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About The Aurora borealis. (Aurora, Or.) 19??-1909 | View Entire Issue (June 4, 1908)
riRSCIUL AND LOCAL
The city council mot Tuesday
night and transacted routine
The Single Tax failed to carry
in Aurora. This is said to be
largely through the etforts of
Johnny Hurst, who doesn't be
lieve in more taxes.
The initiative and referendum
has its good points and its lad
points. Some day perhaps, we
want to get rid of an undesirable
neighbor, we can circulate a pe
tition to have him hung, get the
necessary number of signers ar.d
put it on the ballot and vote on it.
"Buck" Hinton of Canby was
in Aurora Wednesday.
II. L. Dents couldn't resist t!;:
., , ... . . i, ... I If the orchard 1s dolni business fill-
me temptation, so went 10 iu,,i , biUsk . L , . .
roses and l.i c-
The careless hired man, even If ob
tainable at boy's wages, Is the most
rxpeuslro proposition Hint a man can
have on Lis farm.
It Is well to remember that, as a rule.
1 wtvds exhaust the fertility of the soil
In Just as large tueasure os do the
L.cropa which may be grown thereon.
. S. Hurst & Co
Produce and Commission Merchants
holesale Dealers in Wheat Oats. Hops. Tota
toes, Onions, Onion Sets, (Irctnand Dried Fruits,'
Oregon Grape Root and Cu?cara Park. Highest
market price paid for all kinds of Froduce, Etc.
Branch Offices at HubUri and Canby.
We Are Sole Agents for Hallock O. K. Potato Digger.
Call On Or Address
W. S. Hurst & Company
It should be fertilized Just as should
the corn and or.t field or potato patch.
Wlille a horse trader may be honfst,
there Is presumptive evidence that If
lit' U consistently so he cannot stay In
the business any great length of time.
I:i one district In the ntpte of Wash
.lnron ttraw has been used very ef
fectively on tho highways In overcom
ing the dllUculty encountered with mud
land to .ee the
W. S. Hurst was missing fr
several days this week. V; n
last heard of he was in Porthin !.
watching the parades and pre" v
HAY FOR SALE About a ton
of choice clover hay for sale. In
quire at Aurora Drug Store.
, ffi Terhaps eaves properly adjusted on
Aurora poueu li vines, me ; the yard side of the Us red barn will
Count was completed at'ti o'clock j prevent the place from becoming a
Tuesday morning. ' . . : ZTing. mUth9 f
Mrs.L. I. Snyder accompanied
bv her sister Emma, took in the
Rose Show this week.
Lane Cribble moved into the
Reisland residence Wednesday.
Henry Snyder drove his heart?
to Oregon City Thursday wit!;
he remains of Mrs. Schwabauer,
who died recently. The inter
ment will take place at Oregon
Capt. Kcil and wife were Rose
Carnival visitors in Portland
H. C. Ehlen was delegated to
take the ballots to Salem Tuesday
and performed the job in a
straight forward and up-to-date
The granger who will sell filthy
cre.iin to the creamery or addled eggs
t the proceryraan has bo kick coming
If ho should 11 nd water and sand In the
sugar or worms In the prunes.
It Is a good Idea to rago an effective
rat and mouse campalgu up to the 1st
of May and then give tho birds full
sway by shipping tho old tabby and
her multicolored Utter over Into the
'Much butter we eat and like because
It li Juicy contains from 12 to 10 per
cert of plain water. If It contains a
Iar;;er per cent than this the govern
ment calls It adulterated and proceeds
against the manufacturers accordingly.
II. F. Scjhull a ba-
Glenn Hurst was in Canby last
Thursday cn business.
Henry Miller, accompanied by
his parents, went to Vancouver,
to attend the funeral of Mrs. Mil
ler's cousin, David Sxhue!e, Who
died Sunday morning.
Allie and Ida Miller are in Port
land this week taking in the rose
Mis. Dr. D. F. Geisy, accom
panied by her sister, Miss Kraus,
were Portland visitors this week.
Dorn to Mrs,
Miss Sarah Stewart of the Au
rora bank, spent Sunday with
he; parents in Salem.
Mrs. P. A". Miller went to Port
land. Wednesday evening to be
presc nt at the Rose Carnival Fes
tivities. Henry Snyder, accompanied by
his parents, went to Vancouver,
Wash., Tuesday to attend the
funeral of Mrs. Snydcrs cousin,'
David Schuele, who died there
Fred Hurst was in Canby on
lie Is a very Inconsistent, school pa
tron who buys ten dolllar roosters for
his tlock of poultry, a $2(X sire for his
herd of cattle and yet who kicks on
paying $40 a month for the services of
a competent teacher for the district
Any farmer Is Justlfled In i-pttln'g his
dog on, tho lightning rod agent, the
average fruit tree peddler, tho book
agent and the small boy from town
with the gun. It Is a debatable ques
tion perhaps whose calves out of the
bunch ought to be chewed the harder.
