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About The Aurora borealis. (Aurora, Or.) 19??-1909 | View Entire Issue (July 2, 1908)
. wvv - ' 0p4 jv trip by Miss Fi-IU, Miss
PR50NM. AND LOCAL 5 ;Ti Frye. Mrs. So! Mi::-, and!
' 1 Mr. Fred WM, at Silvtrtjn they i
. , (were the guests of Mrs. ileed. I
Mutor I!ay l .'irA"n-.or. oi iic.
W Ye rm, drove totowuMon-l The Woman's Club :nct at the
d-v v.-'tii his ;.iule cart. Pay j club roorr.s Wednesday cft-iTO
would not i art with his mulo for', &nd cnjcytd s, plessrV. r.d trro
anypriv. jfitable u'39ici -
Mr. Fairhur:t, agent for the! Antono Wid was in Portland
A. T.'&S. F., Frisco system at 1 on business Friday.
Lyons Kans., came here cue day , Mrs. Geo. Seholl entertained
lasf-oek. Mr. Fairhurs lis look-1 Sunday, Emma Tiyder, Clara
ing ; .our.d at the different soi- : will, Mrs. Logan' nyder, Lizzie
tioi of the country and may. be
come a resident ('f our f-tate be
Aurora will not celebrate this
year but in the evening there will
be f.rewoik:?, music and c.Lh-r
exudes at Ken's Park. Every
body wi-h ome.
Aurora is quite a center for u!l
Pertha Stork and Myra
Miss Laura Parrish who has
assisting her aunt, Mrs. Rose
Giesy, for the past few weeks,
in her millinery store, left Mon
day for her home at Oregon City.
STOLEN From the Aurora de
'pot, the first part of Jure, u
. Qias. T. Bates
Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Wall
paper, Glass, Doors, Win
dows, Building Material
A Complete Line of W. P. Fuller's
Goods. Painting and Paper Hang
ing at Reasonable Prices
MAKE THE FOURTH'
A PLEASANT ONE!
uutos coming by. Over a dozen j l;utts of Star tobacco, cleated to
ean..; along -n Sunday and nearly lather, and consigned to Willa
mette Valley Trading Co., Buttc
ville. Weight 10 J pounds. Re
ward for information leading to
the arrest and conviction of guilty
parties cr return of 'good;:.
Geo. Miller, 'Agent.
Aurora, s second nine played
the White school house team Sun-
-v.u y one sppc:.
Cherries are now ripe, ;o".
About every b-usc in Aurora
is having city atcr installed in
and. around their premise. A
-'tor one has this convenience
tnliliiVipil von wonder how in the
world it waspojsibb to get along ! &ty. ; Result 10 to 9 in favor of
without it so !ov;: Aurora sure- th.e visitors. '
ty has started on an upwau j Two crawfishing outfits, in op
movement. Water seems sufii-1 polite directions, left here early
cient for idl demands now, and f Sunday morning. The catch was
when the proposed high up and something great and lots of fun
lar ;cc tank is in place there wili 'besides.
be an abundance ot water t
spare which will probably be
used for sprinkling tho streets
Farmers now coming
find watering troughs that are , Wm. Winder and wife camo up
always full where they may wa i f rorn Portland Sunday on a visit
tor their horses with clear, coo' i to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Miller,
and clean water.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schlittler,
of Winlock, Wash., also Mr. and
Mrs. C. Fetze of Tigardvhlle,
Ore., who have been visiting
Giesy'sand Emanuel Neil's, re
turned home via the Oregon Elec
tric Line, Sundry afternoon.
"Doc" Louis Siebert was tak
ing a sleigh ride through town
. i Monday,
g to town will!
O. R. MACK
Furniture Rugs, Glass
Lace Curtair; Picture
Remember our motto: A SQUARE DEAL TO ALL.
HENRY L BINTS, Prn and CisMor.
The Aurora band played on th
parents of Mrs. Winder.
0. Jack and wife, Jos Erbsland
and Ezra Hurst came to town
Monday, Judge EliBurkholder is
yet at Silverton, and stops with
hi j daughter, Mrs. Jeff Reed.
John Greenwald went to Wood
burn Monday on business"
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schlittler.
the Mrs. G. Fotzcr of San Francisco,
I'ioneer Hotel Sunday. Thisband and Fred Dental were guests at
is fitting in fine shape, has j Geo. Miller's home Sunday.
tviinv (v(iO( 1 niooes. in fact is able
TILE and BRICK
We make Tile from .. to 10
inches in diameter
We also make good Rrick
We guarantee the Quality
and our Prices are Right......
