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THE SCIO TRIBUNE
FIFTY YEARS AGO
DO ÍT NOW
MANY HENS EGGS
ARE LOST YEARLY
The prearnt high prire« at which
grain is being sold as c«»mi»ar»*,l
T. U PtJtJGKR. Kl'tTOK aNt> PBOT
with the prices for many years,
reminds one of the price rondition»»
Entered at th«» mMtoffice al Scio. of fifty years ago, when wheat was
Orrjron as acconti ciana matter.
worth 92.50 ¡*<*r busin-l
derlying cause for th«* high price«
MÜBMI HimoN. IN AllVANl'K
91.25 then as now, was war.
Dr T. K. Sanderson
If farmers or others, who con
template buying building material,
fencing, machinery of any kind,
wagons, buggies or even house sup-
plM*, would twrchasi* them at ones*
01 tfct $519011 Ml U 700.08t.000
ami pay cash therefor. **ur strin
gency <>f times would evasi* at
200000 000 Art iKt la
Money is valuable to a community
The tM*vmnmg of th«* end of our
AT KNI* <* YKAB
Wilts YOl WANT
it can do!
great civil war was at hand. Ge©-1 only when it is moving.
Plumbing or Tinning
rral («rant was then forging the you or anyone else no good if it,
liens of th»1
New York. Jan I
chains whi«*h were fa»t«*n«*d s I m » ui li«<s idle in the old stocking or the
I United State« lay between OSgO.tMM).-
L aw ' s army with a d«*alh grip and tiunk. I'nh-as it k«s*|M moving, men
which grew tighter an«l tighter to! cannot |>ay th»*ir debts, t
I KED OHULMIER
every year, and of that tremend«iu»
Ixcal advertising. per line
5n«rth M» «W tive* Rn4e*
culminate in its ■
»ml» m ar«* al a standstill and buatness gen- ■(
. num>w*r of t-wf* 9200,000 tstn worth
lliaplay advertising. per mch
10c Atiril at
(rt-re-raL erally is depressed
Hi« Exprrh-nce is Worth Motley
Much of the so-called hard lim«*» j are eith«*r destroyed in transit
Display a<iverti«mg. long lime, see Sherman ha»l completed hu metnot- j
lietween the m*«t and ihr retailer or
abl«* march to the *••» and wa*j ami m«»m*> stnngencv 1« in our |
We concludt- that thefina><-! I are ruinwi by improper handling
FlxU»nde«l marriag«* or d«*ath notice» al »out to undertake th«' march minds
That was port <»f th«- testimony
3c northward, pripartid to crush any ci al outi«M»k is not g»»«i ami we clnsr
giv.*n by William Msnn an attorn* s
Special ratea on long lime display hostile army which would dare to ; our pura-s to all expenditures not
The result is etn|doy«M by th«* New Y<»rk Central
lines to determine w hy such Inrg»-
Th«* rcla'lliim was <*<>ni,u«*r«-d I m *- " hard tin»«*« " On the other haml
were made by commission
I’rewidcnt if we all would uml«*rtake <*»mlrm- men for damaged eggs.
j ¡ilatcd imbrovements, buy the ma-
Lincoln was lust completing his first
r rhim*. wagon or whatever we need.
MERCHANT SHIPS term and was inaugural««! th«- - th*- haid tmiev. buggai«»» would lie mb» th«» butler an<J egg industry <>f
s«»c>n<i time before th«- surrender of
Lee's army aiui th«* crushing of i ! curtailed imdantcr
“An estimated low* of 95''.< mm '.< mhi
Th«* Tribune <I« mw not blame any.