For the novice In the bortlcnltural
business It Is well to remember that
It Is more satl.x'Wtory all around as
well os more profitable to set one or
two varieties of apple trcs of recog
nized hardiness and merit ns to quality
of fruit than to dabble In ten or fifteen
varieties, which are dilte likely to be
well described by saying that they are
good, bad and ludlfferett
' Chas.- T. Bates
Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Wall
paper, Glass, Doors, Win
dows, Building Material
I WILL SUIT YOU?
Complete Line of W. 5 P. Fuller's f
Goods. Painting and Paper Hang-
ing at Reasonable Prices
H 4H't-$-Mvin-4 8 - t J 4 $ ,M 4-r41 t-$-Hr-M
It Is fair to assume that the man or
wonAin who makes much of his or her
religious profession and yet whose the
ories are nt put Into practice in tho
lirm.e life jiik' relations has but a
hiiMy. vetieer kind of religion after
nil We onee know an old codger of
tlii type who was piety personified In
t!i.- prayer meet Ins. Init who was that
t'glit and tTMwm that he treated his own
kin In n mre ungrn-ous manner than
he would t!:e fur that licked his boots
In t!ie street. The good Lord discounts
heavily all such counterfeit stuff as
0:h western mtml' tj allty that the
writ r knows of has settled the tramp
pro!'1? In a very effective yet simple
manner. The eUk'rmen of the town
!inc j.'.r-"-! an ordlnr.ncc levylr a
fi: " . viy p.-ron who feeds a tramp.
C, "Ul tvith tlli. ffrht orders have
e. n then to t!. r'sl,'entj requesting
t "li to rlt' for a patrol wagon nt
! e when n tramp stops ami asks for
f 'l !f h Is there on the arrival of
the j trol he U t.'tken to police head
quarters, v.here ho U given fool nnd
lo'l.Ing. If necesMnry. but where he Is
made to vnrk board and lIini;
f"'t on n cl:y wool or sKije pile. Ho
well doe thN td.in work that trainns
Portland at 7 P. M. and passes fi!l"n ,ht? t0WD they would a resti-
Why can't Aurora have service
from paFscnprcr trains K03. 15
and lf, commonly known an the
"ovtrhir.d" train. tht rass
through town at tho rate of about
a mile a minute? Xo. 15 leaves
Rose and Strawberry Show.
v The date for holding the Clack
amas County Rose and Strawber
ry show has been fixed for the
11th and 12th of June.
Many members are being taken
into the orp;amization as members
are not charged to make entries,
but those who are not members !
and who wish o make entries
must pay the entry .fee of 25
cents. , The membership fee of
the society i. only the nomir.nl
sura of 25 cents.'
There are many more premiums
offered to the exhibitors this year
than last "year, and the mer
chants and business men of Ore-
ion City are taking an aetiv? in
terest, and have donated hand
some prizes, many of which are
on exhibition in the Harding drug
store window, and before the rose i
show is given all will be on exhibi- j
tion, w in re the public can view j
The hall where the rosd show
is to take place will be elaborately
decorated with evergreens mak-
$l,00C-Ve have $1,000 to loan
on good real estate security, from
one to hve years time. Inquire
at Tribune office. Canby, Ore.
For the best tobaccos and ci
gars call on Henry A. Snyder, the
Post OnVe Store.
Henry Snyder, at thePostffice
is authorized to receive subscrip
tions for the Borealis. Better
hand him vours.
Frank E. Dodge
CONTRACTOR & BUILDER
All kinds of building done at
moderate figures. All work
guaranteed first class in
Plans and Specifications Fur
nished Upon Application
No matter what size building
you want I can fix you out. .
New stockof envelopes, writing
paper, bill heads and statments
ing a background for the floral j just receiued. Send in your or
exhibits. ! ders for printingwe do pond
The exclusive designs and patterns in Ladies Longcrie Shirt
Waists will appeal to every one of you. They are the Season's
X Most Choice Makes. Prices, 50 cents to $4.
; Ladies Long Gloves, Silks and Taffetas in White and Colors,
Z Price 85 ceuts to $1.75. Also Short Gloves for the trade that
X want them.
Just in; New York's Jatcst in Collars and Belts. Reasonable
I Prices. Ladies Hose in Shaded Colors, in Tans,Fancies and the
$ Plain Blacks. They come direct to us from the Mill and are
I DoN'iVorzet that in our Dress Goods Department you will
t always find the Correct Styles and Patterns.
Sadler & Kraus
THE BEST FOR THE PRICE.
LET US SHOE THE FAMILY.
HENRY L. BENTS, Pre. nd Cashier.
HENRY A. SNYDER, VU President
Aurora State Bank
Transacts A General Banking Business
Capital $25,000 .
II. L; 'Cents, H. A. Snyder, W. S. Hurst, C. Kociier;
J. II. Milky, A. A. Cliskll, B. F. Giesy.
Four per cent interest paid on timo deposits.
Collections Carefully Attended To. Safety Deposit Boxes fof Rent.
