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THE SCIO TRIBUNE
SCIO. LINN COUNTY. OREGON. JANUARY 2H. 1915
Lady Senator Introdurti Rill
TALK IS SUCCESS
To Organize K. of P. Band
Salem, Jan. 25. Miss Kathryn
Quite a nundier of the memliers
Clark. «mai*>r from !x>uglas county.
of th«* K. of I*, lodge in that city,
at the afternoon sa*SMion introduced
are hand men and a movement ia on
i her first measure. It was a resolu
foot to organise a brass Imnd made
tion authorizing a constitutional
up of the memls*rs of that lodge.
The boys are quite enthusiastic
‘aim*ndm«*nt empowering th«* gover
nor to remove district attorneys.
i aliuut th«* mattrr ami. Th«* Tribune
: sheriff» or constables for derelictions
ho|M*n the effort to organize will I m *
F ki I ic Stiltaii
; of duty, and to fill th«* vacancies by
Scio Meda ami should have a gooil
! brass band. The material ia h«*rv
The resolution is in line of a re
State Capitol, Salem. Jan 25.
Washington. Jan. 25
President * and. with encourag«*m«*nt on th«* part
commendation made by Governor
State Highway Engineer Bowlby.
the first of our citisene, th«* band is sure to i
: Withycomiie in his inaugural ad-
who. at the request of Senator Sam
Get in laiya, vou will
: dress. It was referred to the com-
Garland, mad« an investigation of ; mitt«»* on resolutions.
by »(»caking directly to Pr«*sidrnt j have lots of fun if no other return.
Unn county bridgtm, in a report to
Moore, of the Panama-Pacific Fix po
day says that ljnn county, like
sition in San Francisco
various others, has sustained heavy
Moore, Alexander Graham Hell, the
loss in the construction of bridges i
inventor of the telephone, and Presi
as th«* result of not having them!
dent Vail, of th«* American Tele
built under the supervision of a |
phone & Telegraph Co., on the wire
at different points, th« President'
When informed of the findings I
extended congratulations <>n the!
I we Otlu C(M«n Were Badly OiaigH
Mrs T. I Fattit Has Vary GaU Stems achievement.
today Senator Garland said:
” The report cannot be correct.
"It appeals to th«* imagination to
With Har White legherà
ia th* Battle Cu$t Attack
Tom Butler, who has been supervis
sp«*ak across the continent,” »aid
ing <>ur bridges, building as good
the Pri’si'lent to Mr. Moure. ”1 con-
structures as anybody. He may not
gratulate you on the fine pr<M«p«?cta
have as many Greek, letters la-hind
for a sucwssful exposition. I am |
his name as some others, but hi* has
L>mion. Jan 24
An attempt by
The following report of a very confidently hoping to tak*- (»*»ri in it I
many goml bridges to his credit.
I successful year with white leghorn after th«* adjournm«*nt of congress a G«*rtnan cruiser squadron to re
do not m«*an any disrcs|a*ct to hens will lie of interest to our read May I not M*ml my greetings to lhc||a*at the attack recently mad*1 on
Major Bowlby, but I intend to stand ers. Mrs. Pettit writes:
managerm-nt and to all whose work Scarborough. the Hartlepool» and
by my (aimmissioner, for I lielieve
"I am a great believer in the has made it possible ami toad«* it the I other British coast town* was frus
he knows as much about building white leghorn as an egg produwr great event it promises to I m * and trateli today by the British patroll
bridge» as the state highway engi and I wish to submit to the readers convey my personal congratulations| ing squadron.
of The Tribune a statement of one bi you?”
In a running tigh! the German
Hie president said that he could | armored cruiser Blucher was sunk
The state highway engineer re year's record of sixty hens of this
PAYS GOOD PROFIT
ports that the Stayton bridge cost
$35.317, and that the total lore to
IJnn and Marion counti«»* was $6.
