very spe years ago.”
horses and exported only 350). The
cious explanation; and there Is, indeed,
figures show u surprising development
Sund ay School Convention.
something in it. A merchant nuturully
Notiiing more is heard of tho Second in one article of foreign trade.
uses his best energies to sell the par
The Yamhill county Sunday school
flrsaon wanting to coiue home from
The Uulted States Is feeding 20,000 ticular merchandise in which his cap
T P L I B T T H S r iE
convention is in session at McMinnville
Manila. The boys are engaged in a lit destitute people in Havana.
It is in ital is invested; ami it is true, unques
witli the meetings being held in tlie new
tle job over there now which they seem order to ask the pothouse Cuban poli tionably, that the change from the old
Baptist church. The program for today Stationery and School Supplies.
atraioug to finish up before they tuke ticians who are trying to hurry our way of handling prunes in stock to the
Come and examine the-inside works which I will gladly show you, and
itf aa follows:
their departure (or home.
forces out o f the island if they are pre new way o f handling them pruetioully
theu if you are able to pay a reasonable price for the highest
. FRIDAY MOUSING.
pared to take up this work.
on a commission basis, is detrimental
9:"0—Devotional, Hev. G. \V. Fender,
grade, best improvements and equipment known to the whole
Books and Tablets and Etc., Etc.
Henator Lodge idt the murk when to ttie bui-incxs in that it eliminates the McMinnville.
Aguinaldo sold out to Spain previous
— you are sure to be my customer.
lie said that the postponement o f the personal interest und the selling energy
10:00— Are teachers responsible for
to the arrival of Dewey at Manila for
i ’uciflc cable by cougregs was a piece of that goes witli it from the channels of small attendance in Sunday school?
$#*»,000 but lie is not making much pro
distribution. In other words the mer Hev. Jesse Edwards, Newberg.
gress toward a similar deal witli Uncle
Gen. Henry says a man with plenty chant, having no direct proprietary in
10:30—What is the best method of in
dam. He may consider himself fortu-
aote if he escapes witli his neck in tact. of money und patience can do well in terest in prune stock, sells less limn lie creasing Sunday school collections?
I ’orto Itico. These qualifications stand would if Ids capital were involved.
j x a e m j __ n.'i ___ i
Hut there is another factor in the
a pretty good chuuce elsewhere.
lt:0 0 —School program. Relative im.
Speaker Heed is a big man in more
situation far more important, we think, portance and time for each part, Hev.
ways than one but there is litde likeli
tliun tlie change in the selling system. W. J. Waltz, Newberg.
A Story o f Kxpnuition.
hood of his ever being president. Heed’s
It is tlie substitution of other fruits in
11:30— Business session.
opposition to tlie Nicaragua Canal bill
Tho difference between the United tlie consuming markets for prunes. A
Itartlflciallydigeststh e food and aids
basset him back several numbers in the States at the moment that Census Di few years hack tlie dried prune and tlie
Baird, Nature in strengthening and recon
estimation of the people of tho West, ir rector Mcrrium is about to begin the dried upple practically monopolized North Yamhill.
structing the exhausted digestive or
respective of party.
decennial work of computation and tlie winter fruit market. Other fruits
2:00—What shall we do for the chil gans. I t is the latest liscovereddlgest-
ant and tonic. N o other preparation
that Ids earliest predecessor saw is one preserved in more expensive ways, dren? Mrs, M. L . Bordon, Lafayette.
can approach i t in efficiency. I t in- !
Inn Mnciaren who is nowon a lecturing
the marvels o f history,
llie popu- there were to be sure, but ttiey were
2:30— Use of the Bible in the Sunday stantly relieves and permanently cures1
tourin this country, begins in on early |lttlion of tl,e Uulted States in 1790, at
school, Hev. Monroe, Carlton.
Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn,
I f you are short on money let me show you m y
issue of The Ladies' Home Journal i,jg j fhe time the first national count-was and made a small figure in consump
3:00—Question box, Dr. G. W . Gran- Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea,
Sick Headache, Gastralgia, Cramps, and
latest piece of literary work. It is a ,,,lu'ei 'v,ls h* round figures, .1,930,000. tion au compared with the great staples n is.
all other results o f imperfect digestion.
seriesof popular articles in which lie -According to the statistical abstract, uhovo named. But recently great ad
Prepared by E. C. DeWItt A Co., Chicago.
