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NEWBERG GRAPHIC. THURSDAY. JURE 23. 1981
Mrs. Martha E. Hitchcock of east
Mr. and^Jtfrs. Joseph Lochner and
daughter, Marguerite came up from ern Colorado, who has been visiting
Portland Thursday for a day’s visit her daughter, Mrs. Eva Bunn, was
ao favorably impressed with our city
with Mrs. Chester A. Dimond.
that she purchased the Martin home
at 311 north Garfield street and has
The Woman’s Auxiliary of Pacific
returned to Colorado to make ar
Dr. I. M. Blomwlck is confined to
Prof. Oliver F. Kilham and wife College will meet at Mre. E. M. Park rangements to move to Newberg. W.
her bed this week.
left Monday for Corvallis to attend er's Saturday afternoon at 3 o’clock. E. White A Co. made the sale.
It is important that everyone attend.
summer school for six weeks.
McMinnville held its first annual
Frank Taylor came down from A l
flower Bhow last Saturday.
Zach Martin has traded his resi bany Friday to attend the gradua
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Williams and
little son. Donald, went to Portland lience property on north Garfield tion exercises of the Newberg high
M. McDonald, the blacksmith, Sunday, returning Monday afternoon. street for farm property at Beaver school, his daughter being one of
ton, Oregon, and left Thursday morn the graduates. Mr. Taylor returned
went te Salem Saturday on business.
ing with his family for that place.
the next morning. He says that his
Mrs. Maude Perkins of Portland
new business is going splendidly and
Miss Velma McConkle left Tuesday is visiting a couple of days with
A. G. Slebert and wife will leave that they are buried up with work.
for Eugene where she will attend Mrs. Minnie Owens and Mrs. Jack
next Monday for an outing at the His son, Glenn, accompanied him.
coast and a visit with their son.
The McMinnville Telephone-Reg
'Miss Clara Calkins and Miss Bess Harold Moore will attend to Mr. Sie-
Mrs. Edith Holt and daughter,
makes editorial comment upon
Ruth, of Portland are visitors at the Paulsen left Tuesday afternoon for
the fact that small boys on bicycles
home of Mrs. Robertson on EdwardB Eugene where they will attend sum his absence.
impede the progress of the fire ap
paratus in that city.
Walter Van Atta has purchased a should follow In the steps of New
Mrs. G. S. Nelson went to Portland stylish Overland four sedan.— News- berg and pass an ordinance requir
Mias Marvel E. Runkel ig out from
Spokane to visit her grandparents. and attended the I. W. V. and Ore Reporter. Walter is Mr. and Mrs. L. ing all traffic to park during & fire
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Kelley, west of gon Pioneer banquets and met with S. Otis’ son-in-law and was employed call. There is no other way to solve
for some time as pharmacist at the the problem satisfactorily.
Ferguson drug store.
The Misses Iris and Harriet Dl-
A. C. Stanbrough and C. L. Van
Seth Mills and family have gone
Wormer left Tuesday for Eugene mond of Portland visited from Satur
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Morris went to the coast for an extended outing
where they will attend summer day to Wednesday with their uncle. to Portland Wednesday to attend the and fishing trip. They are located
Chester A. Dimond.
wedding of Herbert Carpenter Staples on stub creek near Orefown. Miss
the Jewler, and Miss Andree Nine Myrtle Mills who returned last week
Mrs. S. E. Sloan left Wednesday for
J. H. Paine' of Dundee has been Latture which was consummated at from Larlham College, Richmond,
Indiana, where she took her master’s
Lincoln. Nebraska, where she will assisting at the local, postoffice this Westminster Presbyterian church.
degree, accompanied her parents for
make her home with her brother, C. week in the absence of Ross Newby
who was on the sick list.
The Berrlan8 band gave a con an outing and recreation. Miss Mills
cert again on Wednesday evening fias been engaged to teach next year
were well received by the large in Penn Academy at Oskalooea, Iowa.
Lon H ill and wife of San Francis
A. F. Sutton has accepted a posi
co visited at the home of Mr. Hill's tion with the Miller Merchsntiie Co. crowd which gathered to hear them. Loyd G. Armstrong, the Mills' son-
uncle, L. M. Parker, from Saturday and is dispensing merchandise for The band is playing exceptionally in-law, and family were also in the
well and give evidence of excellent phrty.
that company at its local store.
Dave Smith of the Newberg Bakery
Miss Grace Wilson went to Port
Miss Leola Campbell and her
is sporting some fine new wrappers
land last Saturday to visit her sis
ter, Mrs. Frank Grable. She return fiiend. Miss Burkley, both of Neha- ifornia. Miss Alice Martin of Park for his bread these days. They are
lem, spent the first of last week with
printed in colors and says ‘‘Newberg
ed Sunday evening.
