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About Aurora observer. (Aurora, Marion County, Or.) 19??-1940 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 18, 1919)
PEACHES FOR CANNING
Mail your drug orders
Drug Store, Woodburn,
Get your late peaches now. 50 cents
a bushel and up.
Chas. Eilers, Aur-
Moore’ ¡ ora Mutual Phone, R. 3, Aurora, Ore
The United States—„
Louis Webert was a business visitor
Aaron McConnell of Union district
m Oregon City Saturday.
was a business visitor in Oregon City
the latter part of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Eilers were here
from Union district this week.
Albert Shimmin and Mrs. Shimmin,
his mother, were Portland visitors Mon
J. S. Brown and Howard Brown were
recent business visitors in Aurora from
their homes in the Union Hill district.
YoUr mail orders will receive prompt
attention and your patronage appre
F. M. Keil was transacting business ciated.—Aurora Drng Store.
here Friday from his home on the
Miss Irene Würfel motored up from
Barlow recently on business for her
Mesdames Muessig and Ratzberg father J. J. Würfel, the Bartow mer
were here shopping Friday from their chant,
homes west of town.
Announces that it will sell
“ Straight” grade flour, to all
purchasers, in carload lots, in
140 lb. jute sacks, gross weight,
delivered to any Railway Sta
tion in Zone 10, comprising
the States of Oregon, Wash
ington and Idaho, at not to ex
ceed $10.00 per bbl, net cash.
Purchasers will be supplied
from nearest available mill,
which may result in slight sav
ing for buyers’ account.
Wholesale and jobbers pro
fits on such flour must not ex
ceed 75c per bbl. and retailer’ s
profits must not exceed $1.25
Address all communications to
Complete line of Drugs, etc., at
Henry L, Mills was a business, yisitor
Moore’s, Woodburn. Mail your orders
in town Friday,
Egg per dozen 57>;
Butter, 2-lb. roll $1.10
Butter fat 66c
Spring Broilers 23
Ducks, 15c to 18c
Turkeys, old, 25c
Old Roosters, 12c
Hens, 22c to 25
Wool 47c to 53c
Nutro-Malt and Hop Extract
The best Home Beverage, an abso
lutely pure and concentrated extract of
Barley and Hops, $1.50per can. Makes
5 gallons. If your grocer cannot sup
ply you, write for directons.
—J. L. SELDEN, 268J Glison St.
United States Grain
510 Board of Trade Building
Report of the Condition of the
Geo. Colclazier and Andy Shannon
leave today by steamer from Portland
for Los Angeles.
AURORA STATE BANK
at Aurora, in the State of Ore
gon, at the close of business,
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Government’s giant war and agri
cultural exhibit, composed o f troph
ies captured on European battle
fields by American soldiers, and
exhibits from the agricultural, naval
and war departments, will be on
exhibition for the first tim e; great
est horseshow ever staged in the
northwest; a colossal array of exhi
bits representing the state’s great
industries and resources; a superb
racing program, and the best of
amusements and attractions.
County Commissioner W. H. Goulet
September 12, 1919.
of Woodburn attended the convention
Miss Noma Yergen who is now at of county judges and commissioners, at
Oxy-Acetylene welding at the Gil
La Grande, Oregon, expects to remain i Portland last week.
Loans and discounts,
more & Hardisty blacksmith shop at Overdrafts secured and _
there about two months.
Canby, in the most satisfactory man-
Bonds and warrants -
Stocks, securities, judg
Karl Beck has returned from Port
Geo. Colclazier has sold his barber
land where he was a week’ s guest at
shop to Albert Ehlen of this city. Mr. the C.C. Newcastle, Jr.home in Irving
Miss Bergerson, and her sister from Furniture and fixtures
Colclazier has disposed of his car and ton.—Salem Statesman.
Portland, were in Aurora Monday, Other real estate owned
his household goods to R. E. Keefover,
from the Bergerson home on the new Due from approved reserve
" A wise and great leader lifts his whole community and may lift an entire nalio
- E ly
and expects to leave soon for Califor
Checks and other cash
Dr. Miller, Dentist, Woodburn, latest
nia. He may go to Los Angeles, where
equipment, modern,1 scientific methods
he resided a few years ago.
Cash on hand
Mr, and Mrs. Hugo Keil and baby Other resources
employed, Painless extraction guar
left yesderday on a trip to St, Louis,
anteed, Phone main Blue 97,
and then to Nashville, Illinois, where
Mrs. Keil's parents live.
Capital stock paid in
Mrs, George Wurster and Mr. and
Undivided profits, less ex
! Mrs. Binger Giesy and family have re-
penses _and taxes paid
At the close of business September Postal savings bank deposits " 222.39
I turned from Pacific City where they
Trains for leadership in the industries and professions as follows :
were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Gene Gar 15, the secretary of state had issued Individual deposits subject
HOME ECONOMICS. AGRICULTURE, COMMERCE. FORESTRY, PHARMACY, MUSIC.
to check ,
79,310 auto licenses for 1919, and had
V O C A TIO N A L EDUCATION. CIVIL ENGINEERING, JLKCTRICAL ENGINEERING,
Cashier checks outstanding - 2,601.38
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING. CHEMICAL ENGINESUING, I N D U S T R IA L A R TS,
collected $582,352 in license fees.
