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FOREST GROVE PRESS, FOREST GROVE. OREGON, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1912.
G. C. GRAY,
By ELMER WINSTON
Presa A sso
John Byers, o f the Thatcher
Mrs. J. H. Shearer is rapidly
recovering from her recent ill neighborhood, was a Grove visi
She was an incorrigible flirt. At last, ness.
having declined a number of suitors,
Alfalfa hay, the best o f feed.
Read the advertisements in
sbe became engaged to a multimillion
any place in town.
aire, and ber mother determined that the Press this week.
sbe should nut have a chance to throw
The best of fresh meat can
over the opportunity. The girl was
The Ladies of the Christian
be had at the Dilley Market
sent into the country on a plea of ill
Church will hold a bazaar Satur
health in the dead of winter to remain
there till a week before the wedding
Mrs. Krines, of Lebanon, is day in the building formerly
visiting with her brother, John occupied by Moore’s market.
C o p y rig h t by A m e rica n
cia tio n , 19U.
MERTZ & LATTA
A Golf story.
Wilkins was an enthusiastic
golfer, and when his friend John
son met him coming away from the
links a day or two ago he was in a
terrible frame of mind. "W hat's
happened, old fellow?” asked John
son amiably. “ Everything’s hap
pened!” growled Wilkins.
enough to make one give up golf
and go in for fishing. That ass Fitz-
noodle has been running all over
Orders called for
the course and actually crossed my
tee just as I was about to make a
lovely drive. What would you have I
done had you been in my place?” ••
“ Well,” he replied, with a smile,
“ seeing that he crossed your ‘t’ I OREGON a n d W A S H IN G T O N
think I would have dotted his ‘i.’ ”
Expert Carpet, Rug
and Fancy Weaving
An aunt agreed to take ber to her
Dodge, of this city.
Mrs. Chas. Hines was taken
summer residence, open it and live
Disadvantages of Illiteracy.
Cor. 5th Ave.
ill last Saturday, and
The Press from now until Jan
there with her during the season of
When a soldier is confined in the
and 2nd St.,
It is guardroom for an offense a written
her captivity. There were plenty of uary 1, 1914 for $1. After this is confined to her home.
young men about in summer, but now month $1.50 per year.
feared pneumonia may result.
Forest Grove, Ore.
copy of the crime is invariably hand-
there was not one within fifty miles
ed to the commander of the guard.
except a few countrymen. The Jan
A corporal having given an order,
uary winds were blowing cold, and she on the Todd place, near town, Star Confectionery, has remod one of the men seemed disinclined
eled the front of the building, to obey, when, after having rebuked
sat all day reading novels or doing was a Grove visitor Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry McDon adding a large show window and him sharply, he shouted in angry
look through the wiDdow at the bleak
tones, “ It’s a good job for you, me
of Thatcher, were presented other improvements.
Do you know where your view.
lad, that I can’t spell insubordina
The insurance rates of the tion, or I ’d shove you in the clink
There was a little lake a few hun with a bouncing baby girl Sun
land corners are, or the ex.
dred yards distant, just outside the day morning.
Modern Woodman of America (guardroom) sharp.” — London Tele
act number of acres you walls of her prison grounds. One cold
We want all children under will not be increased the first of graph.
have ? You need to know be night it was frozen over, and the next
the year as was arranged for.
cause the price of land is so morning ttie sun shone bright, and the eight years o f age to be regis
air was still and full of ozone.
old rates will prevail.
tered at King & Caples before
high now, that every foot
“ You don’t even know how to
A man was skating on the lake.
Miss Helen Anderson of Port make a lemon tart,” remarked the
adds on or takes off just so
She arose, dressed herself in a be December 20.
was a guest of Miss Jean cooking school girl, with fine scorn.
much value. It is worth con coming skating costume, took up a
Mrs. Anna Abernethy Starr,
pair of skates and went to the lake.
“ It isn’t necessary to make a lem
Thursday and Friday
sidering. Let me tell you.
Putting on her skates, she went on the of Tacoma is a guest at the home
tart,” replied the other. “ All the
of last week.
H. B. G l a i s y e r , Surveyor,
ice, at first timorously; then, gathering of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
I’ve ever seen were pretty
participated in the recital at P.
confidence, she sailed off, graceful as a Wm, Abernethy, in this city.