Mrs. O. 8. Nelson, Miss Campbell's ersburg, West Virginia, Mr. and Mrs. Made" diagonally across the loaf,
Claude Newlin of Corvallis, and Mrs.
S. N. Hammer of Portland have been while the name of the bakery ap
Miss Grace Wilson left on Wednes
pears underneath. Mr. Smith states
guest of Mrs. Eva Hummer Hull the
day for Newport where she V il] spend
that one merchant increased his sales
the summer vacation with her par
greatly the first day he adopted the
daughter, Ruth, of La Grande, left
ents, Mr. and
new wrappers and the appearance of
* Mrs. J. H. Wilson.
Monday after visiting for some time
Miss Alvina Lindauer will be able an article certainly does make a big
at the home of the former's father-
to leave the Newbierg hospital on difference to the buyer. We can
Mrs. D. B. Kennedy left Saturday in-law, L. M. Parker.
Sunday, having undergone an opera congratulate Mr. Smith upon his new
afternoon for Winnett. Mont., to
tion for appendicitis.
She is the exhibition of progressivenesa and the
spend the summer with her husband.
Mrs. Ada Barr and children left daughter of D. Lindauer, who lives people of Newberg upon their pos
She expects to return to Newberg in
Friday for Eugene where the young about. 2 Mi -miles accross the river session of so good a baker.
sters will spend their vacation. MrSj from this place.
Barr will return to Newberg after a’
The paving company put the top ten days visit with relatives.
C. L. Chase is bearing a new name
coat on the intersection of First and
Mr. and Mrs. R. I. Herriet, form with much dignity the past few days.
River streets at ihe bridge the first
erly of Portland but recently return It is .said that the name was first
Mrs. A. J. Barrell leaves today for ed after 3 years in Shanghai, China, given him in McMinnville and has
of the week, greatly improving that
her home at Grants Pass, after hav with their son, Lionel Herriet and spread to Newberg. Mr. Chase seem«
strip of street.
ing spent two weeks with her father, family of Portland, visited last week to be proud of the name and has
J. S. Keyes left Thursday night Abram Cook, at Hebo. She came at the home of Mrs. Oliver Evans, added several inches to his chest
Mrs. Herriet’« sister.
of last week for his home at Spo here from Hebo on Monday.
since its adoption. It ail came about
kane. Washington, after a two day's
with the arrival of a son on last
visit with his mother, Mrs. T. H.
Mrs. J. F. Carlos left Wednesday
Mrs. Thorne returned last week Thursday n i g h t . T h i s being his first
Thorne, of this place.
for southern California, where she from Pendleton where she went to child the name father sets with added
goes to Join her husband who has attend the funeral of her son, who weight upon him. Mrs. Chase was
Dr. H. C. Dixon started Monday not been in good health for some was returned from France where he formerly Miss Juanita Wood of Mc
for the Nestucca to try his skill in months.. She has leased her home on died while in the service. The fun Minnville. being the daughter of Dr.
eral ws h delayed a week on account J. T. Wood of that place. The new
fooling the finney tribe.
During Main street for a year.
son Is a bouncer and weighed in at
his absence his office is in the hands
of the non-arrival of the body.
Jean Larry is the
of the painters and paper hangers.
Mrs. W ill Frazer and Mis« Mildred
youngsters new name.
Frazer left Monday for Spokane,
Mr. Harrison, editor of the T illa
Miss Jessie Britt left Tuesday Wash., where they will visit a sis mook Headlight paid the Graphic
W. T. West, who operates a fine
morning for Chicago to study during ter of M th . Frazer and friends. From office a visit on Monday while en-
the summer. She plans to enroll in there they will go to Finley. Wash., route to Portland where he was go ranch on the Portland road east of
the summer school of music of the for a visit with a niece, Mrs. Ralph ing in quest of a printer. Mr. Har town, brought in a branch of prunes
Northwestern University at Evans Mitchell.
rison avers that printers are hard to the first of the week. These are of a
new variety which he is raising with
secure in his neck of the woods.
considerable success. They are the
Roy Shires, who carries the mail
Burbank Standard prune and are a
Francis Haworth came home from in the down town district, will get
Mr. and Mrs. Chester A. Dimond cross betwen the sugar prune and the
the University of Oregon Wednesday his annual vacation commencing on
Mr. West purchased one
went to Portland last Friday evening tragedy.
to spend the summer at his home Thursday and lasting for twenty-two to attend the graduation of a niece
ago and by grafting
northeast of town. Francis has com days. Mr. and Mrs. Shires will spend
of Mr. Dimond's, who finishes at he now has 800 trees In bearing and
pleted the first year's work at the a part of the vacation period at Pa Washington high school this year.
has sold many scions. The last year
cific City on the coast.
