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Largest Circulation In Yamhill County
tion to avoiding the holes In the road
or feeding less gas for an Instant while
riding over an unavoidable rough
A lot o f drivers Imagine they are
gaining momentum by rushing over
the rough' place«, but they would ac
complish more by taking It easier. Un
less the throttle la dosed momentarily
while the wheels are going over a
very rough spot with the car In
second gear the machine will ofttlmea
come almost to a standstill.
The practice o f cutting curves when
there Is no danger in doing so has led
to the habit of taking the short cut
around curves when bill climbing.
This accounts for the “ lost power**
o f many a motor because the grade of
the Inner side o f the curve Is always
«roster than that o f the outer side.
The driver who In bill climbing keeps
to the outer edge of curves—provid
ed they are not dangerous—gives his
engine the" same sort o f advantage
Dobbin used to enjoy when his owner
helped him up bills by criss-crossing
from one side o f the road to the other.
/In hill climbing an apparently In
consequential thing will often mark
the difference between making It In
“ high” or resorting to “ second.** Keep
ing on the crown o f the road is Just
one of these determining factors. Tbs
driver who keeps getting off Into tbs
gutter or ditch unnecessarily Increases
tbs road grads when' be again tries to
steer upon the crown. In hilt climb
ing every little thing counts. The
point Is-to know what these points are.
& H appy
C. A/HODSON’S MORTUARY
Office Green 118;
Residence Blue 118.
t a k e n f r o m d e s k at u. a
Bank, silver Evershsrp pencil. Please
809 P in t St.
FOUND— A bird dog, Yamhill U-
cense No. 475. Owner can have
same by paying costs. H. C. Baker,
Newberg, Rte. 1._____________
TO T R A D !— Veils buggy with
pots and shaft#, in good condition.
W ill trade fo r hogs. 'W in n ie Mc
Dougall, Phone 16X24, Dayton, Ore.
POR RENT— 8-room house. Call
16X24, Dayton, Oregon.
¿-C am pbell's Tom ato Soup, can
northwest, lb. 2 3 c; 2 lb*. 45c
WALNUTS— A ll guaranteed IM S grow th, northwestern product, cracking quality extra good, Bud
ded Stock, 38 oeuta pound; 2 lbs. 78 cen ts...................................................................... .......... 5 Pounds $1.85
C alifornia S oft Shell, Ho. 1 quality, pound SO ce n ts...............................................................5 Pounds $1.45
20TH CENTURY COFFEE— Just o n e p f the many things that make your Christmas Dinner perfect
38 cents p o u n d ...................................... ..................................................... ..................
.2 Pounds 65 Cents
— Olives, Green Spanish, pint
— Grape Juice, Church’s, Pint
stock, 8 pounds 25 cents.
juta, 29 cen ts; Quart jars 55c.
bottles, 28 cents.
— Asparagus, Short Tips, tall
— Honey, Comb, 20 cen ts; in
cans, 25 eents.
Pint Jars 29 cents.
LY 0H 8 ROYAL AHH CHERRIES— feven-eunoe bottle .................................................................89 Cents
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let's Al Nam a Very Berry Christmas
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PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
Office in Dixon Building
FURNISHED rooms, with garage,
r rent. Phone Black 202.
FOR RENT— 2 unfurnished rooms,
bath, hot a,nd cold water, lights fur
nished. 910.60 month. Phone Blue
W ANT PLAIN SEWING.
124. Mrs. W. H. McCarthy.
WANTED— Your old
and snto cushions to upholster and
Besides lengthening the useful Ufa repair, ¿ h o p at 201 north Main
of a car, correct gear lubrication street. Q. W. Thoringtoa.
makes it handle more, easily, the gears
shift more quietly and deliver a high
er percentage of engine power. At
FOR SALE— Modern
tention to the gear boxes ta much
Much of the Difficulty in Hill worth while. Geers, ca n and power bungalow, with bath, on easy terms.
are expensive, but proper lubrication Inquire o f J. D. Gordon.
Climbing in High Gear May
FOR SALE— Modern 5-room bun
galow with bath, large front porch,
full-slse basement and bullt-lns; H
Dress a fat chicken, cut In pieces block to pavement.
as for frying, roll in flour, sprinkle able with terms. Cell Ernie Dun
with salt and pepper and also sage. can.
