The Scio tribune. (Scio, Linn County, Or.) 1919-19??, December 03, 1925, Page 9, Image 9

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    General News
The Scio Tribune
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Supplement. Dec. 3, 192*>
New* From Lyona.
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December 2
Overloaded With Merchandise For I his Reason Only!
The Miaaes McEIhattay and Zeta
Prichard »Dent the week-end In
Portland, returning Sunday evening
Albert Hing and wife entertained
Portland relative« Thanksgiving.
J. H Johnston and faxilv were
Albany vim tore Friday.
Mies Georgia Whitney visited over
the week-end with frienda at Silver-
The Bartcher Furniture Co.
Fred Mariela haa been quite burr
the past week doing chorea for Ar­
thur Vaughn while the Vaughns and
Mra. Strayei »pent several days with
Portland relativea. They expected
to return Sunday evening.
Hugh M. John»ton »pent the week­
Sale Opens I hurs­
day, Dec. 3, at 9:00
a. m., and will con­
tinue for nine selling
end viaiting with the M. S. Ti tua
family in Stayton.
Rev. Brouae and family were
Thankagiving guests with E. E.
Trask and wife. In the evening a
donation party waa given for the
miniater of the M E. church.
The Sunday school superintendent
announced there would be a church
social next Friday evening. Decem­
ber fourth, at the community hall.
Clyde Thomas and wife of Jordan
wete Saturday callera at Jack John­
The schools at Lyona and Fox
Valley have received the 1925 tu­
berculoma seals and the pupils will
take part is selling as many aa pos­
sible to help a just cause.
It is rumored that Prof. Payne is
away on a matrimonial tour since
Thanksgiving day. However, we
are unable to get correct details yet.
Miaa Hilda Johnston spent Friday
and Saturday with her aunt. Nella
Thomas at Jordan.
Miaa Ibella Surrey and brother,
George, of Lebanon were Lyona and
Fox Valley callera Saturday morn­
ing. going on to Salem to do some
shopping in the afternoon.
Ella Johnston is the owner of a
Star roadster since the flrat of the
week, the Truax Motor Co. of Al­
bany mating the sale.
Clyde Lewis and family and Mra.
Floyd Martin and daughter spent
Thankagiving with relatives in Port­
Just 9 Selling Days
of This Sale.
Opens on Thursday,
Dec. 3, (-loses Satur­
day, Dec. I 2.
A Mighty, Merciless Slaughter of Prices
' I 'hursday morning when the doors of this well known store swings open,
* the people of this section of Oregon are going to come face to face with
the Greatest array of Bargains they have witnessed in many years, for every
dollar’s worth of this Immense Stock, except a few contract goods, goes on
Sale at Prices that will Astonish You. I his is our first store-wide sale, and
we are entering into it with the determination to make it the master stroke
in our business career. We are going to give you a real sale, and when we
say a Real Sale we believe the people of this section of Oregon will heed
the call of our advertising and reap the benefits of this > sale We invite you
all to come and share in this Great Bargain Event
Bartcher Furniture Co.,
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At the road meeting held at Shel­
teaching chemistry. Thot«- pr. wnt
on Nov. 2?. the »pedal road
were A- J. McLain (W. 11 ‘a broth­
Concluded from Page I
er), Dillon McLain. T. M Russell, lax waa voted down.
T. M. Ruseell, assisted by Frank
Monmouth, where Mias Freda and wife and four children. Jesao. D->ran.
Clyo and Ellen of Shelburn, M. C. .Miller and hia aUg**>n. Bob Martin,
M im Beas Wiglesworth.who are stu­
butchered a fine beef Nov. 28.
dents at the State Normal, left the Mclain. wife and two »"ns. Ronald
T. M. Russell and wife made a
business trip to Stayton Nov. 30.
wife of Portland.
Mra. Mollie Miller and children
Mr. and Mra. Ira Morria of Port­
land »pent Thankagiving with hia attended the program n.d pie social
at Cole school house Nov. 25«
mother, Mra. Rebecca Morria.
Opal Shilling spent the week end
Mr. and Mrs L. C. Pennell of with her sister. Mrs- E- S. McCrae,
Camas, Wn., «pent Thankagiving at Munkers.
with their aon, C. L. Pennell and |
Miaa Doria Meisner, Shelburn's
school teacher, spent Thanksgiving
Mias Mary Kotan. who ia teach­
ing school in Albany, and her sister,
Mias Rosa Kotan, whose home is on
route 3. spent the Thankagiving va-
December 1
Charles Batea and aona are caring
for the Lyon's chorea while the fam­
ily la in California attending the fu­
neral of the late O- S Lyon
Ercell Osborn and wife, who ac­
companied their coueina. Mr. and
Mra. Rigans, to their home in Port­
land Friday. Nov 27. returned home
H- O Shilling and his son-in-law,
E S McCrae, traded milch cows on
Nov>0 and both think they got the
beat end of the bargain.
W. E- Evane of Lebanon called at
W H McLain's Noy. 2«
Mr- and Mra W. H McLain had
ail their children and grandchildren
Thanksgiving except their aon Har­
vey. who is in Borltagtan, Iowa.
Come in aiul sec us about getting glass enclosures put
on your car. Do not delay getting your tope, cur­
tains and upholstering done now and rule in comfort.
We are cquip|>cd to do your work satisfactorily.
All work guaranteed.
Jenning s Auto Top Shop
Corner E. Second and Baker Streets
N. L J km . ninos ,
Bring Your Job Printing to the Tribune.
Solve a dozen Christmas Prob­
lems with the Gift only you can
. cation in Portand.
Mrs. H. Robberding of Portland
came out last Wednesday to attend
with her parents at Camas, Wash.. at the bedside of her father. Matt
Mr, and Mra. W. W. Miller were I returning on the eight o'clock train Doubek, who died on Sunday morn­
Thanksgiving day guests of Mr. and Monday morning.
Mra. Clarence Leffler.
Albany, Ore.
Festive Day Eiyoyed
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The Most Appreciated of All Gifts
E. Clifford