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Thursday, November 24, 1927.
same symptoms as colds. The com decaying and abscessed, teeth, in
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mon symptons are fever, aching fected glands and infections in
ife’d acti ¡ties of
busy life andtl
her To obtain comfort for a patient muscles,
sore throat, vomiting, lack othc, parts of the bodj.
p the led free from wrinkles,
environment They miss you with that l< moisture
On rainy days, when the small
cf appetite and a general feeling
rnd crumbs. If sleets
sharpness felt only by loving par 3 ini aiis made half again as tong as of low vitality. Some home methods child is restle: , a few sl'ingle nails
which have checked disease In the and a cake of laundry soap will
the afteroon of life.
I r ordinary U;e allowing 'one-half
early stages are staying indoors, keep him busy. The nails can be
You would like to be there on this festal yard on each side to turn under, using
a light diet, using n laxative, hammered into the soap much more
Thanksgiving occasion. You know
keeping warm, quiet and drinking easily than into a board.
draw sheet is ulso a great help,
$2 per year in Advancej would enjoy it. But more important still, This is made from an ordinary plenty of water.
Issued every Thursday
Summer lake — Muskrat farm
you know they would feel a greater joy sheet folded in the center length- Some indoor play materials which here has 8000 rats growing into
Entered as Second Clas Mattei. Au.oi t 4, 1922 at the in having you. If you can’t give them this wise and tucked in lightly on one develop coordination in children are money.
Post Office at Vernonia, Oregon, under the
pleasure, you can do the next best thing. side. The rest is taken to the op- blocks, large beads, plastic clay Corvallis — Oregon Agricultural
Act of March 3, 1879
Montessori material. Equipment college arboretum has 150.000 trees
You can write or wire them a warm, per po ite side of the bed and plaited and
under the mattress. By drawing which
_____ . the
— larger mus- for distribution.
MARK E. MOE, Editor
forward when i h■*■.-.•■■•ary
__ ' ties in children include kiddie cars,
away the sting of disappointment in your i fresh part of the beet under | tricycles, slides, ladders, teeters,
absence. You can let them know that you the patient several times a day. I swings and large dry goods boxes. W. O. W. Vernonia camp No. 655
are with them in spirit, despite the miles Many diseases start with the Neglect of the mouth leads to meets every Monday night at sever,
WHICH APPEALS TO YOU
thirty at the Grange Hall. Visiting
that separate you, and their day will be
the brighter for your thoughtfulness.
ROBERT LINDSEY, C. C.
Every time you speak a good word for
C. C. DUSTEN CLERK.
your town you speak two lor yourself, foi
the home booster is always respected by
Lodge, No. 184 A.
Y F. Vernonia
& A. M., meets at Grange
It’s an easy thing to make a nasty re There are not so many shopping days
Hall every Second and
Fourth Thursday nights.
mark about your home town, but it i dif
ficult to stop that remark from traveling you were asked to do your Christmas buy
and other articles at the
ing earlV, and there is no hope that the*
K. A. McNeill, Secretary.
after it has once been uttered.
The monkey in the jt
wings from number is going to increase between now!
limb to limb and from tree to tree ; t re and midnight of the twenty-fourth. Noi
markable speed, but the monkey is a snail will prices be reduced; or will the quality|
I.O.O.F.—Vernonia Lodge No.
Hems Cooked Foods, Fish Pond
compared to the caustic remarks and com of the goods now on the shelves increase.:
216 meets every Tuesday night
So why linger and delay?
at 8 o’clock, in Grange hall. Vis
ments of a chronic pessimist.
itors always welcome.
Perhaps there are those who bel’cvc
The monkey does not berate either the
M. E. Graven, N. G.
that “Do your •Christmas shopping early”
limbs or the trees, for I
John Glassner, Secretary.
they mean safety and comfort to him.
AMERICAN LEGION AUXILIARY
The pessimist, however, is not as con thought they would sell more goods it
people bought early, and then took thought
Meets first and third Mon
His happiest moments are when he is and discovered that there was more buy
days of ' each month at
ing they ought to do. But while that <1 ubt-
the Legion Hall.
slamming his home town.
Mrs. H. E. McGraw, President
less occurred to the merchants, it was not I
Nothing is right.
None of its numerous citizens possess by any means the controlling motive that
the ability to perform civic duties in the inspired the shop-early propaganda which
119, American Le
greets us annually.
Of All Your Christmas Shopping
gion. Meets second
The fact is, the request for early Christ-1
and fourth Tues
Other persons are unable to sec the
days each month, 8
glaring defects that are s6 plain to him mas shopping came, first, chiefly from!
H. E. Me-
He is simply a pessimist, and the work
ailroads and the sales and delivery peo
of the pessimist is too often destructive.
Shauld have the first consideration
Nehalem Chapter 153, O. E. 3.
But why be a pessimist? Why not an ple, ail of whom found themselves swamp-1
ed by a tidal wave that hit them suddenly!
cation first and
Pessimism is worse than rheumatism and left them devastated. Some way had!
The one puts a few joints out of propel .o b? found for controlling this tide, fori
othei disributing its volume. So an attempt wa !
