Vernonia eagle. (Vernonia, Or.) 1922-1974, May 15, 1936, Page 12, Image 12

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and daughter Adelyn went
Classified Ads j saul
to La Center, Wash., last Friday
FOR SALE— Six room house,
>4 acre, outbuildings, electric­
pump, hot and cold water piped.
Half mile south of town on Tim­
ber road. See Alfred Bays. 17*3
FOR SALE— Six 8-weeks old
pigs. $5.00 each. J. T. Ho’lett,
Stony Point road.___________ 18*2
FOR RENT— Cheap. 14 acres,
two in cultivation. 3 room
house, outbuildings. A. L. Par­
ker. Phone 11F53._________ 18*2
PIANO— Small balance due—
want quick sale. Cash or $5
monthly- No reasonable offer re­
fused. Good high-grade piano. Ad­
dress Mr. Smith, Adjuster, Cline
Piano Co., 1011 SW Washington
St., Portland, Ore.__________ 18c3
FARM—for rent or sale: located
on highway 1 % miles south of
Vernonia on Nehalem River.
Inquire 626 First St. Vernonia,
Oregon.
18tfc
Dainty little upright piano, splen­
did condition. $175.00 includ­
ing bench and delivery. Cash or
terms. Write United Piano Co.
590 Exchange St., Astoria, Ore­
gon.
19*3
FRIDAY, MAY 15. 1936.
VERNONIA EAGLE. VERNONIA. OREGON
Mother’s Day with Mr. and Mrs.
C. U. Enstrom.
to spend the week end with Mr.
Mrs.
E.
Murrell, Mrs.
C.
Eversaul’s mother and father.
Strong, and Mrs. Tom Ingalles of
Mrs. F. M. Ruhl and Mrs. E. -Portland were guests of Mrs.
J. Preston were Portland visit­ E. Knight on the O.-A. hill Fri­
ors Tuesday.
day.
Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Estey made
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Armitage
a trip to Portland Tuesday.
¡spent Mother’s day with their
Mr. and Mrs. Judd Greenman son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and
motored to Portland Tuesday.
■ Mrs. William B. Armitage of
Ray D. Fisher made a business i Portland.
trip to Portland last Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Porter­
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Bergstrom field of Jewell spent the weekend
visited their daughter and son- in Vernonia with the former’s
in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Doyle parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. O.
last week.
1 Porterfield. They took Mrs. Por-
Dan Steiner and two children terfield for a motor trip to For-
of Clatskanie and Mr. and Mrs. est Grove on Mother’s day.
Ervin Steiner of Rainier spent ' Virgil Powell has taken a pos-
ition as Fire Warden for the Sil­ that he may be able to be
ver Falls Timber Co. of Silver- brought home Monday or Tues­
ton, Oregon and will leave for day.
that place Sunday. Mr. Powell,
The Vernonia Townsend club
who spent Tuesday in that ter­
will serve a chicken dinner Fri­
ritory reports there is going to
day, May 15th, noon and night,
be an extra large crop of straw­
berries all through Marion coun­ in Jean’s building near the rail­
road tracks, next door to Han­
ty.
sen’s pulmbing shop.
Pete’s Shine shop is open for
_______•_____ __
business.
Adv.
Vote 55X for Bert Mills, re­
Judge W. A. Harris is now, publican candidate for county
able to walk around some by aid commissioner. Mr. Mills is thor­
of a cane.
oughly familiar with the duties
Alfred Bays, who is in a Port­ of the office, and will give an
land hospital, is getting along! efficient and impartial adminis­
rather slowly. Mrs. Bays hopes tration.
Adv
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I5RFEUJRY 5T0RE5
<For Cooking
House Warming
Water Heating
Special Values for Friday and Saturday
IT.
1 / C 3 ibs
COFFEE
AIRWAY
Lb.....
BAKING POWDER
Calumet
1-lb can ........................
19c
COCOA
Bakers
-lb can ........... ......
12c
CASH—for your old piano. P. O.
box 581. Astoria Oregon. 19*3
SYRUP
Sleepy Hollow
Quart jug . ................
29c
FRESH COW FOR SALE— C.
D. Bushart. Vernonia.
19*2
PORK & BEANS
Van Camp’s
E _
Picnic tins :............ each ......
BORAX SOAP
Nuboro gran, water glass
free with each pkg
23 c
MAYONNAISE
Aristocrat
Pint jar ..... ................
25c
CRISCO
3 lb can .....................
