The Scio tribune. (Scio, Linn County, Or.) 1919-19??, February 26, 1925, Page 4, Image 4

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Governor Fierce was charged «Ith
threatening the leglslatnre Io veto tbe
appropriation blU for the public «erv-
Ice cor:mls«lon unless the bouse
un
dcr suspended rules, rushed through
the bill which placed a gross earnings
tax up public ulJIlllo* to yield fM.000
a year.
A'.i'pllng the challenge of the
bouse. Governor Pierce threw hla veto
<>f the Ilvo.ooo appropriation voted
for the auppurt of the pubtlc Servian
cm nils* ion Into tbe arena Saturday
afternoon.
Fr.mary Measures O*f*sted.
Th» Milla bill to amend the direst
primary law, providing for post pri­
mary nominal ing eon vent Ions, was de­
feated In the senate. It received IP
voles and M vote« were cast against It.
This ends the proposal to cur* *«>ntr
of tbs defects In the primary law
Th* bouse killed the measure Intru-
duced by ths Jackson county delega­
tion. which provld<-d for a pr* primary
county conventtan achrme through a
change In lb* present law.
In th* face of open oppoatGsn by
Governor 1‘ierrw th* resolution Intra-
dnerd In tbe renal' by Senator ilennln
was adopted by the bouse by a vote of
34 to S4 and will go on tbe ballot at
the next general election for ratifica­
tion of th* people
It declares It a*
state pulley that no Income lai or la-
her llano- tax »hail be levied and may
Revised figures having to do with
not be enacted for IS years
the appropriation* authorin-d by Ike
Forced Auto Inauranc* Killed.
Joint ways and means committee of
A
house bill providing for oompul
the house and senate for lb« current
biennium indicate that these allow sory automobile liability Insurance to
ancos aggregated approximately IT, be handled by the state industrial as
140.*71. a« against 46.7*4.0*9 36 r-.mn clrt-nt commission, was chloroform«!
mended by the «tate budget comml* In tbe bouse by ludeflnU* puntpone
uawsaaaamaa«—mas»s= .- .. . ". st .,
- - ment.
Another bouse bill which, on It* f*c«*
called for a uniform set of casualty tw>
sura nee rate* In Oregon, was also la-
definitely postponed
Indefinite poatponrment also wan
Sunday, Monday, Tuesday
lhe fate of a house bill setting th*
March 1-2-3
salmon catch limit by trolling oa th*
lower Rogue river
Cecil C. DeMillc's
After protests had been mad* by
Senators Eddy and Joseph tbe wnat*
refused to approve Representative Crw-
mer'a bill providing for rwgular pay
Another triumph bv the out
days In certain employments, and
kcr «»f "The Ten Comma««!
again referred the measure to tbe com­
ment«.”
mittee on revielua of lane
Under the provisions of a bill ap
Coming Soon
ptoved by the senate II would be un­
law ful for any person, firm, corporg-
Thoma« Mcighan’s latest
Uon or organiiallou to circulal* so-
Globe - Albany
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10 lOTMtlt«'» lb* meth
In Oregon and r»|x>ri Ua (Indù;« tu
tb» tealslalur* al Ha nest Staaten
Tb* «anala and boua* ov*rrv«te tbe
Ta» senate approved a bill Intro
vs to of Governor Plwrce of Henat--r duoed by the alcoboll« traffic commlt-
Magladry*« bill providing for th» »m ,»* taking from the alate prohibition
piuymwnt of not to *«r»*d M *ta«< depnrttuwbi th* . nfor, rîî,rïst síf th
truffle oUI-er* under tbe **crw«ary of
* act Under th» provtelona < 4 th»
•tat* aad lucreaatn* tb* aalarte* >»<
bill tbe eufort-emaut of this taw rould
tb*** operative*
be placet! under 'he jurtsdlctl >n of
Uud*r tb* provisions of th» act tb*
the ■tale board of pnarmacy.
cbt*f tn*p*ctor for tb» Mat* motor vs
btcl* department would r*x»lve a max
Inium of M74 a tnotuh a* aaalnat tb»
prw**at salary of «JO* Tb- stat* traf
Re officers would r*r*iv« «126 a month
for tb* first year** service. 1130
month durlag tb* aecond year. an
«176 aflat enter1 ng «poll Ibhw year-
and Mr«. J. S. Sticha spent
of scrvlo*.
Monday in Albany.
