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About Vernonia eagle. (Vernonia, Or.) 1922-1974 | View Entire Issue (May 19, 1927)
Thursday, May_19, 1927.
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were only of the kind that any
driver could make for himself,”
said R. Hornbeck, manager of the
Gilby Motor company, the local
dealer. “Their total cost was $48.28
and the labor bill for replacing
them $26.75, or $75.03 over all.
The car averaged 34.09 miles to
the gallon of gasoline and was
driven at an average speed of 25.19
miles an hour. This means tl.at
when a man buys a car today he
should get ten years’ normal use
out of it, that the industry is
'atout ly last summer’s dry spell U wen Moore have the romantic I
Rajn Soaked Roads
a 1 the cold snap of last winter. leads in this Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
Impede Motoris.s With
considerable peach blight pre picture, while Marc MacDermott,
From page 1
sent the need for spraying with Gertrude Astor, Rockliff Fellowek, |
we may stay here until the mad berdeaux 4-4-50 before fall rains Douglas Gilmore and others are I
bible THOUGHT AND PRAYER
start is apparent. This will avert featured.
If parents util have their children meme-
The road through Iowa . W.13 rtn-
repetition of the damage caused last
“The Rambling Ranger” is . the rire a Bible ¡electton each weelt. It will piuM
erally good with more or • leas p:.v-
ti.le of Jack Hoxie's next starring a priceless heritage to them in after years.
ing from Albert Lea, 1 Minn., , to
As soon as gooseberries are har vehicle to play at this theatre Mon
MERCY ASSURED:— He that
Sioux City, la., and we were for vested the bushs are sprayed with
tunate in reaching pavement before berdeaux 4-4-50 to preVent leaf day. As the title implies it is one of covereth his sins shall not prosper;
the rain fell. Southern Iowa has spot or anthracnose, says H. P. Hoxie’s fastest, fighting-est red hut whoso confesseth and forsaketh
nothing but dirt roads, not even Bs.rss, Oregon experiment station blood-est, whirlwind-est and dush- them shall have mercy. Proverbs
gravelled, and when it rains they pathologist.
are alomst impassable, There are
Seldom' does a photoplay receive
PRAYER:—Our loving Father,
no good roads west of Des Moines
such an enthusiastic send-off as we thank Thee that in Christ Jesus
Arrested for Liquor Po»»e»»lon.
leading to Omaha and in bad wea
Chas. Staples was arrested by that which was accorded Johnny our Lord, when we confess our sins
ther travelers from the east have Marshals Kelly and Hutchinson af Hines’ latest First National picture, Thou art faithful and just to for
to go north through Sioux City, ter a raid on his room at 749 “All Aboard,” which comes to the give us our sins, and to cleanse us
then south through Nebraska to Bridge
Saturday. . They
_ , Maje»tic theatre Tuesday and Wed- from all unrighteousness.
_ As soon as the comedy
Omaha or around by Kansas City. found a 15-gallon can of beer, be- i----
How were the wise men of the East
We crossed the Missouri river sides two bottles conaining moon ■ r - ichcd its completion the try-out
directed to the birthplace of
at Sioux City, and found the shine.
The judge fined him
stream over its banks like all the and 10 days in jail. His jail term “‘-wiewed in various outlying thea-
Answer, read—Psalm 51:1, 3.
rivers in the middle west. There was suspended on condition that tl<s 'in Hollywood, where it receiv-
had been no rain west of the river he leave town.
A total of 418,666,000 board
r d the stan.p of approval from dif-
for several days, so we had good
ferent mot'on picture critics who feet of timber was cut from the
roads to Fremont, Nebr., turning
viewed the comedy amid the re 22 national forests of Oregon and
off the Omaha road about 60 miles
peated gales of laughter that swept Washington in 1926. Of this, 236,-
from that city. It was a dirt road,
i the theatre
I 661,000 board feet was cut in
but good because dry. The dirt
Wearing French slippers to “give Oregon and 182,005,000 board feet
roads in this country are mostly
partially wrecked, and a mechani | her feet a rest,” was the expedient
good when it doesn’t rain.
