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About Forest Grove press. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1909-1914 | View Entire Issue (July 7, 1910)
Live Items of Local Interest
Compiled by the Hustling, Bustling, Rustling
Mr. and Roy McPhearson o f
Banks, were in town Tuesday.
H. T. Giltner
“W indy Jim” Discourses
Nobody had heard from “ Win
dy” for almost two weeks, and
though we were all anxious about j
Hot weather wearables for
For a comfortable vacation out him, no one cared to begin the
men at Anderson’s.
fit for man, including the clothes, inquiry. As a matter o f fact,
all of us were o f the same mind,
Jack Vanderyanden o f Gales go to Anderson’s.
When in need o f Drugs see to-wit, that “ Windy Jim” had
Creek, was in the city Tuesday.
Just received at Emerson’s Miller; he cuts the price. PION gone back to Forest Grove to get
a n ew fund o f “ yarns” for the !
Lumber Yard a carload o f sand. EER DRUG STORE.
Young Hardin, well known to amusement o f the loafers at the I
Mrs. Robert Ballinger visited
the youth about town, blew in little Missouri grocery. We all j
Hillsboro friends the fore part o f
missed “ Windy.”
Then C y ;
from Nebraska Tuesday.
Mullins entered, and said: “ Win
Does your watch keep time? dy” has got back. Nobody spoke |
For scientific shoeing go to
If not, better leave it at Shear but somebody passed around the
Harris & Markham. They guar
er’s for an overhauling.
hat and turned over to the store
antee the results.
Homeopathic keeper two rusty washers, a
Mr. and Mrs. Archie Clark re-
Pysician and Oculist. Does no Canadian dime, a punctured nick
l turned to the United Railway’s
surgery. O ffice at residence. el, a pants buttons, two shirt
| camp near Glen wood, Tuesday.
319 North A street. Ind. Phone buttens and three U. S. copper
cents, in return for which the i
Miss Annie Laura Goodman,
niece o f Father Buck, left this
Will Clark and wife o f Port proprietor silently placed a gen
morning for her North Dakota land,
celebrated the Fourth erous supply o f cheese and crack
with the latter’s sister,
Miss ers on the counter where they 1
would be handy.
Now is the time to purchase Iva Smith, o f this city. Mi.
Then “ Windy” arove. After
that range you want. The best i Clark is with Olds, Wortman &
had finished the treat and set
that are made can be had at King.
tled himself on the old cracker
J. B. Matthews wishes to show
box he began: “ Bin over to Coal
the new “ Union” jack; for
Wilber Weston and Willie Mor-
ville attendin’ won of them new |
i lifting, setting tires, stretching
ley have returned to their homes
fangled Fourth uv Julie sell-a-
fence and many other uses. Al-
in this city after several months
brayshuns what they call safe
j ways handy.
¡an’ sane; well, I’d c a ll’ em u n -!
Marion R. Markham made a safe an’ insane if I was a doin’ I
Mrs. Lysons, a former resident
business trip to Partland Satur o f it.”
o f this city, is in town for a few
day in the interest o f the Pacific
“ Thar was a feller thar who
days and would be glad to renew
Home Mutual fire insurance com was sellin’ lemon-ade till the lem
pany, o f which he is assistant ons was all gone an’ then he kept
YOUNG LADY W ANTED- To secretary.
on sellin’ till the u idertaker hed
learn typesetting. Must be high
Gordon Brown, Pacific Univer tew hire help, then thar was a
school graduate and WILLING TO
sity graduate and future horti- boy who couldn’ t shoot a tawl
Apply Press Office.
culturalist, has left his work with pistel caws it might give him
I f you want to buy a diamond the nursury company at Orenco lock jaw an’ he got tew puttin’
I have them. Nice white, per and gone to the wilds o f Wilson them harmless little fire crackers
fect stones from $10 to $300. river, where he will carry a sur in his mouth jess tew see what
Everyone guaranteed to be flaw veyor’ s chain for the United Rail he could do an’ the dentist got
an order for same new teeth an’
less. A. Shearer.
