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Entered at Vernonia, Oregon,
Postoffioe as Second-Class Matter.
Kills Two Men
Spar Pole at East Side Log
ging Camp Causes Accident
Auxiliary To Sponsor
Canned Health Shower
73 Gows in County
Pioduced Over 40
been received from the Auxiliary
flood relief chairman in Mississippi,
the local American Legion Aux
Pounds Butter Fat
iliary will sponsor a “flood relief
shower” here Saturday.
Boxes will be placed at the stores
of Miller Merchantile company,
Skaggs-Safeway and the Nehalem
Market to receive donations of can
ned goods. Canned milk and to-
matoes are suggested as being the
most appropriate vegetables at
this time. Clothing will also be
Vol. 6, No. 7
H. Culbertson Killed
Near Mist Tuesday
Harry Culbertson, 52, was in
stantly killed in the mountains near
Mist about 4:30 p.m. Tuesday
when struck by a falling snag from
a tree which had just been felled,
hitting him on the head.
The body was brought to the
Brown undertaking parlors and lat-
er in the evening taken to Forest
Grove, where burial will take place
Sunday. He is survived by his
wife, Carey Culbertson.
Decido on Road
Local Men to Attend Meeting
The Vernonia Parent-Teacher as
A total of
„ 643 cows were
during the month of August in sociation held their annual recep
the Columbia Cow Testing associa tion to the school teachers of Ver-
tion, according to the report of L. nonia in the high school auditor-
J. Bartholomy, the tester. Their av ium Friday evening, which was at-
erage production was 686 pounds of tended by more than 60 persons
milk and 28.05 pounds of fat. A who were entertained during the
total of 73 cows produced more evening by musical selections and Mrs. Shinn Elected
than 40 pounds of fat for the readings.
President of Library
Dead and injured Brought to Ver-
Since Mrs. Franklin Rogers,
Board in Vernonia State Highway Commission Will
For herds of less than 10 cows, president of the association, was
Hear Evidence on Feasibility
Marshal Catches Runaway
nonia. Where Second Man
Mrs. Frank Shinn was elected
Of Clatsop Beach Road
Boys With Stolen Ford Fritz Anliker, of Goble, was first unexpectedly called out of town, president
Died After 2% Hours
of the Vernonia library
with an average production I of Mrs. E. A. Green, vice president,
teachers and parents,
number of local business men
906 pounds of milk and I 33.85
A boom that fell when a spar
ing, resigned at a special meeting and farmers plan to attend the
pole broke in the East Side log- land, 15; and Norman Douglas. 12, pounds of fat for 4 registered Hol- The program was as follows :
Community singing, led by Mrs. in the city hall Tuesday of last meeting of the state highway com
ging camp Wednesday of last week Tuesday evening by Marshal Kelly, steins. E. J. Brocks, of Corneliuq,
mission in the court house at Port
was second with an average pro Frank Shinn.
resulted fatally to two men that
Mrs. E. A. Green was apointed land Tuesday afternoon when they
were struck by the falling timber. who had previously received word duction of 716 pounds of milk and
to take the place of Mrs. Shinn' will hear the evidence in the pro
A. V. Evans and Edward Humble that the boys had run away from 33.6 .pounds of fat for 4 grade Nellie Green.
on the committee that chooses the posed project to have a state high
were the men struck by the boom, home. They had a stolen Ford Jerseys. J. L. W right of Marsh
in their possession, it was said, land, was third with an average
books for the library. It is said way built from Portland to the
Evans dying instantly.
and other articles.
that as soon as Principals J. B. Clatsop beaches by way of Ver
production of 767 pounds of milk
Upon instructions from his sister,
The boys confessed to Kelly that and 33.19 pounds of fat for 9
Wjlkerson and O. A. Anderson of nonia, thus establishing a route of
Mrs. Wm. De Ford of
thev had been to Seaside and had I gra(je Coernseys.
alubes il.e.uU Spcucer and La the loco’ rcbnols turn In n l!«t of
Evans was bui,eu in the Vvincnia stolen from service stations and
new boqks that would be benefic distance from Portland to the coast.
