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About The Scio tribune. (Scio, Linn County, Or.) 1919-19?? | View Entire Issue (Dec. 24, 1925)
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'•«’ be accounted for -oly on th.
- ------------------ ground that there is such a thing as
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THK THIIO Sfc Pt Ht-tSMING COMPAMT
M an*. U..I—U Orw««
Of course, it is imposaible to leg-
I Valve Grinding
IV. McA4**> -•..*. EdiUK
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Mrw l v m a i -» Hu d n a « a curwUkA—
i»laU' Bound •emw into the mind of
Zmk Bros buzzed wood for C. O.'
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II.T» that type commonly called "aap.”
If Wüd 4M U m * ««»4 «»< llw y«ar • • •
III lYW'Olh«. iw «dvaftc« . • • •
I j 0| If we are to have the possible max
Uutwie t fiM
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Roadarmel
Ikone quickly on a machine
that is scientifically accurate,
ami is the only one of its
kind in Linn county. Try us
next time. Auto ¡»arts both
wholesale and retail.
imum of safety In the streets the
Our phone numlier is 42-6; call us. "sap" must be legislated out of the were shopping in Albany Saturday.
O. Russell of Sheridan visited
driver’s seat. Thia perhaps falls his R. brother.
T. M Russell last week |
into the category of thing* “more
212 E. First
easily said than done." The "sap” and took some fine strawberry roots
must be proved before he can be
Mrs. Clarence l^effier and daugh
deprived of his citizen's right. The
real question is. what proof shall be ter were shopping in Shelburn Sat
T M Russell and wife made a
This ad is
As the laws are usually ad minis
trip to Salem last week.
ter e<i there is no interference with
Mrs. C D. Osborn had for Sun
habitual menaces to life and proper
A splendid selection of
ty until they have an "accident.” day guest* her brother. Clinton
I lyai intlis. Narcissi. Cro
Watch the date following your Little is done to prevent accidents i Trexler, wife and aim
cus aiul other bulbs for
name on this paper. It tells when
While chopping wood Tuendav
Hundreds of '’saps” could be iden
fall planting. Drop us a
your time expires, if a blue pencil
Dillon McLain cut his left
postal for description aiul
mark is under your name, it means tified when the streets are wet bv
foot near the ankle. Henry Wyman
lour paper will atop in two weeks, the sliding of their cars al points
unless renewed. Starts when paid where they should be under perfect took him over to Stay ton to a phy-
for, stop« at expiration.
control. Too much speed on wet ■ sician, who had to take several stit
pavements is as dangerous as driv ches to reduce the wound.
Clinton George returned home
ing while intoxicated. Something
Nothing is more attrac
Portland Thursday much im
can tie done about it.
tive ill the home than a
in health, although he is still
I hiw I of (told Fish. I hey
give the room lite, and
Steiwer la Pleated
T hi kmiay . Dec 24. 1925
E. S. McCrae and son of West
provide endless entertain
ment for the children.
Scio called at H. O. Shilling’s Sun-
Frederick Steiwer, candidate fur
Much that passes for philosophy
you need to re
Reasonable in price, hi -
I day. His wife is over in Tillamook
the republican nomination for U. S.
cspei«ive to keep.
la no tn<>re than a gixid dige*'ion.
pair your barn
I county taking medical baths at the
senator, has been active during the
and sheds. ’
¡«st weeks visiting prominent citi
So far we have heard no com
T. M. Russell and family spent
zens and political leaders in various
If you are in
plaint against the weather man in
Sunday with her parents. Mr. and
sections of the state, and says he is
Our own special mixture.
Oregon. While he ha* been treating
Mrs W. H McLain.
2 ll>s 25,
the mi idle stateli with cold, ano*
Mrs. Cbaries Bates underwent a
with which his candidacy is being
restorers, moulting food,
and ice. it is balmy in Oregon.
; surgical operation for gall stone« in
everything for the song
1 Salem Saturday. She is improving
bird. Ask for booklet on
Mr. Steiwer does not contemplate
care of birds.
So far we have heard not a word
making an active speaking campaign
from our queerv of two weeks ago.
for aime time. He is contenting
which was printed on the front page.
himself with visiting old and mak
News From Lyons.
The quei-ry was not a joke. Our
ing new friends. He has a strong
Q uality : S ervice
announcement will lie made tn Jan
and active following among the for
uary. and it may ba a surprise.
Second and Calapooia
mer students of the 11 of O and the
A lbany , O re .
O A C. as he is a graduate of both
We carry a coin,dele stock
The Ella Lyons family of Kings
of these well known rente
The man who doesn’t believe in institutions. Mr. Steiwer is but 42
ton were week end visitors with rel
Alsu their l>»« Bis
advertising usually asks years old and is fit for the office in
cults. Puppy Cakes and < at
atives at I.y> ns.
his friends to tell their friends about age and ability.
Jerome Whitney. D. H. Monroe.
him and that is "not” advertising.
"Ilogs and How to Care for
Lloyd Martin and J. H. Johnston
Them," a valuable booklet
Returns do not come in. so adver-
were Stavton business callers Satur
free for tbc asking.
t -mg does not pay. People rely on
, newi<pa|>ers for what the* want to
Roy Wiley is the owner of a 1926
buy. Think this over.
« sport special Star car.
of Albany transacted the deal.
