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T he S cio T ribune
SCIO OREGON. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 24.1925
f 1.75 the Year
LINN COUNTY FORUM FIRST DRAWING IS HAD
ADOPTS BIG PROGRAM Bijz Crowd in L>wn r ‘ Í .y
Contestant Is Pleased
F ir«t Three Meeting« Will be
Program« to Follow
Last Saturday there met In Al
bany a few of the live wire« of Linn
county who lielieve in the future of
the county and who believe that
there is so much good in the moat
of u» that they feel the time ia ripe
to again take up the forum work
and discuss questions pertinent to
l.inn countv and the atate in gener
For two year« now the entire plan
of the forum haa been to engender
g ■ I feeling throughout the county,
and aa thia preliminary work is al
m<i»t completed, the program com
mittee haa arranged a aplendid out
line for discussion. The «peaker*
will come from local communitie«,
from Albany. Portland and OAC.
Among the subject« to be dis
cussed will be:
church, community organization,
community development, boy'« and
girl’s club, child care and home life.
And many other timely aubjecta.
Linn county subject«--A perma
nent road program, development of
water power resource«, »hall Linn
county contract for timber cruiae,
value of union high achool». the
county fair and countv ownership, a
county agent, county taxation.
Oregon subjects —the income tax.
a proper atate taxation program,
the truck law referendum, essentials
in »tate development, propoeed con
stitutional amendment« and referred
The miscellaneous »ubjecta com
prise cooperative marketing, land
scaping. musical programs lecture«
and debates, the Santiam highway,
the world court, church and Sunday
school problerna. foreatry and refor
The Aral meeting will be held in
Albany early in January, at which
time irticers for the year will be
Two delegatee to be sent
from each community, who will tie
entertained by Albany at a 6 o'clock
dinner. The evening program will
l>e open to the public at 8 o'clock.
If Scio want« the forum for either
February or March, the January
meeting will tie a good time to let
it lie known. Your editor attended
the Saturday meeting, and now haa
a warmer feeling for the big hearted
men of Linn county who are trying
to render real aervice to the county
and it« people.
Woman Bom Here la Dead
Mrs Almina Pomsroy received a
copy of the Dee. 9th issue of the
Twin Falls, Idaho, Daily News, in
which was the «a<1 nears telling of
the death of her niece, Mr«. Emma
Wheeler-Campbell, which occurred
Tuesday night. Dec. Nth, at 10:30
o'clock. Mrs. Campbell waa born in
Scio on March 17. 1859. and waa
therefore past 66 years old. She
will be remembered here by many
of the older residents, as her father.
Mr. Wheeler, conducted a »tore in
Scio in the early days. Her husband
preceded her in death a little ever a
year ago. Two sons survive.
Yesterday afternoon occurred t’ <■
first drawing for the free pnz - the
merchants gave away, and a big
crowd of happy people w.n or« -ent.
This was the secomi annual dra«mg
■tagol by the Scio merchants and in
eagerly looked forward to it seems
The second drawing »ill occur to
day at 2:39 p m . a» follows
N. I. Morrison
Kelly Drug Store
Bartu Motor Co.
J. L. Jordan
J. D. liensmore
The follswing won prize« from
the following store«, and first, sec.
ond third names indicate order
Couvy store Vista Sim». L.
Harvey. H I.. Watenpaugh.
Bilyeu Garage—R. L. Hix«in.
Mrs. V. J. Philippi. Gerald McDon
Gill’s store J. L. Arnold. F.
Thayer. With McKnight.
Fred Mumper's V J Philippi.
Elsie Limbeck. Wmt Young.
Cain's store —Clarence Pepper, 1
G. Faltua, Price Neal.
Weeely's store Ray Dob- m. E
F. DeLong. J. F. Parker
bcio Meat Market R M Shelton.
Sam Stoller. D. R. Shelton.
Pacific Coast Biscuit Co. F. T.
Thaver. Mrs. L. M Tucker. Mrs
Scio Tribune -Con WaatenhoUM*,
A. J. Salzer. J. I Stalcup.
Miss Rose Novak kindly acted a*
arbttrar in drawing the lucky name-.
Mr«. Bilyeu Give« Luncheon
Mrs. Fred Bilyeu w»i host«-«» f<>r
a one o'clock luncheon and the Scio
Bridge club al her home last Friday
afternoon. The centerpiece w»s a
Christmas tree with ribbon stream
ers leading to the plates <>n which
was a present for each member of
Holiday decora'ions were
al«<> used throughout th«- rooms.
