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seems strongest in the
and this be»utiful weat
to i n s p i r e e v e r y on e in
en work, and all the
are busy getting the
ready for crops.
A Distinctive Reason
W h a t ia the c h ie f reason for the superi
ority o f R oy a l B aking P o w d e r?
E v a n g e l i s t i c meetings have
ip progress here since Feb.
the leadershipof Rev
Glasscock, \fach interest
is being shown in the services
and a goodly number o f converts
are * being gained. Rev. Robt.
Miller, the singing evangelist
from Salem came in Tuesday
evening and will assist For the
o * f the week.
Arthur Stockman, J. L. and
H oward Fearev spent Sunday at
Valley View farm.
C. E. Ncwhoose is breaking in
a new Ford, along with other
M ix Blanch Hart o f Tillamook
is visiting with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Thos. Lem on v '
Mr. and Mrs. W. E Paine re
turned M onday evening from a
For Sale Roosters—1 Plymouth
Rock, 1 Patrfdge Rock, 1 White
Leghorn. Newberg Feed & Seed
See the Big guessing candle in
the window at 'The Big Hdwe.
Store.’ H ow many hours will
For sale—Grade Durham cow ,
gives five gallops o f milk *a day.
Price $60. Prank Keyes, phone
Lone Fir Dairy—For sweet and
sour milk, buttermilk, skim milk
and cream. Delivery made of
gjffifff If you are thinking ol getting a
gasoline engine, it will pay you
to make a trip to see; Larkin-
Prince Hdwe. Co.
6:87 A. M.
9:10 A. M .
1:17 P. M.
4:06 P- M.
2:26 P. M. I
*1:00 A. M. ;
+6:51 P. M. [v n a
•Saturday night only
fL oop Special Suturda
For SAle—Full blood Barred
Rock eggs at 50 cents per set
ting. Will deliver in tow n. Mrs.
Jas. Gray, Dundee.
I t pd
SHILOH RELIEF CORPS NO. M .
Meetings held the 2nd end 4th Hsu
dey o t eech month et 2:30 P. M. in tl
L O. O. F. Hall.
Minnie B. Byers, Pres.
- Bnuns Langworthy, 8s
- ' ' -
Sale — Good ail - round
horse, will work single and doa
ble. Price reasonable. Gay V.
Abernathy, R. 2, phone 3a4.
For Sale or Rent—Six-room
jliouse and lot 100x110 feet at
If my record a . County Record-|«bo^ ^
_Sm^ ! ^
e* has been -satisfactory t o tl
people o f Yamhill County I w
again solicit their support. |
i Wanted, at once—Young girl
like the work and need t! to work for board and clothes
and small wage*. J. L. Nortbup,
H. S. Maloney.
phone White 97.
LATEST M ODEL
Com e in and see it Demonstrated
M M M N T E D FOREVER AC/UNST M ECHANICAL DEFECTS
Easy to Operate, Piano Finish, Adjustable Brush
Indoor Costless Clothes Li
Hf. W. HoBngsiwtli & Son
It has been our good fortune to secure our
stock o f Spring goods made from old dyes. Our
orders were placed early last summer end goods
were shipped in December and January.
Many stores who placed their orders late will
receive' lata and poor deliveries, and'the gooda they
get are liable to be made from domestic dyes,
Those who make their spring purchases early will
be sure o f getting good reliable merchandise. We
have an immense stock o f spring goods all opened-
up for your inspection.
Our assortment o f Summer piece gooda ia the
‘greatest line o f handaome designs we have ever
We cannot do justice to our goods by telling it
to you on paper. The only way for you to know
is to come and see. Don’ t put off buying until the
beet ia all gone and then blame us. We will not
be able to get such gooda again as we are now
showing till the great war is over.
Miller Mercantile Coi
bm l, targe at* B. Rock.. *1 « * .
tin g.. Jbhn H. Fettengill, 5th
and Chehalem, Newberg. I t pd
m COOTY RECORDQ
Anyoue having cotton rags
suitable for wiping machinery
may find a market for them by
calling at the Graphic office.
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month’s visit i.v Newport,
banv and Corvallis.
Mr- and Mrs. Walter Kendall
o f Portland were guests o f Mea-
Zimri Mills j^as gone to Green-
leaf, Idaho, on a land deal.
Fred Kincaid has purchased a
1916 Ford car
has been im
proving his leisure time tins
week learning to run it: He al
ready shows signs o f possessing
quite a speed mania. /
Miss Mary Finnigan of Port
land, spent a few days this week
with Mrs. W. P. Phillip».
Friends of Mrs. Lemon are
glad to hear she is recovering
from her aecidi nt ,of last week.
Mr, and Mrs. A. G. Jones of
Dallas, have rented one of the
Graves places and intend to
spend the summer in Spring-
y fv • V
For Sale—Marshal straw
berry plants. I. W. Brown,
Portland road. Phone Red 134.
The vote of the share!
o f the cannery on last Sa
-resulted in the election o f
derman and F. B. Baugh
The board as now made
composed o f W. T. West,
Nelson, A. B. Rippey, A. S.
linger, S. Sanderman, F.
Baughman, C. H. Nichols, H.
