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THE SCIO TRIBUNE
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Independent, fearless, free; Not tied to any party; W ill support best candidate for office regardless of party
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SCIO. LINN COUNTY. OREGON. MAY 22. 1919
GIVE WESTERN OREGON
A SQUARE DEAL!
Tied Our First Knot.
late Saturday afternotM. Mav 17.
Fred M Davis »mi Winmfred
Pie Eater is not dea»i yet; nor
P. R. Bilyeu and Roy Crabtree
Darby, came to The Trib
I has hr rheumatics or awernv; is still
were Albany visitors Friday,
une office, present»*»! a marriage H-
Editor Baker oi Tillamook Head on foot cutting thr mustard as fine
Mrs. William Ivie went to Port
»*rn«e and requmit«*d that they be
as bullet patching
.unite»! in marring»*; they were ac
light Say» it Will Develop all
Farmers arc jumping sideways
George Balaiger was called to
companied by Mr. ami Mr» B F.
getting in their corn and dream of
the Coast Counties.
Thursday by the illness of
Darby, parents of the bride to be.
good prices with i»anks full of coin.
1 This lieing the first time this J. P.
Mr» Jennie laivejoy returne»! to
To H m * 4-lltor:
Mrs. Alice McDonald of Mill City
wan r<»»|u»*sted to tie the nuptial
You are well aware that Western her Dallas home Wednesday after a
knot it is only fair to say Scio had is visiting at the Clyde Thomases.
Oregon is one of the m-at product ItMiay visit with her mother. Mrs.
about as ba»!ly fluster«! justice of
Mrs. A W, Arbuckle was a Jor
ive yet undeveloped section» of the S. W. Gaines.
the peae® as could i»e found in cap dan shopper Monday.
slab*. The people in the coast coun-
S»-r»i corn is in demand an»i the tivity. But h<* managed to »ay the
Oscar Anplet died Saturday at his
tie» have never complained, but with old man is atxiut sol»! out.
words which mail<* the twain one home near Lyons ami interment took
true Western grit and determination
M. C. Gaines of Crabtree was up and »ent them on their way rejoic place in Fox Valley Monday.
they have hail to contend wi’h ad
Sunday looking after a bunch of ing. Mr. an»! Mr». I»avi» and her
Pie Eater, please speak up and
verse circumstances on account of
sheep on Sant lam farm.
parents reside in Marion county and
disprove the grave allegations made
lack of roads and had transporta
G. A. Griffin is in opposition to the marriag»* license was issued by against us by the editor in last week's
tion; consequently it is not surpris
the Scio blacksmith», having bought the Marion county clerk
issue of The Tribune.
ing that all the coast counties are
tools. Hr will soon advertiaa.
(Note by the printer's devil: “It
united amt greatly interested in the
Prof. Robe to Leave.
suspicious; they both reniged
propos»**! Roosevelt military high
time and both showed up
way which will lie the means of op
the same time!”)
ening up to settlement a large am
O rkcon M ixt .
ount of valuable land suitable for
dairying and land that is similar to
that of Tillamook county where the
Pi® Eater ha» 5 tons of hay to sell He will remove to Brownsvil1® for
dairymen have made such a great at S25 per (on.
where he will I»- located when next
Tomorrow evening the Parent-
success of cheese making
Clarence Roxroad of Roseburg, a
Teacher Association will hold its last
interest you to know that the dairy former son-in-law of Newt Crabtree,
Prof Rotie has ls<»*n principal of meeting during thia school term. A
herds of Tillamook county produced pulled in Sunday, tiring 9 hours on
45.100.156 pounds of milk last year the way. He was en route to Salem our schools for two years ami as the good program ha» been prepared
schools have moved along without and a record attendance expected.
and this made &.0M.9OO pounds of
M C. Gaines ia putting in a 40-
friction we ar»* safe in saving his
che<-<• valued at 11.352.694. Thia
acre piece to oats after he gets it
have ts*en satisfactory to
will I m * duplicated many times if the
Iatbanon will hold her strawberry
dissed and clod mashed.
board and patrons.
