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THE SCIO TRIBUNE
LINN COUNTY TIMBER
OF SMITH CO. SOLD
SCIO. LINN COUNTY. OREGON. MARC H 11. 1915
Moon Due te Misbehave
HELD VOID DY COORT
Jokcmak'-rs have paragra|»h««l at
length remcerning the moon'» ex-
«-mpiarv liehavior in the month of
February ju»t na.«m-d. for during
that month the moon was at no
I Oilrairt Cia*wy lip a Tract at time full the first time since |M4fi SntMK Cmellitid al Tracts l«W by
Now they have the privilege of
U m i »4 L mi Unbif It Ml
45,405 Acras PiRt Far it
putting the reverie- English upon
' the time-honor«I whver«* and de-
plorv the rakish behavior of the
moon during the month of March,
Washington. March H. Th«* su
Paper» were filed in the county for having pas««! February safely.
recorder'» office Saturday for a deal ' it makes up for lost time by appear preme court sustain«-»! today the
that may mean much to thia section ing full twice within the present cancellation of patents to aom«- 40
tracts of tiimber land in I Jnn coun
of the state. The C A. Smith month.
ty. held by the Linn and I An«- Tim
Timber Company. of Mmneapolia.
Such behavior might tjerhaj« lx-
haa »old its entire holding» in thia forgiven, inasmuch as this is the ber Co., of which C. A. Smith, of
county, consisting of about 45,405 first time it has happened in H9 Minneapolis. own«*«! practically all
acres of fine timber land for a price veers and it may not hapjwn again the stock. Fraudulent entry was
which the revenue stamps indicate within the memory of men no< (charged.
This decision returns land in lunn
to l>e 1147,500, there being 1147.50 living
lame re>unli«-s value«! at 1750,-
worth of war tax sticker» on the
to the government
Goethals to Go in Year
The land is sold subject to mort
of the field division of the United
gage covering a tmnd issue on which
Panama. March 9. Major-Gener-
! States land office, who ha» lx«-n
Ironds are outstanding in the sum of
al (•«M-thals. governor of the Panama
eonn«M*trd with the caw- since it was
11,300,000. Thia body of timber
Canal Zone, in a H|x«-ch at the an
. instituted by John McCourt in N«e
has been transferred from one hold
nual l>aii<|uet of the society of the
> vember, 1908
The marge made
ing company to another in which
t'hargres. ann«iuncvd his pr--liable
: bv the government was that th«-
the C. A. Smith Co. has been inter
retirement as governor within a
I lands were obtain«-«! by fraud, that
ested several times in the past, but
; the defemianta conspire«! to defraud
it looks like thia last transfer is
He said he had request««! that he
I by procuring people to file « mi th«-
genuin«-. Th«* Continental Timber
lie relieve»! in favor of a younger
land» and lh«-n transfer title to
I<and Co., of Delaware-. is a new
man and that the request undoubt
corporation which was organize«!
edly would be grant««!.
In the first trial in th«- Unite«!
last Decvmb«-r. and in the light of
district court here 37 claims
th«- recent financial difficulties of
Butter Making Improves
11.25 THE YEAR
P. H. Maclh»nal«i gave a "5<M>"
party to his numerous Scio fri«*n«is.
Wrelncwlay evening A most delight
ful time is reportrei
MacDonald serve«! refreshments to
the "stags "
Roll Morris won the grand prixe
and Dr. Samicrson easily won the
The following were present*
Frank Gill. O. B Cyrus. Carl
Cyrus. Ed Myers. Dr. Hobson, John
K«-lly, Dr. Prill, W. E. Crown. Dr
Sanderson, Chas Warner, E C
Peery, llenrv Stepanek, Joe Wesely,
Ethel Arnold. John W«-»«*ly, John
Sucha, Walt Bilyeu, Fred Jones.
Ih-an and Roll Morris, and A. E
Saturday, March 13
Good Music will
== Ticketo 75c=
Stanatmi. PtastilaKi and Mardai Rif«.
