The Scio tribune. (Scio, Linn County, Or.) 1919-19??, March 06, 1924, Page 6, Image 6

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Local Xews and Classi fled
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The Scio Tribun®
Albert Randle and family of Al­ tested at Hai«‘> last Fridar night.
City council meets tonight io reg-
Misa Fern Flanagan is confined to
bany were in Seio Tuesday.
Th«- Sci^b-iys badly handicapped by
ular session.
her home with the measles
having
1 xig and Smail oo the sick
Mrs. Marie Hodse. who haa been
N. I. Morrison and John Schindler
Joe Sena and wife of route 1 were
list.
Miller
and Thurston were to
went to Salem Tuesday afternoon. confined to her home for th* last
shopping in Scio Monday.
fill
their
places.
The b<>ys go to
three week* with the measles. to now
C. C. Bilyeu and wife made a ous- reported to be on the road to recov­ Lebam n Friday night to plav their
Mr*. R E Hibler left Tuesday
A It WixMlhill of Albany was h«-re
last game. We hope to have our
morning for her home in Seattle, ii ms trip to Albany' Tuesday morn- ery
on busi nee* Tuesday,
t«-a»n intact for thia game.
after a visit here with Mrs. N. C. mg.
! Clifton Bond and C. R. Ward of
Fred Hilveu and wife went to
The boys are arranging a baseball
Gill.
J. L. Kellv and Gale Jone* were Hoquium. Wash , who had born
l'ortkin«! Tuesday oo buaine**.
schedule and will soon begin practice.
laiwrence Montgomery, one of in Albany M«mday evening on bus- working at the Ballin mill for some
e, *a
« »MW
Ford Windshield Glaas for your
the mail carriei*. to confined to hi* in.
time left Tuesday morning for Port­ Ad.nrti*« is The Scio Tribune and get
reenlta.
Ford Garage. Seio. Oregon.
Ford
home with the flu. Frank Bartu to
Genuine Ford Service with Gen- land.
Mrs. 1-ee Bilyeu and daughter. sulmtituting,
Ford Garage.
Mrs. D. D Austin. Mr*. J. S.
uine Ford Parts.
Mrs. Ivan Ayers, of Leban in, vi-.it«- I
Mr*. N. C. Gill and Mrs. J. C. Scio, Oregon
Sticlia and the Misses Dorto Weddle
relative* in Scio Monday.
Edwards returned Friday evening
Mrs. I>. D. Austin of Albany spent and Vella Brenner visiud at the
J. D. Griffin of Salem is now one from a visit at the home of Dr. J. I
1 the week-end at the Wm Brenner home of Dr. and Mrs E. H. Hobson Read Page Five. Interesting.
of th- new readers of the Tribune, G. Gill and wife in Ixrbanon.
home and attended the gym dance in Salem Sunday.
For Sale White Pekin duck egg*,
having enrolled last Thursday.
There will be regular preaching i Saturday night,
One of the fire axe* has disap­
a c-ttir g <14 eggs) Mrs. Joe
Kenneth Westenhouse ha* been «snirw at the Baptist church Sun-1
Fatrnv, route 2. Scio.
31-p
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Deoamcre took a truck load peared. and the party who borrowed
Ur <h. W1
1» Rw U II. H«*- L,
u Ub>n0„ Tu^„. H. it is requested to return same. If
unab. i. u, .iun.1
.. 2 «*«,1
_
K, to
too. th. M«. of IWW„u.ohoo«..; fire should break out the axe would I or Sai<- or Trade Good top buggy
week <>n account of an attack t
with brake. Wilbur Funk, Jeffer-
, the*»- service*.
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the flu.
>>e needed—-and for your house,
»f>n, Oregon. Route 2.
30-t-2-p
who was about half eick.
ELw/.rkiritf
«1.^ Ilallin .«■
**w.
« Ml. ««Mn. <•»
.. <b.
Mt> Umber(
k of M)| maybe.
Ethil Arnold, who was laid up for
Fur Sale Gulden Glow need corn,
.
. . .
, ..
several days last week on account of mill rre«l Axe had the misfortune
Dr. Wallace of Albany came out
Select i »train. Get your supply
_
... ... waukee, who is visiting relatives in
,
.
early
an attack af the flu. is now able t > to have the third finger of hit left,, .
