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Evangelist Cv F, VVeigle and
wife visited in town Wednesday
with Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Vestal.
J. M. Atkinson went to Salem
Tuesday with seventeen head o f
Jerseys.and it goes without sav
ing that he w ill return with his
share <^f State Fair premiums.
Wilson & Hanning for Teas,
Hon. W .'T. West, w ho recent Coffees and Spices.
ly traded for the Dunstan place
Just received a nice line of
east o f town, arrived here this
school supplies. The Gazelle.
week w ith his family. F or the
present they are quartered in
S a l e — Gent’s bicycle,
tents as they could not get im- coaster brake, in good condition,
mediate possession. Mr. W est Wheel can be seen at this office,
said they preferred camping
Offered by the Chehalem VaUey Mills on
W a . n t k d —Help in orchard and
rather than t6 make the move
bread made from their flour, the “ Patent,” the
later when the roads get muddy. dryers. Women $1:60 and men
$1.75 per day. Thomas Prince,
“ Excellent” or thè “ Lew is & C lark.”
A number o f ladies were pleas
antly entertained by Mrs. J. C. ----- ----------- — | ---- ----------------------------- --------
, Exhibit to be made at the YamhiQ County
Colcord and Mrs. L. H. Shirley
Stock Show and School Fair to be held in Mc
Tomatoes for sale a t reason
at the latter’s home Wednesday able prices.
E nos E l l i s .
Minnville, S e p t 25th to 28th.
August 29 from four to five in
honor of their sister Mrs. M ilt
F or express and light hauling
C L A S S ( A ).
Girls 12 years ¿Id o r over,.
Nicholson, w ho left Friday for leave orders a t Rich’s grocery.
1st prise. $10.00; next five prizes, $1.00 each.
her new home at Caldwell, Ida
C L A S S (B ).
Girls under 12 years o f age,
ho. The home was tastefully
Remember there is no better
prizes same as in Class ( A ) .
decorated with ferns and flowers. flour than Chehalem Valley MU Is
Ligh t refreshments were served! Patent hard wheat flour.
W e can tell you most about the clothes your
The three months old infant
Notice of Quardian’s Sale of Real
boys should w ear, and can sh ow you most in the
Wanted—Butter and eggs a t
son o f Ms. and Mrs. C. C. Elliott
C ity M eat M arket.
w a y of clever workm anship, durable fabrics and re
died Sunday, the funeral services, Wilson & Hanning’s.
Notice U hereby (I r e n that the underelfued
Next door to the bowling alley
liable, honest merchandise.
W. R. Everest ae guardian of the eetate of John
conducted by Pres. McGrew and
Krereat. Morton O Everest, Nathan W. Bvsr- handles all kinds of fresh aad cored
est, Joseph I. Everest. W illiam M. Everest,
Amos Kenworthy, being held at
Vegetarian Cafe, 105 Sixth Charles 8. Evereet and Mary E. Evereet. minors meats. Both phones..
A t one time and another all the clothing makers
the Elliott home above Dundee street hear Washington. S. J. by virtue of an order and license of sale duly
made and (ran ted by the county court ot tarn
in A m erica have given us the opportunity to look at
h ill county, Oregon, on the sixth day o f An
Monday afternoon. Interment Lashier, Manager.
Free D elivery.
(u s t A. 0. IMS, eiopow sring and licensing hi:
their goods and handle their line. W e have had our
‘ do, arlll on and ‘ after
fter the 22nd day ol Sep
was made in Roselawn cemetery.
tember A. D. 1908 at Mesrberg, Y am h ill county,
Highest cash price paid for hogs, vsek ami
choice of all the lines m ade, and have selected as the
Use Chehalem Valley Mills Oregon, offer for sale and w ill eell at nrtvata
The parents wish the Graphic to
■ale for caab to the highest bidder the follo w poukrv.
ing described real property belonging to said
express their gratitude to friends
one~brand representing the high standard of quality
o f the donation land
.____ t o - w i l A portion ____
JOS. M O T S C H E N B A C H E R , Prop.
claim o f W illiam Jones end wife, olatm No. 88
and reliability that made by Ederhetmer, Stein & Co.
and being part of section No. 18 in t 3 ■ r 2 w of
W E S L E Y B O Y E S , Q mm.
the W illam ette Meridian, in Y a m h ill eonaty.
tended in their bereavement.
When you w ant a buggy, surry State
under their famous label X t r a g o o p D .
of Oregon, and elaim No. 44, being part of
18 and 18 In t 8 s r 8 w of the W illa
A highly successful meeting of or any kind o f a vehicle, Andrew sections
mette M eridian In the eounty o f Yam h ill and
T h e X T K A aooD brand has given satisfaction
of Oregon, and which said portion Is
the Yamhill County Rural M ail Pichett w ill sell it to you at a state
bounded ar|d described as follows t o - s r i t B e
at a point on the east boundary line of
to more people than any other brand of boys' clothes.