The niece is Miss Iris Dimond, daugh he had one prune which measured
ter of S, A. Dimond. who was at one three inches in length and he says
Tom Smith, a schoolmate of Mer
that he will have'many of that size
W. H. Bentley of Dundee left time a resident of Newberg.
ritt Timberlake. at O. A. C., visited Tuesday by boat for southern Cali
this year as the season is better.
here last week.
Merritt and Mr. fornia where he will attend the
The branch, which is only about two
At the second annual convention feet long has over seventy prunes on
Smith left for Pomona. California, the graduation of his sister. Miss Mar
home of the latter. In Merritt's fliv jorie Bentley from Pomona College. of Oregon state fire chiefs held in it.
ver on Monday of this week.
He will also visit Pasadena and ex Corvallis. June 17 and 18, P. E.
Overend was reelected secretary and
pects to be away about ten days.
J. H. Sherlock was reelected treasur LOSSES FROM FERTILE EGGS
C. R. Duer left Sunday for Cleve
er. Newberg was very well repre
land, Ohio, where he will spend the
Sylvester H. Burleigh, who is a sented at the convention, having five Table Given by Department of Agri
next three months visiting with his
w ife’s parents, Mr. and M tb . S. T. student at the University of Oregon members ot the local department pre
culture Shows Infertile Product
Gage. Mrs. Duer has been in the Law School, stopped over here last sent.
east for the past six weeks.
with Chester Zumwalt and also with
The regular meeting of the Kens
The following table, compiled by the
the Beckers of the Imperial hotel,
Mrs. Dr. Hanson and Mrs. Gran all of whom were old friends at En ington club was held Wednesday United Slates Department of Agricul
afternoon at the home of Mrs. R. M. ture, shows that the losses of'fertile
ville Smith of Long Beach, California, terprise.
Thurston on Sheridan street. A de eggs are computed to be nearly twice
are visiting at the home of Fred L.
lightful afternoon was spent by the
Ames and his daughter. Miss Mina.
Mrs. Neal Hazelton, nee Esther following members:
Mesdames O. ns great as of infertile eggs:
The ladies are Mr. Ames' sisters-in- Bloom, of Centralia, Washington, is
F e rtile Infertile
law and will possibly stay in New visiting in Portland and came out to W. Dart, Hiram Gould, C. E. Gibson,
e r cent Per cent
berg all summer.
attend graduation exercises of the Kienle. S. J. Madsen, C. H. Nichois, On the f a r m . . ............. 29.0
high school and spend a few days Z. L. Chamberlain, W. J. Nottage. M country store..........
The guarantors of the Chautauqua with her aunts, Mrs. Bloom and Miss
R. M. Thurston.
In * house .................
will meet at the Commercial Club Chrismen.
rooms tomorrow (Friday) evening
for the purpose of appointing com
J. H. Cummins and wife of Fresno,
Miss Gladys Nichols attended
mittees. A meeting was called for commencement exercises at W illa California, arrived here Wednesday
Graphic want ads get results.
last Tuesday evening but it was im mette University at Salem last week for a visit with Mrs. M. H. Pinney
possible to transact the business at and returning brought two of her and Mrs. Byron Brown. Mr. Cum
that time and so adjournment was friends home- with her for a visit. mins is a brother of S. E. Cummins
taken until Friday evening. Every They were Miss Mary Parounagian of of McMinnville and they expect to
person who signed up m b guarantor Salem and Miss Glenna Peeters of spend about six weeks visiting rela
for the Chautauqua Is requested to Kellog, Idaho. They remained until tives here and at the county seat.
be present at that time.
Mr. Cummins and his wife lived in
Tuesday of this week .
Newberg about twenty-four years ago j
and naturally they see many changes i
Prof, and Mrs. Harvey Wright left
since their residence here.
Thursday afternoon for Dallas where
they will visit Mrs, Wright's sister.
the "little In dian ” »iff
Mrs. Walter Young, for several days
Th local fire department made a
The greatest investment in
from which place they will go to practice run Monday night and with
o fte n — g i r e him
the w orld for you is money you
Dayton prior to leaving for Indiana chief Sherlock keeping time on them,
and Iowa. Mr. Wrtght will be the they made the run from the fire hall
spend to relieve eye strain.
principal of Penn Academy at Oska- to the Newberg Meat Co. building
Inosu, Iowa, this coming year.
For any machinery forced to
and put up a forty foot extension
run under a strain wears oat
ladder and ran out two lines of hose,
TIE FRIEMLY LAXATIVE
much sooner than it should.