Over Hoffman & Allen’s,
U. last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Prior French of
The man. evidently n farm band, cut
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. McEldow- (T "
figure eights, did the Dutch roll and Thatcher were in
all manner of flubdubs. The girl sway Tuesday. Mrs. French is suffer ney will entertain the E. 0. VV.
ed her skirts gracefully to one side,
at dinner this evening, after
then to the other, as sbe skated, it ing with a bad fellon on her
which Five-hundred will be in
was a case of country hoy showing ofT thumb,
before city girl and city girl before
A pleasant time is
Dilley’s Fish Market, open six
country hoy. Then she purposely fell
anticipated as the host and host
Feed Mill will run every
on the ice and lay there till he came days in the week. Will deliver
ess are noted for their hospi
day in the week.
and picked ber up.
fresh, salt and dried fish. North
“ Are you hurt, miss?”
avenue, telephone 692.
Where had she heard a voice like First
Wholesale and Retail
that? She looked up into the young
Bran,Shorts, Rolled Oats, Ground man's face, and behind a stubble heard
Send some one, Lord, to love the
Mr. and Mrs. Dean of this city
best that is iu me and to accept
Oats, Ground Wheat, Cracked of five or six days' growth she saw
leave the day after Christ nothing less from me, to touch me !
something that reminded her of some
Wheat, Cracked Corn, Whole one she had seen before.
mas for Kansas, where they with the searching tenderness of
Wheat and Corn, Middlings and
“ Not much,” she said,
lie was turning away when she will remain with Mr. Dean’s the passion for the ideal, to de
several kinds of Hard Wheat
mand everything from me for my
struggled or pretended to struggle with parents until March.
Flour, Sack Twine and Sacks, a lame ankle. "I fear 1 must ask you
own sake, to give me so much that
W. E. Sherbrook, of Cornelius,
cannot think of myself and to
to help me off the ice.” she said.
Hay and Vetch Seed.
Site rested heavily on his strong arm was a Grove visitor Tuesday. ask so much that 1 can keep nothing
Give us a call when in need.
us she shambled to the shore, and Mr.
Sherbrook has large rose back, to console me by making me
wlicn she got there he took from about
strong before sorrow comes, to help
his neck un enormous woolen comfort gardens at Cornelius and does an
me so to live that while I part with
Forest Grove, Ore er and. folding it, put it on the ground extensive business in the sale of many things by the way I lose noth
lnd Phone 50x
for tier to sit on. Then he asked what plants.
ing of the gift of life.— Hamilton
else he could do for her. tier ankle
continued to pnlu her—so she said—and
Mrs. John Buchanan . very W. Mabie.
she would neither try to get home nor pleasantly entertained the mem
H. U D Y A R D
S. A. W ALKEK
try to skate. The consequence was
that he stood on the verge of the ice bers of the Bridge
WALKER & UDYARD
cutting flubdubs and talking to her. Thursday afternoon.
After awhile she took off tier skates refreshments were served and a
and limped home—that is. she limped
till he was hidden by the trees in the good time enjoyed by all,
grounds of her prlsou, then she walked
Rev. Father Buck visited Till
as well as ever.
1st Ave. N., near Main St.
the first of the week and
It was the beginning of the Ice sea-
in one of the famous :
We are prepared to do
good skating. There Is nothing attrac land slides on the P. R. & N. *;♦
the very best of all
tive to a city girl in a raw country
kind of shoe work.
Tuesday the passen
man. though this one was raw only In railroad.
nppeurance, ami. having au original gers from both trains weretrans-
UP-TO DATE MACHINERY
mind aud a pleasant way with him, fered near Timber.
he gradually threw a singular spell
Special attention given
over her. Perhaps it was because he
Joseph Van Dehey and Mrs.
to crippled feet.
was the only mail about. The lake Mary Parr were married in Hills
was crescent shaped, the far horn of
the crescent being hidden by a hill. boro last Thursday afternoon.
Fearing her aunt would interfere, she Both are well known in this city
met the countryman at the farther and vicinity.
They will leave
horn. The first tiling she kuew she
was experiencing a singular sensation for California shortly where Mr.
she had never felt before.