5X7. He says this was an extra
profit to th«* bridge comtamy on
steel, The report continu«**;
"Cost of steel for Stayton. $23.-
660. Dividing the cost of st«*el by
the number of tons in the bridge j
hear Mr. Misire in San Francis«*n ;
twil German liattle cruisers were
Total amount of money received . very distinctly.
| seriously damaged
for eggs, g-37h.65.
The transcontinental servire
Th«* British ships suffered only
Paid for feed ami other supplies, , not I m * established for public ,w’’ slight damage. So far as is known
$125, net profit $145.66. per hen until about March I. It will ' ”’,t I only 123 of the Bluer her's crew of
i $2<>.70 for three minutes converse
Wtf> were savetl.
Total number of eggs laid
i lion lietween New York ami San
A battl«* also occurred between
I Francisco and $6.75 for each addi-
the light cruisers and d«*str«>yvrs
Average per hen 1M6 eggs.
accotnpaning th«* bigger ships, but
we find that the cost per ton f. o.
Highest price for eggs 40 cents
the result of this engagement has
b Stayton was $109.13. In April I per dozen.
not yet r«*ach»d the admirality.
1911 (date of construction) the
Loweat price for eggs 17 cents
Th«* British were superior in shifsi
average price of unfabri<*ated steel per dozen
Scio. January 19. 1915.
•*ngag«d, weight t>f armament and
in Pittaburg was $2X a ton; hence'
High«*sl price for chicken» 20 cts To th** Editor of Th«* Tribune:
sp«*«d. and the flight of the German
at a price of $75 per ton 'he Coast per pound,
I wish to make a statement
Budge Co. could have deliver«*«! this ,
Lowest pnqr for chickens X cents ' through your |>aper of the facta in | »hips into the mine and submarim-
I infi-sted field poasililv saved them
steel. fabricated and ivady for erec- per pound,
regard to the (>ro(>osiil change in a j
from further losses,
lion f. o. b. Stayton for $16.260 and
During this time ten hens were section of road in District No.
allowing 5 per cent for plana, a l<>an«*d ami were out of laying fur for th«* reason that those who are |
reasonable price for th«* bridge was two months.',
$17.076. The actual price was $23,-
Appendi 1 Removed
66<) The important fact is that the ,
count!«*» fond more for the st«*el •
at Stayton than thev
At the local hospital on Turmlay.
should have paid for th«* steel erect- i : Dr». Prill and Dale operated on
•*d complete. They bought th«* steel!
at an excessive price and then had * harl’* I’’**“". oi •>*'*' Larwood,
to go to the additional expense of for appendicitis. The operation was
sueerwful In every («articular ami,
it ia expected, that Mr. Dotezall will
recover promptly from the opera
For all Kind* of •
go to th»*
High«*«t market prier pawl for
Beef Fat Hogs.
Meats aoldat the Io weal pnee
commensurate with good »tuff
Cash paid for Hidra
Will Dedicate Cattle HaU
carrying th«* remonstrance are mi»-!
reprewnting the facts
This is our!
on account of
petition. I went
Hop Grower* A boot Organised
The livid workers of the Oregon
The first was bait |
Growers Association have about
posting the second ’ competed their work and a mass
to John Shimanek, [ meeting will be held at the commer-
their lewder, asking him what stand
p,uh Skdem. on Saturday. Jan.
he would tak«* toward th«* change in I *W* *1 I P m. to fully inform tlw
the read, provided that I would fi»- grewere of the state of the c*ndl*
troduce a reaolution at the mreting. *‘on °f affair» in Oregon. Hashing-
authorizing the grading and gravel-, b* an*l I alifornia. This meeting
mg of th.- road from Kalk's to th.- I means much to th«* grower and th-w
Miller bridge an*i this, in his own who have not signed up are very
words, was tip* pledge he made me •«rnretly requested to he at this
”if vou do that. Mr. Pettit. I with- j meeting to have the matter fullv
draw all opposition to that road. I ¡explalrwd to them
wdl do more than that
I will sav Feel that no grower should miss this
to the boys, gosh darn it. they are meeting as it means much to every
going to get their road l^t’s move individual grower.
