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About Aurora observer. (Aurora, Marion County, Or.) 19??-1940 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 18, 1919)
Mail your drug orders
Drug Store, Woojburn,
Riooms 1 and 2, I. O. 0. F. Bldg.
W e Now have a
I Among those in town on business
Just received a fresh supply of True ¡from the Donald section Saturday were
Blue Exceptional Chocolates,—Auroia | Sam and Henry Stauffer.
in Clackamas County, located at
1118 Main St., Oregon City
CON R. HILGERS
RIGHT ON PACIFC H IG H W A Y
Your battery will be cared for by
competent men. All makes of-bat
teries tested free and filled with
pnre water without any charge.
M . H. Hostetler
The Old Reliable
A U C T IO N E E R
Livestock and Country Sales,
Write for Dates and Prices
Route 2, HUBBARD, OREGON
Needy Mutual Phone 10-551 — Terms Reasonable
f t i " - .- * * * . A A A A .A *
1 In the Interest of
A man by attending church
draws with him his . friends
and his children, gives new
courage to those doing , the
church work, and has that
satisfaction which comes to
<K aman when he does his duty. .
In the matter of
P U B L IC A U C T IO N
as well as in all other merchandising
Among the Aurora people in Oregon
City and Portland Monday were F. L. I Chas.‘ Austin- who recentiy injured
John Gahler, Jr,was herefrom Needy
Miller and Mr. and . Mrs. J. E. Loveall. i a n e y e b y the exPloslon of a she11 from Saturday. He took home with him one
‘ ijhis gun, is improving. The injury was
of the 1920 Cnevrolets purchased from
I quite serious, ,
the Shimmin Bros.
Gilmore & Hardesty,' Canby black-
smiths, have dissolved partnership and
the former will continue the business
Jim ° Z le> w" ° was here Sunday from
D. D. Hostetler last week bought a
Portland, has just returned from East-
new truck from the F, L Miller Ai^to
. ¡ern Oregon, Everything is booming
Agency, and Carl Bremer purchased
- there^every one has money, and busi-
a small Studebaker.
Mrs. A, E. Feller left last week for\ncS3 in every line is reported good.
Port Huron, Michigan to attend the!
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convention of the Ladies of the Mac
Miss Grace Lick formerly a teacher
S, F. Southard has returned from a
here, and Miss Esther Marlon Nelson,
hunting trip to the Lorane county,
a former Buttevilie teacher are this
j bringing back a fine, young buck. The
year employed in the Salem schools.
Mrs. Ben Quinn was a recent visitor other members of the party will return
at the home of her mother Mrs.Mathoit in a few days.
of Butteyille. Mr. and Mrs. Quinn now
Chris Zimmerman went to Portland
live in Portland.
to visit his sons Elmer and
The north Salem residents have or
ganized an Improvement club, to work Ralph Zimmerman, The latter has es
tablished a law and collection office in
Eugene L. Jones was here Sunday for better living conditions and for civ Portland.
from Portland to visit his mother aud
sister. He returned only a short time the name of J. B. -Giesy, formerly of
ago from service in France.
Mrs. Bertha Hurst Of Canby was
among the Oregon City visitors Wed
She also visited Mrs. Nelson,
Edward E. Green, formerly a teach
Edith Karr, once a teacher in the
formerly Mrs. Roth of Canby, now of
Aurora schools, has accepted a position
Canemah says the Oregon City Enter
at Warrenton, Oregon, as instructor Canby home of his sister Mrs. E. G. I
in sewing and music.
j he has accepted a position in the pub
• The four Miller boys were all - at the
Sunday Morning at 1 1
Mrs. Wm. Knight, Josie Knight, and
, 4 !
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home of their parents Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Ed. Bradtl spent Sunday visiting
Make your plans "‘right now” ; to at George Miller Sunday—Alvin, George
with Mrs. Knight’s sister at Marquam,
tend the Clackamas County * Fair at and Andy coming up from Portland to
says the Canby News.
Canby, October 1, 2, 3, and 4. Sea join their brother James, here.
D R . d e LE SPIN A SSE
son (4 day) tickets, 75 cents. Single
admission 25 cents, Buy a season
Little Miss Zoe Cutsforth who was
Out of town people here on business
Phone United 6319 last week visiting at the home of her
the past few days were Cass Sanders
aunt Mrs, Zeno Schwab, has returned
of Hubbard. Allie Welch of Portland,
to her home at Gervais.
