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THURSDAY, JANUARY 15, 1914.
FOREST GROVE PRESS
getting down, groped for the uilsslug
F orest R ebekah L odgs N o .
H olbrook L odge N o . 30, A.
article. It was dark down there, and
I. O. O. F.—Meets first, third
The Social Hygiene Society has Mrs Marshall was nearsighted. She
j tions first Saturday evening o f and fifth Wednesdays of each
arranged for Parents’ Meetings hunted some time without success.
$ ' each month. All visiting Masons month in I. O. O. F. Hall. Flor
to be held Friday night, January Then Mr Dabney’s gallantry got the
S j welcomed. J. W. Hughes, W, ence Templeton, Noble Grand;
16, at the Central and High better of his discretion, and down he,
Margaret I. Mallory, Secretary.
.* M. ; H. C. Parker, Secretary.
School buildings, Topics of vital too. went under the table to help.
Joint Annual Ceremony And interest to the health of the in
R osewood C amp N o . 3&£>—
dividual and perpetuity o f the room before he proposed that the men '•.’ .W A ? .V . ■ '.• .’ .• .V .V .V .V .V ,
J ames B. M athews , Post No,
Dinner Enjoyed by 100
R. N. o f A. meets every first
(Open to all organizations holding regular meet-
race will be discussed by Drs. return for a |xmy brandy Several of inara
in thia city.)
holies whose heads were not easily
Kauffman and Simone
Heroes and Heroines
third Wednesdays at 1:30 p. m. and third Fridays, at 8. p. m.
' overturned by spirituous beverages de
Bean and Rev. R. E. Dunlap. A clared that they, too, wanted “ anoth
W o m a n ’ s R e l i e f C o r p s N o . in K. o f P. hall. Chas. Knapp, I Mrs. Dora Emmerson Oracle,
Mrs. Marie Patton, Vice-oracle,
second meeting will be held Jan- er ” Suddenly
room door 11. — Meets second and fourth Adjutant; Patrick Cronin, Com
Mrs. W innifred Aldrich,Recorder
The Grand Army of the Republic and
Marsh Hall. All was thrown open, and a merry party lhursdays at 2 p. m. in K . of P. mander.
entered Mrs. Marshall, realizing the hall. Louise Butler, President;
the Women's Relief Corps of this city a llllts ate in vited ,
horror o f the situation of being caught Sophia Smith, Secretary.
assembled in the Knights o f Pythias
under the table with her cavalier, ______________________________ ______
Hall, for their annual dinner and joint
whispered to him;
installation last Thursday.
“ For heaven's sake be still!**
DELPHOS LODGE N o , 36, K, o f
Around the three long tables w. re
Mr. Dabney obeyed orders. What P- Meets every Thursday even-
seated about 100 boys in their blue,
else could he do? The host injured the ing in K . of P . hall. W. C.
their wives and friends, and the affair
liquor and all were standing around ¡Shuts, C. C .; J. S. Buxton, K, of
■was a very happy occasion, the guests
the table ready to drink when those , R . an d S.
telling stories o f war times.
under It heard him say:
By S A M U E L E. BRANT
“ What the deuce became o f Dabney
were given by James Butler and Pat
Mrs Marshall? They didn't leave
W ashington L odge N o . 48, I.
rick Cronin and there was informal
O. 0 . F . —Meets Monday even-
When young Mrs. Marshall came to the dining room with the rest o f us.”
music. W. J. R. Beach was installing
They must have gone out by anotb- | in g o f e a ch week. J. __
officer for the G. A. R. Their officers L., knowing that the start one makes ,
for the ensiing year are: Patrick Cro
‘Drink her down,” said the host, | Secretary,
nin, Commander in Chief; William deul, she made herself agreeable to "aud we'll go and look for them. They [
Ridgley,Senior Vice-Commander; James
must have gone up that stairway. 1
Stephenson, Junion Vice-Commander; the best, was careful that her costumes don’t allow any scattering In my
D iamond A ssembly N o . 27 o f
George Thomas; Quartermaster; John were cut in the latest fushion, audj, house," he added Jocularly.