One of the chief measures mm ariiMvl resistance to the flag
worth of egg» in the United Stat«*»
before congrran, in the purchase of assassination of th-* great emanripa-| om* for being «-c<»n<>tnical ami pro*
results from mtdl«**» breakage in
a merchant marine by the govern lor occurred <>n the evening oi
handling, while a loss of 9150.000.-
moot President Wil*>-n. when mid April 14 ami hi» death early on th. I” -fl« -M- ml rmmey needlessly But
annually re»ults from unneces
I ; 1 it ' does
s - - the
mg his only political address nine following morning.
sary addling, spoiling arid d«-t«*nora-
his inauguration, Ia»t week at Indi
During th«.- year. n«*arly all of the I
W«- ar»- installing a Roller
tmim" if Un * would purchlM- what tion of good egg» du«* to improper
ana|*oli*. placed ¡»articular »in
volunteer Union tr<M«|Hi were dis- !
Grinder, which will
upon the importance to the people charged st*d sent to their homes they need and pay spot rash for it.
us to do Custom
Money is al>«*luU*ly valuel«*as while
of thin nw-asur«- ami indicated that
This writer, lx-ing of the numi«!, I
very short notice
it remains inactive in your pockets
he would uw all bin influence to
was mustered out of th«- service Illi
dealers outside of th«* city made a
or in the bank
If you owe a debt
have the measure enacted into la»
Call and givt* us a trial.
the month of August.
busmess of buvmg at a small price
nt the present aesaion.
While the prices of gram, scemi«
eggs that w» r« not fit for u*<.
Th«m he can |»av
The policy of government ownv«i bound sky want at th«* preas*nt time : money, pay it.
shipping them to agents in this city,
and operated merchant v«-»--l». right m<*l other comm«Mliticn which gnj someone he owes and the “hard
who then tiled large claims against
times’* buggaboo is dispell«*.! at
at the present time, is of great mg
to mak«* up a living, have noil
the railroads for damage«
Phone Ind. 33»!
n I licence
Presumably, if the gov materially increased
firms, he said, had depmtled for
ernment owned and operated a Im» ago. th«* price of every commodity j
their profits u|»»n th«* damage» they
or lines of freight carriers at the was high, much higher than th.
The Tribune is in receipt of the could collect from railroads. “The
present time, the freight charge- present colloMsaJ war will pr.dmbly ',M*’•nnu*1 message <»f Governor
T he S cio T ribunk
hen invariably lays a g<»»«l egg.” he
would I m - bam-d upon th« cost of cause
That our n-aders may b«- w«* »«
Oregon legislature The said, “but one in every 10 is broken
fl.25 the year
operation plus the interest on th« able tn make a comparimm of th«- document is a plain statement of
in shipment, and thre«* an- so badly
investment and plus a reasonable prices then and now. we quote a
feature* of tne slate handb-d they are stale, so that six
GiVt-H .ill the news all the time
margin of profit
Manifestly it few of them, from memory Wheat government, is candid and the re-
of every 10 eggs reach the con
would be unjust to private freight 92 50 per bushel ami readied 93 «»mmendatioa* for future Mtion of
Try it. you’ll I m * satisfmd
carriers for the government to do before th** decline began
lorn 91 ln*' ••giAt“»'* ar* of a very sens-
Hut, the government tn9llo; fat hogs 10 u. 12 rent» aide, practical nature. Governor
Subscribe for The Tribune. $1.25
Wood taken on subscription at
ships would serve as a freight regu per pound, live weight. An ordì
««ate paper, certainly the year.
lator, which would make the present narv resiM»ctablc suit of dothre 450 reflects honor upon himaeif and an
excessive tonnage charges imp» to ffio. A pair of shop made I mm » ì »'. **»•**«< dedre to advance the pub*
9Di to 925. Unroastvd coffee so lie*« interesta in every soma,
UMIIR) KVKBY TH I RMPAY BY
Scio Feed Co
I lour. Mill l eed
Grain, Hay and
1 ’oultry Supplies
SCIO FEED CO
With a tonnage freight rate of
from Ki to 50 shilling* from Port
land to l»ivrrpool. England, a freight
rate which the government ship«
would enforce wheat, instead of be
ing worth 11.35 per bushel f. o. b
Portland, would ba worth at least
91.75 per bushel.
now get any tonnage freight rates
cents ¡»er pound. Farm laborers I
from 935 to 950 per month untili
the return of the soldier boys.