Aurora - : Oregon
Harnjjs Gloves, Trunks,
SuitCases. Valises; and
- WM. GIESY
A musical and literary program
is being planned by the entertain
ment committee, which will be
given on the opening night,
The premium list is in the
hands of the printers, and will be j When in Portland stop at the
published in this week's issue of ; Cascade Hotel, Sixth and Flan
the sounty papers. j far3m Free bus and baths.
For1 fine candies and choiceat
fruits call on Henry A. Snyder,
tho Post Office Store.
Deputy Assessor Lawrence
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Both of
Canby spent Sunday in, Aurora, White was in Canby several days
thegueithof Mrs. Roth's mother, this week interviewing the prop-
j erty owners.
i. J. W. Lie?er of Selhvood, who
'recently purchased tho Coon
1 uajday afternoon Mrs. C. P. ! place, moved his family on to his
IIa:--Ti a:; 1 another lady attempt-1 naw purchase last Friday. Mr.
ed t.)cn.-nhe railroad track with ! Lieser is very much pleased with
i l,'-rsrj anJ'biiygy while tho , his new location
nvi.i fi . ,ght was switching. Th?
lici .-e bvcoming frightened at. th -rapidly
ajiroa'.hi-:.: tn.in nrade a
throu-h Aurora about 9 o'clock, j
f r.ro ite to Frisco. No. r asses
through at G ('c1oca in the moni-
trains would stop hf re it would be ' f.ri.or
i rtat ueccmnvp' iation to the peo-.
land " ;.r i
drive to the I 'i tian 1-Sa!t in elec
tric lin and citcii the morning
dr. A petition signed by the
Aurora people and presented to
the ra'iroa 1 Co., migh.t re.-ult in
it .an order to stop these trains
rhort turn, tipping thebjggy an 1
throwing the oeoupants out.
Mr.!. Ilagan v.tt, b.uliy, though
not scvvro'ly cut on the chin and
cheek. One of tha wheels of the
it weuld ro doubt rav the
l.".ny. A groat many
:.t i i eel into l rt-
e-ompe: vl to
i r 'vT!i:-:rr.t and r.mar fta'tes or I buggy was broken and the hers
' . j-iti sr cm the matt.Tf.f a rrper- i was brii1 :d in tho runaway which ! pneumonia
I ro,in,'r7: ho tcok after throwing the ladies
1 take .ii nn a l c(l "
n!n -Ith In'.-sti:. nnJ j,a- i0"- f- t'-e rig.
:? orrnnr-. t ci.,'7 sboul l
t:.c t!j' ViLhi of th (".it ! nnt jr.
tu.-.i riti'-o r j ' -i.Mns trees in tiio t another gla
fc!v.i j-nr.l. t- fun.'i thada and
L. W. R'jbbir?, the well knotfn
Molalla r.".erchar.t, wa3 in Canby
Saturday, enroute tQ Portland.
He returned Sunday afternoon.
I'd Bair of Portland was the
guest of relative. in Canby Sun
day. I). J. Parmetcri j vcrr low with
Clyde Kvans and wife of Port
land were thr guests of relatives
P.aty atldod a new chair and and friend. in Canby Sunday.
to his barbershop
Fred Carj'i nter.of Aurora visit-r-d
with his dieter, Mrs. Chas.
i Both last Sunday.
r.:'.k. then r.)"i nttrru tivc but there
f!;.j.i!.1 le instilled I:; to t'ie fcfarta of
th" Ti:! nt an ar!y date the lnior
tant wrrlf'4 whlcb tLt"- trt"t render
to i;i.ia and the d.itj tLat real orvm
a!l of eo f.rotiTt'r.z trees and ffresta !
f 'ready irowlr.tf and a. tU.-.c new trees , lb' ball teat1 have had thoir
IpnfSuf V?" lum!r. "n(1 ,':;-turcs taken in their ball S'lits, :
ctterH- fau. 'a'ltl they certainly make a hand-1
1 some looking group. ,
(lar.by straw berries are getting
ripe, a few of the wealthy clashes
are able to atTord the luxury.
However, it bi gratifying to know
that there will bs an abundance
for everybody in about two
Carl Lucke had the misfortune
of spraining his ankle while play
ing ball last Sunday.
A. F.WILL, AURORA, OREGON:
If you want to Buy or Sell come and see me. My object
i3 to bring the Duyer and Seller together. Land-seekers
cheerfully shown over any property. Call at Rcndpncc or
, Write for Information. .
Furniture, Rugs, Glass
Lace Curtains, Picture
Remember our mottc: A SQUARE DEAL TO ALL.
CANBY - - - OREGON.
3 v L
S. O. MILLER & SON
Agcpts for the Sale of
. Ala Dealers in
General Hardware, Farm Implements, Stoves, Tinware, Grnn
itcwirc, Scwb?: Machines, Paint:, Oils, Glass, Door, Win
dows. Guns, Ammunition and Fishing Tackle, Etc., Etc., Etc.
rhoti, r.rnxri 2 19.