Governor Pterc*. in hía vete ioh
sag*, coateaded that It »M the du’y of
Mia« Vesta Slerfv was in Albany
tb* *X*euttv* department to enforce Saturday «hopping
the law* of th» Mat» »nd that th*
polk-ing of tb» highway* *** not •
prop*r function for tb* wcrolary of
state to perform
J. N. Weddle i« confined to the
Coatendina that stive b» ba* been house with a •« vere cold.
la the tuv»rnor*a office- there has b—-r*
Mita Grace Bilyeu i« out from
pr**su*tM> so bill *• far rwaeWn« lt>
It* poaaibi* *fnM.-t. and a* «4*4« Itneutai Portland for a few days visit.
given tb«lr' writtea c-_>n*eat.
TrwfVI* VsSa Ov*er<*d»n
veals
lo the asnwai welfare as l -»u*e bill
Mr. and Mr« H. 1- Wat<nt>augh
161, Gov-iruor Pi -roe sent In bl* v, - •pent the week-end in Corvalli«.
of that measure tnlroduc.d by Meindl
W. A Ewing an I Riley Shelton
of Multnomah, designed lo «1rs th*
pee-r of MuPsiWuj »»li-r power lu were in Albany on business Frtdav.
raJiro*4*.
*111« city council meet« next Thurs­
Collect Unpa.d lascom» T««.
day evening in ita regular monthly
A bill aponeored by tb» b*u»e «-om •earn on.
mlttrw on a**«M*in»iit and taxation and
John Bender, a Jordan farmer,
providing for the roflm-tlon of unpaid
or <Mlnqu»til Inmme taxes under the waa in Scio <>n business lhe last of
act of IMS wa* pasmed
Rntoreemerit I the wuek.
of thia wet. it 1» clalm>'«l. «Ill re-ull lu Í
C-n-nt Cain ha* iteen confined to
tb» collodion of approximately li.ouo.
the house the past few day« with
two la Incom» taxes remaining unpaid
whooping cough.
at this tltn»
Th» hows* p***»d a senate bill pro
Miaa Edith I'entney «pent the
vldlng for ln< re*»** I* the ealsries of weekend in Molalla,
returning
th» Seva* state supreme court Jutigsw Monday evening.
from «¿260 io l7;.0u a year.
Mr. and Mrs A. W Hatf«-y have
There will be no bange In high
school course-* of att ly to liitrodu-r bought the Frank Titus property ;
penmanship, bookk»» dwg and arltb • near the planing mill.
mwtlc. a* prapoaMKl I m lhe Kddy bill I
Full line of bulk and garden
fur tb* bouse killed I. In short order < «red«, land plaster and ferlilixer.
Dwaplte tb* eigoroiis fight mad* by '
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Wesely's Giucery.
Henaior Garland In I ehalf of his bill1
Veri, the three year old ton of Mr.
to prohibit tbe advertising of cigar
•ttes tn Oregon through th» nvdiun. and Mr«. F. R Shelton, remain* very
of pewtera. painting» or signs, th» *>-u ill with whooping cough.
al* deteatad th* m«**ur»
Mr« Wilbur h unk visited Tuesday
Bill Double* Dry Fu«d*
with Mr«. Joe Hunkers and her
Itefens* of tb» eufurceiueat of tbe daughter. Mr«. Rena Luciu«.
prohibition law*, but «tonunrlallon ot
Darline, the four year old daugh'
the conduct of the state prohibition
office under the admiaiatrattoa of ter of Mr. and Mr« Fled Mumper
George U CtaMMF, few lured tbe dloru* i* quite ill with pneumonia.
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R Jia Shelton, wife and daughter
and
Ardith.
and
Mr.
Mr«
Fred
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Sturgis drove to Newport Saturday
evening. an>i returned Monday evetp
ing
Th« entertainment and dance giv­
en by
hr Z C. ft J
lodge at their
hall Saturday night waa well attend«
ed. and an enjoyable evening is re­
ported.
Word
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from
Mrs. Fresi
Axe. who liv<*d in Seto last winter,
is that she recently
underwent an
operation, and that she is recovering
nicely
Mrs
J. F. Proehaskafand daugh­
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ter and • m in-law of Portland vi«ih-
ed Scio friends over the week end
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«nd attended the Z. C B. J. dance
Saturday night.
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For Sale R<-d Clover Seed, good
Stuff, price 30c per pound. See
F. T. Thayer. Scio, Ore.
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For --ale White Pekin Duck Eggs.
$1.UO per setting. Call or phone
Fresi Roadarmel. Scio. Ore. 27tf
For Rent
Id-acre tract on We«t
Scio mad; also cow for sale. In­
quire of E L. Sixemore, on place, c
Waited To buy a turkey gobbler.
One weighing over 17 pound«.
Call on A. L. Arnold, R 1. Scio,
Oreg.
29 p
For Sale—Auto Knitting Machine,
good a« new. for $40; cost |70.