Agriculture would find in sil
Taking the Lincoln highway at cally inclined property man ac- of her Cosmopolitian vehicle, “The viculture a strong ally, providing
Fremont we had pavement for a quired a good conveyance all be I lied Mill,” which comes Thursday markets for farm produce and for
short distance, then graveled road cause of a scene in “Take lt From ^:id Friday to the Majestic theatre. surplus labor, according to the Pres
part of the way, with stretches of j Me,” the Universal-Jewel starring, I She had to wear heavy Dutch wood ident’s American Forest Week pro
Reginald Denny, scheduled as the
rough dirt road, which wopld be I
well* ad I ^ea^ure attraction at the Majgstic en shoes in the picture, a story
bad when wet. Spring is Wc. «.«- ■ , ,
We cut five million trees a
i of Holland adapted from the fam
vanced along the route, with trees ' ca re a ur ay-
ous stage play. Between scenes she year to maintain telegraph and
leaving out and fruit trees in | About two-hundred of the sheiks : wore her own.
bloom. Much of the low land, how- | and shebas that adorn the taxi
“Every citizen whose thoughtless
ever, is still too wet to plow. At danie hall in Harry Millarde’s pro- 1 Timber cut from the national act may endanger the woods has
Kearney where we stopped for the hibition of “The Taxi Dancer,” com- forests of Oregon and Washington the obligation of respecting the for
night, it rained hard, and made the ing to the Majestic theatre on Sun- amounted to only 3.4 per cent of est and guarding it from its worst
graveled roads a little slippery. We ¡day, were hired at a danre hall of the total cut in the two states in enemy, fire,” says President Coo
go along pretty well until we reach-' that type in Los Angeles in order 1926. The 1925 percentage was 3.6 lidge.
ed North Platte, where We chang- to secure the realism demanded and per cent, while
Railroads use about 130 million
ed from Central to Mountain time, the director. Joan Crawford and 2.9 per cent.
new wood ties every year.
From there to Sidney, a distance of i
135 miles, we had hard going. Ev-1
ery few miles we would have a
good graveled road and then wallow
through a long stretch of mud.
Quite a few cars slid off into the
ditch, but we managed to get
through. We passed two Oregon
cars and two from Washington, the
frist we have seen since
the west coast.
G ilby M otor C o
CHEVROLET, STU DE
THE CIRCUIT COURT
THE STATE OF OREGON
FOR THE COUNTY OF
JESSIE EDITH CAUGHRON,
To Fred Caughron, the above
In the name of the State of Ore
gon: You are hereby required to
appear and answer the complaint
filed against you in the above en-
titled suit on or before Saturday
the 2nd day of July, 1927, said
date being more than six weeks
after the date of the first publi
cation of his summons herein; and
if you fail to appear and answer
or otherwise plead to plaintiff’s
said complaint, for want thereof
the plaintiff will apply to the
court for the relief prayed for in
her complaint, to-wit, for a decree
forever dissolving the bonds of
matrimony now existing between
plaintiff and defendant; requiring
defendant to pay all necessary suit
money and costs in this proceed-
ing ,and for such other and further
relief as to the Court may seem
equitable and proper:
This summons is served upon you
by publication for Bix consecutive
weeks in The Vernonia Eagle, in
pursuance of an order of Honorable
J. A. Eakin, Judge of the Court
for Columbia County, Oregon, made
and entered on the 18th day of May,
Date of first publication Thurs
day, May 19, 1927. Date of last
publication Thursday, June 30, 1927.
DILLARD & DILLARD, Attorneys
Residence and Post office ad
dress, St. Helens, Oregon.
No little damage to peach trees
was caused last winter by die-back
or cytospora, says H. P. Barss, Ore
gon experiment station pathologist.
This condition was probably brought
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