when the decline in labor sm>n
Should the r.ur<»|M*an uar n>n-
tinue for Minor month« or year«,»
which arem» an impossibility, we I
are lik«*ly to have almost civil war '
If the members of the legislature
wh,rh m"' M<”“’*’*
<»< <*ono">v ami retrench-
rnvnl, they will du much toward«
rtmtor’ng the Oregon legidatUre in
* - a
the c»>nndencg* of <»f the people. The
people expect that <>ur Linn cuuntv
members will make good
prires for grain before th«* eml of i
City Health Notice
But it is going to I m * a difficult the prevent year. I mired. such I
matter to get congress to enact this prices woultl obtain now. if <x*»*an I
law. All congressmen who opptwr freights hat! not la»en multiplmd
Any ¡»-rson or hrs,I of family,
government ownership and all th«- two or thr«*e times
Our farmers having any contagious disease in
influence of private ownel ships, will tie wise if they mak«- wheat th«* family and wh<- fails to report
will fight th«- adoption of the meas th«*ir principal grain crop this year, ! the same within ten hours to th«*
ure to the finish. Th«* vast majority for all indication* point to good I county or city health officer are
of the republican memls-rship of ¡»rices when the coming crop is subjected to fin«*.
congress also, will oppose the m«*a* harv«*»t«*d. Other commodities ar**
Any iM*rson having such disease
lire for political reasons - just be likely to be increased somewhat in or rec»»vering from th*» same, are
cause President Wilson is so pronu «yrnjuithv with grain, but nothing not allowed to appear in any public
redly in its favor.
n«*ar the prie«*» which prevailed at piare, street or public gathering ua-
Th«- Tribune believes th«* govern the clone of the civil war. There is recover.«! ami properly disinfected Ì
ment should undertake the owner
ship of any kind of property wh«-n
it is an ua«*d by privet«* owners that
it becom«** opresaive to th«* people
in general Thin is particularly true
as applte«l to th«* railroads. steam
ships, express com|>aniea and the
tel«*graph While the incorporations
cngag«*»i in the above lines of busi
ness are «mtitlcd to a reasonable
profit, they should not I m * allowed I
no existing cause to greatly increase under ¡»enaltv.
Copied from State and Qtv Health !
the foreign war. alone, prevents laws.
them fnsn becoming cheaiwr.
While war is a deplorable affair,
When you want printing done/
be it wherever it may. the United *h,‘ b»r»«i that is pl«*asing to the eye. ■
States is fortunate to not he in The Scio Tribune offire is the plare I
volved ami to be in a position to t<> get it. We always please.
benefit from the
misfortun«*» of never disappoint.
We occupy just the
reverse of fifty years sg<>
to so monopolise their undertakings i Europe was fattening from our
that they become oppressive to the misfortune and now w«* are r«»aping
profits iM-eause of her troubles.
We hop«* that congrcm will enact
the »hip purchase bill
As a matter of course. President
such government owned ships should i Wilson's Indianapolis «¡M*»*«*h d»>rs
be tied up in docks
The mere fact n<»( suit the Oregonian. Anything
that they were ever ready to «*nter labelled “democratic" arouses that
into the carrier buMiwtsn. would hold paper's ire. at ouce. But the speech
private owners down to reasonable will suit the desires of the general
t maaac« of the people, for all that.
Scio Livery and Feed Stables I
Having lately purcham-d these »fables, it is our
aim to conduct a first ciaiw livery and fee«! stable
in every re»,a»ct
We are adding new teams
and rigs which, with accom»siating and courteous
service, we f««el sure will app«-ai to the fiublic.
Hacks meet all trains
Rigs for commercial
men a specialty.
Our price» are ictus »liable
<i »«■■><' a <■■> o a
while they last
y **0 v
choice numbers both in the
Money can't buy Glasses
tu)o and three minute records
1 his is a bargain that you
Dr. M. L. Morris
cannot afford to let pass.
E. C. PEERY, DRUGGIST
The ‘ll'u.11 Store
At Seis Hetsl twice each wsath.
SEE HIM JANUARY 25
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