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GRAPHIC, THURSDAY, DECEM BER 88, 1888
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BUSINESS R EVIE W
The sale of Ford cars is greater today and production i f
being increased to manufacture at least 6,000 cars daily. That’s
Our service and repair department is keeping step w & h
this increased sales and manufacture of Ford c a n .
W e axe
keeping it up to the highest standard possible through the in
stallation of modern equipment and the employment of skilled
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- I f yon want one of those popular Fords, we oan sell it to
you; or i f yours needs any repairs our repair department can
take care of you to your satisfaction.
That’s our salon and
Aatfcorized Sales sad Service in Nowbsrg
and great swimming pool w ill serve
E A S T A F F W EST TO SETTLE
FOOTBALL CHAM PIONSHIP the health and pleasure-Of the east
Vast mar be east and west be west
as the poet said, but “ Never the
tw ain shall meet" is a mistake. The
«east w ill meet the west In a national
b is k school football «championship
Same at Corvallis on New Year's dgy.
The Toledo Ohio school w ill be the
east in this struggle, and Corvallis
high the west. The Toledo team has
triumphed over the "fa r east” Amer
ica and the mid-west, and three years
ago played a tie game with the Aber-
-vleen. Wash, school.
Corvallis has won the champion-
« b l f o f the Willamette valley three
times in the last four years, and won
all its games this year with a total
o f 282 points to 7 t>y all its opponents
combined. Toledo managers elected
this team because they consider Cor-
’vallls representative of football at its
b a t on the coast, because they could
Una the agricultural collage field,
stadium, armory and gymnasium, be
cause they wanted to strike as near
the center o f population as possible,
wad because, their coach being an
«old Whitman grad, they wanted to
keep aa close to W alla Walla' as pos
The college stadium, and covered
bleachers built by the students, will
aeat 10,000 persons, and If that is
not enough the open bleachers w ill
care for half as many more.
The armory, to he used for prac
tice, is almost large enough to play
m regulation football game In.
The gymnasium with Its showers
A 15000 guarantee fund was put
up by the Corvallis business men.
Many thousands of spectators from
Portland and the rest of the state
are expected to witneas this east-
The Internal revenue bureau in the
fiscal year 1922 collected |3,197,-
451,083, compared with 14.595,857.-
061 In the fiscal year ended June SO,
1921, a decrease of 81.297.906,974.
or 30 per cent.
Income and profits tax collections
with 88.228,187.672 for 1921, a de
crease of 31,141,219,208 or 35 per
cent. Miscellaneous collections ag
gregated 31,110,632,618, compared
with 31.367,219,388 for 1921, -a de
crease of 3250,686,770, or 19 per
cent. Principal decreases in miscel
314.624.414; distilled spirits, »37.-
034,714; transportation, »102,814,-
685; insurance 38,126,690; excise
taxes, 365,003,802; stamp taxes,
313,668,528 non-alcoholic beverages,
325,171,688, and admissions to the
aters etc, 316,890,061. The de
crease from these sources was offset
to the extent o f 316,639,998 by in
creases in collections from tobacco
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You w ill miss many opportunities
to save by not reading the adver
Yellow, Young, Dressed
20c a lb.
For This Week Only
You Say It!
S I I
GRADING FAR M PRODUCE
* IS STEF IN M AR K ETIN G
Grain, hay and potato standards
are of great Interest to Oregon farm
ers as an Important step In orderly
marketing, especially cooperatively.
These, standards and how to apply
them w ill be taught by instruction
and practice at tbe farm crops course
for farmers at the college Jan. 2—
Certified potato seed produstlon.
good potato storage, production o f
hay and pasture seed, newest method
in growing the h it vetches, starting
the clover crop and getting an alf
alfa stand in western Oregon, are
other items to be covered.
GOOD CORN GROW ERS
They’re B ig or Small
P e o p le s M arket
We wish to thank our dear friends
and neighbors for thslr deep sym
pathy and assistance in our recent
sad bereavement. W s also wish to
thank the mill men for their kind
ness In donating money for It sure
ly was appreciated.
Mr. and M rs L B. Patterson.
CARD OF TH A N K S
"M ajolica pitcher brings 3656 In
•ala,” read Mrs. Fan.
"H u h !” sneered Mr. Faa. "H e
ssu’t be much o f m player."— Boston
in ■■ 's«
M S I
D R AINAG E OF W E T LAN D S
MUST LEAD IMPROVEMENT
Harvesting of the crops of ths dis
trict was practically completed dur
It is well known among agricul
ing November, permitting a prelimi
nary estimate of the year’ s opera tural leaders of western Oregon that
tions In agriculture. The acreage drainage of the wet lands is an abso
planted to crops in 1933 was slightly lute necessity before extensive 'ag
smaller than In the previous year ricultural development can progress
and on the whole crops were below as It should.