M n w t l i * relation that a minister | w l,icl‘ »•»« J "»t been issued by the gov. vances have been made in the produc
3 :30—Business session.
C. F. Mooitl-: & Uo.
These are the same grade that are sold for
kofds to his congregation ; how a preach- orniuent, the population in 1808 was tion and in the preserving of other
or is helped by his people; how tho i ?4,389,000. It will bo 77,500,000 by the varieties of fruits. Tlie peach, the apri
X I > A N T E D —SE V E R A L 1 K r S T WO R T II Y
▼ ▼ persons in the .state to manage our busi
Solo, Mrs. Ethel Ballinger Dorris.
congregation- can make tho most of • a I time thut Mr. Merrium’s finish their cot, the nectarine, the plum and the
ness iu their own and« nearby .cmuities. It i9
Solo, Prof. C. W. Kantner, Lafayette. m ainly office work conducted at home. Salary
minister, and other phases ol the most
straight $91)0 a year and expenses—definite,
Iu sorae stores not a thousand miles from this city.
7 :00—Devotional, Herbert Cash.
satisfactory attitude of a congregation to u century and a quarter ago, told Fing- tities and put on the market in forms
bwuafide, no more, no less salary. Monthly $75.
Ittnd that tho population of the thirteen both excellent and cheap,und wherever
References. Enclose self-addressed stamped
I invite you to come and see me if you have any repairs to do.
Herbert E. Hess, Prest., Dept. M.
colonies was doubling every twenty- a pound of any o f these fruits is sold, a
8:00— Address, Tlie Sunday school envelope.
five years, and would continue for many pound less o f prunes or apples is sold. teacher a shepherd, Hev. Alexander
The Agricultural Epltounst says: In
- Shop Opposite Bank of Newberg.
yeurs to grow at that rate, tlie world Again, better facilities for trunsportu- Blackburn, Portland.
thoas sections where a telephone sys
N o ti le o f SheriiY’ s Sale.
was startled and incredulous. The old tion, with development af tlie orchards
tem Inis been adopted, it lias proven in
Notice*!» hereby given that in pursuance o f a
philosopher, however, was not astray of tin: Southern states, lias extended at
decree and order o f sale duly rendered and en
die highest degree satisfactory.
tered in the Circuit Court of" the state of Ore
in Ids calculations. America for many both ends the season when fresh fruits
I l e a l E s ta te Ti-n usfers.
gon for the county o f Yam hill, on tlie 20th day
writer iurssliguted a system in i ’utnam
decades doubled ln population at the ure suppled to the eastern markets.
of October A. D. 1898, in the suit of H (). Han-
Reported by the Yam hill Co. Abstract Co. at Me* sdn,plaiiitiff V r . A. G. Qffyirchill, Anna Christ-
€o, 111., and the benefits that were evi
rate he predicted. It now doubles Another factor is the marked develop
Minnvllle, Oregon, for the week eliding ensoir, and the Bunk of Nerwberg, a corporation,
dently derived from it exceeded his
D efen d an t»,! w ill sell as the law directs, at
every thirty yeurs, for the population ment in- recent years o f the market, Dec -Jl, 18jS. James M. Pugh, manager.
The largest stock of..
the west door o f the Court House of said coun
It places the farm-
o f 1870 was, roundly stated, 38,300,000, gardening system in ths East, s.upply-! ^ Iiuckiixgham (Dy slierlff) t i
ty, in the city<>f M cM innville in said county,
•r in communication witli the town
while that o f 1900 will be about twice ing fresher products, including small j ^ " 1 erry 20 a in sec 1012 ro $
at the hou rtif one o’clock t>. nr. of said day,
and his neighbors. In a uiinuto lie cun
the real property described in said decree and
fruits for the table, und measurably ! U 8 t0 John ^ r8PPatl1 1” 7-6,) »
learn what lie can gut for his grain, if lie
I order, to wit: That certain fruit evaporator
For twenty years past, tlie United taking place o f prunes and apples.