Massas Gaadtd to Loot aad
Washington, March 7. Th«* situa
tion in Mexico City was dtracrilied
tonight bv high official-« here* as ex
ceedingly serious. Starvation con
fronts th«* pooulace if (¡«Qeral Obr«*-
gon slays, it wax reported, and
rioting i» niu <I to I m - imminent if he
evacuatra the city Then* was some
I talk among diplomats of th«- |x««Hihi-
lily of intervention, perhuiw. by a
reialition of S«»uth American powers,
I but this was discount«**! l«*cauM* of
On Wedmwday. citiiensof District
g«-ographical and other obstacles to
15 met at R. Shelton*d other to «lis-
a satisfactory plan <-f pr«>re«lure
tribute the road fund in a«-re>rdan«*e
At practically all the t-mliaiMiee
with the wish«-« <>f the general tax
and legations here dispatch«*« that
meeting held last D«»ceml>er
had be«*n receivrel up tonight from
Committee yeiMirted that S164M
Mexire» City told of a de»|»*ratr con
had lieen raisrel by donation and the
dition of affairs, th«« story of which
purpose is to raim- |ZtM»i
has lieen surpr«*«MM| by th«* rigid
to lie expended on the side roads
cvnsorship maintained at Vera Crux
leading into Scio In addition fl 000
: by the Carranza authorities.
of the munty fund will I m * um-1 on
Such dispatch«-« as have recently
th«»«* side roads, which has been
gotten through say Mexico City 1»
raised bv the special 5-mill tax levi-
¡hungry and that starvation for
•-«I in Ihwember.
| thousand» would not lie surprising
Work is now in progress on th«*
> if relief does not come soon. Car-
Grime« hill lietwevn Sci«> an<| Shel
I ranxa'a order to <>br«*gon prohibit-
It is ex|M-ct«-d that th«* Mor
! ing the ¡»»pulace from using the
gan hill will al»o l-r put in g-xxl
I money issue«! by Villa on hi» depar-
1 ture has made many |H-ople iienni-
At least $500 will lie expend««! on
the Scio-J or dan road, in addition to
Bread ia almost
the appropriation al«>ve statrel.
Many Itakeri«*» are putting out bread
It is verv evi«l«-nt that the citixrna
| mad«- of bran an«! extortionate prices
of District 15 are determiiH«! to
are* chargi-»! for IL < 'harcual is um*d
have good roads an«! ar«* willing to
, for cooking an«! is sold for 15 pesos
tax themselves to get them.
'a sack, where it was formerly »old
* for one peso.
Rumors of the wildest ehaiacter
\ often spreads through V«-ra Crux.
Recently there- was a rr|»>rt that
la-su-r Doloroaky is working for | British marines had been land<«l at
Another was that the
Metwr» P«»n«-ll ami Philippi are Washingt«»n government has sent an
improving their farm by »lashing ultimatum to Carranza and still an
brush, building wire fenct-s, new other that France an«l Great Britain
gate«, etc., am! will sow some forty were urging StMiin into active inter-
acres to grain.
were forfeited. The defense apts-al-
th«- C. A. Smith Co., the present deal
« m ! and McCourt adilwi in eight more
has genuine ap|M*aran<v».
Mason Qty, la.. March *J. The claims to the original 37 Th«- Unit-
understood, however, that the com
cooperative creameries of th«- «»un . «-d Slatra circuit court of ap|«eal»
pany's present stringency is only
try are largely r«*»|ionaihle for the forfeited ail th«* 45 claims, and it ia
temporary, and that interest« in th«-
progress of the present day in niar- i lielieved by U. S. District Attorney
vast have gone to their assistance .
k'-ting of dairy producta, acre>rding lb*am«-a that the »upreinv court has
In effect the company was property
poor, and the r «-re-tit low prices of to E. J Holmers, before the Nation . u(>h«*l<l the decision of the court of
al Creamery Butter Makers associa appeals.
lumber together with heavy over
tion this aftern«H»n.
head exp«-n«rs cause the difficulty.
The butler maker has become a
The Smith Cn'a mills at Marshfield
proft-saional man, and the science
are the largest and fin«*»t on the
has improved to surh an extent in
the United States, he said, that this
It 1» not known whether or not
| country 1» on a l»ar with the iwst
the new owners of the IJnn county
butter making countries of the
tract will cut and market it or hold
it for »ta-culation, but renewed world.
activities in the timber market and
Grrtts Stas Wetli leflictmt Credit te
"People wh«» leave Albany after a
recent orders living placed with
hfctarc lecai Speikers eed
coast mills gives rise to the belief visit always d«*clare thia is the most
hospital city anywhere on the t>all.'*
that they mav erect a mill near the
I —Allmny liemocrat.
land in the near future. Albany
h-mnitals have you over there, Fred?