According to report« from members
those of 1921. But crops were raised
with a minimum of outlay for labor of the Oregon Clay Worker’s associ
anl materials, and ths prices of farm ation, 1.593,500 feet of tile was sold
products, with ths exception of po In 1921 for farad drainage purposes.
tatoes, rice, apples, raisins and hope, Under average condition this would
are now uniformly above those of a serve 2000 acres or more, accordlmg
year ego, so that In many parts of to ths soil type drained. Any in
ths district the margin of return to crease In drained acreage can be fig
the farmer had Increased during the ured as an aset to ths community,
past year. Banks In the country dis but if tbe work Is continued at tbls
tricts. instead of expanding their rate it would take 375 years to drain
borrowings from the federal reserve tbe 750,000 acres of land needing
bank throughout the harvesting and draining In the Willamette valley
marketing period, have been steadily alone. It Is assumed that the con
reducing them from a total of 334,- crete tile used In farm drainage was
000.000 on August 2 to 318.000.000 offset by clay tile used for read and
on December 6, a decrease of 47 per basement drainage.
The Oregon experiment station has
Commercial loans o f reporting carried on experimental work which
member banks in the principal cit has shown the most economical jneth-
ies of the district, on fihe other hand od of drainage for various soli types.
have Increased with the acceleration The extension service has provided
.of business and Industry during re a soils specialist who devotes most of
cent months. On December 6, com his time tn the drainage season In
mercial loans of 66 reporting banks assisting groups of farmers to work
stood at 3760.000,000, 7 per cent out plans for drainage systems and
above the low point of June 28, 1922. conductng demonstrations showing
This increase o f 348,000,000 vra* ac proper methods, grades, attd depths
companied by a smaller Increase of for laying tils.
Requests for drainage assistance
322 , 000,000 in the borrowings ef
these city banks from the reserve should be sent to the local county
bank. Investments of the same agent, or tf none tn the county where
banks did not decline during the Is desired, to the O. A. C. Extension
period but increased by »17,000,- service, Corvallis.
000. Business, both at retail and at
wholesale, was notably more active H O W JA PA N GREETS N E W Y E A R
during November, 1922, than during
The oriental "methods of greeting
November, 1921. Department store the New Year differ greatly from
sales Increased 14.5 per cent In valuer ours. In Japan, as well as in other
compared with last year, and ex oriental countries, special performan
ceeded salee during November of ces are given in the theatres.
1930 and 1919. All lines of whole
In ths temples and shrines priests
sale trade reported increases in the and attendants entertain the people
value o f sales during November, with special dances. The Kagura, or
1922, compared with November, Sacred Dance W ith Music, is the fa
1921. The increase wad over 10 per vorite, for while it is being given
cent In nine of the ten reporting prayers ars offered for the continued
Hues, and In dry goods, furniture, happineea of the nation daring the
groceries, hardware, shoes and sta coming year. This very old dance ia
tionery It was over 15 . per cent. performed by young girls, while the
Debits to individual accounts In the priests are the musicians. A ll are tn
banks of the district, omitting fig appropriate costume.
ures for San Francisco, where a de * Another ceremonial, which has
cline o f 2.9 per cent occurred, were been handed down for centuries. Is
14.6 per cent larger during Novem the Shu-Sal, or dance of the Ances
ber, 1922, than during November, tral Sanctuary. This is given within
1921. Business failures, although the palace by the imperial family on
greater in number, were smaller lJV January 3, and It celebrates the foun
amount of liabilities than in the pre ding of the Imperial house, centuries
vious month or the same month a ago.
year ago. Liabilities of failures
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during November, 1922, were 85.5
per cent less than during November?
OF “T H U N D E R C LAP”
The lumber Industry operated st
The local screen has a big thrill
normal capacity during November.
The autumn market for lumber con ing William Fox drama o f the sport
tinued active longer than Is custo ing and gaming world in—‘Thunder-
mary and mills have announced that elap," which opens at the Baker
the usual winter shut-down w ill be Theatre on-Monday and Tuesday,
brief. Production of the principal January 1 and 2.
Reports that come In advance
metals of the district Is growing
steadily. The Improvement In the state that some of the most daring
statistical position of copper has been and thrilling scenes ever recorded by
the motion camera have been taken
Industrial construction during ths for this spectacular picture.
A notable east including Mary
first eleven months o f 1922 has been
greater In value and volume than Carr and Violet Mersereau interpret
during the whole year 1921 accord the story.
ing to figures assembled for seven
large citlee In the district. There Portland-Newberg Motor Ros Sched
was a seasonal decline In general
ule Effective Dec. 1, 1982
building activity during November
Subject to«phange without notice.
compared with October but present
construction projects exceed thoee of Leave Portland
a year ago both in number and val Park A Yamhill
8:20 a. m.
ue. Seasonal decreases in employ 8:46 a. m.
ment have been general throughout 10:45 a. m.
