The Scio tribune. (Scio, Linn County, Or.) 1914-1917, August 03, 1916, Image 4

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Local Market Report
Ira Bilyeu went to Portland Mon­
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day to take in all of the Pythiamam
The Tribune has i«r«-n shown a
he could digest.
map of profioavd roads, to lie hard
Wheat ««er bushel
3 .88
Georg«- Daggett. 13 year old am surfaced within the nest five years,
Data
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35
of Walter Daggett, of Albany, was which have tieen agreed utsxi by
Bran m*r ton
drowned while bathing in the Cali- the grange, farmers unions and
Wltvat chop ,wr t<>n
32.00
others. The funds with which they I Oat eh«*p
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Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Beard sp«*nt pooia river Tuesday mormng
31 1W>
ak
Sunday with their son, Charlee. in
Mias Grace McGregor, of Salem, are to be construct«*«! will be deriv- Barley Chop
, 30.00
rd
from
a
5-mill
tax
U>
las
levi«-d
the country
was a guest of Mr and Mrs. Fred
Flour per sack
I 30
Thia will cover all sec
Unde Wid Bilyeu, of Kalama. Bilyeu last Sunday. Mix McGregor each year
Egg» |«er doaen
20
Wash., arrived in town Monday on waa formerly a teacher tn our High ti««ns of Linn county fairly well Of I Rutter per pound
.20
course them- bar«« surfaced roads
a visit to relatives and old friends school,
< 'hickens,
per lb
.11
will not run by every farm, for they
at
Commissioner Butler thinks travel
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Campbell, of
spring
.14
are mt*-nd«-d for trunk roads tn
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r< «««ter»
Albany, came over Sunday. Mm on the road cast from town, will lie
07
carry the main heavy travel. Side
Haman Shelton, their daughter, re­ delayed but a few hours whrn the
Turkeys
.16
or lateral roads can be constructed
V
fill over the cement culvert is com­
turned with them
.OK
later on.
Petitions to have thia
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Ducks
10
Commissioner Butler returned tn menced
roadgilan on the ballot neat fall
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Beef
06
Mr. and Mrs. E D. Myers left
his home .n Albany Saturday even­
will lat out next week
Veal
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ing but was back again Monday Tuesday morning on an auto trip to
Hogs,
live
per
hundr«*d
lb
8.00
Aberdeen.
Wash
Mr.
and
Mrs.
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morning on his Scio job.
Have you tried any of the home
0,00
We make a sfwcialty of Friend­ F. Gill aceomi«nied them as far as product sausages made in a clean Ilogs. dr«swcd
Mutton
8.00
ship. Engagement and Wedding Portland.
kitchen al th«- Sanitary market?
The Supreme ami Gram! lodges of
Kings F. M French A Son. Albany.
Two Albany boys were drowned
Good printing can be obtained
Oregon. K. of P., were given a view
Oregon
in the Calipnoia. when 1«thing with­ only where the proper type«, pre«*-
of the Columbia Highway Wednes-
Koger Caln and Frank Thayer
in five hours of each other and at •-*. material and expert workman­
day. both from th«* river and by
went to Ijrbanon Monday afternoon
almost the same place. Tuesday ship is found. The Tribune office
auto on the road.
to get the county scarrificr to use
Both bodies were recovered.
poSMumrs all of th«-»*- requisites ami
During the month of July, seven­
in pre|mring Main street for paving
Six convicts have esraped from the prices are right.
teen marriage licerna* were issued
County Comimeaioner Butler spent
tbe »tat«« flax camps. They were
from th« county clerk's otllce in
several days in town last week
trustk-s and were allowed to sleep
Albany
Thia is the record month
superintending thè installation of a
outside the wire net cage which
for the year so far.
DR A G PRILL
concrete culvert on the fair ground
surroumis the main body of thecon I
The
farmer
who
has
ten
cows
PbysicMB and Sargeon
road.
victa uae<l in pulling flax
which will yield 40 pounds of milk
Scio can rightfully he proud of
Joseph Borovicka. who was oper­
(.'alls Attended
each when fr«-«in, ha» a mortgage
her K of P band. The boys arc
Day or Night
lifter
400 poumla of milk daily ated on at the Good Samaritan
handling high grade music in a
h<>«|Mtal
Fridav of last week, *
gives a daily receipt of 35.40.