I building situated on lot No. 23 in block No. 2 of
tnnrketH it at once, and when the J< e
Ncwberg Orchard Association, Plat No. 1,
States lias been the wealthiest nation in
These fuels need not discourage I E Holt and w f to Marie K
the same appears o f record iu the office of the
Loiters ure at work, that sort of knowl
Evans 53.77 a in Deskins die
j Recorder of Conveyances o f said Yam hill
the world. It is increasing faster In prune growers, for therels still a great
edge is often of vital importance.
county, state o f Oregon, together with said lot
wealth limn any other nation. Iln i demand for their product, uml one
•an frequently save u drive of live, ten
Dated this 17th day o f February A D. 1,899.
growth in wealth exceeds Itmi in popu- likely to grow witli increase, in popu Shell Hawley and wf to A L
W. G. If KNPERSON,
or twelve miles and save valuable time
Hadaway 45 05 a in C B Haw
•¿JheriflTof Y am h ill County, State o f Oregon.
lation, for w Idle Us Increase in inhabi- j lutlon and tho development of the
in tlie busy season. He can do business
ley die t4 r4.......................... 200 00
Dints Is fer more rapid than in any nth- : taste for fruit, in the past we have
with liis neighbors at tho leust possible
cr nation on the globe, tlie proportion | uol liycn a fruit-eating people; but the j Andrew Full and Geo Funk to
C TIV E SOLICITORS W AN TED E V E R Y
Everything in Ihe Building line from a keg of Nails-to a bill of Lumber,
expenditure ol time and effort.
where for “ l'he Story of the P h ilippin es’
I B V Nash 10.07 a in E R
Furnished at ihe lowest living price.
of money in tho cmintry is steadily j fruit appetite is a thing which grows by
by Murat Halstead, commissioned by the G ov
Geary die t i rS 1 a in Fruit-
ernment as Official Historian to the War De
gaining on it. In 1870 tlie wealth per custom, and now that frnils are easily
The Capital Journal says: Tlie early i inhabitant was $18.i3. It was$24 04 iii ami cheaply available at all seasons, | dale...................................... . 575 00 «am ps at San Francisco, on the Pacific with
| General Meritt, in the hospitals at Honolulu,
•losing movement, including Sunday , 1880, $34 24 in 1890, and 43-1.30 in 1808. ! there is likely to lie a demand that will Ellin Simmons to J I. Vauuoy
in Hong Kong, in the American trenches at
5 . 0 00 J Manila, in the insurgents camp v. 1th Asruinaldo
13050 sq ft in McM
dosing, is a humane reform to give those It is likely to be between 43(1 ami 437 take all that the relatively limited fruit-
(*n the Deck o f the Olym pia with Dewey and
employed indoors the benefit of a little j in 1000. This growth in wealth is also bearing regions can produce.—Oregon-
| iu the n n r o f battle at the tall o f Manila. Bo-
>50 00 nana » for agent» Brimful of original pictures
J Myers it 1 sec 33 t 2 r3 . . . .
■ton- krisor* and outdoor recreation., without a parallel in the record wf any iun.
taken by the governm ent photographers on the
Mary K Evans and has to Mary
There is plenty of timeto do all the busi- oilier great nation. The amount oC
Large hook Low prices. Big profits.
| Freight paid. Credit given
Drop all trashy
I. Hoskins oh. a in the Des
ness from 7 u. m. to fi. p. m. on six days j money in circulation likewise shows a
unofficial war hooks. Outfit free
A t Msnlln.
kills die t3 r2 ..................... 290 (X) : K. T: ■Rar.ber, sec’y Star Insurance Bldg , C hi
in the week, and not make mere ma- ] steady ami rapid gain. This was $21.10
No person can gainsay our right to Elijah Hutchens and wf to Geo
«Dines out of employes and employers, I on July 1st, 1890, it was (22.49 at the
Howie and wf 40 a n e of n e
witli no regard for their licutth or land- j same date in 1897, ami 424 71 at the occupy Manila. We are in Manila to
ties. Such a movement honestly m l-; middle of 1898 . Tids increase is ren- day not simply because we captured the
sec see 25 t2 r 3 ....................
kern) to will increase the prosperity o f itered particularly remarkable by the city by force of arms; we arc there by Ulizatietb Shuler to Tlios Hall 4
8, a adjoining Dayton .......... 350 00
ocr city. Having more time to spend at I circumstance that by tlie use o f checks, agreement with Spain under the proto-
their homes, men will want better drafts and the other money economic-! co^
E me Vine Foster and bus to Geo
koines. Having rnoro time away from tog contrivances, a dollar is now eu- j 1>l>08 nnvone claim that tlie insur-
1! Foster 00 a in J Christnand
M AN U K AU TU K E H S OK
business, more young men will think of abled to do more work than twice or (tents over controlled Manila? When
1c ts r3 ..........................
