The Scio tribune. (Scio, Linn County, Or.) 1919-19??, April 24, 1924, Page 4, Image 4

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of the main streets so ills impossible . to to- thrown out of employment.
to drive an automobile, and in many At present there are over 80.000
instanced the water runs into the who ar# experts at their trades idle
Here is hoping that Oregon to
lucky enough 1» escape the grwat
Coming to Albany and
plague
Salem
With best withe* to all.
. Your friend.
Cha» W. Warner.
lx« Angeles. Calif.
414 K. »6 St.
Dr. Mellenthin
aacciAMOT
in Internal Medici ne f<»r thc
put twelvs years.
Editor Scio Tribune: The Latin
phrase heading thia communication
to your valuable little paper, io
English reads. ‘The voice of the
Will be in
A lbany , Wednesday, May 14*.
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Office Hours: |0 a. tn. to 4 p. m.
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The Scio Tribune
PEOPLE’S COLUMN
mas morning. There has l»cen all Inandally ruined. There has been j could do it all. Or why not dispense
kiiMis of, weather sunshine, rain, thousands ot head of cattle, sheep with these five wise men and etnd
! all our laws back to Washington D
frost, hail and snow, but the sun and hogs killed and buried that were
comes out every day. It Is a g»u-d infected »r exposed to the disease C. and have nine Supreme judges
thing that it doesn’t rain here like And with the enormous tpelon crop give us their decision? Then all
I notice
it does sometimes irt Oregon. Just, co-ofng on in th# Imperial valley it controversy would cease
two
more
cases
tn
the
Civil
courts
•pells
hankmptsy«
to
th#
farmers.
think ot a city with a million popu­
for
Amon,
one
in
Portland
and
one
Many
people
do
not
realite
how
ser-
lation and no storm «ew,-r«, (he oniy
near
Scio,
where
each
acknowledged
ious.lt
to,
but
every
precaution
to
escape for the water is to run to
the lower levels. When it rains jhging taken to stamp it out. as soon they set fire to their buildings to
very hard the water «-Olivets on some u* possible. It ha^caused many men get the insuran -e. One was trlod
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stores
I/>ng planks have to be whelming majority vote by the com­
placed on the curbs so people may mon people, nave been set aside.
e
cross the st rests
California is a Now I would suggrrt that all future
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| land of sun-bin# ail right, but people laws d««rvd should drat be formu*
Lose Angel«-«, Cal.
capr^t Hv# on It. So far as I can i lated and sent to the Supreme C -urt
Apr. 13. 1B24.
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those who were born and raised - of the State of Oregon to see if they
Mr. 1. V McAdoo.
I are constitutional or not, and then
nere don’t know what real life is.
Scio, Ore.
Everything is too artificial. Since convene the Legislative Department
Dear Sir.
th«,*
breaking out of the hoof and to ratify their decision.
1 will try and write a few lines to
What is the use of the common
mouth
epidemic. Loe Angeles sure
you and friends in Scio. I rectdve
people
electing their representatives
has
been
<>n
the
bum.
Nothing
can
the little paper everv week gr>d read
to
the
Legislature
to pass laws for
be
«hipped
in
or
out
of
the
state.
everv word there is in it
It is just
If
the
quarantine
is
not
lifted
soon
them,
and
piling
up
great expenses
like getting a let'ur from ^ >me.
|
upon
the
stete,
when
these five men
this
part
of
the
country
will
be
fl-
I arrived in Lxw A ng vie# <Tud»t-
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people is the voice of God." It was
from this thought that the Declara­
tion of lnd#pendai>ce and the Con­
stitution of the United States were
formulated, and our government
started to function upon a hitherto
unknown and untried experiment,
in giving all the people a voice in
government. Prior to thia all gov­
ernments were ruled by kings and
monarchs, and it was almost non­
sense to talk of a government of the
people* for all the people, by all the
Dr. MrlUnlhin is a regular graduate
In medldne and surgery and is licensed
by ths «1st« of Or.>gon. Hrduva not
operate for chronic appendicitis, gall
atones, ulcers of stomach, tonsils or
adenoids.
So the pendulum swuog
He has to his credit wonderful results people
in diseases of the stomach.liver.bowels, back and forth for long years in dis­
blood, skin, nerves, heart, kidney.blad­
der, bed wetting, catarrh, weak lungs, cussing whether such a government
rheumatism, sciatica, leg ulcers and could be formed or not. until finally
rectal ailments.
Below are the names of a few of his ■mu with vision, men with brains,
many satisfied |«tients in Oregon:
men with justice permeating everv
Emma Pekkan. Ilwaco, Wash., chest liber of their being wrote up a dec­
trouble.