SCIO
ORE.
manner almost equal to that of
writ«*s The Tritium- that he is get- [
Candidate Charles E. Hugh«*« will
professionals.
ting along nicely and will lie able to j
lie in Portland August 16. Il«* will
The rainfall in the month of July leave «-arly on the following morn­ c->ine horn«- in thr«-«- week*
just |>ame<l was 3.31 inches, which ing for San Francisco. His Portland
The i»eut»chiand. thr German U-
is the record for more than twenty addreM will be his only speech in boat. is reported to have safely
years. The observations were made Oregon.
dashed for th«* *••« off the Chi-aapeak
in Albany.
LabMMM'n "Big Brother" farm is l«ay W«<dnewlay night, apparently ;
am! !
Notice II C. Roloff's auctioneer attracting favorable notice through­ unolwerved by the English
French
nhipa.
Everybody
hopes'
card in another column. He is a out the state. Such efforts for th«*
I he final touch of elegance
good auctioneer and his prices are uplift of our growing city boys, de­ that the undvrwa freighter r«-aches
I he tail enhancing charm
reasonable. I «cave your orders at serve the comm etidation ami assist­ her home port in safety
New
Undertaking Parlor
LOCAL BREVITIES
Among the teachers who passed
at the recent teachers examination
am: Lola Westinghouse, Lulu dark
and Ada Thayer, of Scio. Six teach­
ers failed to pan»
Stockmen are engaging stalls for
their animals early, this year. At
the fair of last year, some exhibitors
were without stalls or their Mail*
were scattered, lieeause of their
late entries.
Ubanon is the banner country
Be it said to their honors, many
town to furnish new recruits for the
of
our professional knocker* have
armv. Twelve enlisted when the
burravi
their hammer*, That it
recruiting officers recently made
right
boys.
If you cannot apeak
that city a visit.
favorably of a meritorious enter­
Sometime
in tbe future Mr.
prise. *ay nothing.
Thoms, our new manager and miller
Rev. Iler and family drove up in­
intends to so improve the milling
to
Lane county last week for a visit
plant that it will turn out the high-
with
Oklahoma friends, who reaid«*
cat grade flour in the country
there. Kev. Iler resided in the same
W. G. McDonald, who has been
locality prior tn his acceptance to
doing time on the U. S jury in Port­
the call as pastor of the Federated
land. came home last week, lie has
church in this city.
been release)! until September 4
Dr. Prill informs The Tribune
The court will take a vacation dur-
that
sometime late last fall vamialls
ing the month of August.
broke into the Manon lake club
Mr. Green, Blake, McFall Coe.
house, of which he is the instigator
jolly traveling man. waa in town
and destroyed much of the club
last Friday. He said that print
property belonging to the members
paper was worth 6 cents per pound
of the club left in their large cabin
or nearly double what it was one
The Tribune is glad to state that
year ago
Dr. Jon«-«, of Portland, aon-in-law
J. L. (eleven and O. M. Shelton,
of Mr* J. S. Morris, is not afflicte«!
Grand lodge delegates for ls*anida»
with cancer as feoorted. igist winter
Ixaige No. 36. K of P., of this city,
he had a severe attack of gastritis,
went to Portland to attend the
which was the l«asis of the report.
Grand lodge of that order th«» fl mt
He is now enjoying splendid health.
b
of th«- w««ek.
