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About Washington County news. (Forest Grove, Washington County, Or.) 1903-1911 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 3, 1908)
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1 Reduction on all Clothing
3 In Our Store
T h e Stock consists of R ain Coats, O vercoats, M ackintoshes, W ool H osiery, F a n c y N eck
wear, Linen Collars, Handkerchiefs, Suspenders, Men’s H ats, Umbrellas. E veryth in g will
go at same reduction, as our room is small. W e have decided to make room for the size
of our stock on hand, so if you are ready to purchase your W in ter Supply, you had better
come right now, as this sale will last only until the H olidays. Rem em ber we are located in
the N aylor Building near the com er of Main Street and F irst Avenue N orth.
Here are Some of the Prices:
M en’s Suits worth $ 7 .0 0 a t .........
7 .5 0
8 .0 0
8 .5 0
9 .0 0
1 0 .0 0
1 1 .0 0
$ 4 .6 7
Men’s Suits worth
5 .0 0
5 .3 3
5 .6 7
6 .0 0
6 .6 7
7 .3 3
$ 12.00 a t ...........$ 8 . 0 0
1300 “ ........... 8 . 6 7
14.00 “ ........... 9 . 3 3
15.00 “ ........... 1 0 . 0 0
16.00 “ ........... 1 0 . 6 7
17.00 “ ........... 1 1 . 3 3
18.00 “......... 1 2 .0 0
21.00 “ .... 1 4 .0 0
A large line of M en’s P an ts, F a n cy Shirts and H eavy Underwear.
Shirts, Shoes for M en, Ladies and Boys.
Blue Flannel T op
manded Belinda, “what's the debtof's
“My name's Huzzard — Belllngton
Forbes llazzard. Never heard of me,
’’Well, 1 once rend a short article
about you." acknowledged Belinda, her
eyes suapplng with delight. "Th at's
By JANE LUDLUM LEE.
au awfully long uume of yours,
though.” she continued.
C o p y rig h te d . 1908, by A s so cia te d
your frietuls call you when they are
L ite ra r y P ress.
in a hurry?”
"Ju st 'B ..’ " he Informed her, and
“Come along, Patsy; let's away from Belluda actually giggled.
I this piazza crowd and hie ourselves to
Two hours later the trio were back
. the hills.” suggested Belinda Bowers, on the hotel piazza, and Belinda bad
stooping close to the little terrier snug not mentioned the letter. The next
gling against her freshly laundered day aud every day thereafter found
the three comi«uiions taking long
walks, a -J Belinda realized that she
Patsy wagged his abbreviated taU
was doitig very little reading, while
and set his ears up very straight In re- llazzard left his canvas in a most un
“The piazza crowd,” according to Be
The season at Cedarvale was al
linda's light, was the aggregation of most at an end. and the trees in the
somewhat colorless and uncertainly orchard were laden with gorgeous red
I aged summer boarders, whose fingers fruit. Patsy was chasing birds, while
could barely keep pace with their Belinda was curled up at the foot of
tongues as they embroidered and talk a favorite tree, aud llazzard was be
ed on the w ide veranda of the Cedar- side her. This morning there seemed
to be long, unaccountable pauses in
| rale Inn.
Belinda and Patsy strolled down the the conversation, and for some reason
Belinda felt a premonition of what
j village street and stopped In front of was
the dilapidated postotflce for mall. The
“Did you ever read what people
thought about you?” asked Belinda.
"Yes, I read a short article about
myself once written by one of my
dearest friends. Buzz Murray,” he ac
knowledged. “But I must say In de
fense of my friend that it was never
Intended for my eyes.”
“Do you mean Mr. B. Z. Murray—
Mrs. Alston’s friend?” Inquired Be
"T h at’s the man. We nicknamed
him Buzz at college.” Then, fumbling
tn his pockets. llazzard produced a
well worn letter. “Here’s the article,”
he announced as he handed her an en
velope addressed to himself.
Belinda read aloud:
M . J. B E N J A M IN
F o re st Grove
Quong Lee Hi
FINE WORK DONE CHEAP— PRICES
8 to 15c
10c Waists, white 10 to 2(.’c
White skirts - 10 to 20c Underskirts - 15 to 25c
2 V jc
Men’s White Vests 10 15c Pants
10 to 20c Dusters -
15 to 20c
20c doz. Napkins
The following ariicles, 50c per doz.: Pillcw casee,
Bed Sheets. Tableclothes, Night Gowns, Women’s
Drawers, Underwear, Aprons and Corset Covers.