10:20 a. m.
the district but the amount T>f In 12:45 p. m.
12:20 p. m.
2:20 p. m.
voluntary employment is relatively 2:46 p. m.
4:30 p. m.
4*45 p. m.
6:80 p. m.
Price movements during Novem 6:46 p. m.
ber were favorable to the majority Sat. and Sun.— O N LY— Sat. and Sun.
8:80 p. m.
of producers In this district, advan 11:16 p. m.
To McMinnville— Leave Newberg
ces in the prices o f many agricul
tural products greatly Increasing the 9:52, 11:52 a.m.; 1:62, 2:52, 5:52,
exchange value of the district’s 7:52 p. m.
For special trips call Portland,
crops. The general price level, as
shown by the Index numbers of the phone Main 8811; Newberg Black
United.' States department o f labor 120 .
roee from 164 to 156 during the
month, the price level In 1913 being
taken as 100.
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At the Salem corn show last week
A. E. Hughes of Woodburn captured
first prise for the best 50 ears of
white dent, the second going to his
son. Harley Hughea The third
prise was awarded to another son,
Harry Hughes. The sons are attend
ing the O. A. C.
The prises on ten
ears of white dent were A. E. Hughee
1st, Harley ' Hughes 2nd. Harry
Hughes 2rd; on ton ears any other,
Harry Hughes 1st, Harley Hughes
2nd, A. E. Hughes 2rd; 50 ears any
other dent, Hârry Hughes 1st, Har
ley Hughes 2nd, A. E. Hughes 3rd.—
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Young and Fat
P A IN T— 75 gals. »2.60 paint at
31.00 gul.. any quantity- Spivey’s
.... i f —
Dr. I. M. Blomwiok
FOR SALE—-l Holstein oof . due
to freshen sooA; 1 Viking separator,
like new; 1 Jersey cow; 2 pigs 9
wks. old. Can be seen at S14 Sher
man, or call White 110 for particu
Phones: Res. Blue 111
Odios Red 140
» to 12, 3 to 5
LOST— Wednesday. Dec. 6, be
tween corner College and Franklin
street and Sharman and School
street, pink cameo brooch, green gold
mounting; two small diamonds. Re
ward return to Graphle office. 1SU
M L ELTON B . JONES D . C ., Pfc. 6 .
IlO E N SE D CHIROPRACTOR 1
702 Vi First St.
FURNISHED rooms, with garage,
for rent. Phone Black 202.
FOR R EN T— Three large unfur
nished rooms. 602 north Main street.
FOR RENT— 2 unfurnished rooms,
bath, hot and cold water, lights fur
nished. 310.60 month. Phone Blue
FOR R EN T— 6 scree, 5-rm. house,
good outbuildings, on highway half
mile north o f Dayton station. Phone
W ANTED— Highest market pries
paid for dried prunes at H. 8. OUe
A Co.’s packing house.
« W ANTED— Your old furniture
and auto cushions to upholster and
repair.'- Shop at 201 north Main
ftreet. O. W. Thorlngton.
RIAL Y S T A T E
W hits life
DR. RALPH W. YANTAUN
General Practice and X-Ray
Over U. S. National Bank
Office Blaok 246 . Res. Whits 1$
Dr. A. M. Davis
Office over Ferguson's
PHONE WHIT E 33
Dr. John S. Rankin
PH YSIC IAN and SURGEON
FOR SALE— Modern - six-room
bungalow, utth bath, on- easy terms.
Inquire of J. D. Gordon.
FOR SALE— Modern 6-room bun
galow with bath, large front porch,
full-size basement and bullt-ins; V6
block to pavement. Price reason
able with terms. Call Ernie Dun
FOR EXCHANGE— My house of
six rooms In Sherwood; full line
plumbing, garage, woodshed; trade
for small place outside and close to
Newberg. F. D. Warner, Box 127
I lt 4 *
Office Phone Black l f l
Raa. Phon« Gray I T I
Office over U. 8. National Bank
E. A. Remig, M. D.
PH YSIC IAN and SURGEON
Office over l i n t National Bank.
Residence Phone Gray I.
Office Black ».
A Graphic classified w ill sell it. tf
WOODSAWING— Call Black R223.
E. F. Hubbard.
DR. STRYKER. Osteopathic phy
sician, U. 8. National Bank building,
ORDERS T A K E N for fruit trees
and nursery stock of all kinds at Vin
cent’s Feed Store.
Office, White 88.
Dr. I, B. ROOT
Office over Ferguson’s
W ANTED— Highest market price
paid for dried prunes at H. 8. Oils
A Co.’s packing house.