If you like it. Lay the pieces In a
FOR EXCHANGE— My house of
stone crock or caaserole. with a
six rooms in Sherwood; full line
Rough Places to Be Avoided, Bines Ev
on the side, put a little water with plumbing, garage, woodshed] trade
ery Bounce o f the Wheels Means
It to, prevent sticking.
Place In for small place outside and close to
Certain Lose of Momentum—
oven with crock on top and bake Newberg. F. D.
U t4 *
Dent Cut Curves.
slowly until tender.
Much o f the difficulty In hill dlmb-
lng In high gear Is due to unnecessary
wasting o f power by Incompetent driv
ing. Many a driver “kills” his engine
on a long glade simply because, he
does not give the car enough speed
et the bottom and thus encourages
overheating by denying the engine the
off and put back with snaps they can advantage o f the additional draft of
be removed before the blouse Is cool air which is available at higher
laundered, which will prevent the car speeds Frequently this type of
colors from running into the white.
hill does not appear particularly steep,
In place of a bodkin, use a safety and the consequence is the driver does
pin for running in tapes, ribbons'and
U rge cords, threading at the hinge not feed enough gas.-allowing the en
gine to run too alow, to struggle, and
and fastening the pin.
A source of lost power In hill climb
ing which la too often overlooked Is
T o crisp potatoes by deep frying the bouncing o f rear wheels over a
they should first be soaked in cold rough road. Every bounce o f a wheel
water for 20 or 20 minutes and then that is driving means s loss o f momen
dried perfectly before Immersing in tum due to free momentary spinning.
The solution to this la to give stten-
702 H First St.
By Appointment. Evening
General Practise and X -R ay
Over U. 8. National Bank
Office Black 246
Rea. W hits St
Dr. A. M. Davis
Office over Ferguson's
PHONE WHITE $9
W e j u t unloaded a very large car o f lin e Navel Oranges, ju st in tim e fo r Christinas and,
priced in the usual 20th Century close manner.
Phones: Res. Blue 191
Office Red 140
0 to I I . 2 to i
Dr. Tho8. W. Hester
Tell your friends how much you
enjoy reading the Graphic. '
7 0 0 First Street, Newberg
Dr. John S. Rankin
P h y s ic ia n and s u r g e o n
Office Phone Black 171
Res. Phone Gray 171
Offioe over U. 8. N ational Bank
E. A. Romig, M. D.
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
Office over P in t N ational Bank.
Residence Phone Gray 9.
Offlee Black I.
WOO DBA WING— Call Black R223
E. F. Hubbard.
DR. STRYKER. Osteopathic phy
sician, U. S. National Bank ballding,
Butter wrappers printed at the
Dr. I. R. ROOT
WALNUTS— Fifteen and 20 cents.
Phone Black 67.
llt 2 *
FORI SALE— ▲ good ml
Call at Vincent’s Feed Store.
Are you in need of help? Do you
wish employment r Have anything
to sell. Want to buy? Advertise In
the Graphic classified.
REGISTERED JERSEY BULL for
FOR SALE — Cream separator,
Butterfly, $20; Henry Schuette, Rte. service at Central Transfer and Stor
12tl* age barn, corner College and Han
Terms strictly cash.
FOR SALE— Large sise Majestic
nge, with water colU, $50. Phone
TH E PORTLAND TELEGRAM Is
delivered dally (N o SundAy) at 46
FÖR SALE— Radio, Crystal set; cents per month. If you wish to sub
I’ve heard Frisco. W alter Anderson, scribe. call Red 12. J. E. Martin,
12tl* local agent.
CAN MAKE YOU A LOAN at 6%
FOR SALE— Bix-moa old thor-
oughbred Angora kittens; Phone on well improved valley farms. See
12tl me at room 10. McMinnville Na
tional Bank Bldg.. McMinnville, Ore.
APPLES— Good stock. 60c box; William Bain.
bring your boxes. Apple house near
MONEY TO LOAN— On farms at
6 H % on 10 yra. time. No commis
sion charge, no attorney fees. Lib
FOR SALE— Riding pon;
eral repayment privileges. ' D. D.
so drive single or double; I
Coulsoo, Box 7, Newberg. Fire and
La Pore, Rte. 2.
N ewberg, Oregon
ML B.T0N B. JONES 0. C., P|L 0.
