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About The Scio tribune. (Scio, Linn County, Or.) 1914-1917 | View Entire Issue (March 23, 1916)
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Portland courts regard bootlegg
ing as a more heinioua crime than
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M. E. Merwin, of Independence,
Several around here have
has just retire«] as postmaster of their early garden* planted
He was appointed by some are coming up.
Equinox gave us the proverbial Roosevelt in 1902.
The first thunder shower of
The Tribune can die a blacksmith season pawed »ver Sunday but
N. C. Lows, the I>ebanon under with a small capital, to a good place
taker. was looking after business in to establish a shop where he o>ul«i
The grass is growing nicely
build up a good business
the stock is looking letter after the
F. N. O’Connor, a Corvallis law
Orders have been given for the severe weather,
yer. was looking after buainaas in
erection of a 250,000-foot sawmill
Scio last Friday.
The Christian endeavor is doing
at Silverton, which will rmpl«»y 300
smw good work at Holley .
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bilyeu and men
The cost of the mill will be
daughter. Miss Nita, autoed over to *400,000.
They had a nice |«arty at J«MNph
Lebanon last Friday.
Crockers Thursday night, in honor
E. M Kimball, the Jordan flour
of their son Truman’s 17th birthday.
W. T. Nicholls, the lei«an<»n band
ing mill man. was looking after
man. was in town Monday looking
The’evening was spent very aiciabiy.
busmew« matter» in (own yesterday.
up music matters
A partv was given at the home of
This office acknowledges a pleasant
Jacob Pugh Friday evening
Mrs Bal si ger. of Jordan, was social call from him.
a numlwr were there.
brought tn our local hospital Mon
Yesterday was hog delivery day
day for medical treatment.
Fred Malonr got about 13 acre«
at West Scio. From the number of
oats sewed and about the same
Now that the sun is north of the wagon ioads of porkers passing
equator, we can properly say "this through town, there must have been numtier of wheat before the rain.
Statement ol Ownership
We make a specialty of Friend
C. C. Curry, chancelor comman
ship. Engagement and
Wedding der and Knights F. M Arnold. A.
I. T. L. Dugger state that I am
Rings F. M French 4 Soo. All»any. L. Geddes and Ralph Thom, of Al
the owner of The Scio Tribune, pub
bany. K. of P. paid the Scio
lished weekly in Scio, Oregon, that
A nontaxpayer or a man who Knights a fraternal visit Tuesday I am the sole owner, editor and
depends on public salary, should not night
publisher and that there is no mort
Charles Dodd, the hardware mer gage indebtedness or other financial
be allowed to vote on matters effect
chant of Portland, since that city obligations against said newspaper
T. L DUGGER
Dr J. C Booth, of lsd>anon. was was but a village, was in town last
Tuesday. All old timers know of
over Saturday evening, called in
of March. 1916
consultation with Dr
Prill in the
R. SbaUon. Notary Public
ease of Mrs. A. E. Ed wards.
$655 F. O. B. FACTORY
We have a sample MAX WEI J. CAR now on the floor and
before you purchase, come and look the Maxwell over, size it np.
It is one of the grvatrwt cars on the market for the money.
The Maxwell has all of the equipments to lie fouml on any
storage batteries, electric horn, self starter, on« man mohair top,
quick demountable tires, etc.
Come and rm us at the
Dairy City Garage and Service Station
CHAS. WESELY. P rop .
Dr. and Mrs
Hobson. Mr, and
Albany is to have three general
Mrs. J. S. Sticha. Mr. and Mrs. P.
H MacDonald and Dean Morris at market days in each week, the same
to be under and conducted by the
tended a show in Albany last Friday
Grange. This is a feature which
should have been placed in opera
Have you registered? Only three tion many years ago.
wo'ki until you will be disqualified
With fat hogs worth *9.15 per
to vote at the primary election, If
hundred pounds gross, farmers have
you have not.
no reason to complain of prices in
The Indies Aid society, of the that product. So far as The Tribune
Federated church is arranging for can recall, this is about the highest
a social, to be given on the evening point hog» have reached since civil
of March 25. at 7: 30 p. m
Ad war days
mission 10 cents.
