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Thursday, June 9, 1927^ _
St. Helens. Oregon, June 3, 1&21
Sealed proposals, addressed to
the county court of Columbia co on-
ty, Oregon, at St. Helens, Oregon,,
and endorsed “Proposal for doing
the following work in Columbia
county, to-wit: The construction
of a bridge over the Nehalem riv
er in section 13, Tp. 4 N. R. 5 W.
of W.M. in Columbia county, Ore
gon, will be received by said coun-
ty court until 2 o’clock P.M., July
8, 1927, and not thereafter, and
at that t'me will be publicly open.-d
All pioposals must be made up
on blan; forms, to be obtained
from the roadmaster, at his office
in St. Helens, Oregon. Must give
prices proposed, both in writing
and in figures, and must be signed
by the bidder, with his address.
Plans and specifications ire on
Sunday, June 12
2:30 P. M.
The Vernonia Baseball team has been reorgan
ized and will play ball this summer. See the
file in the office of roadmaster,
St Helens, Oregon, and Daly
Journal of Commerce, Portland,
Oregon, and may be examined <n
the office of the county cler«t.
Each bidder shall deposit, with
his bid, a certified check for au
amount of at least five (5) per
cent of his bid, payable to the
county clerk, which shall be for-
feited to the county in case the
award is made to him, and he shall
neglect, fail or refuse, for a per
iod of five days after such awaTd
is made, to enter in
and file the required bond.
The right is reserved to reject
any and all bids.
John Philip, County Judge,
J. N. Miller, Commissioner,
T. B. Mills, Commissioner,
G. G. Hall, Roadmaster,
J. W. Hunt, County Clerk.
On July 2nd. 1927, and up to
the hour of 7:30 o’clock p. m.,
sealed bids will be received for
the transportation of students to
and from Union High School Num-
ber One, of Vernonia, Oregon for
the school year of 1927, 1928, for
the Upper River Bus Line, bid-
ders must name the driver, no
light Truck to be used, truck must
be in first class condition and so
maintained as long as it is used
for the transportation of students.
A certified check made payable to
Mrs. Charles Malmsten, Clerk, for
1 an amount equal to 5 per cent of
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the : mount so bid must be deposit
ed vith the bid, and no bid shall
be considered unless such check is
encl< sed therewith. Should the suc
cessful bidder to whom the con
tract is awarded fail to execute
the s ame within ten days from the
date of notification of such award,
such check shall be forfeited to
Union High School District No. 1,
and the same shall be the property
of the district. All other checks
will be returned to the unsuccess
ful bidders who submitted the
same. Bids shall be sealed and
marked “Bids for up River Bus
Line ’ and addressed toe Mrs. Char
les Malmsten Clerk. The Board re
serves the right to reject any or
Dr.ted and first published, June
Mrs. Charles Malmsten, Clerk.
How good news does spread!
ing at the Jim McMullen home.
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Holmes cal’.- General Gasoline is still the best.
ed on Mrs. Devine Saturday.
Mrs. Devine bought a new sew-
Vernonia Eagle Classifi-
ing machine last week.
ed ads get results.
Mr. and Mrs. McMullen and fam
ily spent Sunday with the Eacus
Casey's Rheumatic Remedy
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. West of Port
land visited over the week end
A BLOOD TONIS <
with his sister, Mrs. Holding re-
Drives out the poison of
Rheumatism, Neuritis, Lum
turned to Portland Monday.
Mrs. Osburn took her little ne
bago, reduces pain and swell
phew to Vernonia for medical at-
ing of joints,
tention one day last week.
Sold on a money
Mrs. Ira Peterson has been sick
back guarantee by the
with the measles also George Hold
VERNONIA DRUG CO.
ing had them last week.
Exclusive agent for Vernonia
Several campers were in the
grove over the week en 1.
Good Room and Board
Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Eastman
and son Bert Lloyd were Sunday
ifternoon visitors at the Burris
Grandpa McMullen has been
quite ill but is slowly improving
Oliver Barris was a business
visitor at Frank Peterson’s home
one day la.‘t week.
VZ. H. Bridgers is on the sick
list this week.
b atal school is closed and our
teacher has returned to her home
in Scappoose for a summer va
The Aaronson folks from Port
land were Sunday guests at the
N. D. Peterson home and Floyd
De<ds returned to their home with
There will be another meeting of
the Natal grange June 12.
Mr. and Mrs. Nuer were visit
ing Mr. and Mrs. Lee Osborne
Noble Dunlap and his mother
were Portland visitors Saturday.
Mrs. Johanna King was down
from Portland visiting with her
parents Mr. and Mrs. A. Johnson.
Miss Beatrice Perry was a Ver
nonia visitor one day last week.
Oliver Burris made a business
trip to Mist one day last week.
Richard Peterson is helping Mr.
Burris with his spring work this
(Too late for last week)
Mrs. Holding called on Mrs. 08-
burn one day last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Reed Holding and
son George made a trip to Clat
skanie and St. Helens Thursday.
Miss Marion McMullen «pent
Thursday night with Miss Bertha
Harry McMullen, Annie, Robert
and Marie and Jimmie McMullen
had the measles last week.
Mrs. Mowes called on her daugh
ter Mrs. Murphy one evening iasc
L. A. Peterson spent Wednesday
evening with John McMullen.
Grover Devine and family have
ret irned to their home from Yon-
col'.a. He reports his father is im
proving very nicely.
School closed here Friday, May
27. It was a rainy day for a pic-
nic and weiner roast but the
grange hall was given over for
the day and the school and parents
and friends joined the children in
a school party. The teacher, Miss
Schooley returned to her home at
Scappoose Sunday, The children
were glad to have a vacation but
sorry to have their teacher leave
the n. Miss Schooley will teach here
again next year.
Hiss Inez Allmon passed her
eighth grade examinations, Annie
an< Marion McMullen, Myrtle Mowe
and Billie Carmical also are now
ready for their eighth grade. Ber
tha Holding passed her sixth grade
examinations and was promoted to
the seventh grade. The lower grade
all did good work and were pro-
moted to higher grade.
Grandpa McMullen is quite sick
at this writing.
Joe Dhorghe spent Sunday with
his friend McTuttle who is board-
With our splendid facilities for handling meals
we are certain you will be especially pleased with
the service we can give you regularly.
Paper Plates, Napkins, Cups, Forks and
Hot or Cold, Drink as You Desire.
The Coolest Hat Ever Made—Shades the
Fenner Radio Shop
We now have our office in our home. Look
for the high antennae poles in the same block as
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