For herds of lft to 20 cows, W. V elle Gosa.
cemetery Satiyday at 3 p.m. Fun stores along the highway. They
Secretary Lester Sheeley of the
eral services were held in the were turned over to the juvenile S. Copeland, of Sauvies Island, was
Reading, “Hard Luck,” “Ma and ial to the schools, they will be
ordered. These will be catalogued Chamber of Commerce has been
Brown chapel, with Rev. G. W. judge at St. Helens yesterday first with an average production of the Auto,” Miss Ruth Holaday.
896 pounds of milk and 33.19
Plumer of the Evangelical church morning.
Piano solo,. “Tis Spring,” “The according to the system prescribed busy the last few days interesting
bv the state library.
a number of folk in the district
pounds of fat for 20 grade Hol- Rosary,” by Miss Daisy Brown.
that would be affected by the road
Violin solo, “Nocturne,” Chop
The body of Edward Humble was Prizes Are Awarded For
in attending this meeting. He
second with an average production in; “Salut D’Amour,” Egar, by Portland Lodge Confers
shipped to Baker, Oregon, for bur
Best Lawns and Gardens of 87? pounds of milk and 33.02 Mrs. Shinn.
Courtesy Degree Here states that the bigger representa
ial beside his mother. He is sur
tion present, the more weight the
As an incentive to maintain a pounds of fat for 17 grade Hol-
vived by his wife, Pearl Humble,
All the teachers were present
The degree team of Portland
good appearance in the residential steins. T, P. Johnson, of Birken- except L. F. Austin, who is ill in Mount Hood Lodge 157 conferred project will have with the com-
his father, and three sisters
section of the Oregon-American feld, was third with an average a Portland hospital. Mrs. M. D. a courtesy degree on Ralph Meyer mission.
O. W. Taylor of Gearhart states
To Establish Analytical
mill property, prizes were awarded production of 528 pounds of milk Cole, a former teacher, who has at the local temple Saturday even
and 29173 pounds of fat for 11 been substituting for Mr. Austin
that many will be present from
Drug Laboratory at O.A.C. this year, as in previous years, for grade
the best appearing lawns and
this week, was one of the guests. visiting lodge has put on the work Seaside and Gearhart, and that
O.A.C. Corvallis, Sept. 20. Bet gardens.
For herds of more than 20 cows
Cake and coffee were served, in this manner and the local lodge many from Portland who have sign-
ter service to the druggists of the
Geo. A. Johnson, of Sauvies Island, cafeteria style, for refreshments. meeting was largely attended both cd the petitions that have been
state and protection of the physi
circulated will be present at the
was first with an average pro
faulty Mrs. W. E. Bell, who had started duction of 943 pounds of milk The stage in the auditorium was by members and out of town
cians and people against
hearing to talk in its favor. It was
prescriptions is expt
and 37.69 pounds of fat for 38 leaves, ferns, dahlias and asters.
thought that many thousand signa
The initiation, which was the tures would be obtained before the
establishment here this month of
grade Holsfeins. Jacob Rietala, of
third degree, was said by local commission met. More than 800 in
tic first analytical drug labora- lawns and many colored flowers. Quincy, was second with an ave
members to have been exemplified
tory by the Oregon state board of E. Crowe won second prize of $50,1 rage production of 766 pounds of Wife Charges Husband
Vernonia district expressed
With Brutal Attack in a highly creditable manner. To the
pli.imacy. Though it will be hous- and J. H. Roberson third prize oil milk and 35.59 pounds of fat for
their desire to see the road go
round out the evening a splendid
cJ in a room in the pharmacy
Clifford C. Friend is in the luncheon was served by the East through by signing petitions.