In the playing Mrs Bragg won
the first prize and Mr«. Sticha sec-
ond. Mr«. Holland was given the
Four Finger« Hurt
Kenneth Sommer had all four lin
gers on hi« left hand badly mashed
Tuesday afternoon when a window
in the assembly room in the high
school fell on his hand. He started
down stairs after the accident and
fainted before reaching the bottom
This make« the third accident
that has befallen Kenneth lately,
His many friimda hope that the
soell i« now broken and that in the
future he may escape «uch misfor- i
Sweet Pea« in Bloom
When sweet iieas grow and bloom
outdoors at this time of year, it is
the climate. And it ia a gentle
apring climate we are having right
now. Tuesday morning Geo. Flan
agan. jr.. was displaying a nice bou
quet of sweet peaa and says there
are numerous other buds about to
Outdoor sweet peaa for
Ray McKnight. who ia attending
Christmas in Oregon is a world
OAC., came home Monday evening
beater, eve claim.
to remain for the holiday«.
The Tribune, II 73 the year.
Bee Mrs. Thoma for facials.
URGES CORN SUGAR
In n Letter to The Tribune, the
VI riter Say« a New Corn
OF »11 tka kisd «•»hstoa*« vkick tku kol.d«»
>*uo« «vola«. o«t of »11 tka vordt i» tka l«nqu,g<
so ose ka» eeet »n oc a» Jad i* »otciog a batter graeting
tkas —Usvry Ckn»ma«l ll sedare« «• Ckrutm*. endarea.
Sk>«e carra«' «< tka mf’ieace of Tka Qrwtl
Taacbar eaten.l» Tiara I» ao qtooa <a tka reliquia
brouqht to s» by tha Mas of Qslilaw. kooos tka graat «p»
pro» tu I ím » of 'ka ck ssrfst. «sarn. «dea 1« ceUbrahag
tku «aerad «aaiaerunj
Market la Needed
With the fact staring us in the
face that money loans, government
guarantees and subsidies, does not
Leí a« too <| ve lava ocoaaioa lo llfl ap oar laarU lo be
and never can solve the farmer's
marra. «I Ihu Ijuletula 5«rel« tka morid i» ga’t'.ng bollar
problem, it is refreshing to receive
tWallk u graatar «ad li|a u atora coiafortaUa Tkara i>
U m oppraaatoa «a goaemmont tkroagkoat tka «oHd M-ra
a communication that really offers a
pooplo parnc-.pa'a ta goveistng Ikamtalaaa. Man «ad
solution without being tainted by
«tornea ta a raaliialx» o| ikatr o«ra «koHcoaiing» «re
politic» an<i the furtherance of some
grvwing mora tolorast loatard tkcaa of oAarv Tkara u
• taadeacy lo froto* apoa oatoalattoa. CbarUy u commq
one s perpetuity in office
back lo i!» original dafinitioa. loaa, a .laura oat of tha
market for one hundred million
promptia^ of ’ka kaart lo do «omatkiag banafctal for
bu«hels of corn annually will be cre
•ka laflrm aad tkoao olkarwuo aajortaaato Tko cona'aal
ealeanoa of «.redil operahoa« «oanu lo prove a grov-k
ated through the use of sugar corn.
of koaaaty la daaliog» Uadoebtodly tka Qolden tula W
««>» George Kuhn» of De« Moines.
reco-nog a andar «pplicahoa la tka «flair* oj man Lat
Iowa, who further explain»:
peaatmum raftect u|wa ikall
Tka toll be a bailar cLrutma« tkaa arar liaforo Pailk.
"A fine quality of granulated au-
gar, suitable for all purposes, is now
kope loe*, peaca and.good toll are more flrmlq ««l«b»
Iiikmi «>kumaamr-ae> Mote paopla añil a»aat fnaa.1 and
lieing manufactured from corn," he
naigkbor to’k ckaarful groan og aad *eek lo pal all ika |<>q
"Manufacture of Corn sugar
powblo lato tka day taaaoa eaoagk fot a re«urganoe
on a large scale and the cultivation
of good fealiaq aad for makiag Iks occsMoa a m«m|
oao Vbaalead to «oa oeo aad all, Ika feliolahoaa of tka
of the taste of the American public
«Uk fiarticalar rmukou «pva— Marra Ckruma«l
for corn »ugar offers a solution of
th.- acute marketing problem now
confronting farmers of the corn belt.
''Creation of this new msrk-t for
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■ >ne hundred million bushels of corn
annually will solve our corn surplus
$20 for Coyote
Among the Afflicted
problem and Iwnefit every business
I out Monday morning when Lor
Mr«. C. A Batea of Scio was ope interest of every corn growing state
enz haak went down to his sawmill rated on at the Salem ll<>»pital last in the Union.
he found a sheep of Jew Hildreth’« Saturday for gall atones by Dr. A.
