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About Vernonia eagle. (Vernonia, Or.) 1922-1974 | View Entire Issue (May 26, 1927)
Thursday, May 26, 1927,
H. Veal is building a five-room
Roy Clark’s little son Lyle Al
house for Dan Stiner on A street. bert Clark and his mother are
A new gasoline pump has re- here visiting with Mr. and Mrs.
cently been installed at the Thomas J. M. Clark, the baby’s great-grand
parents. They expect to return to
Grants Pass soon.
E. E. Yeo was called to Victoria,
The Willing Workers gave
B. c., : Saturday by the sudden ill- farewell party at the Christian
ness of his father.
church for Mrs. Wooley and Mrs.
L. G. Davis, who are leaving town.
Judge D. B. Reasoner returned
Sunday from a visit of one week Both ladies were presented with
silver salt and pepper shakers.
with his son in Gold Hill.
SPECIAL NOTICE—We wish
Born : To Mr. and Mrs. L. H. inform our many customers
Kellar, May 16, a girl. Her name friends and the public in general
is Mary Elizabeth.
that they will no longer be able
purchase Mother’s bread of any I
Fred Brewer recently bought a
big-six Studebaker from the Gilby kind at Skaggs Safeway store,
j Skaggs now sell exclusively bread
H Buy now—only a few sets of each—Ho more at
these prices when these are sold
3 Piece Cutlery
Paring Knife ..
¡wh'eh he has not seen for twenty- shipped to them from their own
bakery in Portland. You can ob
tain Mother’s bread from all other
The second American Legion stores or from our bakery which
dance in the new Legion home will is directly across the street from
be held Saturday night, with the Skaggs. Vernonia Bakery.—adv.
Good music will be furnished by sai le orchestra as at the first
dance. A large crowd is anticipat
ed by local legionnaires.
R. Space received a scalp wound
in an accident at the mill recently.
ed by Electria Dehydration. No
Mrs. John Ester, who has been
Mr. and Mrs. O. Davidson were cu ting, bleeding, or loss of time. quiet ill, is slowly improving.
New process. Dr. M. M. Mackey,
Portland visitor» Sunday.
Havking Fielberg, who has been
20'J Panama Bldg., Portland, Ore here with his brother Heming for
Mrs. Browning entertained on gon.
424 the past six months, left for his
Tuesday for Mrs. W. Garner.
Margaret, little daughter of Mr. home in Carrada last Wednesday.
Herman Jacobs returned to his
Mr. and Mrs. Wooley are mov- and Mrs. C. L. Anderson, accidently
ing to Idaho this week.
dri nk some vapo-cesoline last Fri- home at Zella, Wash., last Satur
| day and has been very ill in St. day after a stay of
Mrs. Clyde McDonald is home Vincent’s hospital, Portland, but is
from St. Vincent’s hospital.
Stainless steel—A.LL THREE FOR—
Dudley Nickson of Keasey has ,
bought a new Studebaker from the 1
Gilby Motor company.
3 Piece Kitchen Set
Charlotte Covington was brought
home from Portland Sunday much
improved in health.
Large Butcher Knife .
Kitchen Fork ..............
Medium Butcher Knife
The Study club will observe guest
day at the meeting at the home of
Mrs. W. W. Wolff this afiernoon.
The Willing Workers meet with
Mrs. C. C. Dusten June 1 at the ;
2 Pkce Sta«; Horn
Handle Carving Set
J. M. Clark is building a small ,
house across from his residence on
G ilby M otor C o .
PAINT will protect and preserve every part
of a building that is exposed to the weather.
It also will add dollars to its value by improv-
ing its appearance.
Mrs. Margaret Grady is spending
the week in Portland with her
daughter, Mrs. C. L. Anderson.
ALL THREE FOR—
here with his uncle, John Estes. Mr.
Jacobs came to stay but failed to
find a permanent position and de
cided to return to Zella.