A L L K IN D S O E L U M B E R .
getting a Innne of their own. It will in- thrice that sum could have done in the wo went into Manila with our troops, Ilettie Falconer to Tennessee
Spain with her forces went out of Ma-
W e have a lot o f ehnie* mountain tim ber and
erraso tho attendance at churches und ear’y p a H o f the century.
Falconer It 4 5 blk 17 Falconer
Hre constantly running our mill.
•ntertuinments and will build np the
A4 tlie (line the first head of tho con- nil*- Whatever may be said about this
nil to Sheridan .................... V50 00
would ii*w y- u if iu need o f L U M B E R
to carefully exam ine the
spiritual and moral welfare of the city, sus began his count tin- a ren o f the mystical government which somewhere Hattie Falconer to A B Falconer
tnsuy nothing of making all our people United States was 827,844 square miles, outside of Manila is said to have a capi
|t 0 blk 12 Falconer add to
Q U A L I T Y A C U T OF OUR L U M B E R
The Ball has begun to Roll.
lalthicr, happier ami wiser.
ANO C O M P A R E P R IC E S .
it is now, Inclusive o f Alaska, 3,025,- till, no man can deny ilrnt the Insurgents
jlheridan .............................. 100 (X)
and Vedette Bicycles are selling.
1 000 square miles
j Before biry4ug .elsewhere ask for prices ou '
ignty in that city.
The Dismal Swamp canal, w hose open- I VV,* ° " Kn“ c“ h
« uc" * ‘d
»"> * «P '
I s a w e d c f . d a r p o s t s , K o l'Q H o r d r e s s e d h >'o a are thinking of purchasing a Wheel, see this beautiful line before bujung.
c m r v t T COURT.
It is said that Aguinaldo and his
leg lor commerce is announced to take ProxUi.iately. and the recent acquisi-
Prices arc right.
delivered in Newberg if »o desired.
associates helped us to capture Manila.
Suits filed in Department No 1.—Owen I.umher
AtLlit’Jte us as above or call uu our ageut.
piace in a dav or two, is tlie oldest pub- ‘. l?.'"1 “ U
8'S00’° " 0
I do not stop to discuss the question Bunnett trustee against Morris Mercan
Be work in tlie country, dating back to , " U? " } ho nrst
A . I*. O L I V E R ,
Model 50, $60— Columbia Chainless, ’98.
whether this is true or not. It ia quite tile Co., action for money.
the rear 1787, when a company, of which ,um,e “ ,e wl’,U;rn b' r,Kr " f tbl’
N e w b e r g , Or.
Model 59, S75 —
Department No 2.— Mary J. Carl, vs
''George Washington was one ol the dl. |
wos the Mississippi river, ami its certain they did not help our Navy to
utherly line was u parallel which cuts destroy the fleet of Spain; and if they David Stout. Partition suit.
Model 57, $50— Columbia Chain, ’99.
rectors, was organized to build it.
did not help ns to rapture Manila, it on
Probate court notes—Rasmus Nelson
much progress was made in the matter across the lower ends o f the present
Model 49, $40—
ly intensifies tlie wantonnese and the guardian of Martha »hodden, insane.
■ntil alter-the war of 1812, when the
Pattern 19-20, $35, Hartford Chain, ‘99.
wilfulness of their present attitude. We Guardian files first annual report show-
•Livernment, having realized tho necess
Pattern 2t-22, $25 :526— Vedette Chain,.-’99.
receipts amounting to (837.20. Balance
ity of mi inland passage for vessels, took tlie Mississippi river. A ll the territory
N F B R ITT P resid en t
our troops tieyond the limits implied or on hand due estate (399.85. Report ap
J. C. COLCORD. Cashier-
bohl of it. In 1822 K was finally o|>ehed
We were proved.