W. C. To<M. Grass Valley, Ore., ulcer laration of principals showing up
ot the stomach.
laws of injustice and whv all men
Joseph Schuster, Beaverton. Ore., ca­
tarrh ami heart trouble.
«hould enjoy their God given right
Elisabeth Taylor. Baker jBL)re., inp »• to ’Tifo. Iil<erty. and pursuit of hap-
tinal trouble.
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Mrs. Ernest l-acey, Ironside. Ore,, pm#--«,'’ and gave to the world that
heart and nervous trouble.
unmorfal document, the Declaration
C. J. Minch, rslacada. Ore., kidney '
of
• .ianev. yet we were not
and bladder trouble.
Mrs Henry Baker. Banks. Ore., gall
:e«dy
to
function
as a fine and in-
atones and appendicitis.
E. (J, Nichols. Lebanon, lire., appcn-l iependent government. We had no
dici lie.
cons! itntion and in or<ler to proceed
Remember above date, that consulta­
tion on this trip will tie free and that . a prviMi de was written up outlining
his areaimont is diffcrunt.
what the constitution should em-
Married women must be accompanied
• <dy,
’We. the people of the Unit­
by their husbands.
ed
Stat«-«,
in order to form a more
Address: 211 Bradbury Bldg.. Ln«
Angeles, Calif.
perfect Union, establish justice, In­
Farmers!
Businci« Men!
Attention !
Everybody uses Envelopes
and Letter Heads nowadays
as it is a mark of business
distinction. The Scio Tri­
bune has just made a lucky
purchase of 40,000 white
envelopes, the kind we use.
and will print them for you
at the following Low Price:
500
1000
100
.
12.50
«.... 4.00
..... .. .7$
Or will sell them by the
box unprinted at $1.75. but
it in better to have your re­
turn card on the corner. .
Send in your order now.
an this npmber will not last
long at*
t these prices. If
dksn accompanies order.will
prepay parcel post
lAalc for prices on 5000 or
mor«. Envelopes are 24 lb.
substance.
sure domestic tranquility (to all the
! people), provide for the common
‘ defense, promote the general wel­
Figure This
the biggest reason for using
Southern Pacific Ix>cal Service
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Business men use
Southern Pacific ser­
vice for short trips as
well st for long ones.
It costs so much less
than any other form of
transportation.
And yet Sou thorn Paci­
fic service is the moat
e of all. It’s
fast and comfortable,
too.
In <■ ther words, it’s
S
. n Pacific Ser­
vice and tnat means
much to those who
have traveled widely.
Take aib'.mU'fcof this
’. ‘.‘Oliver al­
lowed <>n l.lox-n-day
round trip tickets.
'I hat’s a new feature
for your convenience.
Compare it yourself
with other ways to go.
You’ll find that a ticket
over t he Southern Pae i-
fic costs from one half
to one tenth what
other kinds of trans­
portation costs.
by a jury and acquitted, the other.,
a poor farmer boy. was fined a
thousand dollars. I notice another
rotten deal on the whisky question,
where the fine and liquor were re­
turned'-it was a place of wealth and *
enjoyment for the high brows
Yet
a poor man or farmer bov if caught.
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with a bottle is given the limit of
one to five hundred dollar fine.
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The next move will be to declare
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the 18th amendment unconstitution­
The blisters break down and
al because It interferes with pernon- lips.
1
may
soon
disapfiear but more often
al liberty.
The question arises: 1
how long can we expect law and or- ’ they cause ugly ulcere in the mouth
der to exist, where such procecdure 1 and around the feet. Th# normal
is being multiplied every day? Let 1 appetite is generally attained in 10
e
Southern Pacific
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Lucky After All
Orev m Editors don’t know what
they unis by noi having'lo operate
j i. der the laws of Spain. If they
us sing America, ’’from eve/y moun- to
' 20 days in mild cases, but the . I their newspapers would be just
flow is withheld to another ab>ut a* thrilling as a .crop report
tain side let freedom ring.”—A Red mi'k
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freshening.
In the malignant type or a res? estate transfer.
Blooded American.
from three to 18 months are requir­
in Spain the laws are most drastic
ed for the animal to get back to with r> i*< t to charges made by or
Dr. Goin Give* Advice
a normal appetite.
m a new-paper against a private in*
Diagn««is
is
made
from
th«-above
i
dividual
or hu -mess concern. The
Dr. J. W. Goin. Veterinarian at
symptoms
and
horses
and
calves
are
part) a<- u*. J ha# the right to an-
Albany, contributes the following
article on the Foot and Mouth dis- ¡loculated for a cheek test,
s*er the charges, and hie answer (if
The control of the disease is made) mu»l I m * published within 48
ease which is at present raging in
slaughter of all infected animals, hour« after the charges were pub-
California: The foot and mouth
disease is acute, highly communi­ burial io quick lime aix feet deep, , lidied and in the same position in
cable disease, chiefly confined to the accompanied by strict quarantine the paper.
