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The fellow who is uupble to Dr, Romig and family went to
raise a dust these hays is slow Newport last week.
LITTLEFIELD & ROMIG
- Dr. Larkin is breaking in
John Dunstan was over from his feet.
PHYSICIANS A SURGEONS
colt that has the marks of a
Trask the first of the week.
Anderson Hodgson returnee
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Shaw of
I Office in Pint Nat’l Bank Building from a visit with Sam Jones a: Rosedale last Monday.
Charley Mackie is building a Portland visited in town with
evaporator on his Mrs. Shaw’s parents Sunday.
Semon Madson and Dwigh': place a fruit
east of tows.,
Mr. and Mrs. David Martin
Coulson went to Newport last
on a trip to the Little
Minnville visited in towu last Nestucca beach the first of the
A. R. Cumpston of Sellwood Saturday
with Frank Taylors. week.
DR. R. W. HARROLD,
visited in town last Saturday
Guy E. Metcalf spent Sunday Glen Winslow, wife and little
with Wesley Hollingsworth.
town, Mrs. Metcalf and the one, of Pendleton, stopped off here
Sam Atkinson and his two sis babies
evening for a short vis
to Newport Tuesday day. • returning with him Mon it Saturday
Successor to Dr. H. C. Dixon J. ters M. went
with Mr. and Mrs. John
and his wife having re
Miss Flossie Bass returned
last week where she Adam Webber is building
J. L. Davis came down from spent Salem
new fruit evaporator on his
Hood River last Friday to try school. five weeks in the summer place
southeast of town to take
the atmosphere of his old home
of the one that was
Principal R. W. Kirk was at
CLARENCE B U TT. — place up the valley.
McMinnville last week serving
Will praotlo« In all tL* uouru of the »tate
Word came by wire Irom Pleas as
Special attention given
probate work, the
a member of the board of ex Mr. Elizabeth Spaulding and
writing ol deed», mortgage., contract* and the ant Plain, Iowa, announcing the
drafting of all legal paper.
Mrs. C. K. Spaulding and chil
Mow berg Oregon. death of Prof. Harvey Crumly's aminers for teachers.
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dren went to Newport last Fri
Bank of Mewberg Building.
mother the day following his de Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Galland day.
The boys, Walter and
parture for her home last week returned from their trip to the Cliff drove
the pony over and
last week, the latter much
G. U. SN A PF
Mr. and Mrs. Emmer Newby beach
fished along the route.
and Miss Verda Crozer spent improved in health
H. E. Follett has traded the
Saturday and Sunday in town Miss Laura Wilkens, daughter store
on First street
Mr. and Mrs. S. F. pause went of Dr. Wilkins of McMinnville, which is building
Office near residence on College
home with them for a short visit visited in town with Dr. Bowers’ Mercantile Co. to by
PHONE MAIN NO. 171
Axum Newby and family ar last Friday and Saturday.
rived home from an overland Gordon Jones, publicity man hop ranch. He will remove
triy to the beach Monday and ager for the Holmes Business the ranch about the first of Oc
John Rush and family Tuesday College in Portland, visited in tober.
morning, all parties with agood, town Sunday with Frank Dews. R. L. Harris, G. B. Abdill and
Wm. Stratton went to the big Ed Hadaway were down from
district above Falls City Dayton Monday inspecting our
OSTEOPATHIC PH YSICIA N S
Revs. Oliver Kenworthv of Sa
Graduate, et the peroni achool, Kirkirllle, lem, F. M. George, Lewis I. Had the first of the week to assist in
S o., under
~ Di'. A.
of Bank ley and John F. Hanson of Port building bunk houses for the city reservoirs. After having ad
Offlee at Reatdenee, on« Mock n
vertised for bids for building a
Offlee hour», i to 12 and 1:30 to 6.
land, were in town Saturday oggers.
and failing to
and Sunday attending Quarterly Mrs. S. L. Hanson of Portland receive any reseryoir
Meeting of Friends church.