•otraffle *distanco of twenty-two miles. 1 ¡0,>R*'4 to Spain, ami all the territory indicated by the pnvtoeol.
below the southerly line mentioned wn* there purely upon the defensive, and
I. C Triplett released the hearing o f
For many years it wn* n grv.it waterway
The patronage of those having repairing to do is respectfully solicited.
this attack upon the American army in final account set for May 2, 1S99. 8 U
for interstate commerce, but 4}nnlly it owned by the same country. We spread
Am prepared to do Brazing at reasonable rates.
I have the on
to the 1‘acillc and tlie Gulf of Mexico Manila is. ns I said before, as wanton, ns Pearson deceased, the hearing of final
was allowed to run down until it became
ly shop in towu that does lathe work.
C. F. JO H N SO N '
long ngo, and now stretch humlreos of wilful, a* gross a violati, n of every prill- account continued until April 8, 1899.
tinmvigable. Now, after the expenditure
B. < MILKS.
James Fielt deceased. Second annual
«4 a largo amount of money by Eastern miles fartixT to the south ami thou* eiple of right and of every rule of law as
K II WOODWARD.
BUI I T.
esi|atalisU, it is about to lw reopened.
1 do not know wtiat motive led to this estate M^rv and Scot Flett miners,
The canal forms an important link in liavv besides taken in a large strip to
Ike chain of inland waterway* from New tlie novthwrest. 'the rhnt.ges o f the that attack. That it was premeditated .guardian file* first annual report show -
near future may be as nmmdag a* those and general no mati, so far ss 1 know, ing that he had reoeiveJ from all sowrees
York to tlie Flor.da cogtt, and w ill o|a-n
the sum of (1929.91 and that lie lias ex
■P over 2,000 miles of inland navigation, w hlch have occurred in Hie past. U n
From tho inform a lion we now have I pends l the sum of (1710 leaving a bal
com prising the many rivers ai.d stream* der tlie present rate of increase, which
R ttK srn x n rN T « t.vM A r
• r- rt
« d im that it was premeditated and ance iu the hands o( the guardian of t-o
F L O ! R , F E E D , I I A Y A G I I VI N
- land; Natisasi f*ark »auk, 8esr York
of the Carolina*.—Indianapolis Journal. double* the populah. ii -very thirty
y«urs, there are children now living w anton, and I beleive was »spired sole $210.91.
GARDEN A FLO W ER
y\ ho w ill see ;!Od,iXVl,00t) people In til« ly with reference to its effect or possible
J \V Ayres admrol the estate of A va
S E E D ».
m o w t h k « ii.n n r n R w n n i \ r .
■ Solicit* ihr pstronmet of his old fnUast
United States in it* present aiva. even effn-t upon tlie action of the Senate in li ns Ayres deceased and tiles first semi
Friend, who seed watch repair in , dons.
Tlie proposition to armor plate all if tlie area d es not Itself expand in tlie ratifying or acting upon the treaty.— in annual account, »aid account is by i e
the army beef hereafter la-fore sending interval, it will lie a striking contrast the.March issus oi The National Maga court allowed lite sum of f i t » as his Stronc.-rs v i,iliac ths city «re invitee, to exit st !
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E. C. W a r d A Uo.
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commission and said a lmr is allowed
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Hello, Central! Give us everybody on the wires.
Men’s, Boys’, Children’s Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats and Caps and
Gents Furnishings in New berg, as we have recently
closed out ALL old stock.
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Hats of every description from 75c. to 84.50.
Come, investigate and be convinced that we are furnishing good goods
at honest prices.
H o d s on H ros.
Yours for honest dealing,
NEWBERC CLOTHING HOUSE.
C. F. Moore & Co
Digests what you eat.
A. M. HOSKINS.
¡ Doors, Windows, Paints, Oils,
Brushes, Glass in Newberg.
W. P. SEA C O C K ,
Proprietor Building Material Depot.
Nelson & Reed,
Columbia Model 49, $40.
Bank of Newberg.
CAPITAL STOCK, 330,000.
Feed & Seed Store JOHN
P O R T L A N D , OÜL-