W e will have for this season a complete line to select from,
and you will not have to leave B anks to get just what you
SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Forest Grove Time Table
Carpets, R ugs, I,inoleum s, W indow Shades, M attings, Cur
tains, W all Paper, Paints, Oils, G lass, Trunks, Suit Cases,
no . ! lv. Portland 7:2o a. m. Iv. Forest Grove 8:39 a. m.
Pictures and Picture Fram in g.
T r y the L in e r co'um n of The News if you have anything to
sell; w an t to buy or trade.
8 :5 o a . m .,a r .
l:eo p. m. ar.
4 :lo p. m. lv.
5:4o p. m. ar.
" l o .l o a . m.
“ * 2:2o p. m
** 5:4o p. m.
'* 7:oo p. m.
Framing and Enlarging a Specialty
6 departs 6:4o a. m.t arrives at Portland 8:oo a. m.
lo:3o a. m
8 55 a. m.,
ll:5 o a. m.
lo:3o a. ui.
4:5o p. m.
3:3o p. m.
6:2o p. m.
4:37 p. m. "
B r o w n , Agent.
W m . McMURRAY, General Passenger
Agent, Portland, Ore.
One House and lo t................ $1200
One lot 100x200 feet ..........
One “ 100x100 “
See Jarres Stephenson.
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You can secure this excellent
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“ COMB HEBE THIS MINUTE, YOUNO MAN.
SHE CALLED IN A 8TEKN VOICE.
My D ear M iss B o w ers—I h ea r you a re
In C ed arv ille. and I wish you would send
a card to my old frien d H azzard.
people h ave a c o tta g e th ere.
H e’s th e
d earest old slob In th e world. T h e re is
only one th in g a g a in st him —In san ity h as
developed In him . ta k in g th e form o f
painting, b u t It Is a h arm less type. H is
oth er en d earin g q u a lities will quite o u t
w eigh th is, how ever, and I fa n c y you tw o
would find e a ch o th e r m ost congen ial
S in cerely you rs.
B . Z. M U R R A Y .
“But this letter was Intended for
gray haired postmaster peered through me,” cried Belinda. “Why didn't you
the small opening, his eyes shining give it to me?”
above the gold rims of his glasses.
“For the same reason that you did
“There's a letter here for ‘B. Bow not return the one intended for me."
ers.’ Be that you?”
announced Hazzard. “Of course, Buzz
“Yes, Miss B. Bowers,” affirmed Be got his envelopes mixed, but I for one
am willing to forgive him.”
“Well, there ain’t no ‘Miss’ on it, but
reckon it’s yours, all right,” and he
“And I want you to forgive him, too.
handed her the letter.
Belinda,” interrupted Hazzard as he
Belinda was too happy day dreaming looked long into her eyes. “These
to open the uninteresting looking legal past few weeks have been heaven on
envelope. It might be a Hll. so she earth to me, and—and mny I hope-
thrust it between the leaves of her just a little hope—that you. too. have
magazine. When she and Patsy reach been happy?”
ed a shady ap';le orchard, surrounded
Patsy rushed around the tree, bark
by a low stone wall, Belinda settled lng and dancing on his tiny feet.
herself comfortably and opened the
“At least Patsy Is happy,” parried
“Dear B„” it ran, “hope this finds
Belllngton picked the terrier up in
you wide awake and that you've dis his arms and held him tightly for a
covered something doing in Cedarvale. moment. Bnt Patsy saw a stray cat
I understand there's nothing doing in and was anxious to be off again.
Cedarville. I understand there's noth
"W hat did my letter say of you?”
ing in the line of females up there un asked Hazzard.
der sixty, except one queen, named Be
“Oh. some awfully silly things,” an
linda Bowers. I met her last winter swered Belinda.
at Mrs. Alston's. Stop painting fool
"Well, may I hope, Belinda—here un
pictures and see if you can’t get next der the old apple tree that has lent us
to her royal highness. Ta, ta.
its friendly shade all these happy
weeks—may I have my answer here
Belinda’s eyes were beaming with and now?”
the humor of the mistake. She looked
“Answer to what?” she almost whis
again at the envelope. It certainly pered.
bore tier name, yet the letter was evi
“Will you be my wife, Belinda?” he
dently meant for other eyes. Who was murmured as he drew her closely to
him. And. lingering in his embrace,
“Patsy, old doggie,” said Belinda as she gave her answer.
she patted him affectionately on the
head. "There's something in Cedar-
Litigious South Africans.
vale at last, and methinks we’re it.”