55c
FLOUR
CANDLELIGHT
49-lb bag ....................
BLUE SEAL
49-lb bag .....................
$1.33
$1.63
CRACKERS
Snowflake
2-lb box ....................
29c
BEANS
Small white
10 lbs ..........................
43c
TOMATO SOUP
Campbells
3 caqs ............................
...... 20c
PEANUT BUTTER
Maximum
2 lbs ...........................
23c
PEETS SOAP
Large yellow bars
6 for ...........................
19c
MILK
Tall cans
3 for ............................
19c
CHEESE
Whole milk cheddar
Lb. ..................................
17c
COFFEE
Edwards’ De- OC*
pendable. Lb ¿OC
—For Bargains—See Hoffman About It—
TOILET TISSUE'
Comfort, 1000 sheet rolls 9Q„
4 rolls with 150 towels free
Hoffman Hardware Co.
BEER
Brown Derby 22-oz bottles OQ
refund on bottles, 2 for. ..
OLEOMARGARINE
Troco Ip.
Lb.
1OC
PURE HONEY
5-lb pail ..
LETTUCE
Ice packed from Cal.
large solid heads ....
GREEN ONIONS
or RADISHES
4 bunches ..
10c
CARROTS
Fancy, large bunches
3 for
10c
NEW POTATOES
Shafter whites
7 lbs .
25c
DILL PICKLES
Quart
...................
SALAD DRESSING
Pint
15c
PURE LARD
2 lbs ...........................
SHORTENING
4
WANTED— A limited amount
of
Vernonia
Improvement
Bond Coupons. O. D. Lavander,
1024 Col. St.________________ 19*1
WANTED— Cedar poles. Carload
lots bought in mixed sizes, 25
to 50 ft. J. H. Baxter and Co.
of Ore., Clackamas, Ore.
19*6
FOR SALE— Nice fat hens and
fryers for eating purposes,
also kitchen cabinet. Rooms and
apartments to rent. W. O. Por­
terfield, 253 North St.
7
FOR SALE— Household furni­
ture. A. R. Holmes. 2 miles north
of Vernonia.
20*1
FOR SALE— Jersey cow, fresh
in August. $35.00 Inquire 598
A St.
20*1
FOR SALE — FARM LIGHT
PLANT— 1000 watt, 110 volts
A. C. Excellent condition, priced
right. Just what you have been
needing. Address Mrs. Amy E.
Boyd, Knappa, Ore.
20cl
WANTED—Man and wife to live
on place in return for rent, wat­
er, lights and milk. For partic­
ulars see Mrs. J. E. Tapp or
Victor Bergerson.
20*1
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BIDS WANTED
Sealed bids will be opened by
the directors of school District
49, Jt., at 8 p. m. June 15,
1936, in the Beaver creek school
for painting the school building.
The right is reserved to reject
any or all bids.
Chas. Schmidlin
Chairman, School District 49 Jt. ;
ATTEST:
James McDonald, Clerk
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c4ll-In-One
(Patented RANGE
The extension firebox
utilizing the famous
LANG preheat draft
principle, measures 21
inches long by 8 inches
wide by 8 inches deep.
This permits burning 18
inch to 20 inch wood.
The Westwood has the
patented double draft
solid bottom firebox.
The WESTWOOD
has no ash pan allow­
ing the increased 28
inch oven space. Char­
coal waste is burned in
this firebox.
Ranges may be ordered in nickel trim,
in porcelain enamel trim or in all porcelain
enamei in choice of white, apple green,
sandtone or combination of these colors in
two-tone. Ranges may be filled with water
coil, reservoir, electric or gas plate.
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Change of Schedule
Modern Dance
By Three Link Club
Saturday
I. O. O. F. Hall
OREGON MOTOR STAGES
EFFECTIVE MAY 10
Leave from Bush’s Cafe
7:55 a. m. and 4:55 p. m. daily for Port­
land via Timber.
Leave Portland, from Yamhill stage
depot, daily at 9:30 a. m. and 5:15 p. ni.
Call service between Camp 8 and Vernon­
ia.
Sundays Only: 12:30 p. m. for St. Helens.
Leaves St. Helens 3 p. m.
FARE: $2.10 round trip, $1.30 one way
Ride the new Oregon Motor Stages
lbs
49c
2-lbs
49 c
Dinner bell *>E_
2-lbs £«>C
49c
5c
5c
Qt.
.......................
FREE delivery on quantity orders.
We Reserve the Right to Limit Quantities
29c
25c
43c