United Assembly meet in K. P.
The revelers tossed off the brandy Hall, the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays
Baldwin Officer of the Day; W. J. since the dominant circle admitted of
R. Beach, Chaplain; E. Porter, Patriot cavaliers for their prominent members, and ran laughing up the staircase. 1 0 f each month. C. B. Stokes, M.
P e rry S ec
Instructor; H. H. Perry, Post Sur she rather encouraged the attentions Vs soon as the last one had disap- j ^
pea red Mrs. Marshall scrambled out
* ______ ______ *_____
of Huntington Dabney.
It must be admitted that keeping 1 and ran llke a deer t0 au unoccupied
The officers of the Women’s Relief
F orest G rove H omestead N o
“ Yes, I’m sorry, too, that you cannot fill the position, but what
roouh f l o w e d by Mr. Dabney (
Corps are: Pres. Mrs. Butler; Senior, Mr. Dabney up to his duties as her
I need is a TRAINED man— a man who thoroughly understands
tbe •l|PP«r Tben Mrs Marshall ;
ij1 < * P ®
Mrs. Whitney, Junior Vice, Rebecca cavalier was hard work. Uls main ac-
couiplisbment was leading a cotillion, an* d°wn to a piano and began to run la y s in eacn m on th .
H. H. F or-
Tewalt; Secretary. Sophia Smith; aud he was not known to have any over tlle keys
“ No, there’s no other position open— we’ ve hundreds of appli
Thls brought those ter, F r e s ., W. K . C u rtis Sec.
Treasurer Nettie Austin; Chaplain, secondary one. Mrs. Marshall could j whu hunted for them, and all ex
cants now on the list waiting for the little jobs. This position :a!Is
for a TRAINED man. Good day.”
Magie Stephenson; Conductor Emily staud to be flut In a straitjacket cos ! r'aimed:
Anderson; Guard Mary Smith; lstcolor- tume and listen to society ‘gossip. In-
'How did you do It?”
When Mrs. Marshall that night be
That’s it. There’s a big call for the trained man— the
bearer, Mrs. Cornelius; 2nd Colorbearer eluding privute quarrels and the mis
Trusts are busted-—wink your eye
man who can handle the big things— the man who is an
Mrs. McNamer 3rd Colorbearer Anna bap of the last social climber who had fore going to bed told her husband of
Crabtree Jr. 4th Colorbearer Anna fallen from an upper round of the lud the narrow escape she had had he
Trusts can’ t beat Rocky Moun-
looked at her in holy horror.
■Crabtree Sr. Installing Officer, Nettie der to the bottom, but found it tire- I
You can easily receive the training that will put you
'Croat Scott mummy.” be exclaim- tain Tea. Vankoughnet& Reder
some, indeed, to pretend to be flirting '
class of well-paid men. You can’t begin to under
with Huntington Dabney In a solitary [ ed. “ that’s the nearest thing to a catas
stand how quickly the little coupon below will bring you
corner at a function in order to main trophe that ever happened In this fam
success. Already it has helped thousands of men to better
John Stribich Will Build
lain a reputation for being one of those ! ily !”
Notice to Taxpayers
paying positions and more congenial work. It will cost you
John Stribich has bought the lot at ladies to whom husband aud children
Notice is hereby given that the 1913
only a two-cent stamp to learn how it is all done. Just
are a bore. Aud it was the harder for j
the corner of First Avenue South and
tax roll for Washington County, Ore
mark the coupon as directed and mail it today. The Inter
her because she was devoted both to
A Street, through the Good Investment
gon, will open for the collection and
her husband and her children. As for
national Correspondence Schools have a way to help you.’
