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About Forest Grove press. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1909-1914 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 11, 1912)
THE MAN HIGHER UP
E V E R Y A R T IC L E IN M Y S T O R E G R E A T L Y R E D U C E D -
Continued from fourth page.
GEO. G. PATERSON'S
Furniture, Rugs, Carpets, Linoleums, Oil
cloth, Mattings, Paints, Oils, W all Paper, Etc.
A s my lease expires January 1, 1912, and I haven't se
cured a store building to move into, have decided to sell
my $9,000 stock of Furniture, Pianos and in fact every
thing in my store at a big discount— in fact some articles
below Cost— in order to make a quick turn.
article will have the old selling tag on and the discount
price m arked in plain figures.
The first customers will have the cream of the sale.
stock is exhausted the sale is off.
ly as possible at Cost.
If you intend to paint in the near
future, it will pay you to take advantage of this.
a good assortment o f colors on hand.
My Entire Stock of Varnishes will be Sold
. . . . at a Discount. . . . . .
1 have a big stock on hand.
Hurry, it is yours
I have a beautiful prize in my window
for the one holding the correcct num
A number will be given with
each $1 purchase, which gives you a
chance to win i t .................................
Some hours later Patrick, bearing a
candle and accompanied by Korali.
crept upstairs softly to the spare bed
room where Bob. face downward, re
posed In uneasy slumber—and In a
bed. Norah sank to her knees by the
“ T b ’ poor, poor la-ndl” she murmur
ed. laying her band gently on his
Bob groaned and In his sleep shrank
from the touch. The movement dis
placed the nightgown—Kathleen’» —
and disclosed a black and blue shoul-
“ Tb* Uttle spalpane!’’ Korah whis
T t ’i not from flghtln’ , T warrlnt ye,”
Patrick whispered. “ It’s on bis back."
“ Don’t you bit me again, Jim Thomp
son!" Bob screamed In bis dreams.
"W hen I’m big I ’ll kick you.”
“ T b ’ little dtvill” Patrick whispered
“ H e’s like Paddy ’ud ’a’ been." sob
“ Arrah. Norah. darltnt, ye do be mak-
ln’ a fool av yersilf over tb’ la-ad that
was nivlr borrn.” Paddy was the boy
I for whom the FUnns’ hearts had al
ways longed, but who never came.
With deep satisfaction o f soul Bob
opened his eyes on a new day.
“ I ’ ll stay here.” he said aloud.
And stay be did. Bob, In the arro
gance o f hts bo.vlsb egotism, taking
his welcome for granted, while to the
Kllnns. big hearted and Instinctively
hospitable. It never occurred to wonder
at the boy’s presumption. The arrange
ment thus tacitly established proved a
So it wus that when Policeman
Flinn set out that noon to his duties
Bob accompanied him. to revisit yes
terday’s battletleld. where henceforth,
by right o f conquest und Patrick's pro
tection. be wus to reign supreme. And
when the day’s work wns done to
gether they returned home to “ Irish-
A few days later their bonds were
It wus Saturday night and the fami
ly o f Flinn was gathered In the
kitchen, which was also the living
room. Over the table In the corner
Bob counted the earnings o f the week.
To this task the assistance o f Molly
and Kathleen wus needed, since, a his,
Bob's notions o f arithmetical values
after the sum o f ten was reached were
“ Three dollars and fifty-three cents.’’
Kathleen announced proudly.
“ H e'll be layln’ aside a bit av It. a
dime or a quarther mebby, f r tb' |
sisters whin they come, won't ye.
Bob?” Norah suggested piously.
But Bob had planned other uses for
his money. He laid to one side the
53 cents and gathered together the S3,
which he carried over to Norah and
dropped. Jingling, into her capacious
“ An’ what's this for?”
'T a k e it.” said Bob.
"Y e mane kape It f ’r ye?”
"N o ; keep It fer yourself.”
“ An' why should 1 kape it?” de
"T o pay fer me bed an' grub.”
“ Aw ay wld ye. ye little rapscallion!
Kape yer money: ye’ll be nadlu' It f r
clothes an' th’ like. Ye can stay here
without payin' yer way an' welcome."
"But that's cbnr’ ty. ain’t It?” Bob
“ Well, yes—sometimes.’’ Norah re
turned slowly. “ But not In this case,
whin It’ s frlnds Is gtvln’ to ye.”
“ Ain’t goln' to be u ehnr’ty boy.”
Bob Insisted. ” 1 got to pay.”