Leonard Gilkey,
2X.tf
lx-banon. spent bund*» in Scio with Sunday to see Marion Arnold, who
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t* around. He saya it is no joke t>> hand crushed while rolling log* last .... ..
is ill with pneumonia. He savs she For Sale
. ' - - < o< r. S.-.-.l
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,
, ,
her daughter. Mrs. Oliver Fowcil.
Thursday. He is incapacitated for ,
be assaulted by such an enemy.
to improving. E. G. Holland is sule
in sack ; L>t* at 15c per pound.
w. rk at present but th* injured
Lawrence Montgomery, who is ill stituting for Mr. Arnold on the
Inquire of Guy Johnston. 28tf-c
The dance given by th»- Student
member is healing nicely.
*“h pneumonia, is reported to be mail route.
Body at the gym Saturday night
I r ; -.m- In meh wood planer cut-
— „
,.
improving. Frank Bartu is carry-
ting» $2.50 |>er load at the mill.
1
he
Scio
town
team
of
Basketeers
,
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..
.
,
was well attended, and a good time
Fathet Goerlich
and
Martin
t
.... mg hie mail route during his tllneas
Sci.
Lodging and Lumber Co. 2H-ch
def«
sled
the
Crabtree
team
at
(
rab-
Is reported. Music was furnished
Schnieder were in town Tueadav
tree
Wednesday
evening,
while
the
Claire
McLain
and
wife
of
Salem,
h
r
Sa
•• 2o0 pound* Red Clover
by an Albany orchestra, and -n ■
from Jordan. The Father say* it
-■ • W R.
girls'
basketball
team
was
defeated
**»«
have
been
stopping
with
Mr*,
•ay it did not measure up to the
i* probable church mav be resumed
Kuicken, Route 2, Scio, Oregon.
by the Crabtree girls. We under-1 McLain’s parent*. J. I. Shelton and
usual standard of orchestra* that
at the local Catholic church, but the
30-tf
stand u return game is to be played wife for a short time, are ye pa ring date is not known.
have play ed here.
F'r S.de Cheap One three-section
here »«fine time next week, but the to move to Marshfield.
Several from here went to Salem
Mrs. E. I). Myer* and her mother.
li ver harr w in good condition,
If the users of city light* in the Mrs. Rilev Shelton called Sunday on
Friday night to attend the boxing dale to not yet *et
b-e F, G Cary, Scio, Ore., Route
2.
30-t 2-p
Lyle Ficklm wa* in town Monde-' country would place the «treet light Miss Amy Holteen, who i* recover­
event at the armory. Each *ay the
various Irouts were good, but that evening for a short time t<> see his in front of their residences, it would ing from an operation at St. Mary’s F >r S.-dr
s
Comb brown and
they <iid hot last long enough, a* in mother. He had been at Salem on make the lanes look like traveling hospital in Albany.
wh:t<- - churn baby chicks. Phone
They report
•r write, Mrs. J. H. Johnston.
the three event* an op|>onant was business and could not go back to at night through cities. This light that »he is getting along nicely.
Lv ns. Oreg.
2»-tf
xnockt-d out in the third round Kalama without corning on to Scio. is free if the users will place the
Aunt
Becky
Morri*
brought
a
The boxer from Monroe failed tn ap­ Lyle is looking fihe, and says he and bulb on the pole, and they should
F r Sa:«
Two hound pup* two
lieautiful boquet of spring flowers
n«»nt) - ..Id
Will **>ll for $2.50
pear. so the fourth card wa* n»t hi* o«ter. Mr* Julia Bilyeu, are IX) it.
to the Tribune office yesterday, for
v»ch.
inquire
of John Silber-
making
gool
in
their
restaurant.
put on.
The high school annual is taking
which we acknowledge our humble
I
nagel, Route 1 Scio, Ore.
1-t-p
on considerable airs these days, and
thank*
Aunt Becky is one of God's I .■ Sa .