RiHMievelt highway is built; and the
Brownsville the Pioneer picnic,
mule’s tail he*B always behind.
The Tribune regret® that he thinks Albany the big fourth of July cele
coast counties will produce more
The old man and Ed Kalina a
his personal interests will carry him bration, Scio the Unn county fair,
cheese than that produce»! in Wis
going to try the eondenaery as ti
for be and family are fine and Harrisburg the potato fair; thus
consin and some of the other cheese
creameries are about to make
an iu>«et to any town.
producing state* of the East, for the
all parts of the county will function i
hair »lip on prices.
reason that climatic conditions are
in some sort of public gathering and
Amazing gtace. how »weet the
Thimble Club Meet».
ideal for cheese making in the coast
all parts of the county should be
sound, three boys l»een lost and one
well represented at each of them.
<tWav«d rrum laM «rast. I
What the coast counties want is been found. Atnen.
The Thomas Thimble Club met
The’ Lebanon mohair pool was
an opportunity to develop Western
Tuesday, 13th at the home of Mr« sold last Saturday at auction to M.
Oregon. They now ams-al to the
Take Dinner at Hotel.
Robert Elwood in honor of her 73d Senders & Co.-, Albany, at 64 cents
generous ami mignanimou« spirit of
It was a c »mplete sur [ter pound. This is top price so far
the people of Oregon to help them
Scio want* and nee«!» a good hotel. prise to Mr». EI wimm I
She re«*eived heard.
do so, as Wes’ern Oregon has re It is a necessary asset to the town many nio* presents, among them a
This is a tale of a dog Henry Bil
ceived but alight recognition by way To assist the new proprietors, Mr. t>ag containing 73 pennies.
yeu's puppy d*»g. Henry is taking
ot improvements, but have always
and Mr». Smith, in maintaining »uch refre»hments were served ami a
ch«*erfuliy laud their taxes, some of
great pains and much credit for
an establishment one of our business Scotch program render«! a» follows:
what he has already taught the pup
men ha« suggested to Die Tribune
Song, “Bonnie Doorv”; My Heart
Among other things, the pup ha»
that all of the business men and is in the Highlands,” Marion Gilkey;
learned to carry. He put this knowl
I others cat their dinners or lunches j “Annie Laurie,” Sadie Dayball and
edge to use the other day when he
at the hotel each Wednesday.
* Grace Peteraon; ’ The Happv Moth
pulle»i the cloth from the dining ta
The proposition is a good one. for
er,” Edna Gilkey; “We Better Rid®
Me, resulting in a lot of broken
not only will it be encouraging to a Wee.” Anna Holt; “Highland
the hotel people, but it can lie a sort Mary.” Sadie Hook; “How Gently,
Dr. and Mrs. Frill are preparing
of get together function of the bus Sweet Aft»>n." Effie Sommer and
for an outing at Malheur Lak® in
iness men at which anything for the Edna Gilkey; “Auld l«ang Sang.”
the near future. When he comes
welfare and progress of Scio can be
home the doctor can tell about the
Scio Hotel I» Leased.
biggest one® that got away.
.1 S. Warwick ami family moved
A bunch of 22 huskies from 0. A
A* wi ’I I m * seen in his a*I elsewhere
out of the hotel this week
lathium and Sodium I‘hordiate
at Corvallis paased through here
E J Smith, of Vancouver, Wash.,
which have gone to help develop Jias lean»*»! the Scio hotel The Smiths this morning. They were out on a
' other parts of the state. All that 1
r«*cently came from the East
They 3-day stock judging tour and had
Weatotn Oregon w*int» ia a «quare ' have two grown daughters and will their blankets with them
deal an»! I am cure if the people of!
be able to handle the business within .
