The Scio tribune. (Scio, Linn County, Or.) 1914-1917, August 10, 1916, Image 2

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THE SCIO TRIBUNE
divruM and bear di scuoaed
various question» in which all are
deeply inlcrest«<d? There ia no doubt
but what we all desire that we have
the best p>«uble administration of
government. munioiiaJ. county, stale
and national, at a minimum of east,
that we ran get. It makes no diflk-r-
1— The federal reserve banking ence to our pocketbook» whether a
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so mx - kj ption . in aovafn «
law. which take» from Wall street tax is levied bv a republican or
1.60 the power to control the money democratic tax levying body. We
AT KNP or YKAM
.76 volumn and mak«w money panic» know that we are required to pav a
Hit MONTHN
large sum annually to supfmrt the
impossible
government
and we are »urrly ail
ALiVKirruuw<< HATW:
dow
n-
2- Law revising the tariff
dccldv
'interested
tn getting the
ward, taking the duty off of the
l>«cal advertising, per line
be
largetoM
largetgr-esible
return
for this tax
Display advertising, per inch
10c necessaritw and placing it on the
money
invested.
i
and
how
are we to
luxuries of life.
Display advertising. long time, see
ascertain
if
we
get
there
results.
if
3 “Ejection of United Statre sena­
manager.
we
do
not
meet
and.
by
comparing
tors by direct vote of ths people.
Extended marriage or death notices
4 —Income tax law. which lifts ideas «ml data, which a friendly and
per line
3c
the burden of taxation from the nonimrtisan discussion will bring
Special rates on l«nu time display
shoulders of the masse» and places out?
advertising.
Most people are politically honest.
it on those better able to hear it.
They
are democrat« or republican*,
the rich
THE PREMIUM FAULTFINDER
6 The law extending parcels as the <-»■>- mat tic. iM-cauwi of en­
post, increasing weight limits, re­ vironment and earlier aa»oeiaUon«.
Now all of the g<»«l idee» or
Candidate ('harlss E. Hughe» is ducing | m >»I a I charges
sure Jt.< lie written down as the
6 The law creating a f«-drr»l policies are n<»t found m either >«»•
of there perlie». Simply I m - cbum *
premium faultfinder of the age. If labor employment bureau
iu his «perch of acceptance of the
7 The law creating a secretary one ia a democrat or repuidican, w
no n-aaon why he shall tie deemed a
republic nomination, he overlooked of labor in the president’» cabinet
any feature of the present adminis­
8 Hural credits law. giving finan fool or tn* dishonest. He must have
tration, the |>eople can charge it to pal freedom, long delayed justice. had satisfactory rr«»itu for hia
We make no
a lack of time and »pace and that Tong time loans, low interest, in the political are «nation
political distinction in <>ur religion,
he would l*e fotninat it whatnver it farmers.
might l>e.
9 Federal trade» commission law, •in our »octal relationa. in our bum-
Mr. Hughes is a good lawyer and aiding and protecting honest bust­ nee«. municipal or school affairs
Only when we select state or nation­
he manifested the fact in the long ness. curbing lawless -trusts
al
officials are we politically parti­
indictment he endeavored to frame
10 Seamen's law, humanizing
san
May we not tw nefit ourselves
against President Wilson. But he labor conditions on shipboard and
in
including
the state and nation in
did not go far enough to satisfy the lessening the danger» of ocean
nonparti.ren consideration and by
people, He failed to state wherein travel.
he would have done differently if he
1!- Clayton amendraent to anti­ honest and friendly discussion, en­
had tM*en wearing the president's trust law. preventing control of big deavor t<> arrive al the wisest cun­
sh<M*s. He attempted to destroy corporation« by few men declaring ci um on«*
Now everv diahomwt or incompet­
without providing a constructive that "latior is not a commodity.”
remedy. He says he would be firm
12 Alaska railway law. opening ent official has secured his prefer­
((artisan
politics.
in the conduct of our diplomatic America's storehouse to the people ment through
relations with foreign countries, but
13 Eight hour labor law on all Perhap« if such officials had l>een
subjected io the acid tret of honret
failed to state whether he would or government work
and
friendly discussion by his con­
would not Itack up his firmness with
14 I aw providing government
stituents. prior Pi his election, his
the army and navy.
insurance <Vn ship rarg<«*s
Would he have beea more firm in
15 He furnished
government unfitnva» would have been discover­
the controversy with Germany, than money to aid in moving farmer*» ed and th«-public saved from hia
was President Wilson? If he had. crops to market when Wall street wrongful arts
active war would have resulted was holding money for speculative
Now we have a numtier of meas­
More firmness with Mexico would purposes.
ure» to t>e voted upon next fall.
have brought on war without a
thr« atened They will either lecvmc laws or be
16—He averted a
doubt. President Wilson has found oanic at outbreak of the war bv ' defeated as the care may I m *
Most
it extremely difficult to treat m any offering to use government nmnvy electors will vote on there measures
way with Mexico, liecause the so- to relieve the business situation.
more or less ignorant of what the
called de facto government has
17 He perfected 29 peace trea­ remilt will he after adoption or re­
represented but a part of ths Mexi­ ties with other nations, thereby jection of a measure
A ba«l meas­
can people. It has been impossible greatly lemeniag the danger of ure may lie ««acted or a g*»»i
to get all factions together and to war.
measure defeated tiecaure of this
submit tn the rv»|uirenients of any
He ia now urging congress to pass ignorance
Here is where a non­
agreement whatever. Only an over- the following law»:
partisan political dub would he of
whelm nt ng force could bring this
1 — A tariff commission law. tak- great value.