Mrs. Ethel Klakar. of Portland,
Dr. and Mrs A. G. Prill and
who has been visiting relativt-s ami
niece. Miso la-la Kerchner and Dr.
friends in Seio and vicinity for the
and Mrs Hates drove to Albany Sat­
past w«-ek, returned to her home
urday to arrange for Misa Kerchner j Tuesday. Mrs Henry Stepanek am!
transportation who returns to New
M issm Blanch Koneeky anti Lydia
York this week.
l-amplot. ail of Scio or vicinity, ac­
Mm. Julia Bilyeu, of the Pythian companied her to Portland, all going
Sisters of this city, went to Portland in Mrs. Klekar’s auto.
last Friday to represent the Scio
When Koger Cain and Frank
lodge in the Grand L«dgr of that
Thayer, who went for the road scar-
order. Mrs. Bilyeu is outer guard
after up near Waterloo. Tuesday
of the Grand Lodge
afternoon they found a mam of cast-
The fair board is arranging for iron made into a machine and far
the erection of a building on the tdo heavy to load onto the auto
fair grounds to house the ladies truck. So they were forced to come
department, or exhibits which would back without it. A f«»ur-horsr team
be injured should a rain storm visit will he sent after the
us during the fair.
drag it over.
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Proposed Hard Surfaced Road*
The Scio Tribune 11.26 a vear
ance of all.
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this office.
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An invitation to Allmny to atteml
the Linn County fair Septemlier 7,
has twvn extended to All«any through
the commercial dub of that city,
by President Prill.
The invitation
has been accepted and "Hub" people
will lie here in force oo that day as
well as the otht-rs.
tn Milady'»
Mr and Mrs. W.' A.
Ewing re-i
Mim Velma Davis is electe«l recorder
she will employ but one assistant,
which will add to the above saving.
This is the right kind of economy
which, if practiced by the state as
well as the county, would help »«me
in decreasing the tax burden
H. C. ROLOFF
Auctioneer
WATERLOO. OREGON
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Maas 111 Sass«
Sale daten arranged for at
Fhe Tributi«- (Hficr, Scio
R. SI lEL'I’ON
Notary Public and
Corweyemor
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Abiuraci» of Î stk I JLAimned
SC IO
OREGON
Dr. I . K. Sanderson
DENTIST
Phone 27-7
Si’IO
OREGON
Mortgage Loan«
In amounts from 32.500 to «10,-
000 on gixaj cultivate«! farms, No
delay if your title is perfect, Call
on J. V Pibe, 203 West 2nd St..
A litany Ore
¡oil cl
1EAX1CE OR I.AURICE
Hath are new and delightful flavor
combination odon.
Not a imell
but a truly delightful fragrance.
PEERYS DRUG STORE
Dependable
Service
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“I RAKED HAY"
turned from a very enjoyable trip
to Belknap hot springs Monday ’
Mr. Ewing states that Belknap has
la-en greatly improved recently and
that a horse is rarely seen alsiut the
camp
Automobiles an* about the
only means of travel use«! to and
from the springs.
I jnn county will economize by not
emnloying school supervisors, which
will lie a saving of near 33000. If
N.I MORRISON A N.C. LOWE
PERFUME
< Ireiton can raine an go«»! lint fini
as can tre i ninni in any eretion of
the world. The failure of the ex-
périment by thr »tate in due either
to ignorance or purposeful neglect
by the I3IMMI expert (?> flax superin-
tendent and in n<>t the fault of the
product.
Thr price of wheat is moving up­
ward. caused by reports of black
rust in thr Mississippi valley wheat
stat««
Tuesday's quotations were
fl.OO for club, which would give
Linn county farmers 87 to ny rrnu
per bushel White feed oats f. O. b.
Portland. 127 per ton or slightly
over 40 cents per bushel.
We are prepared to lakr
charm* of funerals in an
up-to-date sanitary manner
Emltalming is d««ne bv a
licvrutcd undertaker.
Satisfaction guaranteed.
I am a buy of 11. I rak«-d hay all through
When it was over. I had 36. 1 heard
people putting their money in the lunik,
I would put my money in the bank. 1
my money in the i«ank. la-cauia* 1 know
last wason
ni«>ut other
so I thought
am keeping
where it is.
We want the boy who make-, hay while the sun shine*.
Sun won't always dun«-
Rainy days come. Bring
or semi SI here to start your Rainy Day fund. We
want the boy who makes hay while U m * sun shines.
ALBANY STATE BANK
AU? ANY
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OREGON
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