and Miss Bell Cook, of Salem, cided to build bids one Dayton
Dr. Littlefield’s little sorrel were in town Wednesday night A bevy of Dayton girls headed
OR. GEO. LARKIN,
trotting mare which has been at no attend the Brown-Brouillette by Miss Vivian Miller, a former
for some time has devel wedding.
student in Pacific College, came
— «-DENTIST-*— Salem
oped a speed of less than 2:30 Miss Katie Dimond, composi down
on the train last Friday
with very moderate training, tor in the Graphic office and her morning
Offlee orar Chehalem Valley Bank.
and canvassed the town
and he has turned down an offer cousin Miss Mpbel Gillette of in the interests
N ew b erg ,
the new paper,
of $500 for her.
Carlton, who also spent a year the Optimist. of Many
Roy Stratton writes to the at the case in this office, are tak bashful young men were rounded
home folks that he is herding ing a two week’s vacation visit up on the streets and the pur-
sheep near old Fort Benton in ing with friends at Ranier.
suasive language and the win
the northeastern part of Mon Edmund Robinson who was some smiles to which they were
DR. N. M O R R IS O N
tana. He is not very favorably on his way to his post of duty subjected by the fair damsels,
impressed with that part of Un the land office at Bismark, were enough to make an experi
cle Sam’s big sheep pasture.
North Dakota, after having vis enced book agent turn green
a short time in Califor with envy.
Office over Bank of Newberg ] In a laudable effort to keep nia, for
stopped off here Sunday A few of the relatives and
abreast of the times and to add
tor a short visit. T iisf4 friends of Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo
Z K X S J B X X X X M S W S X S m to the conveniences of his home,
still in California.
B. Moffitthasbuiltanew barn
Hadley dropped in at their home
on his place near town on the Seth Mills and Levi Lewis went on the farm a half mile north
north and is now about finish > Jacksonville Monday where west of town last Friday, with-
Potter's Jewelry ing some extensive additions to they expected to join with Dr. oyt previous announcement dur
honias Hester of that place and ing their absence, and on their
Johnson of Medford for a return they found ice cream and
Apples are being offered for sale
in the stores here in Newberg lunt for big game in the moun other refreshments all ready as
that are fairly alive with San tains. In Seth’s absence on his a reminder of the fact that it
It haadqnartm (or all kiadt ol
ose scale/ Anyone buying this annua! vacation as rural mail was the thirtieth anniversary of
jewciiy f oiiverwaie, w nenes
iruit and taking it to their homes carrier on route No. 2, Enos Ellis, their wedding. Those present to
and Clocks tpr ike holiday
don’t know what they are do bis substitute is carrying the assist in the celebration of the
Hundred* oi Ring.
ing. The peelings dropped in mail.
event were Mrs. D. J. Gilbert and
Mrs. W. H. Bond, Mrs,
Hon. W. T. West of Tillamook
Repairing ol all ki
county came over with Johtr Zella Linton, Mr. and Mrs. Elza
on fruit trees but on rose bushes >unstan last week and closed a Hadley, Mrs. Clara Steinbech,
and shrubs of every kind. Be :rade for the Dunstan place easL Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Harger and
ware ol what you buy in the of town, now occupied by E. H. the Misses Cora Hadley and Amy
Give Him a Call.
markets if you value your shrub Weatherhead. It is understood Harger.
bery and fruit trees.
that he expects to move out with There were a great many trees
A preacher who resides in the his family before the fall rains about town sprayed for the San
country came into town some set in and take possession of the Jose scale last winter but some
months ago and ordered a place. Mr. West is reputed to neglected it and the results are
F. H. Caldwell three
new pair of eye glasses, stating be an enterprising, upright citizen plain to be seen. Trees can be
that he had lost his old ones, and Tillamook’s loss will be our found right here in town that
is was in again last week to gain. In the land trade the are reeking with the scale and
say to the eye man that he had Dunstans get a stock ranch on the fruit from such trees is being
found the lost glasses safely laid the BigNestucca between Clover- offered for sale from the stores.
away in the bible. Well if the dale and Tillamook.