M INING ENGINEERING, LOGGING ENGINEERING, M ILITARY SCIENCE.
Time and Savings Deposits 116,904.52
College training includes courses in English, Economics, Art. Mathematics, Modern Languages,
Reserved for interest and
The Aurora Band will give anothei
Physical Education, Industrial Journalism, Natural Sciences, and all essentials of an education.
XV. G L A S S E S X V
dance at the Aurora Band Hall Satur
B.J. Grimm returned yesterday from
Three regular terms—Fall term begins September 22, 1919
day evenidg, September 27.
There Columbus, Ohio, where he went to at
will be good music and all who attend tend the national encampment of the STATE OF OREGON,) ss.
County of Marion )
n are assured a good time.
grand army of the republic. It was a
I, Zeno Schwab, Cashier of
long hard trip, but Mr. Grimm enjoyed
above-named bank, do solemnly swear
For College Catalog, Illustrated Booklet and other i
it in spite of that.
THE REGISTRAR, Oregon Agricultural Coll
that the above statement is true to the
Jack Sadler and Bert Shimmin se
best o f my knowledge and belief.
cured S. R, O. tickets to, the Wilson
Zeno Schwab, Cashier.
show at Portland Monday night, but
The milling company of which Henry
Subscribed and sworn to before me
the crowd was so large that they could Albers, convicted for violation of the
hear but little of the president’s speech. espionage law, was once, president, has, this 16th day of September, 1919.
G. -R. Watt,
been granted permission by Corpora
tion Commissioner Shulderman to sell
Ben F. West county assessor, went $1,900,000 worth of preferred stock.
My commission expires Noy.19, 1919.
Grover Giesy has rented bis farm at
Mr. and Mrs. John Bradbury of Lin-
to Portland this morning to attend the
Marks Prairie to Fred Peters who will j coin county came over to hear presL
B. F. Giesy
state convention of assessors, county
return from Eastern Oregon, where he dent Wilson. They will visit relatives
I, A. Miley
Ed. B. Miller of Needy was among
clerks, county judges and county com
has been living fdr two years.
at Meridian before returning.
missioners. He is secretary of the the people of that section here on busi
The ness Friday. Mr. Miller has just re
Washington county office holders will signed as a member of the school board,
also meet in annual convention at Van of this district: The other members of
couver, Wash., and it is thought a joint the board are Wm, Jackson and August
meeting1 will be held.—Thursday’s Sal Willbrood and M. G, Smith is district
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BE A LE A D E R
[3 y e com fort
13 for near view
KRY p t o k
Oregon Agricultural College
do the work-
air s ol
Bob Shimmin says he is going to
start something pretty quick. He has:
it in for a certain mud hole on main
street. And when a polite young fel
low like Bob stops his machine to pick
up a popular young lady whose arms
are full oi parcels—and then gets stuck:
in a mud hole—well, words can’ t ex.
press all a fellow feels. Bob probably
recognizes a sort of a anomalous simili
tude between deceptive mudholes and
The Oakland Sensible Six
The lightest Six on the market. W eight
2150 pounds, 44 horse power. The
Oakland Sensible Six cars cost
than $ny other
OWN, OPERATE AND MAINTAIN
Owners o f Oakland Sensible Sixes con
stantly report getting 18 to 25 miles to
the gallon o f gasoline.
Mileages o f 8000 per set on tires are us
ual, while records o f 12,000 are not in
The easy-riding qualities o f these cars
are the result mainly o f the combina
tion o f long, slow acting, under slung
rear springs and large 32x4 tires.
Price $1275 F. 0 . B. Aurora
The New Improved Dort
Has several new features.
reliability and quality.
Mrs. Keziah Dibble who is visiting
friends in the east will probably return
soon to reside with her son W allace
W, Dibble here.
Chris Trost has finished hop picking,
The crop was light but the quality of
the hops were fine, and Mr. Trost will
doubtless receive a high price for his
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wilson who went
to Canada a few months ago have re
turned, as they do not like the country
up there. They think the Willamette
Valley is good enough for anyone.
Mat Bann was a business visitor in
Aurora Saturday. Mat is considering
posting “ no trespass” notices notify
ing the airplane men to keep off the
air over his place—when they are ex
ceeding the speed limit, frightening his
chickens and cows and “ raising ned”
with the price of butter and eggs.
RAILROAD TIME CARD
Another car o f
F. L. MILLER
C, E. Watts, who several months ago
sold out and wentto Arkansas.is report
ed as soon to return to Oregon.
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