Vernonia eagle. (Vernonia, Or.) 1922-1974, January 05, 1928, Page 4, Image 4

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    VERNONIA EAGLE
FOUR
Thursday, January 5, 1928.
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service
TRAIN SŒDÜLÊ CHAFES
S. P. & S. Transportation Co.
UNITED RAILWAYS CO.
Now- in effect
Inauguration of Stage Service to Portland—
Stages now leave Vernonia daily at 6:40 a.m.,
10:40 a.m. and 5:20 p.m., arriving Portland,
Stage Depot, 9:35 a.m., 1:35 p.m., 8:15 p.m. Ar­
rival 6th Street Stage Terminal is 5 minutes later.
Returning stages leave the 6th St. Stage Ter­
minal, Salmon, 5th to 6th Sts., at 7:30 a.m., 1:00
p.m. and 5:00 p.m. daily, arriving Vernonia
10:40 a.m., 4:05 p.m. and 8:05 p.m. daily.
Stages leave Stage Depot, Park & Yamhill
Sts., 5 minutes earlier.
Train Schedule Changes.
Train No. 61 now leaves Portland, Union Sta­
tion, for Vernonia at 7:35 a.m. instead of 8:25,
arriving Vernonia 9:52, Keasey 10:15 a.m.
Returning Train No. 62 now leaves Keasey
at 11:30 a.m., Vernonia 11:55., arriving Portland
2:05 p.m. instead
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3:20 p.m. as at present.
Folders, further information, etc, of
J. J. Hoydar,
Gen. Agent.
Phone M. 161
R. M. Aldrich,
Ticket Agt.
Spokane, Portland & Seattle Transportation Co.
UNITED RAILWAYS CO.
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Oregon
American
Glasses
Announcing the ¿New Series
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CHURCH OF CHRIST
(Christian)
Home coming. Annual meeting
election of officers. Bible school
10:00. Communion and morning
worship 11:00. Basket dinner at
noon. Business meeting afternoon.
Christian Endeavor 6:30. Evange­
listic sermon 7:30. Bible Study and
choir rehearsal Thursday 7:16.
All members of the church are
urged to be at the Home Coming,
Friends and all interested are wel-
come to all the services. Come and
enjoy the day with us.
Teddy W. Leavitt, Pastor,
Phone 266.
-a Successful Six
With
FOUR-WHEEL
BRAKES
now hid* for Even
EVANGELICAL CHURCH
The Sunday school hour of the
church is 9:45 a.m. Let everybody
Classified Advertising
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HOUSE FOR RENT—Inquire 542
Third St.
221*
Product of
General Mtton
Body by FisMr
important occasions
when things just must
come out right ••• use
S perry drifted
snow F lours
3 ACRE FARM 15 acres gleared
orchard, garden, 7 room house,
chicken house, balance mostly oak,
some fir, will give terms. C. W.
Wardle, Vernonia, Oregon.
186*
New la Style from Radiator toTail-Light - Offering"
Scores of Vital Advancements at No Increase In Price!
Emphasizing the Importance of this
VFNthe impressive array of new
announcement are two entirely
features given herewith cannot
convey the extent to which the new and additional body types: the
Four-door Sedan: and the Sport Lan­
New Series Pontiac Six surpa««es
dau Sedan, a close-coupled, swagger
all previous attainment» In the field
creation, exemplifying the highest
of low.priced sixes. After enjoying
art of Fisher closed body craftsman­
a spectacularly successful career,
ship. Come in and see this history­
Pontiac Six now bids for even great­
making tine of Sixes, available in
er success with a car greater In
six body types.
every way.
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FOR SALE—G. A. Kelty 84 acre
farm with implements. One mile
south of Clatskanie, Oregon. Own­
er wants to go east to care for
aged mother. For terms call at
farm or address above.