Co., and will erect an up-to-date wagon Mr Marshall, she told him in the be
During last year over 5,000 students voluntarily re
2, 1914. No rebate will be allowed.
and repair shop as soon as the weather ginning what her designs really
All taxes are due and payable before
better positions and
clears up sufficiently, and John recovers amounted to. but be didn't take sutti
the 1st day of April. 1914. Half pay
NOW FOR MUSHROOMS.
h ig h e r s a la r ie s secured
from his indisposition. It is rumored eient interest iu the matter to remetn
International Correspondence Schools !
USHROOMS may now be found In
through I. C. S. training.
o f April, 1914, but a penalty o f one
that he recently sold his property on her the explanation.
S c r a n to n , P a.
the country, and the city house per cent per month is charged on
Among the other penalties Mrs. Mar
Main Street, where his shop is now
Please explain, without further ob liga tion on my <
wife will find them in the mar remaining half payment to be paid
for the position , trade, o r <
located for $40i>0.
p rofession b efore w hich I have m arked X.
prior to September 1, 1914. Where no
body there was brought in
Into L. society was the sitting In tight
If they are available for your table payment is made before the 1st day of
Electrics I Engineer
creased salaries amounting
slippers for several hours at dinner par you are fortunate, for they may be April, 1914, the tax becomes delinquent,
Left Estate Worth $J 2,000
ties. Her feet were tender, and for used to vary the flavor of other foods and a penalty of one per cent per j
in on e y e a r to over Two
Philip Schneider has been appointed this reason her footwear was made of or made into many dninty dishes alone month is charged from that dale to
M illion D ollars!
W indow Trimming
September 1, 1914. A fter September
executor o f the last will and testament light material, but even silken slippers, or in combination with other foods.
Don’t fill a little job all
1, 1914, a penalty of 10 per cent and
o f Charles Schneider, who died at his made very small, binding the feet for
A n Appetizing Dish.
Concrete Construct’ n
Plumbing, Steam Fitt'g
home near Cornelius, J anuary 6. There hours on a stretch, will at last cause
L .n B -i.lM J French
Baked Mushrooms. — Prepare the year will be charged on all delinquent I
1 G -'m .n
E. B. S appington ,
are seven children to share the estate pain. It was sitting thus at a dinner mushrooms for stewing. Place them taxes.
— - * Service^
r .lc .1 Italian \\ Mine Superintendent
party for an unusually long period that
with his widow, the probable value of
In a baking pan in a moderate oven. County Treasurer and Tax Collector of
The Business of This Place
brought about a mishap to Mrs. Mar
Washington County, Oregon.
■which is $12,000. F. Herring, C. Huls- shall that came very near plunging her Season with salt, pepper, lemon Juice
Is to Raise Salaries
tnan and W. Cooke have been appointed to the foot of the social ladder and and chopped parsley. Cook In the
SI. & No._
oven fifteen minutes, baste with but- t Those having
_ Burbank pota-
NOW Is the time lo mark Bit Coupes
appraisers of the estate.
rendering her fall so unfortunate that ter, arrange on a dish and pour gravy toes for sale phone 261,
Joseph Kingsley has filed his final re she would not have been able to begin
over them. Serve with a sauce made Boos,
port as administrator o f the estate of to climb again
by beating together a cupful of cream.
Mary Hingley, showing that the estate
At the dinner in question Mr. Dab two ounces of butter, a tablespoonful
has been divided among the heirs. The ney was assigned to take Mrs. Mar of chopped parsley, a little cayenne EJ J ] ITITHIQ Q I
I □ CD m n n
I □ □ H-i-'H Q Q
estate has been closed o f record, and shall out. Mr. Marshall having been pepper, salt, a tablespoonful of white □ □ tZUDD f T i f î i â i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i r r i r T i r i r i r i r n . ’ i n i i i n i i i H i i i i i i m p i r i P i r i r ^ r n r T T T i î i i i i i i i i i H m TTTnTTir i r a n n r ï ï T i n m r n r i n H T i u i n ' M ' H M i H i v f T i r
the administrator discharged from
sauce and two tablespoonfuls of lemon
ess. Mrs. Marshall's shoe pinched, and Juice. Put in a saucepan on the fire. □
after enduring a long period of suffer Stir until thick, but do not let boll.
ing she slipped it off
There Will be a Hot Time
who was a restless man. must needs j
There will be a hot time in basket kick his legs about under the table till
ball circles when Newberg High School he sent the slipper off to parts an
When at last the innumera
•comes to this city January 30th for a known
hie courses bud been finished and a
game with the locol lads.
