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About The Aurora borealis. (Aurora, Or.) 19??-1909 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 3, 1900)
AURORA, MARION COUNTY, OREGON, FEBRUARY 8,1900.
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Newsy V Letters from Our Alert M
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20 per een t cl iscount
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111 W ool Pants,
News of the Different Nearby Localities" Pre
pared io Style and Dished up iû a
| Palatable Manner. '
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Boys Suits and
Mon’s D uck Coats.
George Knight visited Meu4s in
are just in
of a New Line of
and Men's Shoes.
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.A j u t u o r a ,
Eli Lee was in this city over Sun
H. K.. Stogdill is on the rapid road
Lewis Rogers has. just returned
from the East ar.d lias moved ink.
the filont residence.
Andrew Koehet went tu Portland
Mi. and Mrs. E. H.* Carlton visited
Portland this week.
Miss Epsie Lee, who has been vis*-
iting friends*and relatives here, re
turned to Portland Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs, Lee Rogers of Ore
gon City are Visiting relatives here.
Misses Bertha St urges and Emma
Fisher returned home from Port
Mrs. M. J. Lee after a week’s visit
The Saints have closed tftéïi pro*
with her parents returned to Port
tracted meeting, but as soon, as the
spring suppliés are harvested' they
will have a campmeeting here.
%Rev, Clumard preached5 at the
Hubbard is all right; two weddings
also Continue our Urn*
last week. W ho.wiil
Two Boers Well known here got in
to a battle over a ditch the other day.
The weapons they used were not rep
resented at the Hague. Thef Macks-
burg peop le are all Boer sympathiz
ers, hut they are at a loss with which
side to sympathize in this - battle,
No lives were lost, but two persons
we?e‘ wounded. One received a twist
ed nose while the other received the
effects of a,fence rail.
Wesley Riggs and Jim Mitts, two
trappers of Macksburg, sent a num
ber of furs East and are wellsatisfied
with their return.
A . L. Reynolds has been appoint
ed road supervisor to take the '"place
o / John Barth.
Grandpa Brusch celebrated his
70th birthday last Sunday. There
were quite a number o f relatives
and friends prese nt.
Aurora Roller Mills
Mannfactnrers o f H igh Grade
Buokwheät Flour, Graham, Corn-
Meal and M ill Feed o f all kinds.
Special Attention Paid
to Custom Exchange.
Farmers Trade Solicited.
be tjt»e next
Mrs, Frank Kranberger is quite
Miss Grace Amos visited friends in
town this Week, •
Mrs. T. M. Kiinsey o f Aumsville,
Qre.* Returned to her home Monday,
F R O M B Ü X T E V I1 L K .
Miss Anna Bauer spent Monday
Registering is proceeding slowly
with her many Barlow friends.
W . Fisher and family have moved in this precinct. Only thirty having
Miss Edna Tabor o f Oregon City
into the Gleason house.
registered up to date.
witp friends in Barlow W ed
McCann’s pile-driver has been
There seems to be lots of trade in
Hubbard this winter. Much o f this moved up the ri ver to Geo, Stephen
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Tull were in
is on account o f the good roads lead son’s plaçe. Mr. Stephenson is con
Oregon,jEiity and Portland Tuesday
ing to our city, but more however on structing a wood dock.
account of our merchants and busi
Joseph Scheurer has moved to this
There was quite a crowd out. to
ness men who m ate it a specialty to place from the Scheurer estatéw,here
the literary society Saturday even
see that good articles are furnished he has lived for a number o f years.
ing. Both Canby and Aurora were
at a lo w ‘ cost.
Mr. Scheurer now occupies thé house well represented. The reading o f
Quite a number of.our young men belonging to Geo. Herrin o f Oregon the Barlow Journal was the princi
are engaged in sawing wood for City.
pal feature o f the evening.
Knight & Susbauer, who» have a con-J Lee St. Clair, who has been em- j
Mrs. J. B. Mollett was visiting/ in
citizens thought they h$Ifcl » . army ’ lucrative employ inept
Barlow, a son.
coming to take the town, but later
Matthieü’s Cabin, No. 12, Native
on they found out their mistake. It Sons o f Oregon are constructing a log
Di O. Freeman, our new general
was only the crowd -coming to the cabin on the ground adjoining the merchadise man, was in Aurora on
new school.. It is to be 38 by 26 feet. business Monday.