Mr. and Mrs. Durnham of Clat-
skanie visited with their da ugh ter
Mrs. Crawford visited at the
home of Mrs. Nannie B. Hall Mon-
Mrs. Rhoda Hall of this place
spent the week end with her niece
Mrs. Alfred Bays of west Vernon
Miss Jennie Schooley of Natal
visited the Estes home Sunday
Mrs. J. Burtraw is at the home
of her brother B. Robbins while
she is taking medical treatment.
Miss Thelma Olsen, who is now
attending the Oregon Agricultural
college, was in Vernonia the "past
week end visiting friends.
Mrs. E. 3. Thompson was re
cently given a new Pontiac coach
by her husband who is salesman
for the Gilby Motor company.
Se 3 Hoffman About It
A farewell party was given for
Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Davis Thursday
night at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
left Portland Sunday evening. He
left for Europe where he will
spend three months with his folks
Miller Mercantile Company
M c M innville
Rei th tiers
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE
cessful boarding house
rooms. Old established business. Can
be kept full all the time. Excellent
location. Will take 4 or 5-room
house as part payment. Selling on
account of ill health. Apply of Mrs.
Webster at 641 First street, Ver
A New Shipment of TAXI
SKlkfS Will Arrive
JUS I ARRIVED
FOR SALE—Two houses, one 4-
room and one 2-room, along rail
road track below Rose ave. in Ver
nonia. Address H. L. Westerman,
Boys and Girls Hats. A Very Good Assortment.
FOR SALE—4-room house. Make
payments like rent. Will accept
a car as part payment. Square
Sizes, Triple A fo Triple E. Priced from $3.50 to $9.
Ladies and Chi ’ren’s Silk Underwear in All Sizes
FOR RENT—Light housekeeping
rooms. Also large, airy bedroom.
New Merchandise at Rei timer’s
the basis of making lasting friendship. And it’»
new friends this store wants to make every day,
and keep them by rendering them every possible
service and selling QUALITY MERCHANDISE.
Mail orders filled same day received.
When you order Groceries from us to be
at your home in time for dinner, you can
forget about them, we see to it that just
what you ordered is there right whes you
want it.—Phone MAin 183 for this satisfac
tory Grocery Service.
PURE BRED white leghorn settlhg
eggs for sale, $1 a setting. Also
3-months-old pedigreed police pups,
$25 each. Lod McDonald, phone
VERNONIA’S PROGRESSIVE STORE
fl^Y! r. AND QUALITY
Right on the Minute
SIX-WEEKS-OLD PIGS for sale,
June 9. Mrs. A. B. Counts. 423
FOR RENT OR SALE—Unfurnish
ed 4-room, modern house, 658
Third street. E. S. Cleveland. 422*
FOR RENT OR SALE—4-room fur
nished house, one block from
Bridge street. E. S. Cleveland. 422*
WANTED —“ Position in private
home or anywhere, for nursing
or taking care of children. Inq.tlre
at Eagle office, or write Mrs. E.
K. Edwards, Vernonia, Ore.
STRAWBERRY PICKERS wanted.
Mothers with children preferred.
Write C. A. Montan, box 334, Bux
Fresh Fruits and Vegetables, Butter and
Eggs at Lowest Prices (AT MILLER’S)
Save Money, Buy Sugar, Flour, Milk Rice, Coffee Tomatoes, Corn —(AT
Priced to Sell
Compare These Prices
Ladies Spring Coats One-half Price.
Mens Blue and Gray Work Shirts
Ladies Silk Crepe Dresses */2 Price.
Mens Heavy Bib Overalls $1.15.
Ladies Spring Hats 33 1-3 % Dis-
Mens 14 oz. Red Wrist Gloves 2
Ladies Strap Pumps and Oxfords
Mens Athletic Union Suits 75c.
Ladies Fiber Silk Hose 50c
Mens Fancy Dress Sox 50c
SHOP AT MILLER S
LOWEST PRICES AT MILLER’S
Mens Hickory Shirts $1.00
Every Day Bargain Day
VERNONIA'S LEADING STORE