Van Dehey has a position as
Then came sleighing, and the coun drug clerk in a large establish
tryman met her by appointment where
no one in the prison would see with ment.
a sleigh and n pair of horses—be said
There will be Low Mass with
he had obtained leave to exercise them
A. A. KIRKWOOD,
s choir on Christmas
for their good—and the two rode side
by side to the Jingle of hells. So the morning at 7 o’clock, and High
winter passed, and one day she awoke Mass with sermon at 10:30 a. m.
to the fact that the sleigbbells would
Forest Grove, Ore.
soon he replaced by wedding hells and in Forest Grove Catholic church.
she would he given over to a man she High Mass with sermon
Cornelius Catholic Church at 9:00
Ryand by she got to talking spooney
Exeryone is cordially
with the countryman and told him her o’clock.
L. L. Hollinger story. He heave«! a sigh which sound invited.
W . Weitzel
ed like a blacksmith's bellows. That
A party of Royal Neighbors
made her feel more spooney still.
W E 1TZEL & HO LLIN GER They were sleighing at the time, and surprised Mr. Fritz at his home
somehow her ham! collided with one
o f his under the robes. Touch—a good in this city, Monday night by
We are headquarters for
Tinning and Plumbing, Sheet conductor of love-broke her up. He appearing with well filled bas
Metal W ork and Re
begged h«>r to run away with him and kets and the determinatien to
get tnnrrle«!. She hesitated, theu said
she didn't s«»e exactly how she could. have a jolly evening.
He tirg«'d her. am! she told him if he pectations of the callers were
North First Avenue, between Main a m i' would he at the usual rendezvous the fully realized and several most
“ A " Streets; phone 863.
next «lay with the sleigh she would
things you may want for the table. In
meet him and come to a decision. He enjoyable hours passed.
the meantime don't forget that we carry
ivrsuadei! her to leave ber decision in
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Abernethy
a note placed In their "pootofllce” In
a large stock of everything most useful
attended the funeral of Jacob
She cried all that night. All the Kamm, in Portland, Monday.
for Christmas presents.
butterfly had gone out of her under a Mr.Knmn*was a brotherinlaw of
rase of real ¡eve. In the morning she
yf*H»d to t«'mptatlon. 'She r«'solve«l Mrs. Abernethy, and one of the
All kinds of survey
to elope with the countryman. She notable figures in Oregon his
ing and maping.
wrote him to that effei't. conveying
tory. His fame as a steamboat
the note to their exchange letter box
Subdivisions a spec
pilot was wide-spread, and the
dark she went to the rendexvous. The Columbia and its tributaries were
sleigh was not there. She walte«l
H. B. GLAISYER,
to him as an open book. Space (!)
awhile, then went home.
Hoffman & Allen Bld'g
The next day site rtvelvrd a letter forbids a fitting eulogy, but in
front the countryman telling her that the death of Mr. Kamm Oregon
he was her first rejected suitor—one
Forest Grove, Ore.
loses one of its pioneer sons and
whom she had well nigh forgotten and
man of beautiful character and
had not rocogtilxed In his bumble sp
sterling worth. His death will
He had hi* revenge, and she was
be mourned by all who partici
very mad. She returned to the city
and. like a sensible |l;l. ¡parried the pated in the stirring events of
D ir e c to r y c f each C ity , T ow n and
VI illa g e , g iv in g d e s c r ip tiv o s k e tc h o f
e a ch p la ce, lo ca tio n , p o p u la tio n , tele
g r a p h , s h ip p in g a n d b a n k in g p o in t;
also C la ssified D ir e c to r y , com p iled by
bu sin ess a n d p ro fe s sio n .
C O .,
Portland Marble Works
E stablished in 1885
C a r r ie s th e
la r g e s t
sto c k o f
M e m o r ia ls .
264-266, 4th St..
KENNEDY’S GRAPE JUICE
W . F. HARTRAMPH
M A D E
F R O M
T H E
Best Concord Grapes
Pure and Unfermented.
D. A. K E N N E D Y
C O N C O R D R ID G E F R U IT
Our Store will be
Monday & Tuesday
that we may ac-
who cannot come
in during the day.
HOFFMAN & ALLEN
Oregon’s birth and expansion.
and will do all in our power
to assist you to make it merry
Christmas Candies, Nuts,
Oranges and All Good
W e Wish Everybody A