“ But why?” Norah Insisted.
“ I don't know." Bob returned slowly,
with a puzzled frown. ” 1 ain't a cheap
skate. You'll keep It. won’t you?”
“ Not a clnt av It." Norah declared
Bob gave no answer to this declara
tion other than to collect the coins and
place tbein In his pocket. Then he
took his cap from Its peg and without
a word or backward glance made for
T o be continued.
D I T ,P C
Ix U v jO —
consisting o f B ody Brussel, Axm inster, Jap. Brussels, V elvets, English A rt Squares,
G rass, W o od -F ib er, Ingrains, W o o l, H a lf W o o l, Etc,
S. P. Granted Franchise
Among other things too numerous to mention are IRONING BOARDS, PICTURES,
BABY WALKERS, BABY BUGGIES, MATTRESSES, Ostermoor, SEWING MA
CHINES, PORTIERES, Table Cloths, Towel Racks, Clock Shelves, 4 Mission
Clocks, at cost; Hall Racks, Shades, Pillows, Paint Brushes, Trunks, Suit Cases,
Sulkies for the baby; Baby Jumper, Toy Doll Buggies, some Doll Furniture, Or
gans and a thousand more things, all reduced.
Don't forget to get tickets on the
Valuable Prize In the window
I Need the CASH, You Need the GOODS, and
I am Here with the Goods
GEO. G. PATERSON
Furniture and Pianos
Forest G rove, O regon
A t a special meeting o f the
city council last week the South ?
ern Pacific railroad was granted
franchise for right o f way from
the eastern part o f town to enter
on First avenue and to the
Christian church on Third street,
where they will enter the prop
erty o f Dr. Large and proceed
to A street. The franchise also
covers A street from First ave
nue to the south part o f town.
Depot grounds have been select
ed on the east side o f Main
It is hardly likely that the
franchise will ever be used on
A street by the S. P., and what
i the move rpeans can only be a
matter o f conjecture.
N o T erm s on Prices
ORENCO TREES ARE REALLY CHEAP
Preliminary work on the saw
mill is going on rapidly.
Mr. Callahan is clearing consid
erable acreage o f fine bottom
land, a donkey engine being
used for the purpose.
B. F. Purdy has men engaged
to clear between 80 and 100 acres
o f hill land for orchard purposes.
Some trees appear cheap, but are really expensive.
Other trees appear expensive, but are really cheap.
cannot buy high-grade, productive land for the same price
as poor land sells for.
You cannot buy Oak lumber for the same price as Fir
It is Quality in Trees that Counts.
W e grow our own trees in our 1200-acre nursery.
land was selected specifically for nursery purposes. It pro
duces the very choicest type o f trees possible to obtain any
where, with stalwart tops, strong fibrous roots; in short,
strictly first-class, sound, healthy, fully matured trees.
There are none better grown, and they are Really Cheap;
because they are such as will “ Make Good.”
I f you need any N. Y. Pippin, Spitzenberg, Winesap,
Rome Beauty, McIntosh Red, Jonathan or any other com
mercial or home variety, just drop us a line stating your re
W e also have some o f the best peach trees in Early
Crawford, Elberta, Foster, Fitzgerald, Gillingham and other
good varieties we have ever grown.
If you want Peach Trees, you can’t get better.
Don’ t Delay Ordering Too Long.
Why N ot Now?
O REGON NURSERY C O M P A N Y ,
STEADY, UPRIGHT SALESMEN WANTED
Store’s location in you r
m em ory. It will b e a
good thing to know
when you want any*
Tools, Household Hardware
or Housefumishing Goods.
DeLavel Cream Separators
T H E W O R L D ’S S T A N D A R D "
C om e and look them over; it w on’t cost you anything
and m aybe do you lots o f good
W. 0. WAGNER & SONS
FOREST G R O V E
H ardw are
Im plem ents
C. L. H I N M A N
N e w carload of buggies direct
from the factory. : : : :
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Paints, O ils
G la s s
Home Baking Co.
Finest o f Bread and Pastry Baked E very D ay
W e sell 6 loaves of bread for 2 5 ^
Free Delivery to A ll Parts o f th e City
Pacific A ven ue
Forest G rove
U. S. A .
Livery, Feed and Sales Stables
Coed Teams and Rigs -Baggage Called For and Delivered Is All Parts
Independent Phone 412
P E A R L W W IL L IA M S . Propnetor.
Pacific A v e n u e .................................. -