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Thursday, May 19, 1927,
soul-building centers, every one
to estimate the amount. A hot, moist June be
j will make Mother Earth catch up com What an infinite satisfaction
$2 per year in Advance pletely with all her crops on millions of there is within us when we know
Issued every Thursday
that we radiate love and soul-build
One may prefer cold breeze like those ing powers!
Entered as Second Class Matter, August 4, 1922 at the
Post Office at Vernonia, Oregon, under the
of a mountain top, but they would mean How sweet the thought that if
Act of March 3, 1879
can but lift a single soul from
a short corn harvest and a slim yield of we
out the mire of hate or pain we
potatoes. Let June be as comfortable as have not lived in vain!
MARK E. MOE, Editor
a winter resort, and down comes the quan We are all of us soul-building
tity of nearly everything which comes from centers to some one.
No man is so occured by fate,
THE CLOSE OF SCHOOL
one so utterly desolate that
These hot nights are translating them no
he has not at least one satilite, at
When you were a school-boy, or school selves inlo millions of extra bushels of least one person to whom he is
girl, a red letter day of the year was wheat, corn and oats. A sunny June yields as a sun; and as each satilite is
when school wag dismissed for the sum a bigger berry crop and hence a more as a sun to some other satilite, the
mer vacation. It mattered not if you were plentiful supply of jellies, jaas and other process of soul-building goes on
The influence of the
one of the ones who like to go to school. things one would be unable to get if nights adinfinitum.
soul-builder is never lost,
There are such girls and an occasional were cold iyid mornings frosty.
There is a calm comes over the
boy of the same kind. The attitude of the
spirit when a beautiful soul dwells
pupils at the closing of the school year LUMBE R MARKET WILL IMPROVE within.
Love becomes its outward and
will not be misunderstood by those who
have not forgotten their own feelings un The recent and still continuous flood visible expression, and all life is
because of it. All life takes
der similar circumstances. There is eager lisaster of the Mississippi river region is richer
on new color as we project love
ness to lay aside books and pencils and o be deplored most sincerely, but the into it.
rest from the routine which has been the floods that have forced the desertion of There are so many shadowed
order for ten months.
homes and most of tne small shacks and corners where the sunshine of love
The suggestion which is sometimes light structures that were in use.
there be in every corner
made that the school year should be con It will be necessary that many of these that Souls
tinuous and that the summer vacation, if be replaced as soon as the waters recede, Love is the sunshine of life.
granted at all, should be short, gets mighty Hardwood mills has been washed away, Love is the soul-building power.
little indorsement from those whom it .hus creating a shortage in the hardwood Soul-buil<jing centers are links in
would affect chiefly. Even the teachers market. This will mean a strong demand the chain of eternal life.
Besides folks, God so loved the
we imagine would not wish to surrender for western lumber in the near future, and world
that He gave His only begot
the weeks relaxation though it might mean ,ve should feel the result in Vernonia in ten Son.
a little more pay.
she increased payroll, whirh wil lhave a What great love!
The average boy in the grades regards favorable effect on business.
school as a species of punishment inflicted
Those who have pessimistic views as to Bees can Farm
on him because he cannot help himself. It business conditions for this summer very movable combs, says H. A. Scullen,
is the exception for the boy to hold it likely be pleasantly surprised to note the bee specialist of the Oregon ex
needful to do more than will “get him by.’ changes here in the near future.
periment station. It is both un
This may not be the ideal boy, but it is
profitable and unlawful to keep
bees in a hive or box where the
somewhere near the description of the nor
Rev. O. L. Curtis of the local Christian , combs are immovable. The best
mal boy. When the boy lands in the high church
especial praise for the in time for transferring them is dur
school ambition may burgeon, but the teresting deserves
ser ing spring honey flow.
small boy who is too studious is likely tc mon he delivered to the baccalaureate
of the Shelling off of peach buds is
be regarded as catering to the prize of 1927 graduating class of students
not due to a fungus thinks H. P.
being the teacher’s pet and that in the school Sunday night. Much study and high
Barss, Oregon experiment station
This trouble is probab
average estimate is nothing but a disgrace
paration was necessary for the vast a- ly a result of last sunmer’s dry
It is well that parents and school auth mount
of wisdom and constructive advice spell which resulted in a lack of
orities have views somewhat at variance which he
disseminated. It would be worth vitality.
with the pupils, else school rooms would while to have
the sermon in printed form, Scheduled and darkened nests
not be filled as they are. Were it available for study
preferred by hens, making egg
young men are
not so there would be longer vacations and ind young women. If for one those
eating habits less common.
shorter school terms. It happens that sc ilass who heard the sermon is benefitted Injured and frightened hens some
times lay soft shelled eggs.
long as children are in the grades, the by it, then it is extremely worth white.
A decided improvement in the
parents know what is best for them. When
i texture of eggshells is observed
the children get into college the situation
Sympathy for the Mississippi flood suf when hens are turned out in the
may be reversed and the children know
reminds us to thank God for our exercising yard after a long con
what is best for parents. At least there is
states the experiment sta
this great disaster that has be finement,
some practice on that theory.
fallen the nation bring about a never- Pullets taken from free range
policy of reforestation that will and confined in laying houses often
forever prevent a recurrence of the dam lay thin-shelled eggs within a short
Don’t growl at the heat. It is earning aging effect of the powerful devastation time.