AllANV, Out STORE
Mrs. Pansy Shepherd was hostess
It is said the desire for automo
Mrs. U. S. Berry and brother,
biles and radios is growing so fast to the ladies’ club last Thursday. i Wallace Cone were in Salem shop
that practically all available money Ths rooms were tastily decorated ping Wednesday.
is tied up in them and that banks with Christmas trees and artificial
Relic« U CrWilers
Jack Johnston and family spent
Father or Mother would appreci ti
snow. After ths business session, a
Nolic* is hereby given that the under- >irv refusing that kind of loans. In
Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs.
ate a pair of hrjptak Glasses.
signed has been duly appointed by the that particular, many people agree, short Christmas program was enjoy
Your Hweethcart, Brother or Sis
County Court of the Stale ot Oregon,
ter would efijoy a gift from our
for Linn County, administratrix of the
Mr. and Mr*. Dannen. Mrs. Henry
well »elected line of Jewelry.
estate of Joseph Schwindt, deceased bring the people to a stern realiza from the tree, each one present hav
Mr. Kendal all of Albany were
and has qualified.
All persons having claims against the tion that luxuries arc not to lie had ing brought a gift. Thia being the Lyons visitors Sunday.
estate of said deceased are hereby re without sufficient income to own and regular election. Mrs. Anna Mespelt
Among those from Lyons attend
qulrvd to present them, duly verified,
was elected president. Mrs. Minnie
with the pro|H-r vouchers, within six (<•! maintain them. A recent survey of
ing M. E. church and the grange
kryptok Glaasc-ic are a delight to
months from the date of thia notice, to the cost per mile to operate an au Goar vice-president and Mrs. Lizzie
the eves 366 days in the year,
dinner in Stayton Sunday were the
the undemlgne I administratrix at th«-
the Invisible Bifocal for near
office of Hill. Marks &. McMahan, in the tomobile in the stale of Washington Gilkey secretary-treasurer.
S. D. Brown family. Bane Martin
Cusick Building in Albany In Iunn coun shows it to be nearly 12c. Where
A large crowd attended the all and wife. Mr. and Mr*. Whitney
listed and first published thia 26th is the installment purchaser who can day meeting at the Riverview school and family and Mr*. E E. Trask.
day of November. 1926.
afford such luxury? And it seems house Sunday. J. M Harrington, All reported having a very pleasant
Anna M Hchwindt,
that the baoA.i have found out*-he the evangelist who has been con day with the Stayton people.
Hill. Mark* & McMahan.
ducting the meetings, went to Ma
Attorneys for Administratrix.
rion to hold services Monday night,
(«st publication De*. 24, 1926
Mr. and Mrs. C W. Riagg have
will go on to Salem to begin a bought a new Overland sedan to be
T(>O MUCH SPEED
revival Jan. 3.
delivered in the next few days.
Although many people appear to
Miss Annie Klamer fell about 16
l»e of the contrary opinion, it is quite feet from a ladder in the barn Fri-
Office Hours: P to It sm. 2 to S pm.
generally agreed 'hat “you can’t day. striking her side on a manger.
And by Appointment.
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, make human beings good by stal- bresking three ribo, Dr Prill was
jute." Is it not time to conclude called to attend her. Her si*tei.
I that neither can ¡»eople be made Mrs. John Rich of Albany, is here
careful by law and to attempt to taking care of her.
reduce the perils of street traffic by
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Whetstone
401-2 Finn National Bank Building
A I.HANY, ORKGON
means different from those that and children. Lloyd and Mary Beth,
have t»een relied upon in the past? visited at the J. F. Sommer and T.
lust what will prove effective will M. Holt homes Sunday afternoon.
have to be decided after thorough
Albany viaitors from here .Monday
study of the conditions that have were R. H. Struckmeier. Mr. and
It M-ems obvious, how Mrs. Fred Mespelt. Mrs. E II. Kel
Conic in sml sec us alx»ut g< tting glass endoaurea put
Cornar 2d & Baker
ever, that measures of prevention ly. Mr. and Mrs. John Shepherd.
<>n your car. IX» not delay getting your to)«, cur
rather than of punishment will yield Wilson Young. Mr. and Mrs. S. B
tains and upholstering done now and ride in comfort.
the greater benefits.
Holt and Mrs. J. H. Kelly.
Ur are equipped to do your work satisfactorily.
We are now in the season when
James Johnston was host to the
FOR OVER 40 YEARS the streets are quite commonly wet Farmers’ Union Saturday night. A
All work guaranteed.
MAU.« CATAHKH WKItlCINB ha* I -r
used •uc<Marull> in the ir-ainont el and very slippery.
Common sense Christmas tree was a feature of the
NALL« CATISRH SKIIII 1XH eon- tells us that automobiles cannot be evening after the buanewi meeting.
sista ot as Ointment wh>. h Que kl> safely driven as swiftly on wet as on
Mrs. Wilaon Young has been on
Corner E. Second and Baker Streets
^>11**** by local applii-allnn and V-
t*mal M»4i< ma, a Tonic wh>. n «. t, dry streets.
through the Rh-od na th* Minou* Hur-
facra. thus reducing th* lattammsooa.
are deaf to the voice of common
The school and Sunday school are
Hold br all dnig«t*t*
F. J Chaney A Co,, Toledo. Ohio.
not at all when conditiona favor tree for Carietmas eva >t the River-
skidding. If it avoids collisions thia view scboul boast-.
J. W. Copeland Yards
Dog and Cat
l or Christinas
0/?/ (Dm e trist.
Dr. Geo. J. Kenagy
No. I Potalo Sacks
Albany Bargain House
WINTICK IH I I ERE
Jennings Auto Top Shop
Bring \ our Job 1 ’rinting to the I ribune.