Amoth, J. W. Moore, t
five being elected a s “ in*ui
or anti-Chambers men,
gives them a majority o f on
The board will meet at
o ’clock on Saturday for organi
R O Y A L B A K IN G P O W D E R C O
N ew York
For Rent—1H acres, 5 room
house, fruit and berries, cheap.
L. Graves, 311 W. First st. 20 tf
NEW BOARD OF
T h ere are several g o o d reaaoDB, but there
fa on e wrhich dktingiiiehee R oya l from other
iálilfe I. H mí SBS rí *
M a x w e ll owners drive their own car»; Maxwell sim
plicity gives this pleasure. Simplicity in edntruetiba,
Simplicity in control.
The Maxwell is easy to care for, wonderfully inex
pensive to maintain and operate. Ecossonsy, Sim
p licity, C om fort, Convenience and Class makes
- the Maxwell the utility car for everybody in city and
The roomy, handsome, luxurious,
full 5-pasaenger Touring car, ONLY M l #
CARS NOW ON DISPLAY AT
F or Sale—Grade Jersey cow f
fresh about March 15. A big
milker, usually has heifer calf.
Phone 17a516. B ox 43, Route
Myers’ »pray pumps and spray
Wanted—T o trade bicycle for
w ood. Call at Newberg Cydery. dope o f all kinds now ready. - See
our line before yon buy. Oregon
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Hardware & Implement Co. tf
For Rent—50-acre farm. In
quire at Newberg Creamery, tf
F or Sale—A fine 4-year-old
hprse will weigh close to 1300
Milk cow to trade tor work on lbs. Also fir wood ac $3 per cord
W. H. Dean, R. F. D. 3. delivered. W. A. Baker. 19-21
________________________ 20 pd
Your fishing license is here
Fertiliser for Sale—Dry oak
ashes. Black 110. Wm. Crater. waiting tor you; also new line o f
tackle and baseball goods. Ore
gon Hardware & Implementato
Wanted—Setting hens, must be
Get your . fishing license at
large bred. Phone Black 50.
Larkin-Prince Hdwe. Co. They
have g ot the kind o f tackle you
For Sale—Shoats, mare, fresh need to catch the 10-inch fishes.
cow . W. E. Eames, phone 33a53.
F or Sale—Rubber tire buggy
_________ 20-21 pd
with new tires. Also 14. inch
Bulls for service—Jersey and Oliver .plow with jointer. Ecks
Holestine. Cash in advance. Bros-, phone Blue 196. 20-21 pd
Walter H. Wilson.
Pbr Sale—Choice Wilson straw-
plants, $2.50 per thou-
Who has pruned fruit trees?
delivered at Zumwalts.
Kirkpatrick, residence Twelfth
St., or drop postal.
18-20 pd J.C . W ood, phone 15a525.
Come and get onr price on
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F or Sale or Rent—8% acre
dynamite before you buy. Ore
gon Hdw. & Imp. Co.
2tf tract, near Middleton.
bungalow and all other necessary
Larkin-Prince are still selling oa t buildings. N. C. Rossen,
DuPont Stumping P o w d e r . Route 3, Sherwood.
Nothing like it for grubbing.
T w o Springbrook families and
For Sale—Lime and sulphur one ¿»-Newberg made happy this
spray in barrel lots at f^. S. week. Reason, new arrival—a
Gile & Co. packing bouse.
tf Ford. We hope -yon are next.
Oregon Hardware & .Implement
Good country home, or a prune
orchard, for sale on easy terms.
J. L. Haworth, Springbrook. tf
Erra Hayes will give special at
For Sale—Pony and saddle,
to Pension business, 24
also cow to be fresh, both for
$50. Robert Hodges.
2t pd years o f successful practice.
Indian war claims a feature.
Want to bay a blocky, mate File y onr claims now . Office
d oor east of Electric light
j about 1200 pounds, 3 to 4 years
old. John Shires, Chehalem office on First Street, Newberg.
J j Center.
20-21/pd * ’
ag en ts
The Best and Purest Seeds
on hand all the time
„ NEWBERG FEED & SEED COMPANY g
Money furnished promptly al-
ways on real estate at 7 and 8 per
ct. A tty. B.A.Kliks, McMinnville.
W ood For Sale-O ld fir $3.25,
second growth $3.00. Leave
orders at McKern’s barber shop.
120 acres o f red-shot land, 9
miles from Forest -ifore to trade
for acreage and cash difference,
near Newberg. Want good build
ings and on good road. Box
Responsible dressmaking at
home or by day, good work,
alterations. Mrs. Hattie Ban
Owing to my increase in busi
ness I will extend my office hours
on Tuesday from 11 a. m. to 4
p. m., Saturday from 2 p. m. t o
6:30 p.m .
Many have already taken
Chiropractic treatments and arc
receiving good results. Why
give up when other methods,
modes and cults have tailed. In
vestigate Chiropractic and see
what it has done for others. No
surgery, no osteopathy, no
medicine, no massage, Just plain
Chiropractic adjustments does
the work. Dr. H. L. Chandler,
Imperial Hotel, Newberg, Ore.
Regular 26 cent stick candy at
15 cents on Saturday.
Rag carpet and rug weaving
by Joeeph Stephen*. On Dayton
road, opposite the David Martin
: P.F. HAWKINS Ü
Is C. A.
D E N T IS T
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Office over First National
Phone White 8-1