Honorable mention was given to 22 grade Jerseys. Beeson brothers,
building and v. i’i
a valu ai ie
Secretary Sheeley asks that all
adjunct to the college, it is be- the Lappe, Lilly, Marshall, Escque,’ average produrtion of 779 pounds I of an alleged brutal attack upon ern Star ladies of Nehalem chap-
wish to attend the meeting
ing equipped ami supop’ted entirely/
of milk and 32.01 pounds of fat his wife near Connacher camp
commnnicate with him so that
by the state board.
for 30 grade Jerseys and grade ; bdhdJy, according to Mrs. Friend,
ample transportation will be pro
by speakers of the evening.
Establishment of this laboratory
Mr». Lindquist Visits Parents
who states that she made a visit
with a trained drug analyst in
The high pure bred now for the to the camp Sunday to see him
Mrs. Gus Lindquist and three
charge will enable druggists to children, former residents of Ver month of August was Anne, a 3 I concerning the buying of some
have periodic tests made of the nonia, accompanied by Mrs. Tay year old registered Holstein, own property. Upon arriving at the Gordon Hieber. A large attendance Hay Production Costs
Investigated by O. A. C.
drugs and preparations listed in lor and daughter Alice of Burley, ed by the Hammer brothers, of camp Mrs. Friend was told lie was is expected and all out of town
the United States Pharmacopoeia Idaho, motored from that city to Deer Island. Her produhtion was then at the Jablonski place nearby. visitors are cordially invited to at
information on the cost
tend. Refreshments will be served
and National Formalar.v. It will be Vernonia last week.
1494 pounds of milk and 58.3 When she entered the latter house
of all types of hay
and a good fellowship is assured
the purpose of the state board, in
pounds of fat.
sh6 states he utterd an oath and all.
, in practically every section of Ore
fact, according to Frank S. Ward,
The high grade cow was Whitie, asked her to walk down the road
gon has been complied through two
)m Mrs. Lindquist and children visited
secretary, to make inspection from
an 8 year old grade Holstein, own with him, which she did.
Loyal Berean Class Meeta
| years study on 366 farms made
time to time of drug stocks
ed by J. L. Wright, of Marshland.
The Loyal Berean class of the by H. E. Selby of the department
Upon arriving at a point some
accordance with the provisions 0£ Hall, and other relatives and Her production was 1302 pounds distance from the house,
farm management of the expert
Mrs. Christian church held their month-;
' friends. They reported that they
the state drug act.
were very glad to be in Oregon of milk and 62.5 pounds of fat. Friend Stated, her husband began ly business meeting and party at nlent station. This investigation car-
Dr. Henry M. Burglage, who re- ! among the trees again.
ou^ under the rovisions of
to deride her for coming there and the home of John Wardle Satur-'
Grange Celebrate» Anniversary.
cently completed work for a PhD.
, *be federal Purnell fund is recog-
then stated that when he was day evening.
degree at the University of Wash
About 30 were present at the n'zet* as the most extensive study
through with her she would never
ington, has beenengaged as direc way of Seaside, where Mrs. Taylor. bia County Pomona Grange was I care to see him again. He then business meeting which was called;
forage crops costs ever made,
tor. He is a graduate of the Uni
summary of the results of
| proceeded to choke and beat her, to order by John Wardle. Mrs.
versity of Indiana and of Harvard
: holding her by the hair and thump- Ray was elected to act as treasur- tbe first two years work show the
with graduate work in pharmacy
average cost of alfalfa hay pro
i the meeting, among w.
whom were I ing her head on the ground, she er, and Miss Charlesworth as sec- duction to be $7.99 a ton for the
at Purdue. Assisting him will be profitable as last year.
Dr. F. A. Gilfillan who has re LIBRARY RECEIVES MANY
After the business meeting a state, varying between $6.5$ for
Mrs. F. J. Peterson, N. D. Peter-
Not satisfied with that, he stood
turned to the staff of the school
NEW BOOKS RECENTLY
hour was enjoyed, after the Baker-Union region to $9.11
N. D. Peterson,
__ and Mrs. her on her feet and kicked her
c f pharmacy after two years ab-
Many new books have been do- j R. E. Stratton, and Mr. and Mrs. shins and ground his heel Into which refreshments were served. for the Willamette valley. In the
senee at Universe’ / of Florida. lie nated within the last month, to j R. Lovelace,
Willamette valley clover hay cost
her foot, until she states she is
Search for Elk Meat
will divide his time between teach- the Vernonia library.
