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THE SCIO TRIBUNE
SCIO. l.INN COUNTY. OREGON. MARCH IM. lHlfi
SELECTION OF UNE
IN ALASKA STAYED
61.26 THE YEAR
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Mr*. T. K. Sanderson aad
Mr* E. H. Babson Entertain*
Mrs T K Sanders«« ami Mrs.
E H Holieon «*ntertain<cd a number
I of their frkmds Monday afternoon
PRICE OF FOOD IN
VIENNA IS DOUBLED
By Governor'* Edict
RAISES OVER $3500
Salem. Match 12. Ihs-larlng that
th«« n«*vds of cl«*aning and renovat
ing is «-specially sp(*arent in the
Th CMKtfictiM Wirt is lAtlj ti It
Th Surrt SncrlitiM Arwsts th spring in all branches of life. Gov Illi Poop!« it District Mr 31 Srtscnbi
''600** was playcsl at five laide*.
ernor Withy combe has wuel a pro
Btftntd Until Atttr Cwgrtss
ladtfartiM ■ Capitals il
Citi Md Lata Ftr Seed
Mr*. A. G. Prill secured the first
clamation designating the week of
May 4 to II as "cl«*anup week.”
ed the consolation. Refreahnnmta
urging all Oregonians to devote this
were serve,) by th*- hostess«*». A
period of improving th«- ¡thyiacal ap-
must enjoyable time is rv|iorU<*l.
Washington. March 13 Selection i
Venice, March 15, Intelligence l» aranc«- of their property ami com-
Itoad Sutw-rvisor J^»l«*igh Harold,
Those pr«wenl were: Mesdam«*»
of a route for th«- government rail-
reaching hen* from Vn-nna show« niunitn-a. This was done at th«* re- ¡of Kingston, has su<W«^»l in inter
E H Holiwin. Emma Cyrus, J. 8. >
r->a«l in Alaska ami beginning of
that many articl«*s of «tally food have qurat of th«- 'Iregon Federation of esting th«* citiiens am) properfy
i Stieha, John Wew-ly, J«w Wearly, ;
In making it th«*
active construction work probably
more than double«) in price in th«* Women's Cluiwi
owners of his district, number 30,
A G Prill. Fre«l Jones. Ed Myers,
will tie deferred until congrewi re-
Austrian capital since the war In-gsri
in the building of solid crushed rock
l’ha» Warner. R. Shelton. Fr»*«f am) that secret speculation in f«w««i-| advised th«* governor that, in co
asm-mhies, according to best infor
road. Seven sabecriplion agreements
1 Bilyeu. Frank Gill, P. II. McDonald,
mation now obtainable
stuffs has ar<>use«l th«* indignation operation with the state btvartl of were fil««l with County Clerk Ruseell
J Henry Stepanek. E. C. Peery. E. G.
While l*r«**i<lent wilson has lieen
of the people in both Vienna ami health, it plans to follow the ex today, aggregating in cash am) lalwir
'Arnold. A Hugvy, M Harm-«, Maud
ampl» set by a numlier of states
conferring with Secretary Lane ami
I 63527. Road district N«> 30, which
with members of the Alaska Rail tlollaml. A E. E>lwarda. T K.
Authoritative <|ii>>tati<>i>« of the by having th«- (ample of the stat«* lies in the northern part of Unn
; Sanderson. Miaa Grace Gill ami Mias
road Commission ami has been going
Vienna markets are flour, M cents a i clean up.''
county, and runs up to the* bridge
over the report of that cumniisuon,
pound, driet) peas. 11 cents. I corn-
crossing th«* Santiam river nt Stay
there is doubt in the minds of ad
par«*«i to 4 cents last July); »¡«lit
ton, believes in good r<Huls
ministration officials whether they
;ieas 15 cents; lar<) 40 cents; eggs
only have the people named in th«*ae
can accomplish much this wasoii
3 ami 4 cents apiece, Beef is aidl*
lists aut>scrllM»l cash ahil lalmr, but
other than to continue surveys and
ing at from 26 to 30 cents a pound,
they havt already voted a special 5
possibly undertake construction of a
while pork brings from 24 to 40 cis
mill tax, which adds 61.899 65 to
subsidiary railroad, which may I m -
Th«- consumption of hone* flesh is
theie fuml, I m »ides the regular road
built from Ship creek to the Mata-
steadily increasing, It costs from MoMpUat Cfvmplts i» I 3000
tax. amounting to 6940 82
nuska coal field
10 to 16 rents a (>ouml. <*oin(*arv«l i
total amount at th«- di»|>««ial of
Indemnity Pit Up Ali» tl th Nrithrr
Otsciat-PifpittictiM Or if
It is generally believer) the report
to 8 «rents last summer.
