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About Vernonia eagle. (Vernonia, Or.) 1922-1974 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 17, 1927)
Thursday, November 17, 1927
IN THE COUNTY COURT OF
THE STATE OF OREGON FOR
IN THE IvfATTEr OF THE
CHARLES II. BROWN, Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice is hereby given, that the
administrator of the
Charles H. Brown, deceased, by
the County Court of Columbia
County, State of Oregon, and has
duly quaifiled; All persons having
claims against said estate are here
by notified to present the same
duly verified, as by law required,
to the undersigned at his office
on Bridge street, in the city of
EMPLOYERS OF LABOR
Write, Phone or wire us
our expense for you
AND DAIRY HELP
AND CAMP HELP
We deal in all kinds of
THE PIONEER EMPLOY
125 Second Street
Phone Broadway 8312
Doane for Dependability
VERNO 4IA EAGLE
n.or ths from the date hereof,
Dated and first published Nov-
emb ;r 10, 1927.
Last publication December 8th,
W. A.. Harris, Attorney.
J. M. CLARK,
“The Chinese Parrot"
With a plot exceptionally strong
n originality, "The Chinese Par
rot,’’ which, comes to the Majetsic
tin ¡ure Saturday has
that holds a movie audience in an
un linkable grip.
Jewel production is an unusually
ah .bing drama written around the
red, raw elements of life and love
Mid the lure of gold. The thread
of the tory has been unravelled
with consumate skill by Paul L.eni
the n^ted Continental director and
the all-star cast of the picture is
a roster of famous screen players,
including Marion Nixon as the win
Ilobart Bosworth, Sojin, Capt Al
bert Conti, Florence Turner, fred
Esmclton, Edgar • Kennedy,
Sum mrville, Dan Mason. Anna May
Woe ", George Kuwa and Etta Lee.
“The Crystal Cup"
A “villian” who apepars only in
he first scene, hut whose sinister
influence is manifest during the
entire story is an unusual feature
of “The Crystal Cup,” the First
National production which comes
.<> t ie Majestic theatre Sunday.
“Upstream,” John Ford’s
production fo rFox Films,
103 West Park
122 3rd St. Majestic theatre Monday i
the kind of picture this
Beacon 2050 Portland
young director has always
Rebuilt Typewriters and
! '.SB. S
At the request of a 1. nber of our out of town
customers who are ur le to avail themselves
of our Thui day and a .zday specials we are
changing the days to riday and Saturday of
each week. For Ncvem1
18 and IS we offer:
“MAXIMUM” brand c.lsup, lge. bottle ....]
Deviled Meat */4s (5c tize)
bliced Feaches (Heavy syrup) 8 oz. tin .... j Oc
FEA5 N o . Z Can .........
2 for 25c
1 lb. Box Hand dipped isstd. Chocolates
1 ib. tin Dh.c MUNIE COFFEE .................
1 lb. OLEOMARGARi E (Nov. 18 to 26), 22c
1 Ib. Creamery Butter (Nov. 18 to 26,) ...... 50C
Mohawk Sheeting 9-4, per yard
Cretonnes per yard
CANNED MILK tails
Full line of D. M. C’s and stamped goods
Headquarters for “HOLE-PROOF HOSIERY
Vernonia Mercantile Co.
C. & L. TIRES
As Low As Tires Advertised in Mail Order Cata-
logs, and with the same guarantee. Bring them
along to compare prices.
Twin Fir Super
Bridge Street and Rock Creek Road.
in' c It centers about the
of an upstage actor and mu h
tie aeti hi is laid in a New
boarding house. Eerie Fox
m.i'i in the case. Nancy
seen opposite this popui
“Jxw, of Steel ’
Rin-Tin-Tin in “Jaws
will be the next Warner 1
fe.ir.g at the Majestic theat
dr. and Wednesday, This I
biggest, ri[ nortingest thrll’
ahi to <:<» with his bei-i
the des it irom a pioneer-
growl iii up iu the desert 1
wild wolfish savage, nn 1
the friends, Mr. ami
i'ii ami the Kid. from
want to bo bin
f merriment l>
1’t miss this v< u
: t First Nation »
Hit:' Willie,” at
re Thursday an
i*r of those hila
C. C. Burr pre
U. S. Department of Agriculture
The Mississippi basin
about 89,000,000 acres of forester
or di-nued land which has little or
no utility except in growing timber.
W. H. Greeley, chief of the forest
service, U. S. department ol' agri
Coercion can nit take the place .
of education in providing an in
teiligent, informed and sympathetic
membership of a cooperative as-1
sociation.—George O. Galatin, Mar-!
ket economist, U. S. department of.
Eggs represent the only article
of animal food produced in a nat
ural package, the shell; so long as
the shell is unbroken the egg can
not be adulterated.—Dr.