All visiting sisters
and brothers wel
is a drag to the mind, he body and the made to educate the public into buying
early and shipping early.
Bessie Tapp, W. M.
Of Cards from which to choose
Station yourself on a street corner in a The fear of the merchant is not so
Leona McGraw, Secretary.
large city and watch the people go b> much that his sales will not reach the
for an hour. Ninety-nine out of a hundred hoped-for peak as that his future will be
Rebekah Lodge No. 243
will be happy, and cheerful, and content jeopardized. There is nothing that so dis
No. 243, I.O.O.F., meets every sec
ed. They arc optimists unawares. Th; rays rupts a carefully-built organization as the
But because of early
ond and fourth Thursdays in
of the noonday sun aie not brighter 01 overstrain of the two or three days, and
Grange hall, Vernonia. Visitors al
warmer than the smiles upon their lips nights of hurried and harried labor beforei
Christmas. Clerks break down; some oil Í
or the humanity in their hearts.
Mrs. Viola Treharne, N.G.
to secure the one you most
Mrs. Hazel Thompson, Sec.
The hundredth man may be different. them leave; others are not fit again fori
desire if you wait any longer.
He may be the odd sheep in the flock, the ionic time, and meanwhile system goes to1
cloud that dims the brigtilne ; of tiie com ■ lie dogs and the sales-machine has to be|
J. MASON DILLARD
munity light He is a pessimist, and he rebuilt. Customers, too, offended by some!
knows it. His soul is shroudi <1 in gloom frazzled employe, get sore and vow never!
Next to Carkin Cleaning Works
from winch he never s< ks to escape. Hr to trade there again. So the merchant, de-
Here Every Wednesday
iring to serve his public well, asks the
is a bore ever to himself.
The pessimist is never happy—the op public to help him to do so by distribut
DR. ELLA WIGHT
ing Christmas buying over as long a period
timist is seldom sad.
DR. C. J. WIGHT
It is possible to be either, but never both. as possible.
So it behooves the public, since it wants
Which appeals to you?
Blood Pressure Examination
good service, to remember that the chief
Rheumatism, Neuritis, Stomach,
Liver and Intestinal Troubles
The Vacant Chair al Thanksgiving Time element in that sei vice is the human ele
ment and that the human machine breaks'
Mankind, being human, is prone to re under undue strain just like any piece ol'
trospection. That eternal spirit of dissatis machinery. And because there is a human,
faction which everyone let Is no niattei ‘lenient involved, and because Chri 111a./
is a time for special charity to all humans.i
what his present condition, mak< •
look back to the days of his youih as the it is only reasonable that shoppers and
period of truest pleasures, the time of shippers be considerate of the store clerk,!
the postal employe and the servants of
most superb enjoyment.
There is a kind of scaredness in the the companies and railways. They want,
DR. W. H. HURLEY
memory of the Thanksgiving Day of out to enjoy Christmas, too. Why make the
DENTISTRY AND X-RAY
childhood. No distraction, no worldly ad- Yuletide hateful to them? Have a heart,
Evenings by Appointment
vancement, can rob us of the thrill as we Do your Christmas shopping early.
Office over Brown Furniture Store.
call up the picture of family and friends
a nan is chiefly known for
_ gathered at the dinner table on this oc
casion. Seen tin (High the rosy-hued pec
M. D. COLE
taeles of time and distance, the noble tur
key round which the feast is built, si en.s Figures may not lie, but statistics will
nobler still. It is bigger, browner, alto back up a lot of misinformation.
gether more inviting. The luscious cran
berry sauce without which no Tiianksgiv
It is easy to find fault because nobody
ing dinner is complete, seems a deepen red wants it.
MARK EVERY GRAVE
more luscious still. The mince pie and
Memorials in Granite and Marble
home-made fruitcake are more delicious It is easy to work on the level; watch
At Reduced Prices
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than any mother ever made, be she the a man when he hits a hill.
MRS. M. N. LEWIS & CO.
queen of cooks.
Fourth and MAin St.
On the spiritual side. too.
Many a man looks run down because
mysterious force is at work,
of the bills his wife inns up.
smiling faces we remember s
still happier, the friendly mien of the in
vited gue. ? more friendly, a' .1 the pious
spirit of thanksgh ing never v
from the ( ay e\en in this b
more real, more all-pei va.-ive. The in u.
must indeed be lacking in the finer senti
ments who would not w; h t be pr - ■
At the Brazing Works on Rose
at the family board on this day of days. Some old-fashioned folk made consid
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And the magic influen« e of tine and erable effort to be polite, but there is a
distance aie at work in another direct m. •arcity of common courtesy in these days
That vacant chair is pet i t n it pa i ;ic
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appeal, if the inciderts of you: childhood The nation that goes to war at this pu-
seen in retrospect affect you strongly, the ¡iicuar moment had better be equipped
E Water and Yamhill Streets
incidents of your manhood have the same , with a properly drawn last will and testa-
Office No. 11
DELIVER TO YOUR DOOR
subtle appeal for the dear ones from whom ' ment.
Saturday Dec. 3, All Day
And Be Satisfied
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