Carriers’ Association was held price that cannot be duplicated said donation
land claim 40.32 chains from the
east corner of said donation land claim
in Newberg Monday at which in this tow n, quality considered. north
M ore X T » . a g o o D clothes are w orn than any other
thence south 8.49 chains to a stake on the east
line of said dona, land c la im ; thence west 35.85
ten of the seventeen carriers from First street opposite postoffice.
kind. People w h o know about the different grades
chains to a stake; thence north 8.49 chains to a
stake; thence east 33.86 chains to the place of
the various parts of the county
beginning and contalng 30.43 acres more or less
A gen t fo r the A n gle
of boys clothing prefer to buy X t r a g o o D . It is
Call and try the Eastern Hard and being part of the north half ot said dona
were in attendance. The visitors
Lam p Co’s.
tion land claim , and said portion containing
guaranteed absolutely; m aker and furnisher both
acres more or less (excepting therefrom
arrived in the forenoon and were Wheat Flour at Wilson & Han 80.43
1.50 acres thereof heretofore sold t o w . R. E ver
pledge you full satisfaction.
hospitably entertained at dinner
Dated this the ninth day of Augnst A. D. 1906.
W. R. E vkkkst ,
by S. A. Mills. The business
F or these reasons it w ill pay you to talk over
Guardian of the estate of said minors.
The light that never fails.
meeting o f the association was
Attorney for eetate.
w ith us the style your boy could w ear, the pattern
Dealer in special High Grade
held in the afternoon at the col ing steam process, expert w ork
that w ill best suit him and the price you should
Kerosene aad Cssolinr
lege when the following new of men, fit Portland. W ork re
Delivered tree of chugs ia city limits.
pay. Discuss these maters at once and in our store.
ficers were elected: S. A. Mills, turned mext day. F or samples
Newberg, president; C. H. Kelly, of w ork and prices see Mrs. J. M.
Sole Agent for
Carlton, vice president; N. B. Shaw, West Third street New
Willetts, North Yamhill, secre
Every Correct Style
Bell Phone 176
A fine large line of
tary and treasurer. After an in
^ n ^ R e w n tb je P r iç ii
I am prepared to put up wire
teresting consideration ot ques fencing in all sizes and styles at
tions of interest to themselves right prices, guaranteeing satis
and the service, the carriers ad factory work. I t will pay you
journed to meet at North Yam to consult me.
H. E. N e w l i n .
N elson & H anson
hill on the twenty-second o f next
February. Following, the busi
O n hand at the Racket Store
ness meeting the Newberg car
---- dealers in----
riers, Mr. Mills, A. C. Martin
The opening day for Pacific and C. W. Skelton, escorted the
Railroad T im e Table.
Team and harness, -plow, har
Bicycles, and Bicycle Sun
DRESS G O O D S, SH O ES,
College is September 25.
disk harrow, mower, hay
visitors about tow n showing
dries, Guns and Ammuni
A N D N O T IO N S .
tion, Baseball and Tennis
Clem Niswonger has rented them the various places of in rake, three horse rig for wagon,
8.52 a. m.
5.05 p. m. the larger Forsyth cottage on terest. The latter were more Sharpels Tubular Separator,
Goods, Fishing Tackle, etc.
J. N A S H & 0 0 .
College street with the expecta than pleased with what they
8.52 a. m.
5.40 p. m. tion o f living here and attending saw and on leaving in the even
A sa C. M o r s e ,
Come in and see us. We
college the coming year.
ing expressed themselves as never
have the best the market
J. W. Forsyth is at home from having been so royally enter
the Falls City lumbering district tained.
Has the best facilities for fur
this week, where he is interested
Repairing of a ll kinds
M a rria g e Licenses.
Dollon Kenworthy came up with the Polk County Lumber
nishing first class meats and
from Portland Tuesday morning ing Company. The company is
Emma Lorentga Taugue 19, butchers’ supplies, and the best
to make arrangements to attend putting in a new mill which will to Gilbert Grimes 29.
is none too good for their cus S E P T IC T A N K S A S P E C IA L T Y
Pacific College the coming year. be ready to start up in a few
Kate R. Johnson 18, to Harry tomers. Free delivery and both
M U TU AL PHONE, 186
A t a meeting o f the school days.