Supervisor Haruki is 66.376.47. un
of the Alaska railroad commission
Ctitl-Onlt is Raised by
g«»«) showing for a
justifies purchase by th«- government
An Exciting Runaway
district the siz«* of this one. and
of both th«* Copper River ami Alaska
r«-ft«-cts cri-dit u;*>n th«* progressive
Northern railroads. Secretary Ixme
of the p««oplv of that com
When Tkl Flemming's four-horse
San Francisco, March 14. The
IM-rsonally inclines to the belief
team had been unloaded at the con- spectacular career of Lincoln Bea-
W’ashirigton. March IS Ih-mands
that the government should buy
Includ«*) in the* suisteription lists
deitaery last Sunday, the horses bo- chey. one of the moat daring nf
both roads and monopolize rail by the United Slates government came frightened and proceethd to
toda> is one from th«* businews
American aviators, was ended today
transportation in Alaska But there upon General Salazar, the Zai-ata make things lively.
Stayton. amounting to 6l<8)
In circling when he fell to his death at th*
is doubt in the mimis of administra commamler in Mexico City, for the aroumt the driver was dumped off
there being 38 signers of
Panama Pacific Exposition in plain
wheth«*r there is punishment of soldiers who munler- the seat, the tongue ami coupling
sums from 65 to 625.
sight <>f thousands of s|M<ctators.
authority at thia time to contract ed John B McManus, an American of the wagon were broken, one of
Brachey was completing his sec
for and make partial payment on citizen, ami the ¡aiymrnt of ad«-quate i the wheel horses was thrown in such
peopk* of that place will get their
ond flight of the day at 3:46 p. m.
either or Ixith thew* roads, when compensation to McManus' family a manner that his hind fret were
when the fatal accident occurred. money luu-k many tim««« in Increus-
congress has appropriated only 62.-
thrust a front wh«-el of the wagon
The accident was attributed to •v) trade that the road will bring to
000.000 for use thia year, there be Villa.
and was dragged several yards.
the fact that Ih-wchry entrusted his them
"As Villa an«l Za|iata" said Secre
ing a general law which prohibits
Most of the lists specify the places
This weight so impeded the speed life to« I ay for the first time to a new
executive officials from contracting tary Bryan, ‘have I wen co-operat of the team that the runaways were
the aulMcrib«*<i funds are to
monoplan«- and an exceptionally
for properties coating more than ing. I thought it was a good idea to checked by a number of person»
but it is all in district
large crowd was attracted to see
make representations to Villa
congress has appropriate«)
for solid crual«-«i
. i who were near. The horse which whether hr wouhl attempt the same
well, so that the offenders w«>ul«l be
, had served the purpose of a brake, breath-taking stunts in the new
when released, did not app«-*t to In- machine that had made his trim lit
The secretary U-l«-gra|die<l to Geo.
seriously injured, nor was the driver tle bt-plam- famous
C. Carothers. American consular
Mr Flemming's son. Several spokes
Mrs. Jam«» Mason Smith di**d
The machine was at an altitude
agent accom;>anying Villa, the sub
were broken in one of the rear of about 8000 feet when Beachev
March 11. 1U1S.
She was born <»n
stance of th«- message which hail
wheels, the coupling pole ami tongue shut off his power. For avverai
November 26. 1837, in South Barn
previously lieeii srnt to Mexico Qty,
both broken, was the extent of Ihf hundred foot the machine dropptsi
Mra. Vivian Bilyeu gave a birth
bridge. Chenango county. N. Y.
with instructions to lay the matter
lame to Oregon May. 1N9I and tat
dinner last Sun<lav to a numla-r
hva«i on for th«- earth and then th«i
before General Villa and urge his
tled in Shelburn. Seven children
friends ami relative«. After
aviator gra.«|M*<i his control lepers to
prompt attention. As finances of
were liorn. four of whom are living.
adjust the plan«-» for the graerful dinner all assembled <>n the law and
the Villa-Zapata government practi
Iwwis, of Alliany, Luther, of De
decent which characterize«) his pre had their (»icturcs ma>le in a group.
cally have been in control of General
troit. and Mrs. Albert Norris, of
Those present were: l>r. and Mrs.
