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About Cloverdale courier. (Cloverdale, Tillamook County, Or.) 190?-19?? | View Entire Issue (June 11, 1915)
CLO VERD ALE, T IL L A M O O K COUNTY. OREGON. JUNE 11, 1915
want to keep Hazel Kendal waiting
Just uow Hazel was confined to her
rooms with a badly sprained ankle,
the result of an automobile accident
When Rose entered Hazel's boudoir,
wearing her shabby little blue serge
Several of our customers are people we do not know bv sight
suit and blue velvet toque. Hazel look
ed up from her nest o f embroidered
though we have done business by mail with them for years.
“ Oh. good afternoon.
believe we have given them satisfactory h a n k i n g service and can
Rose!” she called playfully. “ Do come
How She Met Her Prince
give you the same satisfaction.
and drink a cup of tea with me and
talk! 1 want to growl at some one
Mail us Your next Chec?< or Checks
Do you mind?"
“ Not a bit,” laughed Rose, drawing
Tt saves \ou time, and T I ME IS MONEY, especi al ly at this season
a chair to the tire and sitting down
By CLARISSA MACKiE
“ You are such a gentle bear. Miss i (,f the year.
No need to come to the hank in person.
“ Appearances are deceitful.
S E C U R IT Y A N D S E R V IC E ou r M otto
Rose Lathrop addressed the last en so fierce and unreasonable.
velope. slipped Its Inclosure Inside, know tonight Is the night of Mrs. Car
sealed and stamped it and yawned ter Phllly’s bal masque.
derella Rose. I want to go!" Hazel
It was 5 o’clock of a March after smiled, but her eyes were full of re
noon. and the Keudals’ library looked bellious tears
“ I am so sorry,” said Rose, putting
like a casket o f glowing jewels.
say good by, blit It Is too late now two young men dressed as Prince
down her teacup “ 1 wish there was
To be Mrs. Kendal’s private secre
And. oh. Rose. It Is all my fault, aud Charming. One was short and dark,
something a poor Cinderella could do
1 don’t blame him a bit! Iiut if 1 could the other tull and fair, hut their fea
tary had one disadvantage—Mrs. Jere
to help you.”
get a message to him tonight he would tures were concealed
miah Kendal paid such high wages to
“ There Is." said Hazel, blinking the
her chef and her chauffeur, her butler tears away and biting into a pink come before midnight"
J list then the tall prluce came up to
“ Tell me what to do. Miss Kendal,
and her French maid that she econ frosted cake
and 1 shall be happy to do the best 1
omized on the salary of her secretary.
“ Oh. tell me: I shall be so happy if
“ Ah. Cinderella, you must have saved
said Rose geutly.
So Rose Lathrop, who should have re I can. ’ said Rose, remembering all the
dance for the prince!’’ he said.
Hazel threw her arms about the blue
ceived at the least $20 a week, accepted pleasures Hazel had put in her way
"There are two princes." retorted
serge shoulders aud kissed the fa ir ,
$10 and made the best o f it.
" I ’ll tell y o u —listen.” said Hazel,
“ Some day,” dreamed Ross in the li drawing the little secretary dose be face under the little hat.
“ But only one Prince Charming.” he
brary, **I shall write a book, uni then side her. "Tonight Is Mrs. Cnrter Phil- j “ You ure a darling. Cinderella.” she laughed and whirled her away In au
—then I shall go back to mother and ly’s bal masque. I ant all ready to go. cried, and then went on rapidly: “ My old fashioned waltz
costume hangs In the wardrobe yon
and now 1 cannot. But someltody will
“ Uow did you guess that 1 couldn’t
der. 1 wns going as Cinderella, with
There was a tap at tho door, and a be there who Is going away. I want
the modem dances?" she asked
my hair in curls and such picturesque
trim little maid entered.
to get a message to him before he sails
rags and tatters. Rose!”
“Miss Lathrop, Miss Hazel says tomorrow
Will you take it. Cinderel
“ My mother doesn’t approve of ’em."
She gave Rose many other Instruc
will yon please come and see her be la ?”
said aud then hastened to cover his
tions and finally sent her home In n
fore yon go home?”
“ Ilow «-an 1?" asked Rose blankly.
taxicab, with a great bundle of cloth blunder by remarks about their com
"Tell her. Celeste, that 1 will be
“ Wear tny dress
We are the same
there in ten minutes.”
size. Deliver my message to him. I ing
Rose was remembering something
“ I shall be terribly frightened.” whis
She hurried a little, for she did not thought perhaps be would come and
pered Rose ere she went, but added, Hazel had told her nlsmt Mrs. Carter
“ 1 shall send your Prince Charming Phllly’s sou. who was home ou leave.
He was a lieutenant In tho army, sta
to you. Miss Kendal.”
tioned in the southwest.
Rose kissed her hand aud vanished.
“ It must l»e Lieutenant Pbllly," sho
Three hours Inter she stood before
her little mirror vainly trylug to view thought with an Inexplicable throb of
relief that this was not Hazel’s Archiu
her entire form.
G LO VER D U LE. OREGON
Hazel Kendal's Idea of Cinderella’s Brooke.
It was n wonderful dance, and when
rags was. Indeed, amusing.
Rags and tatters, but picturesque It was over he begged for another lut-
ones, o f rose and gray china silk, with er on. and Rose was left to dance with
smoke colored silk stockings and slip the other men who crowded around.
All at once, tu an Inturvui, the other
Rose slipped on the gray silk mask prim e stood bow tug before her
and envelojied herself In one o f Hazel
“ Will you dnme with me. Cinderel
Kendal’s evening cloaks
la?” he asked, and when they were
The taxicab engaged for the evening gliding around lie whhqiered tensely:
“ Is It you. Hazel?" aud then Rose
waited at the curb In front of the
knew that he was Archie Brooke. “ You
shabby boarding house
Rose leaned hack on the soft cush said you were going us Cinderella." he
Ions and wns whirled uptown to Mrs added in an unhappy tone.
"Come Into the conservatory. Mr.
Carter Phllly’s mansion
She laughed as she thought of the Brooke.” said Rose, and when they
letter she would write to her parents. were there she sli|»ped llazet’s note
If they could only see her now In all into his hand.
"Hazel sent you this; she Is sorry,"
her ragged splendor!
snId, and he tore open the missive.
Later, up in Mrs Carter Phllly’s
“ I must go now—before It grows any
Open an account with this Bank and keep your money in
later!” he exclaimed. “ Will you ex
at going down among so many strnn
me. Miss Cinderella?“ Aud he
your own locality.
gers. but tlie crowd of girls and worn
on in [deftires«|ue costumes accepted
Rose stood by tbe fountain watching
her ns one of their own «et and play
fnlly tried to guess her identity, and the durting goldfishes In tho basin.
She was wishing that other Prime
presently she was In the hrtlllatitl)
was there—the sound of bis
While gnyly attired figures came and deep voice thrilled her yet.
She looked up urn! he was there, his
E. L. McCABE, Cashier.
went Rose’s eyes were on the alert for
one who might be Archie Brooke.
I C ontinued on last page)
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