See or phone Franklin VanBrunt,
Scio. Oregon.
27t3p
For Sale !»unge. kitchen cabinet,
linoleum rugs and nunn-rou« oth-
« r article« <>f furniture. Mr«. J.
D l>en»more.
29-c
Fann Loans Money at
with
n- rninal commission; prepayment
priviledg«-« after first year. Wm.
Bain. Albany Ore.
26-c
Bring in your vesl and drowned hog*.
\\ e pay y u Pornland price« leas
«xprew charges.
No com mi mi on.
J. F. Wcaely. 22-tf
For Sale Horne and one-half Gas
Engine in g«H»«l shape. Priced
rea«onabi<-
See or phone I. G.
Faltu«. Scio, Oregon.
29p
alon of a bill Introduced In ’be awnai*
M im Myrtle Hollis «yen', tbe week­ Cash paid for false teeth, dental
by th» ateobollc traffic comuilttu* pio
gold, platinum and discarded jew­
end at her home here, returning to
vldlng that tb» fund* of th» Itepart-
elry. H >ke Smelting A Refining
Mt.
Angel
Tuesday
morning
ment should be Increased from IJS.ooo
Co.. Otaego, Michigan.
25-tf
to I6 o . o ( ki annually and for other
George I*ewi«, wife and «on, lx
For
Sale
Double
diac
drill,
or will
equally Important changes In the «slat-1
Roy. of Portland spent the week-end I
trade
What have you to trade?
Ing pr*hlt«Mion statuta* Th* bill was
with G. W. Morrow and wife.
I. ('. Quick,
R 1, Scio, Ore.
Hv**»d. 17 I* 3.
(Mt. Pleasant neighbornood) 30-p
Only bln* vote* were mustered In
Rev. E. V. Ostrander, wife and
opposition to • bouse bill providing
«on. Donald, were Sunday dinner No Baby Cnix thia year, but can fur­
for tb» a*t*l>ll*bmr*t ot the Hout hern
nish «nrg« for hatching. $5 00
Orugoa normal »--bool at Ashland wb*n guest* of Mr. and Mr«. W. F. Gtll,
per 100. S. C. White laghorns,
It came up tor Gnat pasaage la tb*
Mr. and Mr« D. C. Thom« visited!
Hanson's Strain.
called campaign tickets prior Io an
house Tb* bill was paaaed. after ron
R C. Pettit. Scio, Ore.
29-p
in Portland over the week-end with
election unl-ss the persons whoa*
alderable debat* In which It was shown
names appear on the tlckrta haw
Mr«.
G.
H.
Jett,
a
sister
of
Mr«.*
Potatoes
f
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Sale
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Roth
fur
table
that tb» «tat» normal ncbool la unable
u«e and seed. Netted Gem« and
to provide the number of graduate Thom«.
Sunrise: also good feed grinder.
laacbar* required by the aisle
The
Mr and Mr«. Roy Burgett drove
2 h r«e power. See Chas. Chrx,
bill passed by tbo how*» provides fur
On West Scio road.
27-tf
tbe levy ot on*twentieth of on* mill down from Keiao. Wash . to spend
annually for **pport ot the Ashland the week-end with their aunt. Mrs. Raby Chicks for Sale — From our*
•choot. Tb» old atate normal school Joe Munker«.
Hollywood «train 200 to 240 eg|f
building* tbare can be utilised <0 a
hen«. Rudy for delivery March
R.
M.
Phillip*
and
wife
«pent
the
large extent. It was staled
10.
I’ricw 115 00 per 100. An­
week-end in Silverton with Mr.
Banking Msasure Passed
tone Falta«, R. 4, Scio. Ore. 31-p
Th* n*w «tat* banking cod*, passed Phillip«* aislcr, Mrs. Sarah Hepburn,
For Sale Rosenkranz «train Brown
by tbe senate, was approved by prac­ who is verv ill.
I«eghotn Eggs, fl oo tx-r 15 or
tically unanimous vote of the houe*.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Bilyeu enter­
IS 75 per 100; Bahy Chick« $16 50
Th* maaaur» attempt« to throw added
tained a few friend« at 500 at thrir
per loO
Hannon «train While
•»rarity about dapoalta In Orwgoti I
Ix-ghorn Egg« $5.00 per 100.
home
last night in honor of Mr«. E
Capital required to open •
beak«
( hieka $15 lM> wrr 100. Mr». J.
bank la Increased by tbe law from a A. Wagner of Dallas
H. Johnaton, Lyon«, Ore. 26tf
minimum at present of «I&000 In
Monday waa a leunl holidny, tw-
•mall leans to $14.000 and correspond
Egg« For Hatching, $5.00 per 100—-
ing Wnshington'« birthday. It waa
Ing Increase* In «-enters of larger pop
From two-year old hen« with a
duly celebrated by the poatoHiCe and
nlaU*a
fl-ick average of 224 eggs in their
bank an«! by the schools.