$7.38 a ton to produce when seed
now in fear of blood poisoning.
Game Warden Brown and his
ing and working in tlie laboratoy. them are: “The Last Play,”
by by a speech by State Master Palm They were surprised by a girl helpers made an unsuccessful search ed with grain, and $10.32 when
Dr. Burlage will also teach one Barbour; “Hard Knocks,”
young; iter and dialogues and songs given whom it is said Mr. Friend has for elk meat on the ranches of seeded alone. Vetch and oats cost
course in return for the use of 44J Letters —
From a Self-made Mer- by a few of the granges in this known for some time, which stop J. Neur and D. McMullen Satur $10.29, cheat hay $8.77, corn sil
the room by the board.
age $7.72, vetch silage $4.40, and
----- to His Son,” Larimer;
—! *‘T°m county. In the afternoon there was ped the attack.
day afternoon, after it had been kale $3.75 a ton. In all cases cash
For the information of the drug Brown at Oxford,” Hughes; “Stor- a baseball game between Cedar
A preliminary hearing was held reported to him that Mr. Nour expenses, labor and overhead were
__ ___ the state ........ plans to mie
_____ _ ” Schulkers; Grove and Apiary.
Hillsboro yesterday, when the had killed an elk on the McM illen I considered.
ii -ike through the new laboratory I “On Land and Sea With Caesar,”
was taken as to whether he place.
The study covered fat ms in Mal-
an extensive in’estlgation of the Wells; "A Wild Goose of Limer-
The old settlers report that there
While driving his Super-X mo- would be bound over the grand
heur. Baker, Union, Deschutes,
stability of sta idard remedies to(ick,” Abdullah; "In Bad With Sin-
torcycle on the road about two
Crook. Klamath, Josephine, Jack-
determine best means of preserv- bad,” Stringer,
valley for more than 15 years, and
ing them and elated information.
Mrs. E. H. Washburn donated* miles northeast of Vernonia Sun- husba"<i became estranged when it it is believed that someone attempt son and eight Willamette valley
“Essentials of Arith- ^ay> Mr. Nyte was hit by a Ford, was necessary to pay the cost of
counties. A progress report has
Druggists will be urgej to take the . • following:
■ a .
a a Tar 1F I
li II 1
-4 — ■ -
an operation for her in Portland ed to play a practical joke on the been prepared and will be mailed
up such problems with the director metic,” Hamilton; “New World [ w>tb but little damage done.
has been living
frefe or. tequest.
Speller,” Wohlfarth & Rogers, 2nd | Upon pasisng a friend who mo-
of the laboratory.
and supporting her-
Thorough Berry Spray
As all analyses will be legal in and 3rd books; “Oral and Written tioned for him to stop, a Ford self Vernonia
One thorough spray with bor- Fair Weather Welcomed
nature, no samples will be con- English,” Potter, Jeschke & Gil- coming behind ran into him. Nyte
In Nehalem Valley
sidered unless submitted under the, ! let; “The Last Trail,” Grey; "An suffered a skinned elbow. The
The Vernonia service station has deaux mixture 4-4-50 in late sum-
seal of an official of the board. | cient Times,” Breasted;" "Self hind wheel and fender of the mo placed logs at the baek limits of mer has proved an effective pro-
valley farmers wel
Raised,” Southworth; “Clear Type, torcycle were ruined, and the front the station grounds as a cafety tection in Oregon/ for red raspber come the recurrence of fair weath-
Pronouncing Dictionary,” ' “Bible spring, the wish-bone and front measure to prevent automobiles ry and loganberry plantings against er after the recent stormy Mason
Council Appoints Five
Le"on». ,” Ecker; "Audrey,” John- axle of the Ford were damaged.