Oregon Hop Growers Assn. i
the school h«uae too.” I introduc
Fred N. Stump, 8ecv
ed the resolution. It carried and
$1.25 THE Y FLAK
FOR WESTERN ORE
Tbs lega« Rivai Yallay Will Raisa Ika
Buts G m H Rail land is
Portland. Or. Jan. 25. The farm
land bureau of the Oregon State
Immigration Commission is reeeiv-
ing a good many inquiries in regard
to the poaubility of renting gmx|
farm land, and nearly all these in-
qtiiri«*» come from practical. ex|>er-
lencivt farmers wh<> arc not at this
time financially abb* to purchase
land. The bureau ia now planning
to a<id this rental feature to it»
other work and would like, as anon
as possible, to mak«* up u generous
list of such offerings. No f«»-» or
eummimions of any kind will I hi
charged ami in all raacs the relia
bility and film*»» of th« applicant
will I m * carefully investigat«*d.
Farmers and landowners through
out the state who have land which
they have no present uh «*, and who
would like to derive an income from
such acreage, are invited to write
to J. W. Brewer, manager of th«*
farm land bureau, at Portland for
blanks on which to list such holdings.
If present plan* do not, miscarry,
Oregon will In a «hurt time I m -listed
among the important migar-produr-
ing state» of the Union
F a *tern Oregon has been more or
I«*» active in the raising of sugar
beets for a number of yearn, it is
only recently that the movement has
extended to the Willamette valley
and the counties in the south end of
acres have ls<en signed up within
the tauit few days in the vicinity of
Medford and Granta Pure. i A cor-
(Miration liuckcd by Oregon, Cali-
fornia and Utah capital has i f»*«*n
formed to carry through the pro
Special TaliHu* Mat tint
A special meeting of the Scio
Mutual Telephon«? tompany wax
held in this city yesterday, The
company voted to surrender the
commercial line to Jefferson to the
Northwestern people, they to keep
the line in first clam condition. The
line is tn revert to the Scio Mutual
whenever the Northwestern fails to
keep to the conditions of the trans
An auditing committee, consisting
of J. B. (.ouev. E. C. Peery ami E.
D Myers was also elected.
ls*onidas lawige No. 36. K of P.
Germany Seises Wheat
are making arrangermmts to «iedi
cate their castle hall, on the evening
; of February 2. Invitations to the
Berlin, Jan, 26- All stocks of
grand officers and to ncighliormg
wheat have lM*»*n seiz«*d by th«* Ger
lodges have I wen extended and a
man government according to the
general lovefeast for the order is yet. in l«*as than one week Mr. Shi
official statement in order to safe
guard the bread supply until the
manek was carrying a remonstrance
against the road
E C. Peery, president of the* con-
Thia measure. It is said, was mad«*
We lost the second petition on ac
Amsterdam. Holland. Jan. 25
denaery. sells a large amount of the
count of asking for the vacation and |A (»■legram received here from Her- . neevsaaty by the fact that the peo
product of the condenser? in Loa
location uf a road in the same peti Jin seta forth that in the Province ple haw failed to economize.
Angeles and vicinity. Yesterday he
of Brandenburg, in which Berlin is
revivol liack a check on a Lmr
Before starting with the third located, there have I wen called up to the population of the various
beach firm, which he had receive«)
petition. We went to them and tried for medical examination the50-y<*sr communities.
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j in payment for a shipment of milk,
to get them to meet with us In a old untrained men of the lands
the »am«* having l>«*vn protested and
Mason, brother of D P,
friendly spirit and see if we could turm.
the charges for the protest was $6
Alhany. has been appoint
not bury <>ur differences and work
These are men of the IMIfi. 16X7 ed and continued postmaster of
which the condense ry company will
1 have to pay.
j and 1MXX classes.
(Continued on pagr 41