PHONE WHIT E 38
Are you in need of helpT Do you
wish employment? Have anything
to selL Want to buy? Advertise In
the Graphic classified.
REGISTERED JERSEY BULL for
service at Central Transfer and Stor
age barn, corner College and Han
cock streets. Terms Strictly cash.
Lady Assi st sat
Phone Black 94 Day or Night
THE PORTLAND TELEGRAM ts
delivered daily (N o Sunday) at 46
cents per month. I f you wish to sub
scribe, call R « « 12. J. E. Martin,
CAN M AKE YOU A LOAN at 5%
on well Improved valley farms. See
me at room 10, MeMinnville Na
tional Bank Bldg., McMinnville, Ore.
MONEY TO LOAN—On farms at
6V4% on 10 yrs. time. No commis
sion charge, no attorney fees. Lib
eral repayment privileges.
Coulaon, Box 7, Newberg. Fire and
FOR SALE— Toy fox terrier pups, L ife Insurance.
8 months old. Phone 50A51. i s t i *
FOR SALE— Jersey cow, fresh in delivered for 45e.a month; daily and
January. Phone Sa52. Fred Sief- Sunday, 86«. Subscribe o f L. M.
13t2* Buell, local agent, 521 West Fifth
street. Call Blu« 214 about trouble
SALE— B u f f
Orpington or subscriptions.
roosters. Fred Thumberg. Phone
MJAN8— Any amount, farm, City
property and cbattels; no delays.
S A IN T — 75 gals. 32-60 paint at Mortgages, notes, contracts, bonds,
31.00 gal. any quantity. Spivey’s etc., bought and sold. For Invest
13t2 ments, see Attorney B. A. Kllks. Mc-
FOR SALE— >5 R. I. Red pullets,
31.26 each. J. C- Crane, Spring-
brook, phone 6A18.
The Morning Oregonian Is deliv
FOR SALE— Queen City brooder ered in Newberg by 8:11 a. m.
stove, 100 capacity. Bargain If tak dally; subscriptions taken at Gra
en at once. Spivey’ s Paint Store. IS tI ham’s Dru# store, next to poet
FOR SALE— Pigs; keadowvale
Farm; 1 ml. esst of Newberg on
CONDA J. H AM
highway. Phone Black 17». I lt 4 *
Public Accountant and Auditor
Income Tax Service
FOR ?ALB OR TRADE— Harley-
Associated with Hugh R. Rob
Davldaon 1 cylinder motorcycle, 336;
ertson A Co., member tu r h ia u
J. C. Crane, Springbrook, phone
Inst it at« o f Accountants. Port
land, Ore., and Minneapolis, Minn.
Phone Newberg Red 44
FOR 8ALE— Full-blooded, regis
tered Poland China boar, wt. about
W . J. PATTERSON, M. D. V.
600 lbs.: at Menefee ranch, 2)4 ml.
southeast o f Dundee.
FOR 8ALE Poles
swings, bird houses, tents, rustic lem and Portland
work; also limb wood. H. C. Bate- has purchased a
ham, acroes Dayton ave. bridge. 12t2* home In N e w .
berg and solicits
FOR SALE— A ll kinds o f used patronage along
brick, including fire brick.
Bats lines of his profes-
60c per load.
Ses A. T. McNsy, ■ ta f • Dr. Patter
1616 aast Sheridan, phone Red i. son has enjoyed s
14tf wide range of practise end feels eom-
itpnt to diagnose, and treat scien
1819 Ford Touring, storiar type, tifically tbe different diseases at
in fine shape; good tires, targa steer tacking our domestic animals.
ing wheel,-Haseeler shocks, speedom
Writes Livestock Insurance tor tbe
eter and other extras; cheap flor sash, strongest company in the United
will demónstrate. • Phon«
Blue ■tat as.
l i t i * Phene Red 116. Rae. 606 Fonrth 8t.
Reliable Funeral Directors
C. R. CHAPIN
ATT O R N EY A T L A W
Practice la all oourto; Probate.
Deed, Mortgages and all legal
papers. Abstracts examined.
ATTO R N EY A T L A W
W ill practice In all courts of stats.
Special attention given Probata
work, writing deeds, mortgages,
contracts, and drafting of papers.
Office, 2nd floor. Union Blk.
_________ Newberg, Oregon_________
F. B. LAYMAN
ATTORNEY A T L A W
Office over First National Bank.
Practice In gli courts; abstracts
examined, deeds, contracts, mort
bptnfia tagen Grissee
TEACHER OF SIN G ING
Concert— Opera— Oratorio
Jaseis Britt Piano Stadio -
Yamhill Co. Abstract
s. H. orato*. M
The only Abstract Beeks is
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