: We thought that, with your splendid
The lx-banon Paper Mill Co are-
The exercises at th«- public »eh<M»l
sewer system and the careful care
their wood down the cre-ek.
of Dr. Davis. h«*akh officer, that building last Thursday morning re-
miu I twelve men areemploye«! ami
Albany was one of the most h«-slthy th-cted credit on both teacher» and
Don't fail to see "Charlie's Aunt"
pupils. The program, while brief, fast time is Iteing make owing U>
towns of the state
at the opera house on Wedn**w!ay,
the high water.
I was well executed
March 17. Ten pe«>pie, three big
A lunilier man from Albany haa
Tx»ngfrllow‘s Hiawatha" render
We have a few No. 40 Oliver
Admission 25 and 35 cents.
for a considerable amount
Chill plow» at a very l«»w price.
Clark am! W. I.
Come in and see us before- you buy
drive them down
Smith, the primary teacher, to be
elsewhere. Chas Wesely
fall tn the C A
specially fitted for her work.
will lie »hip
if you want the Ore-gonian, the
The aoios by E. J. Shumaker wa»,
Journal or the Telegram, we will re-re-ivr«i with applause
furnish it to you at leas than maker ha» rare talent as a barihMie
Claude (ximpton and R E Peery
'bargain day" rates, providing you ■oloiat and could eaaily make good journey«-«! bi 1-elmnon Saturday, re
are a subscriber tn The Tribune
in any company.
E. C. Peery made a short, but
Virgel Garland left for Eastern
Sami Ewing, of near Portland, interesting talk on "The practical
Oregon last week.
came up last week to visit his son, •ide of an education" after which a
Mr» Orpha Garland was called to
W. A. Ewing. Mr. Ewing has not song by Miss Freeman's pupils clos
Portland last week to attend her
entirely recovered from a few days ed the exercisM
grandson who ia seriously ill.
at the hospital last fail.
The apparent harmony and good
John Gumm was laid tn rest in
will among the teachers and pupils
E C. Stewart, a Sodaville farmer is a sure index of good work being Providence cemetery Sunday after
The Dance will begin at 8
in the overturning of a wagon load accompiiahed in all departm«*nta and noon.
o'clock sharp and ends when
ed with poles, last Monday, was so goes to ahow that Scio is fortunate
A shadow social was held at the
your Feet gives out.
badly crushed that his death is in having an excellent corps of teach- Bergen school house, last week. Al
probable from internal injuries.
era to direct the work of our schools. Robbins aaslsted by Rex Peery.
furnish««! several cornet selection»
Mr» IJIlie Hibler. of Seattle,
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Plummer
A very fine entertainment waa given
•pent a short time in this city this turned from an Albany trip
under the direction of Miss I »la
wra»k on a vieil with home folks.
Westinghouse, the teacher
THE PUBLIC SCHOOL
EXERCISES A SUCCESS
MEXICO CITY IS IN
Jerry Keeney, a prominent Sweet
Home stockman, sja-nt Sunday in
thia city visiting friends. With him
came his two C«>lli«-a, Ben and i’lidd.
Ben is a remarkahlv well train««!
stock dog an«! knows something
more than his master about driving
Pudd is but a nuppy, now
to lie the o«|ual if not the superior
of Ben. for general utility pur
• I .«I— I—a
Perry Mauz*-«-, wh«> haa charge of
the fair grounds, has several horsra
ready to tram as «» mi as th«- track
can he gotten in sha|n*
One of hie
horses, in particular, ia as hand«>me
as a bird and promises to !*- speedy.
It >s worth any « mnm ' s while to go
out and let "Bill** show you the
Mrs. Henry Stepanek entertained
the Silent Workers club Tu«-«iay
evening. They di»p««nare! with work
and played '*500'* until the lights
went out. Mrs. Ollie MacDonald
won the gran-1 prixe and Mr». Fred
Jones won the boobe
elegant lunch was served.