Lapialatlva Brevities
pullet year, mated to cock« from
a p-ii of hens w.th record« of 277
Tb* tree or loan textbook law «eat
Ailwit Fowell, who work«-d for
to 299 with male'« dam a 209 hen.
down to defeat tn th» house
i the Ballin Lumber Co. laai year, ha*
R. H. McDonald, route 4. Scio,
Governor Piero* signed the bill an-
Oregon.
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thorislng th* formation of mutual sav- returned to Scio, to work fur the
Thomas Creek Lumber Co.
tn«» banks In Oregon
I.ntE B»GETS LOCK H« ad your herd
Th* bible will not b* rend In th«
with a well-bred registered Ayr­
Mr. Ender has finlahed hi« work
public acbooia, a* was dsalrad b> Sen
shire bull
We offer:
a tor Garland HI« bill waa Indvrflnit* M mill wright for the Thoma* Creek
1 2j-y»-ar old................................ $125
Lumber Co . and has returned to
ly postponed by th* bouse
1 lM-mi-nth* old ......................
90
Tbe way* and means committee of hi« home al The Dalle«. Oregon.
1 15-moeith« old.......................
75
tbe house recommended with draw al of
Sciohn Farm. Scio, Linn county.
Mrs. P. H. MacDonald substituted
bona* bill 114. which would hav* trans
Oregon.
28c
ferrod control ot th* penitentiary from for Miss Freda Thayer in the Scio
th* chief exec«live to th* state board school during her absence at the fu­ "I control 193.70 acre« in the Linn-
hawn District, known a« the L.
of control.
neral of her nephew, Wayne Sheitun.
M Boyer farm
Io any one In-
New armories dotted «boat tbe «tale
tereMed in buying I will sHI fora
Gordon Wesely suffered a badly
seamed kxK «bee. tn harmony whh re­
«mall navment down, long time
ports by tbo ways and means commit cut foot last Saturday when the ax
on balance, with a low rate of
tea,
bills
providing
for
theca
worn
Condenaery. Scio, Oregon
with which he was cutting «take«
intercut,”
H. B Cuaick. care
withdraw*.
for a flat ear «imred.
He wae laid
First Saving« Rank. Albany. Ore­
Tbe senate adopted * resolution aa
gon.
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'barking th* awi-etiaa *f . aorerw-r » off fr»m work fur «everal days
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Rai am —- Un«bl* to complete ft*
lnlxirs within th* today period pre
scribed by the constitution the lexis
lature extended the session over fair
this week. The chief reason tor »1
I'-nding the session waa the failure
to pass th» necessary appropriation
Illi« and frame legislation to pros id«
the additional revenue required fur
tbo non two years.
Memtvra will receive no pay tor
their time thia week but compensa
lion for thu house and senate staffs,
which Includes everybody down to the
stenographers and pag*a continue* un
til adlouruaiani sloe dlr.
Although the ways and mean* <c>m
tn Ilia* worked hard to evolve a pro
gram to uieei the fluaa> ,al n- .-Is of
the stats tor ths coming two year«
the demand* for money far ouisirtp
ped ths funds available. Faced sub
the threat of the governor to veto
any attempt to add to the direct l«x
levy against real property, the com
mlltoe planned on making special
I* vies, including laics on cigarettes
sad tobacco, a gross earning* las t-n
public utilities and diversion of perl
of the fee« collected by semi f-ublh
commissions to the general fund Thr
governor told the coiuinlttee that he
would veto such taxes
As a rmiill
the financial program was In a lan«le
when the legislature adjourned Het
urday «nd senate and bouse organ
liatlon leader« planned to frame a
definite policy during the week end
and drive It through.
B<g Osflcit Faced.
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plete Labors Within Con-
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SESSION AT SALEM
RUNS OVER 40 DAYS
sloe
With available funds of It.tKMU
reported by the «tale budget commla
lion, it probably will bv aeceasary fur
the legislature io make up the de
fhlt resulting from the over spprupria
Hues by levy lag «JdMIveal taueu.
The house of representative* burl
cd defiance al tloveraor I’lerve when
Il refused to «uapvnd the rule* and
place on final paaaage a bouse bill
providing for the placing of a tax «a
public uillltlee In accord with a <1*
mand made by lhe «overuue upon tbe
ways and means committee.
«•rvie* Body Act Vetoed.
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