S. department of agrieul-I
organization and operation of,
cooperative associations on a crop-1
to-crop basis is a shortsighted polici
which handicaps the organizations
and nullifies many of the services
which they might otherwise render.!
B. 1!. Derrick, U. S. department o.
In view of the advancing Values'
of standing timber and jiricc. now
prevailing in the older, forest .re
gions, Thornton T. Munger of the
forest service of the U. S. de
partment of agriculture thirds it
reasonable to expect that by the
ne the next crop of Dougla fir
inerchnntable its stumpage value
ly easily be three times present'
many states where beaver
formerly abundant, some of
bi est meadows are old beaver
that have filled up with silt
while occupied by the beavers
ie soil particles washed from
ground. In such places the
States department of agri-
3 suggests that it is often
e to find land now unpro-
s that might yield fair re
fer investment and labor if
operated ns a beaver farm for the
commercial production of fur.
One of the great troubles i .1
the marketing of poultry n
United States, the department of
agriculture finds, is the excessive
numbers of immature, sernwney
hatching will do a great deal to
counteract this condition, because
the cockerels will have a longer
season in which to build a proper
frame and then will have some
to put on a finish.
The government should plant its
own denuded forest lands and re
store them to productiveness/ says
chief fc nester Greeley of the Unit
States department of ugricul-
ind thus set a good example
te and private owners. An
t more than 2,000,000 acres
need of reforestation, but
11,56.7 acres in the nalioi 4
fore-ts was replanted to trees dur
he past year. Even this shnw-
is a deception, according to
Greeley, since one year’s fires,
a »wept the west last sum-
add denuded lands more ex
than the areas replanted ;
a series of years.
It Pay, To Care For Paiture,
It pays to take gCml care of
stures. Poor pastures are like'
poor feed’ of any kind. Gosd pas-'
ture ■ probably furnishes the cheap-
e’t I soiirio of milk-making nutrients
of any farm crop. The cows harv-l
est it t emselves. Top-dressing pas-
;tures \ th manure or commercial
is usually profitable. It
will al. > increase their lime ami!
phospho us content. It is also g , „1
manage ent to mow the pastures
occasionally .to prevent the weeds
from reseeding themselves.
v'lir garden next spring your I farmers who are paid by the pound observations have shown that those
radish «nd onion needs for the seed.
with deep eyes within a given var-
. il have been imported or else
iety apparently carry less disease
Good Seed Potatoes
i ■ in a small area in the «ruth
i n . nd of the Santa Clara valley I The best size ’f tuber for seed than smooth ones.
i ( iifornia. Only about a thous- potatoes is four or five ounces—
' es are devoted to the grow-, about twice the site of a hen’s egg.
Hay and feed. The general trend
g of garden seed in the Gilroy j The best tubers are well filled out of the hwy market was moderately
• i .ct. but they provide about 95 on the ends, particularly the stem1 ;teady on b. rt grades but weak
r cent of the lettuce seed, prac- •nd. Any discoloration of
thus on ether hay. Colder weather in
uby all of the radish seed, and I end when clipped indicates possible creased demand for feed in some
l-i cent of the onion seed pro- I disease
weakness. Although sections and
du I in the United States. The rough potatoes are not desirable, firmer.
ri-e usually grown under con
i'it h seed firms by Japanese
State Laundry Company
good news for housewives!
Meaie, authority on Food
i ■ to write for our readers
tide on household topics
erest to all home-makers i
..i le has a wide knowii-dge
She will give the latest In
jn oil foods and food prepara-
! r with numerous domestic
■ d household bints taken
land of experience.
.1 help home-keepers plan
meals for their families by
the relation of “well bal-
eals to health. She will
a stlons for home entenaiu-
,i to make home parties suc-
ul- what to serve and how to
I:. She will answer many puz-
: lesiions that confront the host-
n arranging to entertain a
will give aJvice on selecting
•nd marketing during different
of the year.
w.Il give you helpful advice on
work so that you can "save
:e I-nd money.”
s Meade says, in part—“The
? :-’s kitchen should be one of
; _rf icient departments of the
n i.i'd. The health anl happiness
iiimily depends so much on the
' n "work shop.” Th. host-
i-pitalfty, too, Is centered
around the efficiency of the
I chea. New w-ays of prepar-
. Is. new food products, the use
...;iov?d kitchen equipment—all
e ‘akiug the drudgery out of
. - ■ pleasure In introducing
Meade as household advisor
women readers. The first of
i- 1 alien Council articles will ap- 11.
i. week in this column.
FOR GOOD LAUNDRY WORK
We call and deliver TUESDAYS and
FRIDAYS—-Leave orders with S. Wells,
Tailor, Phone MAin 891
Feed, Fuel and Hay
During the Winter Months when Heavier Feed-
ing is necessary, you can be sure of uniform quality
Vernonia Trading Co