Granulated bone is a good
so much monev every minute it is difficult of loosed Waters.
eral food for laying fowls.
farms where poultry keep
The statement of Federal Prohibitionist ing For is the
major business at least
Newel to the council Monday that it is 10 acres of land is necessary
necessary for the complaining witness to successful operation, says the
sample the stuff, should not be taken too tension service.
Concrete brooder-house yards
seriously by City Marshal Kelly in secur used
in Oregon to overcome
ing evidence in liquor cat ?s.
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So live that you can get sick and be
delirious without later worrying over what
What the average woman wants is a
strong, inflexible man who can be wrap
ped around her finger.
Many a checkered career ends in a strip
Most advice seldom gets any further in
than the eardrum.
Thin shelled eggs do not hatch
well and do not stand shipping.
Much can be done by using only
heavy shelled eggs for hatching,
Shell is always kept before the
fowls to enable them to produce
Overfat hens have a tendency to
lay soft shelled eggs, says the ex-
Eggs saved for latching are
kept in a cool place of about 500
F, They are not saved longer than
10 to 14 days.
The profit producing period of
the laying hen is usually two years.
Hens are sold at the end of their
second laying season, before molt
Sodium-fluoride is an effective
lice powder. Fowls are held by their
legs while the powder is rubbed
well into the feathers.
Chickens need a dry, well venti
lated, draft-free house to give best
A good poultry house is located
on high or sloping ground, with
dry, well drained soil.
Open-front houses are desirable
in western Oregon, where the win
ters are not very cold.
Cement floors in poultry houses
are sanitary and easy to clean.
They last long and are rat-proof.
A good layer of straw is kept on
a cement floor.
From 8 to 10 inches of roosting
space is allowed to each fowl in
Oregon. All roosts are of the same
height so that fowls do not crowd
and fight for the highest roost.
One nest for every six fowls
is recommended for best results.
A good nest is at least 15 inches
Lots of lips just made to kiss are made
over again just after.
Burning your bridges behind you isn’t
so bad if you can swim.
More About Love
The soul is the flower of the
(By Leea Enos»
• body and our acts are the visible
I et us quit quarreling and "knock manifestation of the spiritual of
ing” and try loving one another! the soul.
This is what some writer said
As we give the soul the elements
about love. The name is not signed upon which it would thrive so will
to this copy, which I copied some it bud and blossom, throwing out
years ago, but it is so good I w»sh an exquisite fragrance.
every one in Vernonia to read it.
Life is a barren waste where
”Ix>ve is the sunshine of life. there are not beautiful souls radi
Love is to the heart and soul what ating those qualities which enrich
sunshine is to the body.
the lives of those about them.
If we would attain to breadth
They are the generative forces
of vision and its consequent ac . that keep life sweet.
tion. we must place ourselves m
From out the crowd in our daily
an ai moaphere conductive to such j lives boom faces that hold us con-
I firming anew our affirmation that
In an atmosphere of hate and the type of men and women in
repulsion the heart and soul shrivel which we believe do live, even un
and die just as plants do from the der the most adverse conditions,
sometimes, and are silent witnesses
to beautiful lives within.
If we but realized it, our faces
are letters of credit, attesting to
our soul life.
Strong faces there be among
men, with quiet, even voice», that
bespeak resourceful souls within.
Calm faces there be among wom
en. madonnas among their kind,
making us feel the power of their
These men and women are the
soul building centers of their com
One can come and bask in the
sunshine of their presence for but
a single hour and go away renew -
ed in the strength for days to
What a burden is upon us to
W. O. W. Vernonia camp No. 455
meets every Monday night at seven
thirty at the Grange Hall. Visiting
A. F. KOSTER C. C.
C. C. DUSTEN CLERK.
Vernonia Lodge, No. 184 A.
F. & A. M., meets at Grange
Hall every Second and
Fourth Thursday night».
K. A. McNeill, Secretary.
I. O. O. F.- V eknonia L o I'GB, N o . 246,
meets every Tuesday night at 8:00
o’clock, in Grange Hall
O. E. Enstrum, N.G.
G. B. Smith, Sec’t’y.
AMERICAN LEGION AUXILIARY
Meets first and third Mon
days of each month at
the Legion Hall.
H. E. McGraw, President
Mrs. Earl Washburn, Secretary.
119, , American Le-
gion. Meets second
and fourth Tues-
H. E. Me-
Graw, , Commander.
cation first and
All visiting sister»
and brothers wel
Bessie Tapp, W. M.
Leona McGraw, Secretary.
When you »top
at the receiv-
ing window of
this bank and
pass in a part
of your earn
ings, the a-
mount is cred
ited to your ac-
to earn money
for you from
the day you
place it in our
The Vernonia Grange meets on tb
second Saturday of every month a
7:30 P. M. Any members of th
Grange living in or near Vernenia
or visiting in the community, ar
cordially invited to attend.
Mrs. Minnie Malmsten, Secretary
REBECCA LODGE No. 243, I.O.O.F
Meets every second and Fourth
Thursdays in Grange Hall—Vernania
Visitors always welcome
Mrs. Edna Kilby, N. G.
MRS. IRENE SPENCER. Sec’y
R. I. HALL, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
Office Phone 891—Residence 284
J. MASON DILLARD
to Carkin Cleaning Warks
Here Every Wednesday
DR. ELLA WIGHT
DR. C. J. WIGHT
Rheumatism, Neuritis, Stomach,
Liver and Intestinal Troubles
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The world is your oyster. Don’t hurt
yourself opening it.
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