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The family tree sometimes
that he was greater than the
pretty poor fruit.
Published & Edited by
but that back o f any effort he put
G . E. S E C O U R
forth was a reserve force o f un
in the City o f
Too much sparking is bound to
F orest G rove , O regon ,
fathomed depth and o f unmeasur ignite the matrimonial match.
THURSDAY o f EACH WEEK. ed breadth, readv at his call.
We meet hundreds o f men who ¡
I n d e p e n d e n t P h o n e s
have made a success o f life in the
The fish bait that comes in flat
O f f ic e 505
R e s i d e n c e 231
Northwest, men who have built bottles catches nothing but s u c k -
Grove' 0,,n;up their business stone by stone, ers.
and who are respected for what j
T erms op S ubscription
CASK IN ADVANCE
One Year $1.00 - Six Months .75
before the public, their work to himself.
Display advertisements for publica overshadows their personality.
tion in the PRESS must be in this office
There are some things that are
not later than Tuesday evening to in
the store or the huge building, . no(.
,icked whe„ they’ re d o w n -a
sure appearance in current issue.
and lastly o f the man whose ef- j live wire, for instance.
forts brought them into being.
Not so was it in the case o f tiie
What men most aumire about
(editor o f the Oregonian: people
The PRESS is published with
thought first o f Harvey W. Scott some women is sometimes equally
the constant aim o f best serving
anj tben 0f |,js paper. true about a bicycle tire.
our advertisers and subscribers.
^Ve are all cr ated free, and
We believe they are interested in equa| jn the sense of our inalten- Deep waterways ought to be
the publication, and we shall be ab]e nKj,ts in the pursuit of hnp- one o f the main planks in the
pleased to receive any suggestion pjn<,gg There the equality ends, temperance platform—Ex.
looking towards its improvement. The very god of nature has or-
If you know any news items o f dained tbat there shall be grada-
Of course the man who marries
interest, such as visitors to or tions in the mental and physical
a dream must do so with his eyes
from the city, weddings, social „ akeup 0f human beings.
gatherings, births, deaths, new Mr. Scott was created a giant, closed—and he never wants to
improvements, fires, accidents, both mentally and physically. wake up.
etc., either in town or country, Joined to and working in perfect
It has come to a pass where ih e
phone them in, make a note of harmony with a pn 'siuue which
hen is merely working for
the occurances and hand in at the ave him the vitality to withstand
plant or the in-
office, or tell Mr. Ed. S. Sparks, the severe strain of his arduous
who is reporter for the PRESS, labors, was a brain of extraordi-
about it. Your kindness will he ! nary capacity. Added to these
When you have j was a , genius for hard work,
There is a movement on foot to
the price of shoes—watch
read your paper,kindly hand it to Dlinkinfr eVe,- at the fountain of
trust boot the lining
some one not a subscriber. If he kno\v!edge,and his t: ind growing
reads a copy we will land him.
more profound wfth what it fed
on, he elected, through the Ore
THE PUBLISHER. gonian, to make his life-work the
When airships become so thick
Ind. phones: Office 505,
j upbudding o f the Northwest and that they shut out sunlignt then,
Residence 285 or 231.
! the upward growth of its people. indeed, will aviatiou be well es
Now that he is at rest it is not tablished.
A Shed for Horses Needed
j surprising that the people o f this
rqighty western empi e, who have
There are some people so par
There is needed along with a reaped and will reap the fruits of ticular about their associates that
public watering trough for horses |,js labor and wisdom,should with they never try to get acquainted
visiting the city, a shed to house «me accord seek eagerly to ac- with them.
them from the hot sun o f the knowledge the debt they owe
summer season and from the cold him, pay homage to his greatness
Ducks may be shot from aero
blasts o f winter. The stranger and honor his bier.
planes, but the problems o f get
coming to Forest Grove and s e e - ----------------------
ting them afterward appears to
ing a line o f teams hitched in a Live Temperately to be Healthy be full o f difficulties.
solid row for a block on Main
street, might marvel at the vol-
News reports tell o f a woman
The price o f cigarettes is going
ume ot business transacted dur-L vbo? to relieve a chronic stomach
up, but this o f course won’ t both
ing any given day by our mer- | trouble, fasted for twenty-eight er the man who always got his
chants with people from the|dayS. then when she sought to
from the other fellow.
country..but we do not especially break her tong fast, her twice-
need this as an advertisement. ahused stomach refused, or was
Veterinary dies from inhaling
People on the streets and in the unal le lo
food. This is
places of business i- a sufficient
rsiI!t] history o f such cases. the breath o f a horse. Is that
barometer of our trade, and to People will, through a series of what we get for training horses
hitch horses on the streets is not ye; rs, subject their stomachs to to smoke Turkish cigarettes?
only an indication o f village all manners o f abuses, eating
methods, but it also works a hard without regularity: consuming a
An Eastern professor who has
ship on the animals. There is conglomeration of food stuffs, the been star:led by the prohibition
also to be considered the fact d g ts to n o f widen might even movement predicts that Niagara
that where the streets are used cause a hog concern, and drink Falls will go dry in 3000 years.
as a public stabling place for ing liquids which none of the low
teams, the ideals o f civic clean er a .limn Is will voli ntarilv par-
The man who wrote the play
liness will receive a more or les: r-k e o f, fio m tta and coffee to
“ The Naked Truth,”
"rot-gnt” whiskey,and w hen the probably had a hard time clothing
What is needed is a large open n or. vitiated stomach rebels.and
his thoughts in proper language.
shed, boarded up on the south outraged nature calls a halt,then
side to keep ofi" the cold South •away to the dt ctor for a “ cure” .