Span of horses. Weight
»»eeesseaeaeeeeeeeeeesssss*s**»4eee4sse*eee»eeeeaeee the boys are putting in all the time
chosen who keep* her heart and
14*>O;
1500 pounds, eight and
possible to make it even better than
mind voung by such kindly deeds.
nine <■ ir- old; and fresh Holstien-
two veers ago
Considerable adver­
J*-r • v c w. George M. Bilyeu,
REUABLE UNDERTAKERS
It has been suggested that Some
tising space has been sold already,
Scio, Ore
31t-2 p
All funeral* given personal attention by Mr. Lowe
and more ha* l>ecn promised. The of the moat progressive women call
F >r Sale Re-cleaned red clover seed
Services and 1 rice* Guaranteed to Satisfy Every t ustomer
price per copy we understand ha* a meeting of the ladies of Scio to
lady Attendant if desired
2l<- i mruj. See sample at Mor-
N. I. Moaaisna
been placed at 50c. and all friend* form a civic club, the purpose being
N.
Lows
n- t> « Hardware Store. Phone
Auto
I’hone ~|iay, 397
I«banon
to make our little city more tieauti-
or write John Shelton at Scio,
of
th*
students
no
doubt
will
be
Equipment
Phone—Sight, 396
Phono 9
ful and desirable a place to live.
Oreg . R. 1.
30-1-2-p
purchaser*.
We hope this suggestion will tie act
I GGS Foil HATCHING-from S.
ed upon and that such a club will
C. White laghorn.hens that made
become a reality.
a fi<
average of 224 eggs in
tludr pullet vear. Mated to Cock-
Mrs. l<ee Gaine* gave her huwdand
ereis ft m a pen with a trap
a surprise in honor of hi* 47th birth­
neat n -nd of 275 to 299 with
day on Sunday. Feb. 24. Thirty-
- r. - d im n '¿'.<9 hen. Egg* 5» each,
one or luOO. Guy McKnight, Scio,
six of his friend* were invited to
Oregon.
25-p
spend the evening with him. Mr.
a
LOWE & MORRISON
295
DITROIT
BUY NOW!
* V. V,. .*
ol
Every spring the demand for Ford Cars is
several hundred thousand greater than the
available supply. Place your order immedi­
ately, to avoid delay in delivery.
¿Core/ Ifcior'tjom/ui/nu
(V3
Detroit, Michigan
&
*
NOTE : A small payment down put*
yvur name on the preferred delivery liât.
See the Nearest Authorized Ford Dealer
CARS • TRUCKS • TRACTORS
and Mr*. Gaine* were presented with Migiey b !*.nn at 5j'< —The Fed­
eral I -and Bank of Spokane,Wash.,
a fine leather rocker by their guest*.
will make ioan* through the Forks
A birthday cake weighing thirty
of th« Santiain National Farm
pound* and decorated with forty­
1. an A* >ciation in amounts from
seven candle* was a feature of the
$1001>< $25,000, for a period of
5 t<> 34 J years, on first more age
refreshment*
*• <-urity. I nq ui re of W H MeLain.
Here are a few matrimonial tips
Sec Trca* . route 2. Scio, Oregon.
given by the director of educational
i Julv 17-p.
activities in the Brooklin Y. M C.
A.: "Don’t marry for sex attraction
alone. Don’t fail to run your house
on a budget system. Don’t expect
your wife to live according to a
SUNDAY M< )N DA Y TC FJiDA Y
single standard of morality while
M axi h » 10-1»
you have a double standard. Don’t
HERE IT IS
pay more than 30 percent of your
Rex Ingram's
wages for rent in New York; or
more than 20 per cent elsewhere."
I
Globe - Albany
“Scaramouche”
■JI
High School Note*
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Mis* Nina Snyder of Lebanon vis­
ited school Friday afternoon a* the
guest of Hazel Howard.
The Scio Girls were defeated by
Crabtree at Crabtree on Feb. 27. the
score being 24 to 5. The girls' team
was greatly weakened by the alioence
of Mildred Couey ami Mary Herman
from the floor.
On account so many of the girl*
having the mea*le*. the girls banket­
ball team haa been compelled to can­
cel the reman.mg games of the
season.
The gym dance Saturday night
wa* well attended and the floor was
in good condition.
■
The boys' i<a«ketl ad
tlreuier th»a Ingram's “4 Horse­
men,” Th«- x-rond ixpst picture
of th«- \ . ar. *t«l wcond only to
“The Covered Wagon.”
4
Show«
1:30 3:30
Daily
4
7:30 9 JO
And then soon
Anna Christie
Kelly’s Drug Store. Scio, Oregon
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