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About Vernonia eagle. (Vernonia, Or.) 1922-1974 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 5, 1923)
VERNONIA EAGLE Hood River betting Ready DOLLE MAGAZINE
That city and county, the
American Legion, hotels and
newspapers are preparing to
show the State Editors a big
Issued Every Friday.
time next July at the Annual
Editorial Association Meet, in
$1.50 Per Year.
connection with the Annual Mt.
Entered as second-class matter August' Ho d Climb of the Hood River
4, 1922, at the post office at Ver
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nonia, Oregon, under the A et
the many good laws,
of March 3. 1979.
measures and customs of Oregon
Advertising Rates-25cIs |*r inch, j the state has a few that a”e
single column measure, each we?k. j
rotten, unbusiness like and ex
We collect tor advertising the first I
pensive. One law that takes
of every month.
two much money for the good it
accomplishes, is the printing
PAUL S. ROBINSON.
Editor and Owner- and mailing of the "Voters Pam
phlet Why not distribute this
in a proper way and
High School & Standard Grade school I each year. The Pamphlet costs
I’ay Roll City —Mills. Logging, work the state $50.000. The notice»
Farming —dairying, fruit, vegetables! could be published in every
P. A. & P. Ry. Town growing fast. ! new paper in the whole stat’ for
On Inland Loop Highway between
less than half that amount, and
Portland and Astoria.
the latter, method of exten ing
A Large territory to draw from.
49 miles from Portland. 35 miles from ' the information would be more
Forest Grove, 27 from St. Helens.
effective. This is only $25000
Many opportunities in Vernonia.
a year saved tne tax-payers, but
Best bunting, trapping and fishing in I
why not save it? Its only an-
oth r question for the new Leg
Eagle’s Policy and Program
An Iudustral Vernonia.
A Largt r Post Office.
Larger City Schools.
Ard advocating the
Portland-Astoria Inland High
way via the Nehalem Valley.
Tel II To The Editor
Every newspaper editor is de
sirous of printing all the legiti
mate news of his subscription
Held. That is the object of his
But unffrtunately an editor is
partly human —at least he is
molded in human form. He
doe n’t posses- a dozen pairs of
hands or legs, or eyes, or ears
for the- collection of this vast
fun I of information.
This is w hy he urg s you to
tell him what you kno •»—to keep
h m informed of the doings of
yourself and family, of your
friends, or of th? community in
It is the only way to make a
good paper and is one of the
prime requisites to a good com
munity in which to live and do
Tell it to the e itor. He,11
tell others—if it’t tellable.
The annual meet ng an j elec
tion of officers of the State
Chamber of Commerce is in ses
sion in Portland today. The
State Chamber of Commerce is
the most important organization
for the entire state we have.
More individuals and more town
‘‘Commercial Clubs” should be
long to the State Chamber of
Commerce. We believe the Ver
nonia Chamber of Commerce
should be a member of the State
organization, and we believe
A Record. Last Frinay night
Vernonia listened to Sidney, N.
Y., and heard every note and
every word as plain as if it had
been next door. At 9 o’clock
here the talking and music stop
ped, it being 12 in New York.
Mr. Fenner wrote the General
Electric at Sidney telling them
th..t he and a room full of peo
ple in Vernonia heard every
word. The wireless is more
wonderful every day.
Now is a good time to select your
Boots, Sboev or Slippers for winter
wear, We have shoes for ail kinds
of weather, and at a range of prices
that will also tic your pocketbook.
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JOHN L. FOOTE
I. O. O. F. — Vernonia Lodge No. 24C, •
meets every Tuesday night at 8:00
o’clock, ift Sesseman Hall, opposite I
Depot.— P. O. Mel inge, Noble Grand:
J. W Rose, Secret iry.
Is necessary for a good job of
House Painting. We carry a
large line of the best paints on
New dress materials are here. Pretty
DRESS patterns, that will give good service
bought before tha rail strike offered
an excuse for an advance in whole.
sale prices. Coni«« in before this stock has beeu sold
down to tli9 point where only short lengths remain.
DR. M. D. COLE
For clothes that will stand hard
FOR MEN usage, as well as serviceable clot lies
“dress up” occasions we have
and Boys for
some hing to satisfy every man and
boy in this section, The same holds nood in winter
unuerwi-ar, -lockings, socks, shirts, hats, caps, etc
EDWIN NOSS. M. D.
St. Helena, Oregon.
For a Good, Square Moal
We are Outfitters for the Whole Family
Buj it Here and Bank the Difference
LANE & CO.
“Vernonia Pool Hall”
THE ECONOMY STORE
Nice Clean Bede and the Beat of
We Alm to Pieaae.