Edith Charity Atkins 15, to
board Monday evening it was
The business men on First
definitely decided that the New-
street from College to Center
The Alkn Evaporating Co. is
Ethel Helen Wilks 19, to Wm.
berg public school shall open on
have signed a paper agreeing to
in the market for prunes at the
Monday, October the first.
takatnrns as an additional night
Grace E. Nash 21, to Elza A. highest market price for the best
W. L. Graham and family, o f watch in the limits indicated
Kelso, Washington, have been until the “ long dry spell” is ter
General Robert E. Lee.
a M i
visiting with Mrs. Graham’s minated.
A wise precaution
. • : :
parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. which others on the street would
world has ever known. Ballard’s
N i l J T
Christenson, at their home up do well to take.
FOR TRAD E : 260 acre farm Snow Liniment is the greatest lini-
; j LINIMENT
ï • :?
F. E. Whitney, superintendent to trade for small place near N e w - ment. Quickly cures all pains. It
John Cox, o f Winterset, Iowa, o f the railway mail service in
n O —
Pointer, Hempstead, Texas, writes:
who has been making a tour o f formed a representative o f the balance good pasture. One mile This is to certify that Ballard’s
the Northwest including British Graphic Tuesday that beginning from Oretown on Nestucca Bay, Snow Liniment has been used in
Columbia, is making a visit here this week, probably Thursday near school, cheese factory and my household for years and has
been found to be an excellent lini
with his cousin, David Martin. or Friday, a mail clerk will be fish cannery.
FOR SALE : 200 acre farm, ment for rheumatic pains. I am
Mr. Cox visited here six years placed on the morning train out
never without it. Sold by Cbas.
you w ill always have Rood health. W hat is more to a man
o f Portland and from this date all fenced, 100 acres cultivated, F. Moore.
than good health? A ll the money in the world can’ t make
happiness where health Is unknown. Ballard’s Snow Liniment
. Mrs. C. J. Larsen returned a Sunday mail service w ill be balance good pasture and nice
— ----- — - Rheumatism, Cuts, Burns, Sprains,
home last week from a visit with established. E. S. Piper will be
—-—» - Stiff
——— —tad Mitsr
Back and all the Ills that Flesh Is Heir to.
her married daughters in Eastern given this run when he returns running creek through pasture.
A n O unce o f P re v e n tio n
Oregoq. While gone she took up to work at the close o f his vaca- Good farm buildings, splendid
Is worth a pound of cure. There
well o f water at house, four
a timber claim along with sever tion.
are many poor sufferers, consump
J . O. Hcott, Salt Lake City, Utah, writes; “ I cannot
al others in Wheeler county, set
too highly praise your Ballard's Bnow Liniment for
No sooner had J. T. Rhoton acres o f orchard. Nicely located tives who are hopless of getting
the relief of acute rheumatism, caused by sudden change
ting a good example o f thrift set a dozen eucalyptus trees last three miles northwest o f New well- who, if they had taken care
and exposure to the weather. I also recommend your1
and foresight to those younger spring than they were dug up
Ballard’ s Horebound Syrup for oougns and oolds.
A cough is the foundation of con
These used together defy all pain.
and spirited aw ay by some one,
G E T T H E GENUINE.
Three Sizes 25c, 50c, $1.00
$5,000 cash, balance five years at
Miss Betsey Jensen, daughter and recently some o f his remain
Syrup will core that cough. Mrs.
S—, Gteat Falls, Montana, writes:
o f Mr. and Mrs. Peter Jensen, ing shade trees have suffered in
“ I have used Ballard’s Horebound
W A R R E N & STATER,
o f West Chehalem, died Friday ju ry a t the hands of some van
in my family for years—my
at the Adventist sanitarium in dal. Suspicion is directed to cer
500-502 North Second Street,
children never suffer with coughs
Portland whither she had been
Sold by Cbas. F. Moore.
Patent, Patent, Patent.
taken for treatment. The funer go slow in the future, else the
Chehalem Valley Mills Patent
al services were held tKre Sunday assistance of a competent sur
hard wheat flour is unsurpassed
in the Adventist church, inter geon may be needed to extract for strength, purety and white
Boardlag »off ter sakoal far vessa ledi
S o ld a n d R e c o m m e n d e d b y
(Lesehtlakv metho4). A rti Oxnglsi*
ment being made in the G. A. R. a load o f bird shot from the ness. $1.30 per sack at all Usale
A estesile Conns: m e la i fateeeaneata.
O.F. MOORE AJOO.. Newberg, Ore.
tsfsnnatloB a te rs g T s u ts » in park-.
Fail to Try for the
Discuss the Boys* Clothes
Question w ith U s
* H. A. FORGH T |
SUM M ER
W A IS TS
E. A. ELLIS,
Sewer and Tile Work.
Also Well Digging.
H e a r t h is
M o re Them
B A LLA R D ’S
L IN IM E N T
One W ho Knows.
Ballard Snow Liniment Co.