H u b b a r d , O reg o n
The school play shed is making good Joe Gibson of MacksbUrgj Jim McGill
progress and will probably be complet and Mat Bann of Meridian, and A. H.
ed or nearly so by the ,time school be Giesy of Portland.
The Marion county community feder
gins on September 22. The district
ation met last night at Mt. Angel.
meeting authorized the construction of
John Steelhammer of Woodburn -is
A Y. M. C. A,, news letter from W.
the shed at the June school meeting.
president and J, W. Mayo o f Stayton,
M. Smith, chairman of the county cam
paign committe says Donald has raised
half of its quota, Silverton a fourth,
have moved into' the house formerly and Marion all of its share. Other
Mrs. J, W, Sadler and little daughter. owned by the late A. J, Stephenson, places have made only a start.
Peggy, Mrs, Clara.Atkinson, Mrs. M. having bought the home from Mrs.
L. Saling and Mrs. N. C. Wescott ana Alice Stephenson.
They intend to
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son Thomas,, went to Portland Monday make their home hefe permanently.
Rev, F. T, Lucas, who has been pas
to “ see the president” .
tor of the Macksburg Lutheran church
for several years, has gone to Gamas,
Phone Main 2821 -
! James and Charles Oglesby sold their Washingtorf"as pastor of the Lutheran
The open season iqr ducks begins on | pjaces jast week to Herman Vigen of church there. He leaves many friends
October 1 and closes on, January 15, Wisconsin. The two places consist of here who regret his departure but who
both days being included, in- Western 30 acres on Gribble Prairie, The deal wish him success in his new pastorate.
Oregon, the state officials having d®* i Was made through J, J. Sandsness^of
cided to follow the Fedeial laws.
Canby, the consideration being $60(>0.
More people are making plans to go ;
N ota ry P u b lic
to the Clackamas county Fair from]
F ire In su ran ce
Polk Gribble, Mf. and Mrs. Jean
Justice of the Peace Haynes of Sher Aurora and. vicinity. The reduced ad- j
Gribble, Wade and BlancKe Gribble. wood is in a peck of trouble. District mission price will induce a much larger
Hejrfy Kraus and Nels Bowers left last Attorney Tongue has been asked by attendance as now the whole family
week for Myrtle Creet^, where they in State Motor Association to present can afford to go every day. Single ad
tend to,spend ten days hunting.
charges against Haynes to the grand mission 25 cents, season* tickets *(four
R . B. F. G IE S Y
jury, it being charged that Justice days) 75 cents.
Haynes aDpeared in his court room so
The Giesy Sisters have some peach drunk .that the odor of liquor filled the
trees in their garden which were plant room. That’ s going some!
Adam Knight, mayor of Canby' and j
secretary ot the Clackamas County Fair
ed nearly 30 years ago. From one of
association, left last week for Balti
these trees a peach 11 inches in circum
ference was picked last week.
School opened Monday at the White more Maryland, where he will- attend
the convention of the Encampment
school, with Miss Florence Beardsley
branch of the Sovereign Grand Lodge
Among the Clackamas county people as teacher. Miss Beardsley made an of the I, 0, 0, F., which meets from
Office at Residence
who drew tickets to hear President enviable record in the same school last September 15 to 20. On the return
year. The White DistriqRis one of the trip Mr. Knight will visit Washington,
Wilson speak at Portland Monday night
most progressive country districts in
were Mr. atid Mr, and Mrs. John Eid the county. The district parent-teach D. C,, New York City, Gettysburg field
and other interesting places.