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uniform
it brings good luck
every time
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Read This Partial List of Added Features
LOANS—The Washington County
NFI.A of Hillsboro, Oregon has
extended their charter to make
loans through the Federal land
bank ci Spc .’ne to farmers in
Columbia county. I tercst on loans
in the federal lan f bank arc at
New FisWr Bodies
New Fender»
New Four-Wheel Brale»
New GMR Cylinder Head
New Fuel Pump
NewG n tease
V eiwituoon
New Carburetor
J
(As Factory)
Nr« \Lrnifoldt and
Muffle-
Nnv and Greater Pcmer
New C row-Flow
Radiator
New TE« r-moitat
Net* W a:er Pump
New Wheel
New Inttrvnent Panel
Niw Comcidenrtil Lock
Neu Pash Gasoline
Gaucre
Neu Stop-Light
Neu Clu.vh
Neu Stcermf Gear
New Frame
New .Axle»
COUPE
SPORT ROADSTER
SPORT CABRIOLET
♦-DOOR SEDAN
SPORT LANDAU SEDAN
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TRADE— Passenger tour-
ing car for electric washing ma­
chine or what have you. Inquire
R. Boeck. 3rd and Cougar St. 221
GILBY .MOTOR COMPAW
WILL
Sperry Flour Children’s Hour, KEX
H45
5'ST
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2-DOOR SEDAN
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tie what his own will should have e(l t0 nleet ant* overcome obstacles
settled, and by mere self-indulgent rather than indifferent and easy-
carelessness let the opportunity going, When faced by difficulty
be an overcome!-. Lose no golden
slip by.
opportunities.
The difference between men who
are successful and those who are
Klamath Falls—S. P. Dehlinger
pccialist, has been
unsuccessful is not so much due raises 10,000 sacks potatoes on 42
CALL FOR BIDS
Vernonia.
to tile difference in intellectual ca­ acres.
Sealed bids for the construction pacity as to the difference between
a concrete theatre building at activity and slackness. The man
Vale—Canal construction under
e corner of First and Bridge who is alert can see difficulties
auv
way at Harper, on Vale reclama­
streets, Vernonia. Oregon, will be ahead, and will be able to prevent
tion project.
and Mrs. H. Mossman spent received by Marion F. Stoxes, ar- them before they occur. While the
¡the week end in Portland visiting' chitect, Portland, Oregon.
lazy, easy-going man who is not' Oregon’s wage earners increased
Plans and specifications may *’e easily aroused by difficulties will from 28,800 in 1914 to 59,500 in
their daughter.
at the office of the ar- not trouble himself to look ahead, f 1925. Their products have more
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Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Bush were procured
------.i in Portland.
than trebled.
in Portland Thursday of last week j vhitect
J. H. BUSH. I j thus being unprepared when he
on business.
loses the opportunities leading to
I
Oregon banks have on deposit
fortune and success.
Miss Edna Carrick left for Van­
$310,654,231, largest sum in state’s
School
News
couver, Wash., Tuesday to enter
Therefore, be alert and prepar- history.
From page 1
business college.
busy
ones,
made
up
of
reviews
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Hixson drove
Charter No. 267
Reserve District No. 1^
and examinations.
to Sakamokawa, Wash., Wednesday
The
members
of
tlie
civics
class
REPORT OF CONDITION OF THE
of last week for a short visit
who have been studying parliamen­
with relatives.
BANK OF VERNONIA
Mr. and Mrs. Frank SÊinn left tary law about three weeks, will
Tuesday of last week for Kansas spend the remainder of the sem­
at Vernonia, in the state of Oregon, at close of business
December 31, 1927. •
City, where they intend to make ester in writing a little book on
“Community Civics.” It is expect­
their home.
Resources
Frank Alsdorf and daughter Ra­ ed that some real talent as authors '
may be discovered in the prepara- 1. Loans and discounts, including rediscounts, accept­
chel returned to Portland Monday
ances or bills of exchange, sold with endorsement of
tion of these original books.
alter visiting with his son Charles
the bank (including items shown in 29, 30 and 32,
if any) ............................ ...................................................... $117,529.55
Aldorf and family.
INDOLENCE
2.
Overdrafts secured and unsecured .............................
934.49
Miss Gladys Carrick entertained
(By Della Cline)
3. U. S. government securities owned, including those
a few of her friends Thursday ev­
Indolence is the foundation of
shown in items 30 and 35, if any .................................
34,450.00
ening in honor of Miss Rachel Als­ nearly all blunders. Everyone who 4. Other bonds, warrants and securities, including for­
dorf.
eign government, state, municipal, corporation, etc.,
has grown old enough to look back
including those shown in items 30 and 35, if any.......