The Diamond Fields Advertiser,
Patsy barked with delight at the referring to the litigious nature of the
sudden turn of affairs. Then some natives of South Africa, gives the fol
thing on the other side of the waU at lowing as an instance: “A native had
tracted his attention, and he bounded fought and lost an action in the mag
over, barking incessantly. Belinda fol istrate's court In one of the small
lowed him with her glance and discov towns tn Griqualand East, the articles
ered that an artist was sketching about In dispute being a slate and an alpha
fifty feet away. The dog paid no at betical primer of the total value of
tention to her recalling whistle, and sixpence. He, Immediately after the
she followed him.
Judgment was given against him, start
"Come here this minute, young man,” ed on a journey on foot to the chief
she called in a stern voice.
town, about thirty miles distant, in or
The artist rose.
der to instruct an attorney there to ap
"A t yonr service,” he murmured as peal from the judgment given. The
he bowed before her.
attorney laughed at the man and told
“I was calling the dog,” explained him he should desist, as he would only
Belinda, much embarrassed.
be wasting his money over a trivial
"I realize that,” parried the man, matter, but he tendered the costs of
“but since the dog refuses I thought the appeal to the attorney and insist
I might do.”
ed; otherwise he would consult another
Inwardly Belinda told herself that lawyer. After a long consultation and
decidedly he would do. but for answer endeavor to advise his client to act as
she gave him an Irresistible laugh.
was thought best the attorney com
“Won’t you sit down under the shade plied with the native’s wishes. The
of my apple tree. Miss Bowers?" sug native won his appeal.”
gested the man. suddenly turning host.
Belinda made herself comfortable,
W o rk in g tho Public.
and the man dropped down beside her.
The subway express stopped at Sev
“How did you know that I was Miss
enty-second street. Passengers got off
Bowers?" Inquired Belinda finally.
“How did I know?” echoed her com- I and on. Ju«t as the guard on one car
panion. "Cedarvale is a small place, rang the bell to go ahead a gray haired
and when a beautiful girl lands in our | woman neatly dressed rushed to the
midst tbe whole town talks of nothing door, crying: “Let me off! Let me off!
else.” He laughed aloud at the thought She's got my pncketbook!” The guard
and then, with more seriousness, he refused to open the door, as the train
was already pulling out of tbe station.
added. “May I go on?"
Belinda was Interested and gave Her A few more words and she ended by
saying. “Well, yon will have to lend
me a nickel ear fare to get home.” but
"Well, to be frank with you, I saw
neither this guard nor bis companions
you the night you and your mother ar
rived. and I’ve been hankering for an In the cars ahead or behind had the
introduction ever since. Why, I’ve
A gentleman who had observed all
even hung about dark lanes hoping to
offered the lady 10 cents, which she
rescue you. I’ve gone to dances where
accepted, seemingly relnctantly.
I've been the only man present In
Fourteenth street she got off TbS
hopes that some of the antediluvians
guard shook his (lead knowingly and
might Introduce me. But all efforts
were futile until this disobedient pup when some one remark* d on the hap
pening said: ’’She couldn't fool me. I
has made me his everlasting debtor."
know her of old. That's a game of
“In rasa Patsy wants to send tn a
bUl tor aarvlces reudertd.” coyly de- hers, and she gets many a nickel by
that trick.”—New York Son.
T ender, Ju ic y , Steaks,
R oasts and Stews,
S au sage and Bacon
All kinds of Fresh
V e g e ta b le s
G ro c e rie s
W. F. SCHULTZ
we keep the best
to be had, but this is to
remind you to give us a
F o r e s t d r o v e , O re.
Puts up all kinds
with the best and
T h a t’s what you get
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T his is the time of year
when heavy work begins
and you will want good
W e not
stock in the county but
our prices will convince
you that we
SELL THE CHEAPEST
Out Store is overflowing with all
kinds ol harness, both light and
heavy, Buggy Whips, Robes,
Rain Curtains. In fact every
thing you want.
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