A S Q U IT H & B L O S S E R
of Canby, W. S. Tull of Barlow, M, E. er association has been very active in
Tull, Ghas. M. Wait of Canby, W. 0 . the past and has accomplished much
Bergerson o f Barlow, Dr. Guy Mount good through its developement of “ the
Joe Gibson, proprietor of the Macks
of Oregon City.
school spirit” there.
burg confectionery store, was; here on
S e rv ice T a lk s
Franz Kraxberger is advertising a
Mr. and Mrs, W. C. Kinyon were
Mrs. Josie Ryan and Mrs.^ Andrew ¡among the Buttevilie people transact- Public Sale at his farm near the Macl-; s-
byry stores, for Wednesday, Septem
Johnson were in Aurora Monday from - ring business here Saturday.
ber 24, at which he will sell wagons,
farm implements, tractor, auto, horse's,
Carine Wursier and Alois Hurst heifers, goats, sheep, etc., together
Mr. and Mrs. R, 0. Jack motored in
! spent the week end at Falls Gity with with, cheat seed, barley, etc. Will
to town Saturday from their home in
; Mj.;s, Ewen S tone, t^ieir former teacher, Heinz will be the auctioneer and Arthur
the Needy section.
Joe Gibson and his
lunch wagon will be there. Sales made
Elmer Zimmerman, Mr. and Mrs. on the usual terms, 12 months time.
Fcur cases of small pox were report
AlP~the ^ames Ugle and W. A. Giesy, all of
ed from^ Canby last week,
| Portland were here Sunday visiting
patients are reported improving
Complete line o f Drugs, etc., at:
Moore’s, Woodburn. Mail your orders, j
to Moores !
Sky Went Along.
A woman was leaving a home where
she had been very happy, and, as she
boarded the train which Was to take
Mrs. Alma Donaldson of Barlow was her away, the tears came fast. Her
Mail your drug orders to' Moore’s j here on busidess Saturday.
little son, anxious to comfort her,
Drug Store, Woodburn.
tried the effect of a cheering discov-
ery he had just made. “Why, mother.”
I Mrs. Joaquin Miller of Banks was he exclaimed, “the sky is goipg right
J. C. Moore and family were here . here Saturday, the guest p f Mrs. J. F. along with us.” Other iaint-hearted
people need to make the same dis
Sunday evening from Donald -on a I Kerr and family,
covery. No matter what we leave be-
hind, the best goes with us.
D R , L. A . D IL L A R D
Try us for anything in the Hard
ware and Implement line.
H a rd w a re
G. A. EHLEN
The Wide Awake
Im plem ents
...A N D ...
Aurora \Jb server
Both one year
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The Aurora Observer
AU R O R A, OREGON
LOUIS W E B E R T
Here’s a FriendlyTip’*
says the Good Judge
M en w h o k n ow tob a cco ,
ch e w the best w ith ou t its
c o s t in g them a n y m ore»
T h e y tak e a little c h e w and
it’ s am azin g h o w the g o o d
taste stays in a r ic h , high
g r a d e c h e w in g tob a cco*
F o r lasting t o b a c c o satis
fa ctio n , t h e r e ’ s n o t h in g
lik e a sm all c h e w o f th;
rich -tastin g to b a c c o .
All Work Neatly‘T)pne
A u ro r a
O re g o n
LIVE STOCK SALES
Spend ¿he Summer at
business Saturday, Joe is somewhat of
^ an “ opportunist” also, and when the
Clackamas county road authorities al
lowed a pond of water to grow on each
side of his store entrance, he posted a
sign, “ No Fishing Allowed Here.”
1 P A C IF IC C IT Y
A ll K inds o f Fishing and B oating.
Best o f C a m p A ccom m od a tion s.
put up in two styles
R I G H T , G U T is a s h o rt-cu t t o b a c c o
W -B C U T is a lon g fin e-cu t t o b a c c o
"Y o rk City.
Franz Kraxberger, who has so many
t and varied^ interests that we have no
2 space to list them, and Mr. Hepler, Sr,
t who is 83 years old, and has 10 children
M ONUM ENTS
‘ ODD TE R M ” OFFERS
If your monumental work is solicited,
Modern Priscilla, 5 months. . . 5 5
kindly ask the solicitor for our busi
Revienv o f Reviews, 6 months.. $1.50
♦ war, were here Saturday. Mr. Hepler ness card.
W orld’s W ork, 8 months.......... 2.00
appears as young and active as most
Capital Monumental Works,
men of 60 and was engaged in farming
Physical Culture, 4 months
up to a coqple of years ago,
J 2210 S. Com. St.
Phone 689, Salem. Harper ’s Magazine, 8 months. . . 2.00
and 60 or more grandchildren, 12 of
were in the army during the great
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