Charles Reynolds of Hermiston over the wasted opportunities of
48,067.44
5. Stocks, securities, claims, liens, judgments, etc. .
3,000.00
returned home Tuesday after vis­ life will be likely to attribute most 6. Banking house, $12,200; furniture and fixtures,
iting a few days at the- home of of his blunders to indolence.
$9,500 .................................................................................... ’
21,700.00
his aunt, Mrs. Chas. Alsdorf, and
Sometimes one has omitted to 9. (ab) Cash on hand in vault and due from banks,
bankers and trust companies designated'and approved
couin, Mrs. George Higdon.
learn what he needed to learn in
agents of this bank ..............................................
109,902.82
The W. C. T. U. will meet at order to do the thing he is best 11. reserve
Checks on banks outside city or town of reporting
the home of Mrs. Strong on the fitted for; sometimes one has
bank and other cash items ............................................ .
427.25
O.A. hill, house 40. All members shrunk from the painful effort
Total cash anu uue from banks, items 8, 9, 10 and
$110,330.07.
are requested to make an effort required to decide one’s course in1
4
to attend as final arrangements life, leaving it to fortune to set-!
Total
$336,011.55
will be made to celebrate the sign-
Liabilities
ing of the 18th amendment on
Capital stock paid in ....................................................... $ 25,000.00
January 16.
Surplus fund .....................................................................
5,000.00
(a) Undivided profits .......................................................
1,175.22
Card of Thank»
Reserved for taxes, interest and depreciation ............
1,180.00
Our hearfelt thanks are sincere­
United States deposits, including postal savings and
ly offered to the many friends and
deposits of United States disbursing officers ...........
1,576.98
Demand Deposits, other than banks, subject to reserve:
neighbors whose kindness and ten­
Individual deposits subject to check, including depos­
der solicitations at the time of :
its due the state of Oregon, county, cities or other
the illness and death of our be-j
public funds ........................................................................
204,844.14
loved aunt, Mrs. Mary Staley, [
Cashier’s checks of this bank outstanding payable
on demand ............................................................................
softened the pain of our recent
4,330.45
Certified checks outstanding .......................... ..................
2,741.56
bereavement.
Proper
Tot.il of demand denosits, other than bank ueposits,
Mrs. Nevada, Rainwater,
subject to reserve, items 23, 24, 25, 26, $211,916.15
Mrs. Olive Huber.
Time and Savings Deposits, subject to reserve and
payable on demand or subject to notice:
CARD OF THANKS
Fitted by a Specialist of
Time certificates of deposit outstanding ....................
15,273.76
Savings deposits, payable subject to notice ................
We desise to thank the many
Many Years Experience.
74,889.44
Total of time and savings deposits payable on de­
friends and neighbors who so kind­
Here Sunday and Monday,
mand or subject to notice, items 27 and 28,
ly assisted us during our recent
January 8, 9. Make reser-
$90,163.20.
bereavement; also for the beautiful
vations for FREE examina­
Total ............
flowers and the many expressions
tion with E. W. Holtham,
$336,011.55
of sympathy. We assure yoi
Workingmen’s Store
STATE OF OREGON, County of Columbia, ss.
bur sincere appreciation of
Dr. HARRY A. BROWN
I, J. C. Lindley, cashier of the above named bank, c
do _/
solemnly,
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Eyesight Specialist
swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge
you have done for us.
and
belief.
Portland,
Oregon
j. T. CULVER
J. C. LINDLEY, Cashier.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Culver
CORRECT—Attest:
Family, Mr. and Mrs. W. R.
A. L. Kullander, J. H. Bush, H. E. McGraw, Directors,
ver and Family, Mr. and
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 4th day of January. 1928.
Harry Culver and Family, Mr.
LESTER SHEELEY, Notary Public.
Mrs. Joseph Tui irner and Family
My commission expires ¡’ecember 18. 1929,
Mr. and Mrs. . Henry Barge i
Family, Mr. and 1 Mrs. Leonard C’Jl-
ver and Family
and Mrs. Frank Culver.
be on time. Preaching at 11 a.m.
subject.
■" and ’ W orks
’
F aith
Bring
Final Victory.'
;tory. loung People’s ser-
vice at 7 p.m.
The theme of the evening ser-
mon is “Why Was I Born?’’
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Vernonia,
Ore.