sliding down into the soft dirt at various fungi causing cane spots, as it will give them a better chance
ston ; “American Government,' by
the edge. Mr. Clark, the manager, spur blight and “gray bark" of to thresh their late grain and be-
Cattle Killed on Track
The council appointed five citi Reed; “Stone-Millis Arithmetic,’
two heifers, about has been busy lately putting the all sorts reports the experiment gin the fall plowing, A number
zens at its meeting Monday, who, "School History of the United
killed on the grounds in good condition for wet station. If the canes go into the have already completed their grain
with the members of the council, States.” Mace; "English Litera-
wet period well coated mors vigor harvesting.
three miles weather.
will make up the budget committee ture,” Lang; “Plane Geometry,”
ous fruiting wood is assured for
It is reported that the stacked
for the city of Vernonia to ar- Durell and Arnold.
The liberty bell which was fro- the next year.
and the clean shocked grain
range the budget for 1928.
zen in a cake of ice at 4 p.m. on
Last week Mrs. O. I. Ross do- to whom they belonged.
The best ram is none too good
a Saturday two weeks ago, melt for the Oregon sheep raiser says suffered but little, but the shocked
C. W. Reithner, <J. F. Hieber, nated the following books: "Her-
grain that contained much fem
Gymnasium classes are being ed the next morning at 10:45. the extension specialist after ob-
R. M. Aldrich, Wm.-Pringle and aids of the Morning,” Tait; "Coun
had turned yellow and started to
F. E. Malmsten are the five ap. try Life Reader,” Stevenson; "Thir conducted at the Evangelical church First prize in the guessing contest serving practices throughout the sprout as a result of the continu-
pointed. As soon as the city re- ty-one years on the Plains and in to which they state the public is conducted by the Bank of Vernonia | state. An extra $5 in cost may ed rains.
corder finishes tabulating, ail the the Mountains,” Drannan ; "The cordially invited. Men’s classes are was won by Velma Critchlow and mean an extra five pounds on
Benefit Card Party Friday
data on expenditures for the past City in the Clouds,” Grell; "Little held Tuesday evenings; women’s Viola Hankel, who guessed the time every lamb he sires.
Dick Flynn guessed
classes each Thursday evening. Vol of 10:30.
three years and lists the probably Rivers,” Van Dyke.
Circle No. 1 of the American
Paul Robinson has started a new Legion Auxiliary will give a ben
“If we do not have in the li leyball and gymnasium work are 10:18, and Mrs. Judd Greenman
expenses for*next year, to aid the
Winners of the newspaper at Banka, where he efit card party at the Legion hall
committee in working, the meeting brary the book you want. ’ ! says j the exercises being taken up now. 10:00 o’clock.
formerly owned the Herald, Vol
Miss Malmsten. librarian, "we can Later is thought basketball will be first prize will each get a liberty I ume 1, number 1 of the Banks Friday, September 23, at 7:80 p.
will be called.
I easily and quickly furnish It to j started.
bell and a savings account.
m. Ice cream and cake will be
Ledger waa received here thia week served. The public is invited.
Teddy W. Leavitt and George you by sending to the state i H-
It is easier to sell your buttery The Columbia barber shop re with the announcement that Mr.
Berner drove to Green Valley in brary. In this way we hope ! to
when your name is printed on the j cently improved their equipment Robinson will live in Forest Grove,
Butter wrappers of high grade
southern Oregon on a hunting trip .«¿Jmmodate"‘in our patron's?7
wrappers. Order them now at the I by the installation of two new edit the paper in Banks, also the vegetable parchment sold at the
last week, returning with two nice
,1 modern barber chairs.
; paper at Oswego.
.. — I Butter wrappers at the Eagle. Eagle.
One Man Killed Instantly
VERNONIA. OREGON, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1927
Strong Support Locally