Inquiries by mail will receive
prompt attention. Factory
is four miles cast of Hubbard
0. I. MILLER
Frank E. Dodge
'CONTRACTOR & BUILDER
All kinds of building done at
moderate figures. All work
guaranteed first class in
Plans and Specifications Fur
nished Lpon Application
No matter what size building
i you want I can hx you out.
Gt comfortable wearing apparel. We have all the
necessities for you all. Shirt waists that are stylish
and cool. All prices. Fine f ..ock of muslin and gauze
underwear. l atest in Ladies collars. White and tan
pararol. White and tan canvas low cut shoes. Special
cut prices oil all black and white long silk gloves;
Men's summer clothing, bal brigan underwear, straw
hats, belts, neckwear, golf and negligee shirts.
Sadler & Kraus
THE BEST FOR THE PRICE.
UET US SHOE HIE FAMILY. NVK'VE GOT THE GOODS
HI NRY A. SNYDL'R, Vice rreklJeai
Aurora State Bank
8 Transacts A General Banking Business
II. L. Bents, II. A. Snyder, W. S. Hurst, C. Kociieu
J. II. Miley, A. A. Ciusell. H. F. Giesy.
Four per cent interest paid on time deposits.
Collections Carefully Attended To. Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent.
Aurora - - Oregon
to furnish good rnu'c for rn?
twp nnd-AuL'ust Keil and
mlt went to Port-
Kd Ilcrrcn, the hop buyer came j
down from Woodburnon the Cot-1 J
ta're (irovo local, Monday. ! jl
R. Zimmerman has received a ! vh
carload of tile which he is haul-1
Mrs. II. A. llinkle, Miss Lora
ti:.,i.i M!.;a 7(.lln f!n1(!npn
. I I 1 i 1 i U IC UU'. iHll.J
. or ier anouu-r a,,, . q Portland arc hcrc visitinflr reia.
Portland',11'1 ha, placed the fir.t lot. tives and friends hero and will
I C. Zimmerman has painted stay several vei.ks.
an otlicrv. i.e fixed up his prem-! Professor LanvVde principal
Cos , the corner of Third and '.of the jShcruSn school is here vis
Liberty Streets. jiting friends.
Thoei'ivhas disposed of its! Felix Issacson of Portland is
lare (i inch pump to Mr. Bleas-1 home for a fow Weeks vacation,
in. ? of Portland who will use it! p,yron Grim is down with the
ia connection with a deep water ; murnpS; wish him a speedy recov-
lin 1 with Frrnk Miller m l u ,0jI tohis farm. A says he will
K:it. Cole went to
,-n bii-iners Tuesday.
Grovor Giesy of Portland was
thu gm st of relatives in Aurora
Frank Miller drveto Portland
in his' auto Tuesday morning, re
turnm:: in the afternoon.
The new antos recently pur
chased bv Sam Miller and H. L.
Herts are 22 horsepower instead , lloit ity cemetery.
of as reported in last week's :
well for furnishing water for
c i i
k Feller of Woodburn j
Aurora Friday. " I
Myrle Sehuerer of Butte- j
hited friends in Aurora
'yth'an si.-tcrs had a pleas
prise waiting for the del
;o Port!;,,-d when they re-
last wr.'k. Refresh-onsi--ti:r.;-
r.id cake . r rvrd.
Moshberger v.'as down,
"oojbiirn Wednc:-lay ;.t
: theoM : b"ty.
Smith cf -Portland eatnt
lay to y:n h' wife who
nt several d::ys v:-:l;:g
s. Tlicy returned homt
s Clara a r.d Lilly Irwin
. eturnod frcm Eugene,
hcv att':nd.o.l the Teac.
ciatc;". which folbwcl
i:..(rci:-.iT.t cxerci:" r.t
.- e University.
; .(. i : txpcte 1 homo
u v, where she has b- en
::-eatmer.t at the Rjs
Notice is hereby given that i
pursuance of an order dub 1
n:nfr tVm cnid administrator t
G ! "the hereinafter described n u t!l -c hdn a to 2
. There will be a base ball game
! at Hubbard between the Hubbard
! Jutdors and St. Paul Juniors on
Ji.ly ."th. This is ex-P-f
t d to be the hottest game of
th. season. Hubbard ha3 defeat
ed St. Paul twice, the score each
ine and report the condition ol
the five plants grown by Petei
Laurerof this town. The expert
pronounced the plants and tea a3
excellent, thus proving that tea
can be grown in the Willamette
Valley successfully. He also re
ports that these are the only
plants grown from all tho seed
sent out by his firm at that time.