The good or bad
result about and thia overwhelmn- ing the tariff out of politics, politics features of a measure by discussion,
mg force ia the probable firmness out of the tariff and regulating it would lie drawn out. We would
which Mr. Hughes would exert.
on scientific business principles.
thus gel the tirnefit of the con­
Mr. Hugh«*» is evidently hostile to
2 “ Inheritance tax law.
clusions of our beet and aioat pro­
the Kegional l«ank system and would,
3 A law taxing munitions of found thinkers.
if he had the power, restore the war.
Then, in a short time, candidates
supreme financial power again U>
4 Child labor law.
fur office will visit us. Everv voter
Wall Street, with the periodical
5— A mrrenant marine shi|>(Hng should hear th«* views of opposing
resulted law. curbing and controlling the
panics which invariably
candidates in order to vote intelli-
with Wall street methods.
greatest of all trusts, the shipping gently. It ia due l»>th to himself
Mr. Hughe» would restore former trust
and the candidate. A Wilson club
high tariff conditions which prevail­
He has kept us out of war. main­ or a Hughes dub will not afford such
ed under the Taft administration. tained a strict neutrality, strength- ■
opportunity to all Such clubs»imply
He, undoubtedly, forgets that the ened and extended the
Monroe emphasize partisaniMn. Hut if the
bunco game with the tariff under doctrine to gouth American coun­ voter can hear a discummn Iwtween
Mr. Taft, nearly annihilated the re­ tries.
opposing candidate» he. if unpre­
publican («arty in 1912. The people
Hr has refused to l>e force«! into judiced, is in a position to «elect
will no longer stand for an excess­ a war of revenge or conqurat with
which will the better serve the
ively high tariff
Mexico, has extended tjie hand of publie.
Mr. Hughes says he favors rural friendship rather than the mailed
Such dull» are not unlike the old
credits. So does President Wilson, fist.
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time New England Town meetings,
who has retabliahed the system.
More progressive legislation has
whereat subjects of every public
Likewise the national good roads been enacted during the W ilson ad­
character were discussed We could
plan, which is now being arranged ministration than in the previous 40
also discus» questions effecting our
for by the Wilson administration
year», vitally affecting the people's
munidpality. schools, good roads,
In the long indictment framed. welfare.
social interests, etc. In a multitude
Mr. Hughes simply, bv implication,
of council there to wisdom.
indicates what we may expect he NONPARTISAN POLITICAL CLUB
will try to do should he be elected
Mortgage Loan«
Why may not the people of Scio
president
He does not imply that
the Wall street crowd, tariff bene- and vicinity organize a nonpartisan
ficarsea. shipping trusts and the political dub* We are all citizens
In amounts from 12.600 to 110.-
interests in general, especially such In the same community and all de­ 000 on good cultivated farms, No
who wish to exploit Mexico, would sire the same end—good ecomically delav if your title is perfect, Call
have a great influence over him in administrated government and how on J. V. Pire. 208 West 2nd St.
formulating hia policies. But they are we to decide which candidate or Alliany, Ore.
would, regardless of hia beet in­ policy to likely to bring the beet re­
sults. unless we meet in common. I
tentions
The S cto Tnbuae. *1J6 the year. (
On the other hand. President
Wilson can point to deeds accom­
plished. not mere assertions and to
IMHtlgp KVKXY THt'KSI>AY BY
other reforms now in incubation
As an offaet to Mr. Hughe»' imjdirtl
purposes, the actual accwm|Jiaii-
Entered at the ooatoffice at Scio, ments of the Wilson administration
Oregon as ascond claw« matter.
are cited as follow»:
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For Sale
Federated Church
M M>. OBIDGON
Four uasrengvr Buick auto, model
Simday School
10 a
Go«»l condition. 1175. Address
Preaching
.
11a. m.
L. C. Fbx. Albany, Ore.
7-20
Christian t9adravor..6:30 lo 7:80 u.m.
S»ng Service
7:30 CuN;00 p tn
Praycr M«*eting, Thursday 7:3<ip.m. ■ a.
*oi>«l--«M
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Broiht-r Metkcljohn. Ijeader.
H B. Iler. Paslur.
Hizz °, A,5.UOWN Hizz
J. F. WESEL Y
DEAUER LN
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Staple and I ancy Groceries
Qyeensware, Glassware, Etc.
Field and Garden Seeds
Cash Paid tor Veal. 1 logs, I iidea and C aacara Bark
Prices High/
Our Motto:
L.ftMt anJ Let l.uc
J. F. WESSELY
Reduced
bares
SUMMER TRIPS
When
comes and a vacation is
summer
planned, remember Newport is cool.
brevae from off the mighty
fads.
The
Pacific never
With the manv diversions and at­
the hours away, surely you
traction» U>
could find no better place for your vacation.
I he Cost Is Low
Round Trip Ticket» are *on sale daily from
all Southern Pacific stations in Western
Oregon. The ret uni limit is October 31
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Daily I rains from Albany and Corval­
lis make excellcn/ connections
Write for illustrated booklet "New|a>rt” or ask local
agent for complete infornhitiun.
M. Heasti, Gatmnsl
A ««nil
OttoMIvt»
SOUTHERN PACIFIC
Cooa Bay Railroad
Celrbrarion
MARSHFIM.D AND NORTH BEND. AUGUST 24. 25. 26.
Iw>w Round Trip Fares
You May Pay Less
HUT Vol
WILL Nt>T GET WORK
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THAT IS SO GOOD AS WE
DO
You May Pay More
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1 he e statem* nt» refer to Job and
Hook Printing.
5 Our facilities are
complete. * We use only the l«est of
material. arid <>ur prices are right for
firwt c I usm work. We do no other kind,
always satisfy our customers.
THE SCIO TRIBUNE
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