Newberg has one of the very b e s t] pousse cafwput a close upon the feast
teams in ,the state and if they are the diners arose to go Into another part
of the house for a cotillion.
beaten Forest Grove will no doubt get
Feed Mill will run every
Mrs Marshall, who had for some !
the state championship. The game a time been feeling with her toe for the
day in the week.
few days ago in the Quaker City would missing slipper, finding that without
indicate that the towns "are neck and some expedient she must go with the
neck variety—our team won there by I others In a stocking foot, so to speak. !
Wholesale and Retail
one point and they are living on a when the party were rising, kept her
Boys’ S h ir ts ......................... . $ .29
•diet o f raw eggs and beef steak so as sent, talking very hard to her cavalier,
1 lot of Men’s golf and negli-
to do a little better when Ye Brethern pretending to be so wrapt In her sub Bran, Shorts, Rolled Oats, Ground
gee shirts............................... $ .73
ject ns not to notice the movement
quintet comes here.
Oats, Ground Wheat, Cracked
Fine Hall Mark shirts
There will be no game here next Sat Of course the gentleman kept his sent, Wheat, Cracked Corn,
Whole □ □
too. and was all attention. The lady
urday but Jan. 21 St. Johns will send
a t ..........................
watched out of the corner of her eye Wheat and Corn, Middlings and □ □
a boy’s and girl’s team to try for hon
the retiring guests and saw that no several kinds of Hard Wheat □ □
ors with the locals
especial notice was taken of her re
maining behind. As soon as the oth Flour, Sack Twine and Sacks,
were all gone she informed Mr. Hay and Vetch, Seed.
Cartoonist Murphy Married at
Dabney that she had lost her slipper
under the table and had lagged behind
Give us a call when in need.
Slipping quietly away from Portland, to recover it Dabney started to get It
G. A. R. AND WOMEN OF
RELIEF CORPS INSTALL
Social Hygiene Meeting
I . DIRECTORY
ff. F. HARTRAMPF
This stock must move.
Cartoonest J. E. Murphy, of the Ore
Those having Burbank pota
gon Daily Journey, was quietly married
yesterday afternoon at Verboort. The toes for sale phone 261, Ed.
ceremany was performed by Father Boos.
LeMiller in the presence o f P. H. Mc
Henry and L. A. Fernsworth, news
paper men and the Misse Mary Cap- j
poen and Pauline Hermens o f Verboort
The bride is Miss Tillie * atherine Crane
o f Portland, recently of Selma, Calif.
•nd Phone 50x
Forest Grove, Ore
TALK TO McCREADY
$1.75 value now .
GINGHAM— 15c value now
Revival Meeting at the Free
Methodist Church—Rev. Wilbur
N. Coffee district elder will
commencing January 25. Rev.
Coffee is an interesting speaker
and a strong clear teacher of
Bible truths. All are invited to
attend these meetings.
Cow Causes S u it-In the suit
o f Jackson vs. McIntyre,
Judge Beach’s court here yester
day, o /e r the sale o f a cow,
Jackson received judgment.
W e have bought the Schramel & Davies stock of
New goods on the way
Children’s 25c values, now
Ladies’ 35c silk,
$ .12 1-2
Lumber, Paper, R oofing and Building Material and
offer the entire lot at less than the cost of making it,
to say nothing of freight.
Many other special Bargains
C om e and see for yourself.
Yours for business
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PURDY’S for Good Good¡
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