W. H. Farmer of R. F. D. I out
the state knew of the undeveloped
their own family. Mr Smith is a of Turner, wood purchasing agent
: resources that are in the coast coun- professional chef and will handle the for the state, has been interviewing
J ties they would readily cast their
kitchen end of the business, while Scio people for the purchase of
votes in favor of the Roowvelt high Mrs. Smith will look after the front, wood. He thinks sellers are asking
Especially recommended for
way measure. It will be a market They took charge of the hotel M*»n- tm> much. He is limited to paying
Stomach Disorders. Rheuma-
road, but at the same time it will t day and appear to is* well qualified $4 for big fir. f. o. b. car at West
be use«! for pleasure by more people
tism, (»out, Liver Complaints.
to give good service.
Scio, Shelburn or Munkers.
living in Portland. Southern Oregon,
Eastern Oregon and the Willamette
Valley than by people living in the
coast counties; and it will outclass
On Saturday and Sunday evenings
The lamb market is holding ateadv
the Columbia highway for scenic Mrs John Wesely will present at present, but a drop Is due any
beauty and pictureaquenes». as it Charles Rav in “Law of the North.” dav; so if vou are intending selling
passes through a moat interesting an Alaska story; Fatty Arbuckle in your spring lambs before the drop
you have got to hurry. 1 am ship
part of Oregon.
ping a load today and will make a
YOURS FOR SERVICE
FRED C. BAKER
The picture tonight will be Pris shipment every week till the run is
Tillamook. (W., Mav IS.
J. D DENSMORE. |
cilla lh*an in The Brazen Beauty.” over.
11.60 THE YMK
Kelly’s Drug Store
LANDS AT AZORES
One Plane A! gh’s on Sea and
Is Picked Up. Third Is
The Cnlmd Htatrs
naval »> apian* Nc < nur »it the thr*»
Americas naval Brapla » atilrh
out from N»*wfoun>lland In the first
attempt at a flicht a»r<*as the At
lantic ocean. arri»«-«! aaf> !v at llorta.
In the Island of Fayal. A*or< • «roup,
after a flicht of sppr -lmat«dy USD
miles from Tr»-pa*- y. N F
distance was co*, red in remarkably
The time for the flight waa IS hours
and IS minute» and in oi-r-u* »p»-*-«l
was approximately So mil-» an hour.
The performer.*< of tb<- phim- saa all
the mor«* aaiiBfar|i>ry to tr»'ials here
heraus»' ot th*- fart that ah. suffered a
aeries of mishaps on h r vn/ase from
Rockaway Beach. L. I . to Tr< paaaey
lio pilai XolrM
Mrs. Katherin«- K»nt»tr. matron at
the hospital, went tr- Portland Mon
day to visit her brother who is in a
Wiltrnr Haye« enter»*»! the hosoital
Monday and is living attended by
The staff had their pictures “took’
Dr. ami Mrs Prill went to Port
land Monday, returning Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs N. I Morri >n. Mrs.
Kester and daughter an I Mrs Ruby
Rockefeller and daughter motored
to Salem and McMinnville Sunday.
An alarm from thè comlensery
Tueaday broughi out thè lire appa
ra tua quickly, but thè employe» put
out a amali blaze on thè roof before
thè fireboys arrived.
Newt Weddlc «|ient a few day» at
thè Odd Fellows’ grand lodge in Sa
lem this week
A new, soft, snow-white denti
frice that make- yt>u glad ta
brush your teeth.
It looks so good, tastes aogood
feels so g id and leaves the
mouth so cool arid clean.
Thia enol, clean feeling mea>>»
that the taste nerve» have l»*en
freed from the .’ale »-rretions
which make the mouth feel hot
The sheer alcanness it crea*»*»
prevent» germs or a<*'d< from
developing in the mouth.
Begin enjoying the cool, dean
Klenzo feeling and the wonder
ful cleaning effect today.
C. A. EVERETT
“Druggist and Stat iont r
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