A. COREV, Prop., Vernonia, Ore.
Just South of the Bank Bldg.
Confectionery for Ladies
Pool Room in Connection
Candies, Soft Drinks, Ice C-eam,
Coffee, Sandwiches, Pie, etc.
< tenera I Black smithing.
A. E. FENNER
HEN you purchase groceries
you expect to get more for
vour monev than the article you
have in mind. You expect to get
Ouality anb Goo t Service too. Goods
of infer ion quality served to you in
an indifferent way would not hold
An esteemed exchange teds of
a rural editor who started poor
twenty years ago and returned
DR. G. F. VIA
with R fortune of $50,000. This
money he • cquired through
Physician and Surgeon
ceaseless energy, strictest econ
omy. conscientious efforts to
give his advertisers and sub- j
scribers full value, indomitable’
The Oregonian’s New Year perseverance and the will of an
Banks, - Oregon
number was undoubtedly the uncle, whose estate netted $49,-
best effort along this line that
splendid paper ever produced. ; And now that we have opened
Day by Day, in Every way. the the back door to let 1922 make • «SVEienMMMMRMMMBMHBBMM
Oregonian is getting better and it’s exit, come to think about it, ,
C. H. URIE
better, and the New Years pa it wasn’t such a bad year after
per was the best. The colored all, even if a lot of people em
illustrations put the observer ployed a large part of it in
there in person. We went with dwelling on just how bad every
the paper up Mt, Hood, over the thing is anri how we are ’leading
Ready to figure on any job.
various hi^iways, through the Jraightfor the deminition bow-! See me before letting your build
great canneries, along the beau-1 wows, —Hillsboro Independent,
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tifu streams, on the beaches, in
th* ai ; we visit'd countless Good, truthful publicity for
b but'ful h> m s and in large in- the Oregon country was sent
duct, ia! c»*i U rs, mills, and by out over the United States
way? and suburban towns and when last Sunday’s Oregon
country. In fact, an hour with Journal was mailed by many
Ihis New Year edition of the thousands to their eastern ac
Oregonian took us practically quaintances. The Journal was
every place in Oreg m. It was fall of statistics, story and pict-
Fresh Home Made
the best newspaper Oregon ever tures of Portland and the state.
Mince Meat Pies
It was a magnificent year closing
Cakes and Bread.
Every «lay new examples come The day of the professional
to light demonstrating how to lobbi“st is not ‘‘gone forever”.
bacco will shorten life rnd ruin You’ll see them a plenty, strol
Mrs. C. Newman, Prop.
bra n and character. Last week ling around the rotunda and an
Joe Cannon quit smoking. Yes, | noying the members of both
Und? -Joe ‘swore off ” For 75 houses. You can tell ’em from
years Uncle Joe has had a cigar the members by the wise owl-
in his mouth, hut al last, at 86 li«ce expressions they try to wear
years of age. Uncle Joe sees th?
ev l of his ways. Il* he had
Port'and is no bad little town
never used the vile weed, what at that Building activities dur-
a bright man he might have the year just past are amazing.
Total tank clearings for 1922
were <1.600,507,594. It was the
Vernonia is starting the Nes? best year n her history. Bo I !-
12lh and Washington Sts.
Year, as the busiest and fastest ing permits for tt.e year totaled
growiog town in Oregon.
It is our aim to always have
only the best of goods and to give
yon sue'- courteous service that
you will find it a pleasure to shop
And yet we keep our prices
One Block South of Bank
I '< rnonia, ()retíon.
Local and Long Distance
“Prompt, Satlafactory Service”
Place order, at reaidenee, fl ret
door aouth of Hatten Hotel.
The Place that Pleases.
T. R. THROOP
Let us be your Grocers.
We can do any of it,.nd do it right
Contractor and Builder
We’re on Roee Ave.
aero«, from the Depot
Bring u. your work. AU kind« of
pipe fittings and Modern
DOCTORS KAUFFMAN .nd TAYLOR
Physicians and Surgeons
DR. H. KAUFFMAN
Residence I’hone 0283
Susimu & Greenwell
Postoffice Box L
Forest Grovo, Oro.
DI. C. L. TAYLOR
Runkle nee I'hone 8X3
Vernonia Home BaKeiy
Are You Ruptured?
We have had years of experi*
ence in the mechanical treatm«jit
of rupture; also in the tilting of
elastic hose for varicose veins and
abdominal belts for any condition
requiring external support of the
Write or call on no if in need
of any of these devices, or make
appointments at Eagle office.
The Hillsboro Pharmacy
Gall in for Good Work.
You Are Next!
M “• Or<ler ,ro" J
• Beaver Lbr. Co. •
¿ MUI 2 Mike South of Vernonia
BEAVER UBR, CO. £