Some of it is so badly marked by
city preacher is entitled to a Last Monday’s mail brought the little pests that it is plain to
three month’s vacation to rest the announcement of the mar- be seen with the naked eye.
PRESCRIPTIO N DRUGGISTS
up, why shouldn’t the farmer- riage of Prof. Eliezer Partington This criminal carelessness is a
preacher be allowed (to at least to Miss Flora Hobson, which menace to the men who are mak
We carry everything usually
kept in a fcrsl-class drugstore.
rest his eyes during the hot, was solemnized at the hotne of ing fruit growing a business and
A fuOliire o( school kooks usd
stuffy weather? - -
the bride’s mother at Damascus, it is evident that more vigorous
In about thirty days it is ex Ohio, August 8. It was a double action on the part of all must be
pected that logs irom the great wedding, a twin sister, Laura, demanded if we care to main
forests above Falls City will be being married to Ralph S. Cop- tain one of our paying industries.
arriving at the mill in Newberg pock at the same time. The Newton J. Slyter who owns
for the Spaulding Logging Com same mail also brought the an eleven acres where the old build
pany in train loads of twelve to nouncement of the approaching ings stood on the John H. and
fourteen cars a day. Camps are marriage of one of our home Scby Hess donation land claim
being established in the timlter boys, J. Aubrey Kramien, a grad near town on the northwest,
and with their new facilities for uate of Pacific College. A clip has torn the old house away,
transporting the logs direct from ping from the Knightstown, In- using what lumber was sound
the forests to the mill by rail, ana, Banner, says: At tfic and has erected a neat cottage
they will be able to fill any kind monthly meeting of Friends in the old orchard just in front
an order for lumber within a church here Saturday, the ap of the old site. The old house
When you are hungry try a very
days after it is given proaching marriage of Mr. J. which wns erected some fifty
the White House Restaurant them. few
The company has under Aubrey.- Kramien, educational years ago by the Hess family is
where warm meals will be
consideration the matter of put director of the Y. M. C. A. at one among the last of the old
served at all hours.
ting on a night shift and if this Bloomington, 111., and Miss land marks of the valley to go.
is done the mill will turn oat Ethel Edwards, of Grant City, tt was considered a fine house in
something like 160,000 feet of was announced, to take place in its day and for many years of the
lumber in the twenty hour’s run. the near future. Both are grad early settlement of Chehalem
The bulk qf the output of the mill uates of Earlham College, and valley this was a gathering point
Mrs* C J. Leavitt
is being sold to the Salt Lake they will probably enter the mis foit the settlers to visit ami have
a social time.
sion work in a year or two.
We will discontinue giving
that we have out will
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D. B O W I M .
PARKER MERC. CO.
»1RS. A L IC I C. B O W I M
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Hire we are, still at the old stand, with a larger
and better stock than has ever been carried in Newberg
with high class goods added. When passing drop in.
W . W . Hollingsworth & Co.
T he H ouse F u rn ish ers
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But call your attention to the fact that our
stock of Groceries both Staple and Fancy
is Complete in every Detail, and Remem
ber we make our own prices and save
Our Shoe Line is Complete and up to date
Special Prices and Discounts for a few
Call and examine our new stock of China
and Dinner Sets at Extremely Low Prices.
YOURS FOR BUSINESS
WILSON 4, HANNING
Wholesale dealers in the famous
Ice cream and butter
BUTTER. 50c per roll
Orders for ice cream should be
placed a day or two in advance
John C Keller. Mgr.
^ ja tja a o s ju t
Nelson & Hanson'
Bicycles, and Bicycle Sun
dries, Guns and Ammuni-
tion, Baseball and Tennis
¡j Goods, Fishing Tackle, etc.
f Come in and see us. We
$ have the best the market
Repairing of all kinds a £