Think what an American newspa-
cloven footed animals. It is char­ and disinfection.
The
dread
disease
is
highly
cum-
'
would be up against in handling
acterised by an eruption of vesicles
municable.
Few
people
realise
the
the
presents.'
atorial investigations!
or blisters on the mucous membrane
ease
with
which
it
can
be
carried
of the mouth and on the skin be­
Date Postponed
tween the toes and above the hoofs. * oerson may be unconsciously iu
an
infected
area,
enter
his
car
and
The vesicles rupture, forming ero­
Tin: Guernsey Games, which were
is also , **rive lo •n’r P1,e* in »*»•■ United
sions and ulcerations. '. There
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* to have started with a banquet in
States
and
take
the
infection
with
salivation, loss of appetite, lameness,
loss of milk and emaciation. Cattle ^im. A crate of lettuce can do the Washing! >n county and run through
1 same thing. We can get along with­ Way 2. have been postt*one«i indef-
and hogs are more susceptible to
inntely on account of foot and mouth
the disease, but sheep and goats as out California fruit and vegetable*.
,
dtseaw-
Because of the possibility
Do not condemn the authoriti***
well as all cloven footed wild ani-1
of
this
terrible
disease getting in
mala take it readilv
It is rarely for establishing the quarantine, no
h«-r#
and
of
th#
tremendous
spread
known in horses, dogs, cats, poultry matter how much it may discomfort
you. They arq working for vour in­ it w jld get if picked up accidently
or man
terest. whether you own Rveirtock orl 1>. members attending the gaities it
The disease is caused by an ultra not. Rather, do v<»ur part in giving > wris thought advisable to call the
microscopic organism that has nev-i them aid. And above all. If yiftk tour off altogether.
er been isolated. Unlike most in­ have any animals that act raspiciotMr
"I Cot R.«l Mad whan I Last My
fections, one attack does not cause report them to your local or to your
Setting Hen,” writes Mrs. Hanna,
state veterinarian
These officers
immunity. For this reason the fed­ are doing all they can for your pro­
N. J.
“tel **n< lata me ten aad lauwi an teat
eral and state governments are mak-; tection.
Mtur >4r -d 1
nal mad <te ,»wliwr of Mat
PeoDle who own fields where wild ’ S».| > 1 m lag nu I'-ehr, nten UmM aw
ing strenuous fights against it. The
Ma>
< new. >a un a» aMs- NkaaS
period of incubation ranges from geese feed will do the state as well j fmn,C»*drat. Thrwoar. !■>»-.. Wc.SSc.SlJS.
buU cad «uoaalate hr
as themselves a favor by keeping i
one to 18 days, usually from three
all livestock away.
Kelly's Drugstore, Scie. Oregon.
to six days. Usually the death rate
in afflicted animals Is three per cent,
but it has reached from 30 to 40 per
cent in malignant outbreaks.
The symptoms are easily noted.,
First the victim has a chill, follow-:
ed by a high fever. Then in from '
one to two days vesicles or blisters
from the size of a hemp seed to a
pea form cn the mucous membrane
ot the mouth and tongue, soon fol­
lowed by the appearance of others
at the coronet and between the dig­
its of the feet and also by similar
lesions on the teats and udder of
cows. Mild caaee soon recover but
the great majority of afflicted am-'
fare and secure the blessings of lib­
erty t ourselves and our posterity,
do ordain and establish thia consti­
tution for theM’oited States of
America."
This constitution was
derided into three departments, 1st.
the Ia*gi»lativc Department, in which
the voice of all the people should be
heard through their elected repre­
sentatives as their law making body.
2nd. The Executive Department;
j to execute the laws enacted by the
voice of all the people, through
their representative«.
3rd. The Judicial department, to
I decide upon the justice or injustice
of laws enacted by the other two de-
mals become aore-mouthed and sore-
. oartments, if in conflict. In aatab-
'lishmg justice to all the people. footed an J refuse to eat Long ’
strings of ropy saliva fall from the
But it seems thia last department
has usurped the power of the other
two departments and what it say»
is the voice of God. and not the
people’s.
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I notice two recent decisions of
the Oregon Supreme Court in whicti
•Soo, Oregon
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