"The present pure food law w«»
that had lieen killed by a covote or G. Prill of Scio and Dr. Sleeve« of enacted before the process for the
dog, and he informed Mr. Hildreth Salem. Ten atone» were removed, manufacture of corn sugar was dis
of hi» find. Mr. Hildreth immedi-1 and the patient is getting along as covered. For that reason, corn sugar
ately got busy and offered Ted Isaak I well as could be hoped for.
ia not designated a» pure sugar anil
and Oral Hates <29 if they would
under the old law a canner cannot
catch and kill the coyote. The bovs ;
While coming down the stairway use corn sugar unless he labels his
accepted the offer and start.d out at hi« home laut Saturday morning, product as adulterated. Thia kills
with their hounds, and in about 3 Sam Stoller accidentally fell and the s«le of corn sugar in that impor
hours they had captured the animal (painfully bruised his left shoulder tant market. Amendment of the
and hail it skinned and the 320 Mr." and side. Dr. Prill attended him law to cure this discrimination will
Hildreth had agreed to pay was in and he is now able to be around.
ut once open a wide market for corn
their pockets. Mr. !»aak savs th«
| sugar and give an immediate outlet
hounds sure made the mountains
Mrs E. C. Shelton fell last Satur-1 for the surplus of the present record
roar when thvv jumped the coyote,
day while in her bathtub and struck crop of corn.
and suggests that if all sheepmen
There ia no waste in the process
her right side on the edge of the
would do as Mr. Hildreth there
sugar manufacture. A bu*
tub. breaking one of her rilw. She
wouldn't be many coyotes in the
can be converted into
was taken to Dr. Prill for medical
corn sugar; one and
attention, and though her injury in
of corn oil; 15 lbs.
very painful, »he i» getting along
Town Team va. Macca bee« nicely.
of molasses and 14| lbs. of gluten
stock food and oil meal. The by
The Scio town tram won 45 to 3
On l>ec. 19, 1925. a daughter was products find a ready market.
"Corn sugar has all the excellent
in a basketball game with the Jef born to Mr. and Mr«. A. A Bender
ferson Maccatiees tram at the gym who live near Jordan; fourth child. qualities of cane sugar except it will
not make Jelly and it is not quite as
nasium Monday night. Verne Neal, Dr. Prill report* all doing well.
sweet as cane sugar. This, however,
who ia home for the holiday a. play
is a matter of taste and of educating
ed on the team.
Miss Anna Klamer, who recently
Plans are being made for a double fell from a ladder in the barn strik the taste. As compared to cane
sugar, it is much more easdy diges
header alumni game during the holi-
ing her left «ide across a manager
dava while Verne Neal and Ixmlie and breaking three riba, is getting ted and haa equal purity. It iaequal
I in food value and has superior can
Thayer are here. Glenn Holland,
nicely, according to Dr. Prill, who
ning and preserving values.
another alumni now living al G ums .
is attending the ease.
"Com sugar has so much of merit
Wash., ia expected at that time.
and through Its use we have so much
At the Open Dour
to gain, that there should be 'aunch*
P. R Bilyeu was able to come
••■I an educational campaign that will
down town Monday after being eon
The Apostle Paul once wrote “For
put corn sugar on the counter of
fined to the house for a month with ■ great door and effectual 1« opened
everv grocer in the country and on
blood poison i hi» hand.
unto me." We «tand at the open
the table of everv American home.
door of ■ New Year. How »hould
If this ia brought about, there will
we enter this door? Come to the
be created a new market for one
Christian church Sunday evening, as
hundred million bushels of corn each
this will l»e the subject of the ser
mon by Rev J. Y. Stewart.
Preaching at Mt. Pleasant at 2:90
Friday, Saturday A Sunday
Errol Sim« and family of Mt. An
gel visited Sunday at the home of
Z anb Gary’s
The Thundering Herd
Our Gang Comedy
hi» parent«. Mr. and Mr». John Sim«.
Win One; Loae One
Subscribe now —11 75 the year
Two basketball games were played
Ilarold Beil Wright's
last Friday night at Crabtree, when
“A Son of His Father
Scio’s two high achool team» Jour
latest book of western action,
neyed thither. The game between
a Paramount picture.
the girls* teams resulted in a score
Friday-Saturday, Dec. UN
of 1.3*12 in favor of Scio. In the
i boy»' game, Scio took a torriblo
, trouncing from Crabtreo, the «cor«
Admission lie and Me
Star Theatre, Stayton
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