This building wili be the first, con
Miss Flora and Dave Will were
structed in the state for that purpose, passengers for Portland on the Tues
which speaks well for the. energy day morning train,
and determination o f the Native
Di O. Freefnan has rented the
Chas Crittenden visited Woodburn Sons here.
house vacated by Chas. Hovis.
County Surveyor Herrick o f Sa
Saturday. v g .
Jacob Rueck spent Tuesday in
lem is here surveying the La Rocque
Theçe will be a graphaphone con
cert and basket .social at, White’s
A very pleasant surprise party whs
Miss Annie Adams of McMinnville
school house Friday* Feb. 9. Coibe
tendered Miss Maud Balay Wednes
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W.e understand there will be a
L Scheurer’s youngest boyand girl,
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Quint of. Glad
creamery established either at Auro-
Charley and Florence, have been stone, Ore., visited with' their parents*
Woodhurn or Hubbard. Now
Hubbard is just the place for such a very ill the past week* with what part of last week, , returning: hqme
Sééms to be luhg fever.
Sunday evening accompanied by
plant. Everybody has cows and the
James Ryan and ïtay Wool worth, Mrs. M. B. Quint, who will remain
location o f the town being such that
the farmers from all parts o f the two of our promising young men, in Gladstone a while for medical
country can easily come to town dur gave an invitation dance in the treatment.
ing any season. It would be to the Grange hall last Saturday night.
gentlemen’s interest to visit our city About forty of the young, people
were present who spent a most- en
and sée the outlook.
Manager Kurtz has; finally signed
joyable evening. Messrs. Richard,
We Understand that an important
the electric light contract with the-
James and Issac Parritt furnished
évent is going to happen next full
city, Which calls for eleven arc lights
excellent music, ably assisted by U.
moon. Watch out.
I for two years. They are supposed to-
Ehlen, H, B. Cone and F. Jones.
be 2009 candle power each, but they
Mr. and Mfs. J. L. KcKinney vis
District Deputy Master Henry A . are not,
ited Woodburn Tuesday..
Snyder, o f Aurora, installed, the new
Woodburn is in a quandary. The
The infant child o f Mr. and Mrs, ly elected officers o f Butteville Lodge
B. Dimick was buried Tuesday, The No. 5 9 ,1. O. O. F ., last Saturday new registration law is said to con
cause o f death is supposed to have night. The newly installed officers are trol all, elections. The municipal
been heart trouble.
as follows: N. G., M. CriSsel; V . G., election here comes off April 2* but
there is no way to get a list o f regis
Several boys celebrated Chiba W. R. Scheurer; Secretary, E. A . M. tered, voters.,.
New Year in the 1900 style.
the installation o f officers an excellent
It was the purpose to sell all o f the
Sam Miller visited Woodburn
luuch was spread by the home lodge Matson assigned stock of goods to the
to,which the visiting brothers and highest bidder and in bulk, but the
Don’ t forget the club at the A rm members o f Butteville lodge did purchaser will find it hard to get a
ory Saturday n ig h t.,
to begin business. The
■room now occupied, by the goods has
A dmiral ,
Albert Smith was in Woodburn
been rented to a .hardware man.
V eritas ,
Don’ t forget the teachers’ institute
Saturday, Feb. 3. Come everybody.
G. A . Bock o f Aurora was in this
C lu b.R ates.
S. R , T. Jones o f Salem is visiting city Sunday.
A urora - B orealis ■ and Weekly
his family in town this week.
Howard Eccles was down from Oregonian, 1 year, 12,00.
There is going to be another saloon Hubbard Sunday.
Weekiy Statesman* 1 year, $L7&.,
started in Hubbard.
W. H. Evans returned from Cot- Household Magazine, 1 year, $1.25.
Au R evoîi U | tage Grove Mondays
N, Y , W eekly Tribune, 1 year, $1.25»
Ben says that he don’t see why
they fenced in the trdck, as, people
now bavé to walk a mile to get over
to the road.