Don't forget to come and spend
the "Glorious Fourth" at Hub
bard, The mineral springs in the
daytime and the dance at night
will be great attractions.
Mrs. Henry Seholl i3 very ill,
! and relatives and friends are cry
anxious about her condition.
Pig ball game on the 1th of July
between Hubbard and Monitor.
I. X. L.
Harness Gloves, Trunks,
Suit'aseit Valises, and
it Telescopes. tf
A. F. VILL, AURORA, OREGON.
If you want to Puy or Sell come and see me. My object
is to bring the Puycr and Seller together. Land-seckei s
cheerfully shown ovor any property. Call at Residence or
Write for Information.
o.f.te belonging to the estate of
Ob liar. son, dec:as?d, which o: -
i th? County Court of tho St:.to
(i Oiegon ftr the County of
C!u.'kama. raid Administrator
ivu-.n and after July 2:. P"
; '.l (clo,l: A. M. of riid dat
Mivi Edith Stoddard, who at
tends the Monmouth Normal
S.'iv id is homo on a vacation.
Ray. GUl.ys and Ruth Weir are
o:T on a vacation to Lc spent on
',, th. ii- '.crar. lfather's place at
W. L.h-. At-
i y ;n U: -r. City, i. rickan:-. -s
v'Oiv. Ore go;;, will sell to tl.e
h;,.'ii' ..L ; n I be-.: 1 i Idcr for ca.: h
in hand ;ii of th right,' title an !
i Urtst v. h'x-h thcr.-.i 1 i! c. -.-.y d
L.. 1 !:; a' .d t tlie Xor h t
-.:-rl;.r ,,f Vj;. ?,2, T. OS. R. 2
11. .: the Wiii:.:...tte Meridian.
. ,.;Ma;r.ir K-' pixs of land.
Date ! .broo 1 v. l S.
D.dc of fir-:t publication.
Ju:v 2'', r.f;i.
Dale of Li-.t pi'blicatijn.
July 2i. 1003.
John W. Loder,
Aetmir.Jstrator de bonis r.on cf
Miller made a trip to the estate of Ole Hanson, deceas
and Salem Sunday in ed.
He was accompanied'
Ma -tor Guy Weav-r brought in
tli? f.i.t h:--I f chittuM bark
i -'cl bv 1 :r,i this
Mrs. A. Lundee made a busi
ness trip to Hubbard Wednesday
Louis Spagel v.ent to Oregon
City to transact business before
the commisioncrs court.
Mr?. Sciioll has been quite ill,
but is improving.
Sam Mil'er of ont Needy way
was in tjwn Saturday
Street commis sioner Kraus has
H'-r.ry and Matthew Reas and bee.i busy repairing the side-
A''u it Khnger started by team walks in this city this week,
for Colfax, Wa,h., where they. JoKr Lnn(let,n uvi fnrnily
will try hurve -ir.g in that ccun- mcVfiJ .Uo !Ir Zimmerrn;xn'3
try house Saturday, until lately a:cli-
Cenu and cl-.-brate the 4th and pied by E. C. Herrcn.
have a g"d time. I'rir.g your jr. jy Martin Giesy a3
I birch baskets w ell filled and don t very affrcc-bly ui prised Wei- j
IfrTCtto invito this scribe to nc.,ldy afl:nioon by a number!
; lunch because he is always bun- 0f ,cr fric.r(ij dropping in load-gr-
and sometimes thirsty. vf wit;a au j;in( 4 0f ood tninj
Allen & Lewis of Portland, who to cat, the occasion being Mrs.
distributed several thousand Giesy 's f7th birthday. The
; .ackafrcs of tea seed alout se-v a afternoon v:- j very pleasantly
year ago. rent their tea expert spent in singing old soags and
i to Hubbard last Monday to exam- a good time was had in general.
S. O. MILLER & SON
Hardware, Stoves, Tinware, Implements,
Paints, Oils, fitc.
Automobiles and Auto Supplies
Picycles and Aulos Repaired
Produce and Commission Merchants
Wholesale Dealers in What Oats, Hops, Pota
toes, Onion:, Onion Sets, Green and Dried Fruits,
Oregon Grppc Hod rnd Casca a Park. Highest
market price paid for all kinds of Produce, Lie.
Brarch Offices at n.ibbard and Onby.
We Are Sole Agents for HMIoclc O. IC- Potato Digger.
C.-iI On O'- Address
W. S. Hurst & Company