A. M. Kendrick and family, accom one on the roof and one on the
panied by Chas. Bishop and wife of ; building, having water turned on in
Above all, you do not want
Portland and W illiam Bishop and j Just two minutes and fifty-eight se
eyes to wear out before the
wife of Walla Walla, Washington, conds elapsed time from their re
your body which is the
motored over to Grand Ronde on Sun
case o f thousands just because
day, Mr. Kendrick taking the Bishops
h'sso pleasant heUwvmi
that far on their way to Tillamook.
go to bsd early to got U s |
The Oregon Auto Stage association
Both of the Messrs. Bishop are
"modale." Its action is
of which the local Portland-Newberg
brothers of Mrs. Kendrick. The Ken
If yon take care of your eyes
Stage Line, are members have formed
thorough without hank*
dricks returned to Newberg Sunday an association for the purpose' of
they w ill be the best part of
nass or nausea.
erecting and maintaining a large ter
your body at the age of seven
minal station in Portland. The ac
ty. W h en you are not able to
Fine lor "M u ta ty" and
The Newberg Famous- Candy Shop comodations there will be ail that are
work, it w ill then be a blessing
opened up for business last Saturday enjoyed at any transportation ter
to read and enjoy life.. Yon
evening In the Elford A Chamberlain minal with commodious waiting
cannot afford to neglect or pat
building. Mr. Gus Glanopuloa, the rooms, lunch counters, loading stands
M t i h i . M « e ft
proprietor, has fitted his place up in for the busses, ticket offices, bag
off the care of your eyes.
Aim im ito—A lto Ham
metropolitan style and lias a very gage rooms, etc. This building will
attractlv« place of buslneas.
The be under course of construction
fixtures are all of the latest and Mr. shortly and it is hoped to have
Glanopulos has spared no expense to it in operation within sixty days.
provide Newberg with a strictly The Portland-Newberg stage people
first class place. He expects in the are pleased with the liberal patron
Drugs and Sundries
near future to hold a big opening age which they are receiving and are
Joining in this movement for a new
T H E J E W E L E R — O P T IC IA N
Eastman Kodaks and Supplies but in waiting for the arrival of aotne station to give the public a better
additional equipment which baa been
delayed in transit.
Pheae Wh«. I I )
Local and Personal News
Royal Anne Cherries
Oregon Canning Co.
A ll fru it to b e purchased b y the cannery this
season must b e u n d er contract.
H en ce all g ro w
ers desiring to dispose o f cherries o r berries
should call at the can n ery im m ediately an d m ake
p ro p e r arran gem en ts fo r the handling o f their
CLUB MEMBERS SECURE PIGS
Registered Animals Given to Boys anil
Girls In Mississippi— Scholar
ship at End.
A public-spirited man in Fayette
county, Mississippi', gave six regis
tered pigs to the hoy s’ and girls’ pig-
club work last year, with the under
standing that each one who received a
pig was to give back to the club one
pig from the first litter and one from
the second. The donated animals
were drawn for by members from each
beat and one from the county at
large. The recipients were very proud
of their pigs. The six from the first
litters were distributed in December.
If the plan is continued for five years
It is estimated that 204 registered pigs
will be given away at the close of that
time, and it is hoped that purebred
hogs will be found on every farm in
the county. If these plans mature as
is hoped, the 204 which will be avail
able for gifts at the end of the five
years will be put up at auction and
the proceeds used for a scholarship
to the State Agricultural and Mechan
ical college, which will be awarded
yearly to the winner of the county pig-
W h y Suffer
Genuine relief for tired
aching, swollen feet is
yours at very little ex
Rexall Foot Bath
Tablets used in a foot
bath at night bring
comfort to tired.1
Rexall Foot Powder
dusted in the shoes in
the morning absorbs
perspiration, allays in
flammation and tends
to prevent tired swol
len feet which are so
These two prepara
tions used as directed
make foot work a real
I f corns are present it
is so easy to remove
them with Rexall Corn
ALFALFA AS HORSE ROUGHAGE
Plant Is High in Protein and Minerals
and la Especially Good for
Alfalfa receives great favor as a
horse roughage. It is high In miner
THE REXALL STORE
als and protein and is especially good
for young stock. Because it Is laxa
tive In efTect and high in protein, it is
302 Fini St.
always best tt> limit the amount of al
falfa to one-half or two-thirds of the
totnl hay ration. The rest may be
timothy hay. Use alfalfa with a ra
‘‘Particular P rin tin g fo r Particu
tion that Is low In protein. Corn as
a grain and alfa.fn as a roughage la r People”— at The Graphic.
make a balanced ration.
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System” of Banks.
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finance and indnstry in the land. It is the greatest piece of
constructive work in banking ever devised and protects both
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Rational Safety is desirable and yon get it when your
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