one feller put a hull bunch o f em ’
in a nuther feller’ s pants pocket
which caused the feller tew git
busy on some new clothes. A n’
in place uv the usual giant crack-
i er thar was a lot of fellers slam-
min’ boards on the sidewalk tew
make a noise an, won feller got
his foot tew dose an’ hed to gi
a kork won tew replace it witr,
an’ won feller went fishin’ ai.'
got drownded, so he did fur a j
“ An’ won feller staid at home
an’ split wood till bout leven
’ clock an’ then he split his foot
fur a change. Thar was a side j
show which hed only garter
snakes an’ the feller starved em’
tew death right on the spot an’
the swing wasn’ t lowed tew go
tew fast an’ the passengers all
$18.00 Morris chair. Mission, imt. Spanish, Special,
got off an’ refused tew pay caws
they cud walk an’ beet it.”
” , Golden Oak, Velour,
“ But most everybody was jist
8 .9 8
layin’ round like a lot uv sick
chickens an’ doin’ nothin’ a tall.
Fer mine. I’ ll take the good old
$ 3 5 .0 0 Sewing Machine, Drop Head,
d * 0 0 C ffc
pay-tree-ot-tick forth in which
Golden Oak, guaranteed 10 years
the ded hev a lively an’ glorious
$ 3 2 .5 0 Sewing Machine, Drop Head,
^ O l A A
time dyin’ anyways.”
Golden Oak, guaranteed 10 years
Local Reporters of the Press
Staple and Fancy Groceries
Fresh Fruit & Vegetables
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Best Trout Fishing in Oregon
Board at the
Half W ay House
Day, W ee k or Month
Good Meals, Clean Beds, No Chinese
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Adkins, PropV*
Home Baking Co.
Finest of Bread and Pastry Baked Every Day
W e sell 6 loaves o f bread for 25^
Free Delivery to All Parts of the City
The Progressive Store
W e are making it so easy
to furnish a home there is
no longer an excuse for
not providing YOUR
home with up-to-
d a te fu rn itu re
Groceries, Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes
A Fine Line of General Merchandise
Hoffman, Allen Co.
Roswurm & Moulton
Roswurm & Co.
Dealers in Real Estate, Exchanges, Business Chances,
Ice, Coal and Wood
M U T U A L FIR K
PRINCIPAL OFFICE, FOREST GROVE, OREGON
G eo. G. Paterson
Mertz and Latta
Will Save You More Than 25 Per Cent
If you want up-to-date, reliable and trustworthy
plumbing fixtures installed, or repairs made,
get in touch with the practical plumber
H. L. DECKERT
R e .id e .e e 4528
Forest Grove, Oregon
Mrs. M. A. Thomas
Fashionable D ressm a k er
Cor. 2nd. SC and 1st. Ave. South.
W e have an up-to-the-minute line
of all kinds o f furniture, rugs, art
squares, linoleum, glass, paints,
oils, picture frames, go-carts,
wall-paper, hammocks, etc.
IN S U R A N C E
Credit is as Free as the Air
These machines do as good work as a $ 7 5 . model
A. E. M O U L T O N
W A L T E R R O SW U R M
Forest Grove, Oregon
We don’ t believe that you can And
a better all round place to fit out the
home than right at this store.
We don’ t believe that you can
find a place that will deal more
fairly with you than we will.
THIS IS THE M
IN YOU NEED
If the hoofs o f your hone need to
be shod. I have the metal, the
knowledge, the skill and the will
ingness to put your horses right
when they need a firm footing.
I also do General Rlacksmithing,
anything and everything.
We don’ t believe that, dollar for
dollar, you can do QUITE aa well
Thme are our claims - t o prove
them is our aim.
Will you rive os an opportunity to
do so the first time you are needinr
something in our lin.?
ROE & COMPANY L
FOREST GROVE GARAGE