WANT— Fresh Jersey cow, giving
4 gal. or moré. Frank Baird. 12tl*
Clarence Sutcliffe uf Aurora. 111., enough only twelve years or age, con
structed his own automobile from piuts of old machinery and a motor and
some gas pipe and gocart carriage wheel« The boy, who Is shown driving
his car with a tender attached, la of mechanical turn o f mind. The little ante
will pull twice its own weight
If the milk strainer gets clogged
up, rub table salt through It and It
will instantly be cleared and be as
bright as new.
A broken egg will remain fit
for use for some time If placed In a
cup o f water.
Clean white kid slippers with any
mild soap and sprinkle them with
talcum powder. When dry, rub off
with a soft cloth. This makes them
retain that new look.
If the colored emblems on the kid
dles’ ready made middles are ripped
— Phone Black 0 —
WANTED— Highest market pries
paid for dried prunes at H. S. Oils
A Co.’s packing house.
BOY BUILDS HIS OWN AUTOMOBILE
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delivered for 46c a month; dally and
Subscribe of L. M.
Buell, local agent, 621 West Fifth
Farm ; 1 mi. east of Newberg on street. Call Blue 214 about trouble
highway. Phone Black 172. 1H 4* or subscriptions.
______N U 15 hogs at r $10 eachT
LOANS— Any amount, farm, city
also 10 hogs at 98 each; and 10 at property and chattels; no delays.
$5.00 each. Vincent’s Feed Store. Mortgages, notes, contracts, bonds,
I lt 2 etc., bought and sold. For invest
FURNITURE, ments, see Attorney R. A. Kllks, Mc
stoves, ranges, etc., bought and sold.
Old Pinney building opposite Cbe-
halem Valley Mill.
The Morning Oregonian Is deliv
FOR ffAT.E— Full-blooded, regis ered In Newberg by 6:15 a. m.
tered Poland China boar, wt. about dally; subscriptions taken at Gra
600 lbs.; at Menefee ranch, 2H ml. ham’s Drug stors, next 't o post
southeast o f Dundee.
FOR SALE— Poles
swings, bird houses, tents, rastic
work; also limb wood. H. C. Bate-
ham, across Dayton ave. bridge.l2t2*
Including firs brick,
See A. T. M<
set Sheridan, phone R
CONDA J. HAM
Accountant and Auditor
Income Tax Servlet
Associated with Hugh R. Rob
ertson A Co., member American
Institute o f Accountants. Port
land, Ore., and Minneapolis, Minn.
Phone Newberg Red 44
W . J. PATTERSON, N . D. V.
FOR SALE— French prunes 6 He
per lb. and Italian prunes at 8 He
of Sa- —
They can be shipped by
pereti poet. Chas. H. Graves, Spring- lem and Portland
has purchased a i i
1111 home In N e w-
FOR 8A L S— 1 Holstein cow. dne berg and solicits
to freshen soon; 1 Viking separator, patronage along
like new; 1 Jersey cow ; 2 pigs 9 lines o f his profes
wka old. Can be seen at 314 Sher sion. . Dr. Patter
man. or call White 110 for particu son has enjoyed a
10t4* wide range o f practice and feels com
petent to diagnose and treat scien
TOR «A L E — $10 .0$; horse about tifically the different dleeasee at
1000 pounds; will work single or tacking our domegtlc animals.
Writes Livestock Insurance for the
double; In good condition; easy
keeper; gentle and true; good culti atrongeet company in ths United
vator korse. Roy Hanville.
H t2 * Phone Red 186. Res. 606 Tonrth St.
e s t a b l i s h e d 1000
R eliable Tonerai D irectors
Phone Black 06 Day or Night
C. R. CHAPIN
» A I LAW
Practica in all courts; Probate,
Deed, Mortgages and all legal
papers. Abstracts examlned.
ATTORNEY A T LAW
C LA R EN C E
B U TT
W ill practise in all coarts o f state.
Special atteatlon given Probate
work, writing deeds, mortgagee,
contracts, and drafting o f papers.
Office, 2nd floo£ Union Blk.
F. B. LAYMAN
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Office over First National Bank.
Practice In all coarta; abstracts
examined, deeds, contracts, mort
Captolia Angere Grissen
TEACHER OP SINGING
Concert— Opera— Oratorio
Jeaste Britt Plano Studio
Yamhill Co. Abstract
J. H. GIBSON, Mgr.
The only Abstract Books in
Yam hill CoumtS.
M o MZNNVILLB,
Br. M. Meli Gochmmr
Black 40 fo r appointment.
11Ô N orth Sohool street
door north o f Yamhill
trio Co.’« office.