Don’ t wait to throw flowers on
winds, and located sonvnvhejre
Do we take the physician’ s
near the center o f the hpsir ess m dicii e and follow the regihien the coffins of the dead. Throw
section of town. Heie the farm he has laid down for our relief? verbal boquets while they may
ers could put their teams while Fora few days; then we whisper bring happiness to the receipienis.
doing their trading. Thus would a sea l less ng at tho doctor am
our streets have more o f the ap rush off to take up some fad. the
A Rev. Somebody, o f Chicago,
pearance o f those o f a growing n o t heroic one to date being the says the miracles recorded in the
city, the horses would receive a fasting * cure” , w herein we ex hi hie are merely fairy stories.
part o f that humane treatment pect in a period o f time between He’ ll probably find that what h
to which they are entitled, and two full n oons to bring the body gets in the hereafter is the real
which they would return in in l ack to a healthy state from a tiling—Ex.
creased vitality and better scr- condition which is the i\ suit of
Western bankers report that
the cun ulative effects« : pint;« ny,
dissi} ation and irregular living. the farmers of Kansas, Nebraska,
G realer Than His Work
Ourphysical well-being d e f« nds Missouri and Iowa have spent
on being temperate in all things. $15,000,000 f o r
The reason why the Oregonian He who has the wisdom to learn There must be something in that
is on** o f the greatest newspapers nature’ s laws and follow them, story after all.
in U m WUDtry, and why it has will have no occasion ft' rush
had such an influence in shaping from one extreme to another in a
Loose boards in sidewalks are
the growth o f the Oregon country desperate effort to relieve him- equivalent to the slap-sticks o f
during the past forty years.is be- 9t.]f 0f the results o f his own the circus clowns. Many an un
cause the late Harvey W. Scott, folly. Old mother nature’ s laws wary pedestrian has sprung the
its editor, was greater than his are inexorable.
Who breaks, trap with grievous results. Re
work. We do not mean by this pays.
pair your sidewalks.
F orest g ro ve P ress
T o Our Patrons
The great Oxford dictionary
that was begun by Dr. Murray in
1884 is now completed as far as
“ T . ’ ’ But it is debatable mat
ter whether modern English was
spoken as far back as 1884.
A Michigan farmer who sepa
rated from his wife and then lie-
came her hired man is suing her
for $500 back pay. Perhaps he
could get her to settle out o f
court if he would agree to take
An eastern doctor advances
the astounding theory that it is
not the heart that keeps the
blood in circulation. This solves
the problem o f how lovelorn lads
and lasses sustain life after losing
After listening to all the lean
ed dissertations upon the dange's
o f osculating prepared by promi
nent scientists one comes to th
conclusion that only a bold iru i,
will hereafter dare kisi a girl.
But, then, only the brave deserve
The stately oaks and firs on the
c .mpus furnish grateful shaut
for many during the hot weather.
Here young maidens are wont o
gather in groups and .-it on tin
grass with tin ir sewing, an J is
they make the dainty stitches, t
dream o f the far oil time when
phrophesy o f the flower
petals, “ he loves me, he loves m^
not,” shall be fulfilled.
D ir e c t o r y
W . M. Langley
Forest Grove, Ogn.
J. N. Hoffman
Collection» and all business e n trü st«! to m
«riven prom pt attention. A ttorney ior I < rest
Grove Collection i^grency.
Oiffce-Hoffman Bldg. Pacific Avt.
Ind. Phone 502
Forest «, ve
H. W . Vollmer, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
Office in Abbott Bldg.
Forest Grove, Ogn.
O. V /. Hump! trey
O ffic .-K .
borest (.rove, Oregon
Dr. O. H. ScLeetz
ChiropraClic 5/„ inoiogisi
Specialist, in nervous diseases. luny, trouble*
rheumatism, in ia c t all th ft
Office next to LaCcurse’s store
W . H. Ho is
Forett G eve, C^n.
W . Q. i >. cber. Mi D.
Physician ana Auigeon
Diseases c f Women A b pt cmity
Dr. Brown’s Old Office
Forest Grove, Ore.
Victor H. Limber
Funeral D irector and Emlalr. er
I X .— Becom es a Partner
D r. C. E. E e c i :m an n
C hi cp rector
Hilda the Helper wedded Brown,
her faithful young Philander the
richest merchant in the town, Office in Forest Grove Nat’i I a;
who thus pxor-osod with candor:
W . i.
Fire and I ife Inaura, ce
If you don’ t insure with me
W E BOTH L.OSL
North First Street, near Main
Forest Grove, Ore.
CARL HOFFM AN
•‘You’re such a helper, Hilda dear—
you're such a business heartener
— it seems to me 'tis very clear
reasonable. Basement Hoffman build
you ought to be my partner.”
So read the moral, maidens all:
DON’T STOOP TO KNOCK AND
SLANDER. BUT BOOST YOUR
TOWN, HELP ROLL TIIE BALL:
THERE'S MORE THAN ONE
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