The Scio tribune. (Scio, Linn County, Or.) 1919-19??, November 20, 1924, Page 6, Image 6

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Old Neighbor Dies
BEAUTY SHOP
Who Is the Most Popular Young Lady
No married woman allowed to enter the race. Get busv fathers,
mothers, relatives ami sweethearts
Ask the merchant for partic­
ulars, but hurry. Only a few day« to put your favorite over.
I nominate
Miss..............................................................
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as the most popular • r ung lady in this community.
Cut this out, write in tunic ami with a |>ciiny drop in ballot box
Popular
Prices
Women’s Misses and Children's
Clothing and I laberdashery
f
A.
Oregon
Attention!
WHEN IN NEED OF TRI CK WORK ON SHORT ON
LONG HAULS. "REMEMBER I A.M ALWAYS READY
TO DO YOUR TRUCK HAULING
I solicit your busineaa.
Licensed and bonded
Our prices arc resonable.
Phons 21
Your Order
W iliic I ). Johnston
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When Your Hogs are Ready for Mar­
ket. Look Over I his Proposition Before Selling Elsewhere
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I will haul your hogs to Salem market from your
ranch at Me per hundred, Salem weight, or I will
weigh them at West Scio and buy at 50c below Salem
market price.
J.
D. Densmore. Jr.
vallis Sunday.
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In lb« Matter 1
of the Estate
Notice of Sale of Real
of
Property
J. £. '■ euman.
By Executor
ikfruel
Notice is hereby given that under and
by virtue nf the power and authority
given to George Kerch, the undersigned
Executor, tn th.- last W ill and Testa
■sent of J. E. Yeoman, deeeassd. the
undersigned Executor will sell at pn-
vate sale, fur cash, from and after the
first day of 1‘erember. Wi.the follow
mg drM-nlx-d rest property, to-wit:
Commencing at the Southeast
corner of the Sort beast quarter
of the Southeast quarter of
Section fifteen < IS» in Town-
»hip Nine (9, South. Range
One || West of the Wdlam-
<-tte M< rnftan in I Inn County.
Oregon, running thence West
eighty (-»1» rmis; thence North
seventy four (741 rods, more or
h-«a, to the centre of the Coun­
ty road; tbrnce Easterly along
the ci-rit. r «f satai County road
to Oar Section line between
Se.-ti.ui» f ourteen (14) »nd Rf-
tm*n(l&); thi-nce South along
said Action line to the place of
beginning, and containing
acres of land, more or leas.
That ssid -ale will be subject to the
•w’firn>«tion and approval of the Coun­
ty C- irt of the State of Oregon for
Linn County.
Dated, i>«st«sl and firat published this
Wth day «f October. 1924.
G boruk K erch ,
Executor of she last Will and Testa­
ment of J. E. Yeoman, deceased.
V. I.VIE Mi i'ltOBKKY,
Stay ton. Oregon,
Attorney for Executor.
I a«t publication Nov. 27. 1914.
Msi Agnes Wrsely, w ho han Iv-cn N. Weddle the same evening.
working in Portland for some time,
Fred T. Bilyeu of the Ford Gar­
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came home last week, and plans to age went to Portland Friday to get
spend the winter here.
a new model 1925 Ford touring car
W H. Small of Portland was in which he had sold toTleorge Westen-
town the last of the week assisting house. Mr. Westenhuuse has the
with the work of remodeling the distinction of being the first in this
vicinity to buy a 1U27 model.
George M. Bilyeu home.
Globe - Albany
Will show here 3 days
starting Saturday,
November 22
CoahBöcas Skew SiloNag Smdiy
130 to 11.30 p m.
Mrs. Arnette Rare and son. Wil-
Mre. E. G. Arnold entertained
ham. arrived Sunday from Spokane,
some of the wives of the Knights of i
Wash . to visit at the home of Mrs.
Pythias Tuaaday right while the
Bare’s sister. Mrs. George M. Bilyeu.
men were at lodge.
They are enroute to California to
Mrs. M. I*. lx>ng was taken ill the spend the winter.
last of the week, aud on Sunday
Misses Vesta Sherfv and Edith
evening was taken to the hospital at
Pentney went to Salem Saturday,
Albany for treatment.
and from there to .Miss Sherfy*«
Antone Faltus and Frank Shinoat home near lxibanon where they spent
left Monday morning in the Shinoat Sunday, returning to Sci > Sunday
car for Malin, in southern Oregon, evening.
David W. Griffith’«
“America”
Bigger and Better than ' ’Hie
Birth of a Nation."
N oti
This picture also op­
ens on tins date in the Au­
ditorium at Portland.
POPULAR PRICKS
to hunt ducks and geese.
Adults. 50«
l hildren, 25c
The Alumni and high school boys
will play basketball at the gym Fri­
day night, the proceed» to be uaed
to buy a stove fur heating the gym.
For Sale — Potatoes, first class in
every particular. Market price
Dell Wea:cnh«>use was down from
See Chas. Chrx, Scio. Ore. 13-lf.
Lyons Friday and shipped out a car
load of feed and flour from the Scio To Loan—f 1000 on first mortgage
at 6 per cent. For further infor­
Mill & Elevator Co., to his store at
mati»n call al tite Tiibune oilier.
Lyons.
Dip
Dr. J. F Hoech and wife of Red­
For Sale—Four good irrade cow*,
mond. Oregon, visited friens here
two fresh and two coming f reati.
last week. Mrs Hoech was M im
Price |45 each for quick sale.