IzMt Thursday when G. E. Kalk. vious flights.
Villa himwdf, the question of an
Shelburn. One staler. Mra. E. D.
who lives on the W«*m*ly farm, was
At this instant the wings crump A. G. Prill. Mra V. A McKnight,
indemnity to the family of McManus
Hogadone of Grand Rapids, Mich.
handling his Jerary bull, the nos«- led like a collapsed umbrella and Mr and Mr*. W F. Gill, Mr, and
it is believed, will be settled by the
Twenty-seven grand childien am)
ring broke ami the bull pr<M^«*d«*d the a«*roplane. turning over and Mr*. C. M Coffey. Rev. Haya. Miaa
seven great grand children, some of
t«> make matters lively for his own over in its fall, ulungrd into San Johnson and Mias Ethel Ingrain.
already has promised to punish those
whom were present at the funeral.
er. The animal had f**en dehorned Francism bay. narrowly missing a
guilty of killing McManus
She was married July 12. 1855 at
A Shelburn Death
and all that he could do was to vewe-l lying at th«* government trans
Mexico City was reported quiet
*waiker. Kent county. Michigan.
crush Mr Kaik to the ground and port docks.
late today with Do change in the
butt him with his hornless in-ail
On Thursday, March II. Mrs.
W hen the scrimmage was over, Mr.
Mita Shannon'» Father Dead
Mary Smith of Shelburn. du*«i of
Kaik found .himself ba«lly injured,
«iiwases Incident to old age
On Saturday. March 20. a citizen*
i When examine«) later by Dr. Prill,
Mias Shannon. nf the Scio public
community meeting will I* held at
two riba were found to lie broken
schools, receive«I a telegram frum
Tall man. at which time a program
I ut-wiaj forenoon a del«*gation of
several other cuts and bruises,
the family home at Davenport, Neb was a native of New York
by the ach«M>l and spcech««s by Super- Scio Pythian Sisters went over to none of which will prove serious
Tuesday, conveying the intelligence burial occurred al th«* Shelburn
visors Benner and Baker. (ounty Alliany to atterwl the district con-
of the death of her father. He had cemetery Saturday. She had reside*)
Judge McKnight, Prof. G. V. 8. ven lion of that order. They drove
t>ren an invalid for several months. at Shelburn ami vicinity for a num
Kelton, 0. A. C. and Superintend- over to Jefferson in time to catch
Hi* age was 77 years.
Mr. White ber of years
ent W. L. Jackson.
the noon train.
A au ruñar birthday party wan I
suppl lol Miaa Shannon’s place in the
Prises will be awarded pupila. a
Mrs E. H H<>l»w>n was down on given Mrs. Walter Hilyev on Friday
Fifty-One Births, Eighteen Deaths
srhool room for the time Mies Shan
Inuikvt dinner and a g«*n«‘ral «*duca- the program of the convention for evening of last week
non was unnerved by the intelli
tional good time will be had
a vocal solo.
present was made Mra. Bilyeu by
Fl tty-one births ocrurred in lann
gence. Owing to the long distance
A similar meeting will be held in
The following member« of
her friends. E C. Peery making a
during the month of Febru
Mias Shannon would not undertake
order conatitutcl the party: I
Scio on April 10.
moat appropriate presentation suer-ch
to the report of
to be prrw-nt at the funeral
A. G. Prill, Mr*. Erank Gill, Mra. The surpriaera were entertaimsl bv
County Health Officer Dr. Davia.
E. G. Arnold. social conversation and a progress
make a specialty of Friend- •’has Warner. Mr*
For Painting. Decorating
and During the same period IM deaths
W«aiding Mrs. Henry Stcpanck, Mr*. E. H. ive ”500” cont set.
Chua. Warner Papering of all kinds, see C M. were recorded
The birth rate
F M French * Son. Albany, Hobaun. Mr*. Moline Barnes. Mrs is said to have exhibited a surpris Coffey.
All work finished in a establishes a new record for thio
i Walter Bilyeu and Mr* J. 8. Stieha | ing acrobatic feat.
thorough workman like manner
county, the deaths arc about normal.
FALLS TO HIS DEATH