Mrs. A. E. Edwards, who has
Mart Bilyeu has completed his been quite sick for the past two
eleventh year as janitor at the court months, was taken to Is>ban<>n last
house in Albany. The janitor before
Sunday evening to be given x-ray
him was his uncle. Wm. Bilveu. who treatment
W hik there she will lie
served five or six years.
under the treatment of Dr. J. C.
Saturday is the date for the Wil
lard Moi an boxing bout in NewYork
city. In addition to the very large
stake monev. the champion heavy
weight goes to the winner.
For County Commissioner
South Side of Hnd$t
BUY THAT FARM AND BE YOUR OWN BOSS
A Chicago lawyer fell dead when
trying to preach a sermon in a pul
pit last Sunday. He ought to have
known that the pulpit is an un
Our state legislature should restore healthy place for a lawyer. He hat!
the state polltax law.
Too many better confined his forensic efforts
If nominated and elected. I will!
people pay no tax whatever, yet they to the court room.
stand for economy and efficiency in!
use our roads at will and some of
The Portland quotations for wheat
ail departments of county business,
them much more than the taxpayer.
owing to lack of ships, has made
and a* low taxes as is ri>runst«mt
A. J. Devaney, of near Jefferson, quite a drop within the past week,
lost his farm house by fire last week. (lub wheat is rated at 65 cents per
For a system of g<tod roads to be
Practically all of the furniture, bushel; oats at about 35 cents. On
made along safe and conservative
clothing, bedding, etc., waadeatroy- the other hand beef, veal, pork and
ed as well. The building and con mutton is advancing
All contracts to be let to the
tents carried an insurance of *1600.
The Benton County Courier came i lowest competitive bidder.
Mr. and Mrs Archie Lindley are out last week with a new head. It!
For a square deal to ever part of
entertaining a young visitor at their has. as a background, one of Lhe the county.
home, who arrived March 19 and chief causes of high taxation in our
whose stay will be for an indefinite state, a matter which the Courier i
period Twenty-one years from now and Benton county is giving a man- I
he will be old enough to vote.
sized kick against
Candidate for Republican
March came In like a lion and
Henry Struckmeier. of Albany,
complains that beavers are doing may go out under the domination of
P. H. FREERKSEN
Th«> condenaory pay roll is l>etween
*3000 and *4000 ami will reach
*5000 and over monthly in a short
time. Thia does not include the cost
of cans, fuel, etc. Could we have
two or three more manufacturing
plants paying out a like sum. Scio
would soon shake off her village '
PROCHASKA & CO
the same ferocious ouodraoed, But
a slice in the middle was very lamb-
i like. Our roads and streets were in
fine auto condition and the rumble
of the machine was almost constant.
Portland had some Kansas weath
When In need of anything in th«’
er last Sunday aftemo«»n. wi’.h a
way of job work, call and see us
young cyclone acc«impanym«’nt. The
We do first -class work at reasonable
same storm touched Scio in the way
of a thunder shower without any
wind to speak of.
Mrs Yordy, of Marion county,
has been employed by the school
board to supply the place made
vacant by Miss Shannon's resigna
him considerable damage by gnaw
ing down hia fruit trees on his farm
near Crabtree. Fifty prune and a
half-dozen peach trees have been so
Maxwell Car Here
of the high priced cars in the way of electric bead and tail lights,
spring" and hope for lietter weather. a full car load delivered.
for Linn County
Primarie» Mar 19. 1918
Albany is organizing a civilian
Nearly 100 have signed
the muster roll. To 100 the govern
ment will furnish 10 Kralg-Jorger-
son rifles and «munition for target
practice. Such a dub could be organ
ized in Scio if the country l»ov»
would join. The government issues
u charter to a company of 100.
Dr T. K. Sanderson
How would you like to Hay those words to yourself?
Yes. That’s a lot of mone) more than m«Mt people
accumulate in a lifetime Hut it in what *5 deposited
weekly in this bank will amount to in five years com
pounded semiannually at 4 5*.
Rrsideu the money
one lays aside, the depositor acquires that valuable
habit known as thrift . May we not hear from you?
ALBANY STATE BANK
■’SAFKTY I’Ll’» ttKVlCg”