See Z J. Clark
lt>-p
Winifred Munkers before her mar-
For Sale--Pedigreed Jersey bull
calf, ene month old. at a bargain
price. See W H. Wyman, route
2. Scio. Oregon.
Dip
No Acid in This
Farm Ixums Money at fi|' < with
nominal commission; prepayment
priviledges after first year. W’m.
¡lain, Albany Ore.
13-e
For Sale Registered Du roc Jeisrv
brood aow; papers furnished with
sale. Priced to sell. Ser R R
Borovicka. Scio, Oregon. 14-e
Any girl in trouble may communi­
cate with Enaign lx-e of the Sal­
vation Army at the White Shield
Home. 565 Mayfair Ave., Port­
land. Oregon.
For Sale —Fine dremrd Ducks and
Geese and young Rooster Broile-s
for your Thanksgiving dinner, de­
livered to you at market price.
Phone Mr*. A. Hetxendorf. Scio.
have opened a shop in the little
building back of Morrison’s store,
where I am prepared to file and
gum your saws, »hsrj en scissors,
r. pair gas and ateim engine«.
H. S. Johnston.
14-tf-e
For Sale I team of horses, weight
alaiut 2S00 Ibe.; 1 team of mules,
weight about 2200 lbs.; one span
of three-year-old unbroke mare
colts. Or we will trade any or
all of above for sheep, cattle or
hogra. See Funk Brothers, route
4. Seto. Oregon.
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Mrs. A W. Hagey passed another
Mrs J. l> Densmpre and son,
milestone on life's journey Tuesday,
John Jr., attended the show in Al­
and
in her honor .dis. P. H. Mac­
bany Thursday night.
Donald entertained with two tables
President Coolidge has issued a of 500 dosing the evening with the
proclamation setting aside Thursday, serving of uelieious refreshment«.
November 27. as Thanksgiving Day. gh
, dinner ?uetl
Mrs. J fl
riage
This is her first visit here in
about 1H years.
v
in trk county court of thr
STATE OF OREGON PUR LINN
COUNTY.
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The Scio Tribune
Thomas M Champlin passed away
Fred T. Bilyeu and family visited
The West* re Nut Growers associ­
at his home in Salem on Thursday.
ation will me~t at Newberg. Decem- in Salem Sunday
November 13. at the age of M years.
lier 11 and 12.
Mrs. Gerald Haarier is home from He was a member of the Mawmic
L. J. Holland has received the ap
E. R. Ia**m and aim. Floyd R.. a visit in Portland
pointment of mail carrier on route
lodge of Salem, and of the IOOF
of
Yoncalla. Oregon, were in Scio
1. The examination was held some
Mian Joeie Ko tan was tn Albany of Hemlock. Mich . his former home,
three months ago, and there were Thursda*' on business
on bustnrw Saturday
and of the G. A. R.
ten applicants for the position.
We lived neigh bore to Mr and
Walter Truex, of the Truax Mo­
Mr. and Mrs J. S. Sticha were in
Mrs.
Champlin in Salem, and they
tor (’u.. and I). W. Stewart, sales­ Salem and Albany Sunday.
were
people
whom to know was to
man. were in Scio Monday on busi-
Mrs. F. T Bilyeu and Mr» W f
love.
We
extend
our sympathy to
neM
GIB were shopping in Salem Friday.
the bereaved family.
Mrs D. C. Thorns is a|MKrtalUing
Everybody is cordially invited to
In Btvaching tarisi Packs, Scalp
Fred Mumper and C. E Kendlr
Treatments aud Manicuring
attend the entertainment and pie
were
fh Jefferson Friday morning
Officers Ejected
Phone for Appointments
social at the Arnold school house on
Mr«. D. C. Thom,
eSMSM..
Attorney
L
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Curl
of
Albany
has
Friday evening. Nov. 21.
I"he stockholders of the Crown
been appointed guardian of Ralph
Mining
Company met in the Odd
H.-llh
Fellows hall Monday night and trans­
R L. Hixson ami family returned
acted much important businoM and
•Sunday night from a weeks visit in
elected a board of directors for the
Portland.
in this Community?
ensuing year. J<>e Boyanovsky was
Mtae Ethel 1 Miner of Portland is elected president, and George M.
Have you a young lady in mind, who is 12 years ami more nf age,
wending the week with Mias Mary Bilyeu, R. E Perry. A. T. Powell,
I list vnu think i* the most |>opular. then go to any place of busi­
Donovan.
ness in Scio ami nominate her l>v buying as many votes as you
and Ed Taylor members of the board.
have pennies to spare; for each vote cast n p»nny must accompany
were'
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Gill vidted Alxiut 25 of the stockholders
it. Idle winner will l«c tiuecn of the Community Festival and Ba­
Mr. and Mrs. A. J Johnson at C-or- present.
zaar next week. Make it snappy, put your girl in the honor seat.
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Mrs. 1. V McAdoo spent the week
F R. Shelton was <m the sick list
end ia Portland
the first of the week.
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Battery
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when wc ceccive it.
Starts
its life when we fill it.
WILLARD
RADIO
BATTERIES
are charged B«>ne-Dtv. That’s
wlyr thtgr last so much long­
er.
Let us show you why you’ll
get letter results with Wil­
lards.
Bartu Motor Co
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